Wimbledon International Music Festival 2021

playfest 2019


A call to all performing musicians

Now in its third year PlayFest continues to go from strength to strength, giving local amateur and professional musicians a platform to perform in our community.

Wimbledon International Music Festicval is keen to encourage as many performing musicians to become known to, and to associate with, the Festival.

On Saturday 6 November there will be a day of music making with a series of performances to informal audiences.

For professionals and amateurs...

We welcome the participation of both professionals and amateurs, in self-formed groups, or with piano or instrumental accompaniment, or solos.

A day of informal music making St John’s Church,
Spencer Hill, SW19 4NZ

There will be 4 sessions of 2 hours:
10.30am -12.30pm
13.30pm - 15.30pm
16.00pm - 18.00pm
19.30pm - 21.30pm

Performers should be Grade 5 or over

Supported by a grant from Arts Council England

Art Council England

Community of performing artists

WIMF is happy to have any genre of music, though reflecting the Festival we anticipate that the majority will be classical.

We would particularly value chamber music groups as well as solo performers.

We request that works be rehearsed to performance standard. Single works, or groups of shorter works, should not exceed 20 minutes

Please register with Sally Rogers Festival Producer


Indicating instrument, composer & work length, amateur or professional choice of session