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HERTFORDSHIRE F E S T I VA L O F M U S I C 13 –23 June A two-week celebration of fantastic classical music – 22 events to choose from Tickets Your chance to see world-class performers, orchestras and ensembles in and around Hertford including

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Steven Isserlis CBE Orchestra of the Swan Anthony Marwood Chris Eldred Jazz Trio Carducci Quartet with Clare Hammond

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Welcome to Hertfordshire and HFoM 2019

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panning eleven days of performances, talks, masterclasses, guided walks

and educational projects, HFoM 2019 promises to be an inspirational midsummer celebration of world-class music-making. Held in the historic, attractive county of Hertfordshire these events are happening only twenty miles from central London and surrounded by glorious countryside. The characterful town of Hertford lies at the heart of the Festival and boasts many excellent restaurants, independent shops and accommodation for those who’d like to take advantage of the many events. Our Principal Artist this year is one of the most famous musicians of our time, celebrated cellist Steven Isserlis CBE, who has dreamed up the Festival’s theme ‘Greetings and Farewells’, contrasting the earliest works of great composers with their final thoughts. For the first time at HFoM we welcome an outstanding professional orchestra, the Orchestra of the Swan, to perform Haydn and more in the fabulous acoustic setting of All Saints’ Church, Hertford. With a diverse range of ensembles, soloists and featured living composers to inspire our audiences, this is our most lavish musical feast so far!

James Francis Brown & Tom Hammond Artistic Directors

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Events at A glance • JUNE 2019 Thursday 13 June 1 Steven Isserlis: A masterclass for cellists

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Friday 14 June 2 Festival opening concert: Steven Isserlis, Orchestra of the Swan, Tom Hammond

Saturday 15 June

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Hertford’s History: Walking Tour and Lunch Musical Farewells: Chamber Music with Steven Isserlis & friends Steven Isserlis: In Conversation ZRI: Brahms and the Gypsy

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Sunday 16 June 7 William Whitehead: Organ Recital 8 William Whitehead and HFoM Living Composers: In Conversation 9 Risonanze: Ibrahim Aziz, Viola da Gamba

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Monday 17 June 10 ZRI: Adventures with Charlie Chaplin

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Wednesday 19 June 11 Harmonia Caelestis (1): Baroque Chamber Music at All Saints 12 Adam Saunders: A Singing Welcome with Stevenage schools 13 Harmonia Caelestis (2) Baroque Chamber Music in Bengeo

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Thursday 20 June 14 First Impressions: Composing for Piano with Florian Mitrea

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Friday 21 June 15 Early Inspirations: Beethoven and Brown with the Eblana String Trio 16 Farewell to the Day: Jazz with Chris Eldred & friends

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Haydn on Tour: London and Hertford in 1791 with Richard Sisson Massed Horns of Hertfordshire Tim Thorpe: In Recital Meetings with Haydn: Ensemble DeNote, playing period Instruments

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Sunday 23 June 21 Haydn’s Summer Home – A Musical Guided Walk to Roxford House 22 Carducci Quartet with Clare Hammond

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THURSDAY 13 JUNE

Friday 14 JUNE

2 Festival Opening concert

STEVEN ISSERLIS, ORCHESTRA OF THE SWAN, TOM HAMMOND

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STEVEN ISSERLIS: A MASTERCLASS FOR CELLISTS A rare opportunity to hear one of the greatest living musicians offer advice and musical insight on the performances of lucky cellists who show exceptional promise. A masterclass can be just as rewarding for the audience as for the participants, so don’t miss this chance to discover how a world-class musician considers the minutiae of their art. Benslow Music Trust, Hitchin Benslow Lane, Hitchin SG4 9RB 8PM – c.10pm Ticketed but free event – Follow links from our website: www.hertsmusicfest.org.uk/events

Steven Isserlis heads the first ever orchestral concert at the Hertfordshire Festival of Music, performing Haydn’s celebrated Cello Concerto in C Major with the extraordinary Orchestra of the Swan. It’s the perfect way to celebrate Haydn’s 1791 residency in Hertfordshire. This delightful programme includes Stravinsky’s enchanting ballet music Apollon musagète and the late John McCabe’s evocative, miniature tone poem Red Leaves – a reflection on the magical colours of autumnal New England. Conducted by one of HFoM’s Artistic Directors, Tom Hammond, this concert is not to be missed! Early booking advised. John McCabe Red Leaves Joseph Haydn Cello Concerto, C Major Soloist: Steven Isserlis Joseph Haydn Adagio cantabile from Symphony No.13 Soloist: Steven Isserlis Igor Stravinsky Apollon musagète ALL SAINTS’ CHURCH, HERTFORD Queens Road, Hertford SG13 8AY 7.30PM – c.9.15pm TicketS £30 / £20 /£5

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SATURDAY 15 JUNE

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MUSICAL FAREWELLS: CHAMBER MUSIC WITH STEVEN ISSERLIS & FRIENDS

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HERTFORD’S HISTORY: WALKING TOUR AND LUNCH Guided by Cllr. Peter Ruffles Few people know the highways and byways of Hertford, Hertfordshire’s county town, as well as local councillor Peter Ruffles. Introducing Hertford’s colourful history and architectural quirks, there are bound to be some surprises and revelations along the way. The tour ends with a lunch provided by the local and much-loved Mudlarks Garden Café – sure to be a treat! Space is limited to 30, so early booking is advised.

STEVEN ISSERLIS – cello ANTHONY MARWOOD – violin IRÈNE DUVAL – violin EIVIND HOLTSMARK RINGSTAD – viola DÉNES VÀRJON – piano IZABELLA SIMON – piano

Steven Isserlis is joined by some of today’s most remarkable musicians, in this programme of late works by two great composers, Schumann and Fauré. There is a particular poignancy in the thought that Schumann wrote these works shortly before attempting suicide, resulting in his being admitted to a mental asylum diagnosed with psychotic melancholia. Fauré’s final work shows a mind still searching and discovering new musical territory at the age of 79. Gabriel Fauré String Quartet Op.121, piano, four hands (arr. Cortot/Fauré) Robert Schumann Gesang der Frühe,

solo piano: Dénes Vàrjon Robert Schumann Violin Sonata No.3

(arr. Isserlis), piano, cello Robert Schumann Geister Variations,

Tour commences from The Friends Meeting House at 11.30am sharp. FRIENDS MEETING HOUSE, 50 Railway Street, Hertford SG14 1Ba 11.30AM – 2PM TICKETS £15 (includes lunch from Mudlarks Garden Café at Friends Meeting House)

solo piano: Dénes Vàrjon Robert Schumann Violin Concerto,

slow movement (arr. Isserlis for piano trio) Gabriel Fauré String Quartet Op.121 ALL SAINTS’ CHURCH, HERTFORD Queens Road, Hertford SG13 8AY 2.30PM – c.4.30pm Tickets £30 / £20 / £5 (under 18 or in fulltime education)

Online booking at http://www.hertsmusicfest.org.uk/events Box office tel 01992 584322

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SATURDAY 15 JUNE

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STEVEN ISSERLIS: in conversation Not only is cellist Steven Isserlis one of the most important living interpreters of music for cello, he is also one of the most travelled artists of our day, with many amusing anecdotes up his sleeve! Artistic Directors James Francis Brown and Tom Hammond will also be asking him about his many other interests and his passion for education, which has led him to become a highly-respected author of music books for children. If we’re lucky, he may even read from some of them… Friends meeting House 50 Railway Street, Hertford SG14 1Ba 5.30PM – c.6.30pm Ticketed but free event Follow links from our website: www.hertsmusicfest.org.uk/events

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BEN HARLAN – clarinet MAX BAILLIE – violin MATTHEW SHARP – cello JON BANKs – accordion IRIS PISSARIDE – santouri

If you’ve ever wondered what popular music famous composers would’ve listened to, out and about, on a daily basis, this is the concert for you! For example, Brahms loved to relax and listen to gypsy and klezmer music in the Viennese tavern Zum Roten Igel (The Red Hedgehog) and that’s where this ground-breaking ensemble got their name. We’ll hear Brahms’ famous Clarinet Quintet in B minor mixed up with the folk music he heard, as it might have been in his imagination while he was composing it. Benslow Music, Hitchin Benslow Lane, Hitchin SG4 9RB 8.00PM – c.10pm TicketS £15 (free for under-27s) Pre-concert dining available for £20 Please contact Benslow Music Trust for tickets to this event https://www.benslowmusic.org

Online booking at http://www.hertsmusicfest.org.uk/events Box office tel 01992 584322

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SunDAY 16 JUNE

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William Whitehead: Organ Recital This outstanding organist reaffirms the cherished tradition of organ music with every performance he gives and his devotion to Bach led him to devise a landmark project, commissioning contemporary composers to ‘fill in the gaps’ of Bach’s famous Orgelbüchlein. This forms the backbone of the recital which is interspersed with contributions by Featured Living Composers Peter Fribbins, Alan Mills and James Francis Brown, David Bednall and Stephen Barber. The recital ends with Elgar’s Organ Sonata No.2 in B flat. All Saints’ Church has a fine Willis organ which has been extensively renovated. ALL SAINTS’ CHURCH, HERTFORD Queens Road, Hertford SG13 8AY 12.00PM – c.1.30pm TicketS £30 / £20 / £5 (under 18 or in fulltime education)

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William Whitehead and HFoM Living composers: in conversation The organ is one of the great musical ‘survivors’ of time and has steadfastly maintained its significance to church music over many centuries. Composers James Francis Brown and Alan Mills join organist William Whitehead in a discussion about the lasting attraction of the instrument, considering his now famous Orgelbüchlein Project – recently completed – as a creative marriage of past and present. Friends meeting house, 50 Railway Street, Hertford SG14 1Ba 2.30PM – c.3.30pm Ticketed but free event Follow links from our website: www.hertsmusicfest.org.uk/events

Online booking at http://www.hertsmusicfest.org.uk/events Box office tel 01992 584322

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Sunday 16 JUNE

Monday 17 JUNE

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Risonanze: Ibrahim Aziz, Viola da Gamba This performance mixes Baroque with contemporary, surrounding one of Bach’s towering masterpieces, Cello Suite No.2 in D minor. We’ll discover what makes this such a special instrument in the hands of a dedicated artist. Regarded as one of the most important viola da gamba players of his generation, Ibrahim Aziz describes how his beloved instrument has “…fascinated composers, players, musicians and audiences for hundreds of years. Its plangent, silvery tones, gentler and less forthright than the cello’s, were said to resemble the human voice.” TOBIAS HUME Three pieces for Lyra

Viol (The Spirit of Gambo; Harke, harke; Love’s Farewell) J S BACH Cello Suite No.2 in D minor,

BWV1008 (transcr. I. Aziz) (Allemande, Courante, Sarabande, Minuets I & II, Gigue) REBECCA ROWE Journeying

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ZRI: Adventures with Charlie Chaplin Part concert, part cinema, this event conjures a world of play and marks HFoM’s first visit to the ancient city of St Albans! Groundbreaking ensemble ZRI takes the listener to the exciting melting pot of early 20th-century New York where jazz, klezmer and classical music intertwined with film soundtracks. ZRI match the wit, virtuosity and sheer brilliance of Chaplin in his creative prime. ST PETER’S CHURCH, ST ALBANS ST PETER’S STreet, ST ALBANS AL1 3HG 7.30PM – c.9.30PM TICKETS £20

CARL FRIEDRICH ABEL

Two unaccompanied pieces CARLOS MARTINEZ GIL Suite Estiu

(Mirada, Resonancias, Roces, Aromas, Sazón) St. Mary’s Church, Hertingfordbury Saint Marys Lane, Hertford SG14 2LD 4.30PM – c.5.30pm Tickets £20

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Wednesday 19 JUNE 11

Free event Co-promotion with Soundbites

Harmonia caelestis (1): Baroque chamber music at all saints’ Simon Smith • Ellie Lovegrove Natasha Page • Richard Moore

In 2017, four prize-winning graduates from the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music formed the ensemble Harmonia Caelestis to perform some of the finest ensemble repertoire of the Baroque era in an intimate manner and bring the music of Bach, Buxtehude, Handel, and many others, to audiences far and wide. In this programme, there’s even a contemporary work by Featured Living Composer Peter Fribbins, which takes on a new light in the context of 18th century music. G F Handel Selection from Nine German

Arias for soprano, violin and continuo J S Bach Sei gegrüsset, Jesu gütig for

organ, BWV768 G F Handel Let The Bright Seraphim

from Samson for soprano, trumpet and continuo, HWV57 Peter Fribbins Sonata for solo violin J S Bach Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen

Cantata No.51 for soprano, violin, trumpet and continuo, BWV51

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Adam Saunders: A singing welcome with Stevenage schools Celebrating the culmination of a twomonth-long collaborative project curated by HFoM and Hertfordshire Music Service, the county’s music hub. The children perform their own songs, created under the guidance of pianist, composer and animateur Adam Saunders, nurturing a love of music from the earliest possible age and inspired by the Festival theme of ‘Greetings and Farewells’. THE LESLIE ROSE AUDITORIUM, STEVENAGE MUSIC CENTRE, NOBEL SCHOOL, MOBBSBURY WAY, STEVENAGE SG2 0HS 1.30PM – 2.30PM TICKETS £3

ALL SAINTS’ CHURCH, HERTFORD QUEENS RoaD, HERTFORD SG13 8AY 1.00PM – c.2.00PM Ticketed but free event Follow links from our website: www.hertsmusicfest.org.uk/events Online booking at http://www.hertsmusicfest.org.uk/events Box office tel 01992 584322

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wednesday 19 JUNE

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harmonia caelestis (2): baroque chamber music in bengeo

Florian Mitrea – piano HFoM Featured Living Composers James Francis Brown, Alan Mills, Peter Fribbins

German Arias for soprano, violin and continuo

Explore the relationship between composer and performer in a visit to the Purcell School with workshops, discussions, and advice on the art of composition. The new music of three successful applicants will be performed by Hertfordshire-based pianist Florian Mitrea in an evening concert on the same day – alongside works by the Featured Living Composers and students from the Purcell School of Music. If you have a ticket for the evening concert, you can attend all the workshops free of charge!

J S Bach Sei gegrüsset, Jesu gütig for

Franz Liszt Piano Sonata in B minor

Featuring some of the finest young musicians from Hertfordshire, this Baroque ensemble returns for their evening concert with a slightly different programme. The intimate setting of St Leonard’s Church, with its treasured acoustic, is the perfect venue to transport us to the Baroque era – with a contemporary twist… G F Handel Selection from Nine

organ, BWV768 G F Handel Eternal Source Of Light

Divine, Ode for the Birthday of Queen Anne for soprano, trumpet and continuo, HWV74 Peter Fribbins Sonata for solo violin J S Bach Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen

Cantata No.51 for soprano, violin, trumpet and continuo, BWV51 St leonard’s church, bengeo St Leonard’s Rd., Hertford SG14 3JW 8.00PM – c.9.00pm Tickets £15 10

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James Francis Brown Ingworth Peter Fribbins Nocturne Alan Mills Invention – on the white

notes only CONSTANCE PILKINGTON HALL, THE PURCELL SCHOOL, ALDENHAM ROAD, BUSHEY WD23 2TS 11AM – 1PM and 2PM – 4PM (Daytime workshops) 7PM – 8PM (Concert) CONCERT TICKETS £15 (Daytime workshops free to attend on production of a ticket for the evening concert)

Online booking at http://www.hertsmusicfest.org.uk/events Box office tel 01992 584322

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Friday 21 JUNE

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Early inspirations: beethoven and Brown with the eblana string trio The Eblana String Trio has sky-rocketed in prominence in recent years, winning both audience and critical acclaim for their electrifying performances and proving that the medium is as capable of profound thought as its bigger cousin, the string quartet. Beethoven’s youthfully magnificent first String Trio is complemented by James Francis Brown’s formative piece from 1996 – described by Classical Source as ”… a mix of Stravinsky neo-classicism, Beethovenian strength and Mozartian grace”.

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Farewell to the day: Jazz with chris eldred & friends What better way to celebrate the Summer Solstice than a sun-downer with a trio of local jazz legends? With a set that picks up on the Festival theme of Greetings and Farewells there will be something for everyone as the sun sets on the longest day of the year! Friends meeting house, 50 Railway Street, Hertford SG14 1Ba 10.15pm – c.11.15pm Tickets £15*

JAMES FRANCIS BROWN String Trio No.1 L V BEETHOVEN String Trio No.1 in E

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Friends meeting house, 50 Railway Street, Hertford SG14 1Ba 7.30pm – c.8.30pm Tickets £15* *SPECIAL OFFER: Book two tickets for Events Fifteen and Sixteen for £20. Offer only available from Hertford Tourist Information Centre, tel. 01992 584322

Online booking at http://www.hertsmusicfest.org.uk/events Box office tel 01992 584322

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Haydn on tour: London and Hertford in 1791 with Richard Sisson

massed horns of hertfordshire: hertfordshire music service with special guest Tim Thorpe

Pianist and composer Richard Sisson gives an insightful and informative talk about the great Austrian composer Joseph Haydn’s visit to England. He stayed in Hertingfordbury for six weeks while composing and attending performances and it’s possible that the Friends Meeting House was on his itinerary. Sisson rose to fame with his much-loved duo cabaret act Kit and the Widow, so it’s sure to be a feast of entertaining storytelling. Friends meeting house, 50 Railway Street, Hertford SG14 1Ba 10.30AM – 12.00pm Tickets £15 / £5

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Led by Katie Lang from Hertfordshire Music Service, herself a professional horn player, this event will gather together lots of young players to experience a rare if not unique opportunity to play in a massed French horn ensemble! A spectacular prelude to the afternoon’s recital by Tim Thorpe, and inspiring for all involved. ALL SAINTS’ CHURCH, HERTFORD Queens Road, Hertford SG13 8AY 1.30PM – c.2.30pm TicketS £3

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Tim Thorpe: in recital Tim Thorpe – French horn Winnie Wu – piano

Hertfordshire-born Tim Thorpe has forged an enviable position as one of the most sought-after players of his generation. As Principal Horn of the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, he is no stranger to the recital platform where he lays bare the soulful nature of the instrument whilst displaying its agility. In a duo partnership with pianist Winnie Wu, they present music by Erik Satie, Franz Joseph Strauss, Gilbert Vinter, Featured Living Composer Alan Mills and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. ALL SAINTS’ CHURCH, HERTFORD Queens Road, Hertford SG13 8AY 3.30pm – c.4.30pm Tickets £20 / £15 / £5 (under 18 or in fulltime education)

Meetings with haydn: Ensemble denote, performing on period instruments John Irving – fortepiano Marcus Barcham Stevens – violin Ruth Alford – cello

The remarkable Ensemble DeNOTE take us on a time-travelling journey to the period when the great Austrian composer Joseph Haydn visited Hertfordshire in 1791. Dating from the late 17th century, it’s highly likely he visited the Friends Meeting House, a special building that remains largely unchanged since those days. Hearing Haydn’s music played on the instruments of the time is a rare and special experience.

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Joseph Haydn Sonata in A major,

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Joseph Haydn Sonata in D major,

Hob XVI:24 Joseph Haydn Piano Trio in G major (Gypsy Rondo), Hob XV:25 Friends meeting house, 50 Railway Street, Hertford SG14 1Ba 5.30pm – c.6.30pm Tickets £15

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A visit to haydn’s summer home

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roxford house Join HFoM Artistic Directors Tom Hammond and James Francis Brown on a walk through the leafy lanes between Hertford and Hertingfordbury. James and Tom will tell you about the musical history of Hertford and explain why Haydn is so close to their hearts as we walk to the house where the great composer lived in the summer of 1791. There’s a special musical treat in store at journey’s end – but to find out what it is, you’ll have to join us… The walk starts at Friends meeting house, 50 Railway Street, Hertford SG14 1Ba suitable for people happy to walk approximately three miles. 11.00AM – 1.00PM TICKETS £20 (includes return travel to Hertford)

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Festival farewells

Carducci Quartet with Clare Hammond, Piano The Carducci Quartet and Clare Hammond make a welcome return to HFoM, joining forces in this brilliant arrangement of Mozart’s Piano Concerto in C minor. Ravel’s ever-popular string quartet is followed by Featured Living Composer Peter Fribbins’ meditative Adagio and, with a performance of Mendelssohn’s last major work, the glorious F minor quartet, it’s a fitting way to say farewell to HFoM 2019! FELIX MENDELSSOHN String Quartet

No.6 in F minor MAURICE RAVEL String Quartet in F major PETER FRIBBINS String Quartet No.1 Adagio (from I Have The Serpent Brought) W A MOZART Piano Concerto No.24 in C minor, KV491 ALL SAINTS’ CHURCH, HERTFORD Queens Road, Hertford SG13 8AY 2.30PM – c.4.30pm TicketS £25 / £15 / £5 (under 18 or in fulltime education)

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Festival Venues in and around Hertford

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All Saints’ Church Queens Road, Hertford SG13 8AY

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Friends Meeting House 50 Railway Street, Hertford SG14 1BA

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St Mary’s church, Hertingfordbury Saint Marys Lane, Hertford SG14 2LD

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ST Leonard’s, Bengeo St Leonard’s Road, Hertford SG14 3JW further venues overleaf

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Other Festival Venues Benslow Music Benslow Lane, Hitchin SG4 9RB St Peter’s church, St albans 70 St Peter’s Street, St Albans AL1 3HG THE LESLIE ROSE AUDITORIUM, STEVENAGE MUSIC CENTRE, Nobel School, Mobbsbury Way, Stevenage SG2 0HS

HOW TO BOOK Tickets for all performances except Event 6, ZRI: BRAHMS AND THE GIPSY and Event 11, HARMONIA CAELESTIS (I) (see below) are available from the Box Office at the Hertford Town and Tourist Information Centre. Online: www.hertford.gov.uk/events or via www.hertsmusicfest.org.uk/events Telephone: 01992 584322 (Monday – Saturday, 9.30am – 5pm) By post or in person: Hertford Tourist Information Centre, 10 The Wash, Hertford SG14 1PX (Monday – Saturday, 9.30am – 5pm) Tickets for Events 6 and 11 are only obtainable by following links on our website: www.hertsmusicfest.org.uk/events For free events that are ticketed, we advise you to register well in advance and acquire a ticket either online or at the Box Office, as capacity will be limited.

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Eleven days of performances, talks, masterclasses, guided walks and educational projects, HFoM 2019 promises to be an inspirational midsumme...

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