The English Music Festival is returning to Horsham this May with a series of concerts and talks. (Friday 28 — Monday 31 May 2021).
The English Music Festival celebrates the music of British composers of all eras, with a strong focus on the Golden Renaissance of English Music: the late-nineteenth to mid-twentieth centuries. We set this in context with early music, folk and jazz, and have commissioned many works from leading contemporary composers. As well as our May and Autumn Festivals we hold concerts throughout the year worldwide, and have an acclaimed record label, EM Records, and publishing arm, EM Publishing. Join us at the May 2021 English Music Festival for a musical feast at St Mary's Church and The Drill Hall, Horsham.
Due to physical distancing, seats are strictly limited and will be allocated on a first-booked,
first-served basis. We would recommend booking as soon as you are able, to ensure that you secure a seat. Ticket sales will only be available on the door if any spaces are left, which cannot be guaranteed. The EMF is following all government and World Health Organisation guidelines to keep our audiences safe. At present, this means that all our audience members, unless exempt, will be required to wear face coverings. Sanitising stations will be available in the church and our stewards will ensure that recommended distances are maintained at all times between audience members. A one-way system around the church will be in place.
For more details and to book your place please visit https://www.englishmusicfestival.org.uk
Alternatively, a booking form can be down loaded here.
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