A musical celebration for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. Supported by Faversham Music Club.
Tickets for all concerts will be available to buy on the door.
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3rd, Saturday 5th or Sunday 6th June, please visit:
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Toads on a Tapestry
By David Knotts and John Gallas
A MUSICAL EXTRAVAGANZA CELEBRATING FAVERSHAM’S MAGNA CARTA
Thursday 2nd of June 2022 at 7:30pm, at St Mary of Charity Church.
Tickets: £17.50, £7.50 for Under 16s
A show by Faversham Voices, Junior King’s School and the Assembly Project
Round Britain Whizz!
By Mary Thornelow & Dan Watts – a flute and piano concert
Friday 3rd June
At The Assembly Rooms
From the country gardens of Kent to the waters of the outer Hebrides, join Mary and Dan on a whistle-stop tour of the British Isles.
Bach to Baby is the critically acclaimed classical concert
series for babies, toddlers and their carers. Tots dance,
roam about and revel in the wonder of live music, while
you take a moment out of your busy day to hear top notch
performances by outstanding musicians, with your young
babes in tow.
TICKETS: £15 and allow children entry for FREE [up to 2 per adult]
Best of Kent
ELIZABETH DE LA PORTE MEMORIAL CONCERT
Saturday 4th June
At The Assembly Rooms
Mika Curzon – recorder
Alana Griffiths Ennew – violin
Edward Hyde – trombone
Joe Netley – violin
Roberta Mak – piano
Oliver Moh – cello
Annabel Roberts – trumpet
Introduced by Maurice Caldon
Elizabeth de la Porte was a groundbreaking harpsichordist and early music specialist who lived in Faversham. Alongside her work at the Royal College of Music, Elizabeth taught in schools across Kent. This concert showcases some of Kent’s finest young musicians, a fitting tribute to Elizabeth who was such an exceptional musician and dedicated teacher.
UNDER 16s: £5
First Sunday Concert
Sunday 6th June at 3:00pm, at The Assembly Rooms
Guitarist Michael Butten will be performing British works from the two Elizabethan eras to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. The programme juxtaposes lute pieces by John Dowland, Philip Rossetor and Daniel Batchelar, with contemporary works by John McLeod, Richard Rodney Bennett and Malcolm Arnold.