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Escape your everyday and join us for our summer spectacular from the 7 - 24 July. Public booking is now open across our opera, music, books and jazz series.

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Ryan Corbett

Superbly talented Ryan Corbett performs works ranging from mainstream classical to virtuoso accordion, including the Scarlatti Sonata in F Major, K 107.

Thu 14 July 2022

11.15am - 12.15pm

Chroma Harp Duo

The Chroma Harp Duo will perform a programme of newly commissioned works, introducing audiences to the vast capabilities of the harp in an immersive and eclectic concert.

Thu 14 July 2022

2.00pm - 3.00pm

Christopher Stokes

From Bonnet to Whitlock, Saint-Saëns to Herbert Howells, Christopher’s programme takes us on a journey of virtuosic works by some of the world’s greatest composers for organ.

Fri 15 July 2022

12.00pm - 1.00pm

Fretwork

This world renowned viol consort showcases the sublime music of this rare instrument with a programme by 17th Century English composers.

Fri 15 July 2022

3.00pm - 5.00pm

Jeneba Kanneh-Mason

This event has now sold out, but you may be interested these other concerts: Joanna MacGregor, Charles Owen, Mithras Trio, and Gould Piano Trio

Sat 16 July 2022

12.00pm - 1.00pm

Solem Quartet

This programme brings together two giants of the string quartet genre – Beethoven and Bartok – alongside contemporary composer David Roche and a wonderful arrangement of Clara Schumann’s Three Romances.

Sat 16 July 2022

3.00pm - 5.00pm

Louise Alder & Joseph Middleton

Award winning soprano Louise Alder is joined by renowned pianist Joseph Middleton. Expect achingly beautiful and poignant music by Berg and Strauss.

Mon 18 July 2022

12.00pm - 1.00pm

Piccadilly (1929)

A black & white classic film with a live accompaniment by pianist Ashley Thompson. Ashley's accompaniment recreates the immediacy of music and image that made silent cinema so magical.

Mon 18 July 2022

8.00pm - 10.00pm

Remembering Malcolm Fraser

An opportunity to remember a founding member of Buxton International Festival. The event will include a film and panel discussion on Malcolm’s productions and work practices along with an exhibition of archival materials.

Tue 19 July 2022

11.15am - 12.15pm