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First Saturday of most months
Come and enjoy one of Suffolk’s finest food markets, a wonderful array of fresh produce and delicious artisan products...
4-10 April & 30 May - 6 June
See beautiful furniture, tables and Objects d’Art made locally from character English wood
Sun 16 Jun - Wed 31 Jul
Regular trips along the River Alde - please check for exact days and times.
30 May - 22 September
Thursday 6 - Wednesday 12 June
Fine Art & Hand Crafted Jewellery
Thu 20 Jun - Thu 19 Sep
A fun and friendly singing group for people living with Parkinson’s and their companions.
Friday 7 June, 12 noon - 2.30pm
Part of Friends Events
Free music every day during Aldeburgh Festival
Part of Aldeburgh Festival
Relax on a deckchair and enjoy free music on Aldeburgh beach.
Fri 7 - Sun 23 June
17 artists and 17 writers respond to the work of W.G. Sebald
Part of The Pumphouse
Norwich-based writer shares poems which speak frankly and boldly about learning how to live
Sun 16 Jun - Sun 23 Jun
If you knew me. If you knew yourself. You would not kill me. / At the Front / Film for Britten: Canticle III
Humour and pathos jostle for attention in this autobiographical series of paintings and drawings which has been four yea...
Thomas Larcher’s highly-acclaimed first opera is based on a best-selling post-war Japanese novella, a universal story ...
Sumptuous songs and Mediterranean ballads with jazz, classical and folk influences
“Contemporary jazz that moves between inviting lyricism and explosive edginess” The Guardian
Readings and performance which explore the essence of poetry’s relationship with music
Sat 8 June - Thu 4 July
Private View: Saturday 8 June 4pm-6pm
Sun 16 Jun - Thu 4 Jul
Private view: Saturday 8 June 4pm-6pm
String quartets by Haydn, Edmund Finnis and Britten
Exploring Snape Maltings’ stunning landscape and wildlife, Listening Walks provide a meeting point for all the site’...
Lavinia Greenlaw and Dr Kate Kennedy introduce a performance by Mark Padmore and Andrew West
Become one of sonic superhero Shlomo’s sidekicks! (ages 5+)
Modern-day folk duo mixing field recordings with vocals, harp and electronics
Paul Lewis plays the Diabelli Variations alongside music by Haydn and Thomas Larcher.
Razor-sharp polyrhythmic play and exploratory improvisation from a sax/guitar/drums combo
A short video and sound installation blending opera, street art and animation.
An uplifting one-man survival story from the acclaimed beatboxer - part wild gig, part devastatingly honest theatre
The opening weekend’s service draws local worshippers and festival visitors to Aldeburgh Church.
Mark Padmore, Thomas Larcher and Paul Lewis play music by Bach, Larcher and Schubert
One-puppet black comedy with a brain-tickling twist - Breaking Bad meets Samuel Beckett. 14+
Signature lush soundscapes from the BAFTA-nominated composer, multi-instrumentalist, and sound artist
Choral music by Byrd, Tallis, De Monte and James MacMillan
The hippest in bop, blues, and boogaloo from the hottest improvisers in town.
Young musicians explore operatic repertoire with Antonio Pappano, Pamela Bullock and Julia Faulkner
With live piano improvisation by Neil Brand
Music by Debussy, Knussen, George Benjamin, Charlotte Bray (Aldeburgh Festival commission, world premiere) and Ravel
Director Hiroshi Teshigahara builds an atmospheric film, with a brilliantly chilling score by Toru Takemitsu.
Schubert's 'Death and the Maiden', Haydn, Thomas Larcher, and a new work by Freya Waley-Cohen
Ryan Wigglesworth, Claire Booth and Mark Padmore perform in the debut concert by a new chamber orchestra that bears Oliv...
Weds 12 June, coaches depart 9.30am and 10am
Depart 10.30am from Snape Maltings, returning 4.30pm
Wed 12 Jun 5:30pm & 9pm
Opera for soprano, actor and ensemble
Music by Liszt, Chopin, Bach, Busoni, Knussen and Stephen Hough
Thu 13 - Wed 19 June
East Anglia’s well known group of international artists depicting art of the natural world.
Prize-winning poet and novelist explores how memories, ideas and images form, with a screening of her film The Sea is an...
An evening of words and music with Mark Padmore, Roderick Williams and Julius Drake.
Music for violin and piano by Britten, Knussen and Beethoven
Made to celebrate Knussen’s 50th birthday in 2002, this affectionate film also stands as a portrait of his musical lan...
Fri 21 Jun 4pm
A concert given by students who assist with the day to day running of the festival.
Important chamber pieces by Birtwistle, Knussen and Matthews.
Classic and contemporary short films with newly commissioned scores performed live
Choral motets by JS Bach and his ancestors
Found sounds and exquisitely layered melodies form electronica both ecstatic and melancholic
An eclectic mix of alternative performance and performance art.
Mark Padmore and Andrew West perform after illumination from Don Paterson and Dr Kate Kennedy
Music by Thomas Larcher, Britten and Beethoven
Music for theorbo from the early 17th century and the early 21st century
Conversations with Tippett in prison - presented by the Britten–Pears Foundation
Poetry and music from two acclaimed Scottish artists
Karina Canellakis conducts Wagner, Britten (sung by Sarah Tynan), Thomas Larcher and Stravinsky
‘The golden boys of Brit-Folk’ (MOJO) - powerful vocals, driving guitars and championship-winning fiddle playing
Scalding hot blend of jazz and hip-hop from the MOBO award-winning saxophonist and MC.
Four-piece composer collective explores the limits of what a performance can be
Sun 16 Jun 10:30am
Musical merrymaking for families with children aged 0 - 5.
Sun 16 Jun 11am
End to a week of intense coaching with Antonio Pappano, Pamela Bullock and Julia Faulkner.
Sunday 16 June, 1pm-3pm
Sun 16 Jun 4pm
Adrian Brendel, Joanna MacGregor and Marta Fontanals-Simmons
Alt-pop collective OUTLYA present an interactive live film scoring inspired by tales of the Great Flood of 1953
Sun 16 Jun 6pm
The multi-platinum Norwegian pop duo are back… sort of
Sun 16 Jun 7:30pm
Britten and Handel
Sun 16 Jun 8pm
Vocalist with influences ranging from Japanese classical music to opera, Gregorian chant to avant-garde pop
Sun 16 Jun 10pm
Folk and roots duo - delicate vocal harmonies, catchy melodies, and foot-stomping rhythms
Mon 17 Jun 12pm
Peformed by Barbara Hannigan and Reinbert de Leeuw
Mon 17 Jun - Fri 21 Jun
In this BPYAP course Mark will work in detail on Britten’s output for voice and piano.
Mon 17 Jun 4pm
Modern madrigals cradle two masterpieces for the solo guitar.
Mon 17 Jun 7:30pm
The recreation of the only all-Schubert concert staged during his lifetime.
Tue 18 Jun 11am
String Quartets by Szymanowski, Thomas Larcher and Schubert
Tue 18 Jun 3pm
Roderick Williams and Andrew West perform Britten with context provided by Patience Agbabi and Dr Kate Kennedy
Tue 18 Jun 7:30pm
Music for the Coronation and Funeral of Queen Mary including anthems and funeral sentences by Purcell, Blow and Morley.
Depart 10am from Snape Maltings, returning 3pm
Weds 19 June, coaches depart 9.30am and 10am
From Butley Mills to Staverton Thicks.
Wed 19 Jun 7:30pm
Bach's Suites for solo cello in Blythburgh Church
Thursday 20 - Wednesday 26 June
Cyndi Speer and Carol Pask
Thu 20 Jun 11am
In Mischa Scorer’s 1991 documentary, Tippett reflects on a late flowering in a long musical life
Thu 20 Jun 3pm
String Quartets by Takemitsu, Mozart, Thomas Larcher and Beethoven
Thu 20 Jun 7:30pm
Stravinsky's tale of a young man who refuses the offer of a life of respectability, vowing to live by his wits instead.
Fri 21 Jun 11am
Songs by Purcell
Fri 21 Jun 3pm
16th-century English music & 20th-century music by Schoenberg, Berg and Webern
Fri 21 Jun 6pm
Folk and bluegrass-tinged tunes from singer-songwriter of 'lavish, vivid imagination'
Fri 21 Jun 7:30pm
Schoenberg's Verklärte Nacht and Grisey's final work.
Fri 21 Jun 8pm
Genre-defying blend of electric guitar, beatboxing soprano, and traditional Andean flutes
Fri 21 Jun 10pm
Captivating grooves and anthemic choruses from a blistering soul fusion 9-piece