Snape Bridge on the B1069 will be closed from Monday 19 October for two weeks. We will remain open but please be aware that If you are travelling from the north side of the bridge, you will need to follow a diversion and allow an extra 20 minutes for your journey. If you are travelling on the B1069 from the south, your journey will be unaffected.

The Gesualdo Six

Friday 25 September, 3pm & 7pm

Part of Weekend Concerts at Snape

Owain Park directs the brilliant young vocal group in a programme that takes in music by composers born as early as 1098 and as recently as 2000. Music from the ‘Golden Age’ of polyphony by Byrd, Tallis, Monteverdi and Palestrina is interspersed with pieces by composers working today.

Te lucis ante terminum Thomas Tallis (c. 1505 – 1585)
Ave verum corpus William Byrd (c. 1540 – 1623)
When David heard Thomas Tomkins (1572 – 1656)
Put out into the deep David Bednall (b. 1979)
O Ecclesia, occuli tui Hildegard von Bingen (1098 – 1179)
Phos hilaron Owain Park (b. 1993)
The Wind’s Warning Alison Willis (b. 1971)
Si, ch’io vorrei morire Claudio Monteverdi (1567 – 1643)
Io son ferito, ahi lasso Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (c. 1525 – 1594)
Summer Shower Christen Holmes (b. 2000)
My heart is like a singing bird Sarah Rimkus (b. 1991)
Grandmother moon Eleanor Daley (b. 1955)


Tickets for this concert go on sale at 10am on Saturday 19 September. Maximum 4 tickets per household.


We want everyone to have the opportunity to experience live music again, and so the afternoon performances will be ‘Pay What You Can’, meaning you can see amazing live music at a price that you feel able to afford.

Food & Drink

Enjoy stone baked pizza in the heated tipi (pre-booking essential) or a selection of alcoholic and soft drinks, bar snacks and nibbles from the Concert Hall Café and Bar.

Your safety and that of our artists and staff is our top priority and so some things will be different to what you’re used to. Key changes are:

  • Reduced capacity in the Concert Hall, with socially distant seating. Tickets are limited to 4 per household.
  • Shorter performances with no interval.
  • Audience members will need to wear face-coverings (unless they are exempt as per the Government’s guidelines).
  • No printed material – no tickets, programmes, or programme notes.
  • Clear signs and helpful staff to make your visit straightforward.
  • Regular and thorough cleaning, with hand sanitiser for you.

Read the full Covid-safe concert information