Good Friday 19 – Saturday 20 April
Sacred music from Bach and Beethoven to Britten and Adès, with events for families and foodies.
Depart 10am from Snape Maltings, returning 3pm
Part of Friends Events
Wed 19 Jun 10am
Part of Aldeburgh Festival
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 7:30pm
Shoenberg's Verklärte Nacht and Grisey's final work.
Sat 22 Jun 11am
Singers and pianists from the Britten-Pears Young Artist Programme
Sat 22 Jun 2:30pm
Britten's setting of words by Thomas Hardy.
Sat 22 Jun 5pm
Knussen, Britten and an Aldeburgh Festival commission.
Sat 22 Jun 8pm
Stravinsky's Pulcinella and Gershwin's Girl Crazy.
Sun 23 Jun 11am
Britten and Walton settings of Sitwell's poetry.
Sunday 23 June, 1pm-3pm
Sun 23 Jun 3pm
Works by Tippett, Beethoven, Larcher and Bartók.
Thursday 27 June - Wednesday 3 July
Jim Nind presents a new body of mixed media paintings which playfully interweave painting, photography and digital desig...
New work in ceramics, glass, oils and watercolour.
Thursday 4 - Wednesday 10 July
Birds of bronze and stone with paintings, alongside Post War Modern British Art
The “power of stitch” is in the variety of processes used to create original, contemporary textile art.
Exhibition of vibrant and evocative mixed media and watercolour images of East Anglia.
Fri 5 Jul 7pm
An operatic tale of misguided loyalty, passion and fate
Thursday 11 - Wednesday 17 July
4PRINTmakers are a group of women artists working and exhibiting in East Anglia.