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INTERNATIONAL

COMPOSERS

FESTIVAL

2022

CONCERTS

Tickets on sale from 1st December 2021 

A VIP Festival Pass will include:

  • Entrance to all of our concerts

  • Premium seats with our composers and VIPs

  • Festival brochure

  • An invite to our post-festival drinks get together Sunday 22nd May 6.30 pm.

An opportunity to meet the soloists and composers plus support the Festival. 

£150  (numbers limited) 

Buy Festival Pass

Please note: due to unforeseeable Covid issues around the world and our numerous international artists,

 concerts may be subject to programme change

Daniel W Booth

Ovation
Grand Opening Concert
7 pm Friday 20th May

The  International Composers Festival 2022 opens with the very best in beautiful and exciting music. Pieces were carefully chosen from hundreds of entries, performed in the presence of most composers who are travelling from all corners of the world.

Featuring the premiere of Polo Piatti's 'Old World Concerto' for Violoncello and Orchestra, performed by virtuoso cellist Tim Posner together with the International Festival Orchestra, conducted by maestro Daniel W. Boothe.

Tickets:

Free for under 18s when accompanied by paying adult

Standard  £20

Premium  £25

VIP Festival Pass £150 (see above)

Small Is Beautiful
A Special Concert with Music for Soloists and Instrumental Ensembles

11 am Saturday 21st May

International, local soloists and ensembles perform music, including world premieres,  by musicians from around the world in a relaxed morning atmosphere.

Tickets

Free for under 18s when accompanied by paying adult

Standard £15

Premium £20 

VIP Festival Pass £150 (see above)

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At the Movies
A Concert of Music for Film,
TV and Computer Games

7 pm Saturday 21st May
 

The International Festival Orchestra performs thrilling music from film, TV and computer games.

Conducted by maestro Daniel W. Boothe.

Tickets:

Free for under 18s when accompanied by paying adult

Standard  £20

Premium  £25

VIP Festival Pass £150 (see above)

Songs & Dances
from Around The World

Family Concert 
4 pm Sunday 22nd May
1 pm  - 2.30 pm Open Rehearsal

Specially commissioned 'Symphonic Dances' from around the world with a true international spirit, choreographed and performed by professional dance companies and local dance schools. This very special concert culminates with the performance of 'The Way Of Light' by festival patron Nigel Hess, featuring young star Eleanor Grant, actor John Watts, the International Festival Choir and  Festival Orchestra, all under the baton of  Daniel W. Boothe.

Tickets:

Free for under 18s when accompanied by paying adult

Standard  £20

Premium  £25

VIP Festival Pass £150 (see above)

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