Monday 6th October 2014


09 - Music Scholars of Marlborough College

12.15pm Lunchtime Series - Marden House - £3; Friends (Free), £1 Children

From 2008 onwards the Festival has hosted musicians selected from the 30 Music Scholars of Marlborough College. This dynamic group of highly skilled young players, many of whom are members of National Youth Orchestras, will present an instrumental programme of both solo and chamber repertoire.



10 - Music from across the Ages

7.30pm - St Mary's Church - £8; £6 Friends; £1 Children

Salisbury Cathedral Girl Choristers and Lay Vicars, directed by David Halls with John Challenger (Organ)

The choristers of Salisbury Cathedral maintain an unbroken tradition of church music at Salisbury, which stretches back for over 700 years in the present cathedral. They also performed at the first ever Calne Music and Arts Festival. In 1991, Salisbury took the historic step of forming another ‘top line’, bringing young girl choristers into the Choral Foundation and choir school. The programme will feature superb sacred music from the 16th century to the present day.



11 - One Piano Many Hands!

9.00pm CODA (Note earlier start time) -  Marden House - Admission Free

Linda Hitchcox, Rosemary Ringrose and Hugh and Mary Pilcher-Clayton

Linda Hitchcox, Rosemary Ringrose and Hugh and Mary Pilcher-Clayton will play music for two hands, four hands, six hands and even eight hands on one piano.  Their programme will include arrangements of music by Bach, Handel and Mozart along with a selection of more modern jazz style pieces.