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Passes Now on Sale for Classical Weekend 2019

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Buy your passes for the 2019 Classical Weekend NOW!

Date: 15 Nov 2018

Passes now on sale for Classical Weekend 2019

We’re delighted to announce weekend and day passes are now on sale for Classical Weekend 2019! While the full programme won’t be released until January, we’re excited to confirm artists featured will include:

Friday Line Up:

Global Soundtracks: Kadialy Kouyate, Ligeti Quartet, Platform Four, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Sound Junction

Saturday Line Up:

Endcliffe Orchestra, Global Soundtracks: Haymanot Tesfa & Arian Sadr, Guild of Strings, Kuljit Bhamra (tabla), Lucy Phillips and Jonny Ingall (violin & cello duo), Music and Art with Gildas Quartet and Jack McNeill (clarinet), Music in the Round’s Bridge Quartet, Sarentino Strings, Sheffield Bach Choir, Sheffield Chamber Choir, Sheffield City Opera, Sheffield Flute Choir, Sheffield Philharmonic Orchestra, Sheffield Young Voices, Sheffield Music Hub Senior Orchestra, Sterndale Singers, Vivacity

Sunday Line Up:

Ensemble 360, Kuljit Bhamra (tabla), Hallam Sinfonia, Hallam Choral Society and singers from the city, Lawson Trio, Peter Fagerlind (piano), Sheffield Cathedral Choirs, Sheffield Music Academy musicians, Sheffield Philharmonic Chorus, Sheffield Symphony Orchestra, Sounds of Heaven.

Plus FREE pop up events throughout the weekend including: Dore Gilbert and Sullivan Society, Ensemble 360, Green Hill Primary School, Juice Choir, Lydian Singers, Octogenesis, Sheffield Cathedral Young Voices, Sheffield Music Hub musicians, Sinsontes, Sheffield Viola Ensemble, Sheffield Youth Orchestra, West Side Singers, University of Sheffield students.

Passes represent fantastic value. A day pass will give you access to every concert and workshop taking place that day for just £20 while a weekend pass is just £30. A pass holder can save nearly 50% compared to buying tickets individually so it’s a great deal for classical music fans.

The festival, now in its third year, will run from 8 to 10 March. In 2019, the programme sees concerts and workshop programmed into ‘clusters’ of activity meaning different areas of the city will host the Weekend on different days. This saves travel time for audience members and means those enjoying the entire weekend will enjoy a different part of the city each day.

With restricted numbers on passes we recommend purchasing them early to avoid disappointment. Visit this webpage or call 0114 2233 777.

*Please note the festival programme and list of artists is accurate at the time of going to press, but is subject to change. Classical Sheffield reserves the to right to make changes to the programme without notice. Any changes will be publicised via this website.

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