Festival of Chichester 2019 at St John’s Chapel


St John’s Chapel is one of the principal and most popular venues for the annual Festival of Chichester. The Friends of St John’s Chapel have brought together a programme which offers something for everyone. Supporting our Festival events helps to support the Chapel and secure its future.

Full details of all Festival of Chichester 2019 events at St John’s Chapel and how to book tickets, can be found below.
Tickets are available from the Novium Museum, Tower Street, Chichester PO19 1QH01243 816525 or 775888 www.thenovium.org/boxoffice   – or on the door

All Festival of Chichester 2019 events can also be found in the printed Festival programme. Copies available from the Chapel or online at www.festivalofchichester.co.uk

St John’s Chapel Festival Programme 2019

Saturday 15 June
11am A Tribute to the Wit of N F Simpson Chichester Community Theatre

Sunday 16 June
1-2pm Bach Solo Cello Suites Pavlos Carvalho

7.30pm A Mediterranean Serenade
– an evening of rebetiko and other music from Greece by Plastikes Karekles

Tuesday 18 June
1pm From Bach to the Amazon
Emily Burridge (cello)

7.30pm Mozart – ‘Dissonance Quartet’ K465 and Dvorak – ‘American Quartet’ N12 Op96
Piacere String Quartet

Wednesday 19 June
1pm Sublime Chamber Music for Lunchtime Brahms String Sextet No1
Ensemble Reza

7.30pm Get Vocal and Friends
Get Vocal Chichester Community Choir

Thursday 20 June
7.30pm
The Songs– a programme of Words and Music

by Louise de Bernieres – author of Captain Corelli’s Mandolin

Friday 21 June
12 noon The Hanover Band Chamber Ensemble and the Consone Quartet

– Haydn String Quartet
– Brahms Clarinet Quartet

7.30pm All that Malarkey Classical Cabaret

Saturday 22 June
1pm Minerva Ensemble

7.30pm
Songs from Ireland

Isosceles (Pat Abernethy & Dave Marsden) – in an intimate Irish musical evening

Sunday 23 June
8:00pm
Eduardo Niebla Experience
world class virtuoso Spanish guitarist and composer – fusing flamenco, gypsy jazz with Arabic, Indian, latin and classical influences.

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