Canterbury Music Club is currently in its 79th season, presenting its continuous tradition of artists of international standing.
Membership is priced extremely competitively and further details can be found here.
Alternatively, tickets to individual concerts can be purchased and more information on this can be found here.
Please note that we may need to change details of concerts owing to circumstances beyond our control.
Sunday 27 September 2020 · 3.00pm
Richard Boothby · bass viol
Jo Levine · tenor & bass viols
Asako Morikawa · treble & bass viols
William Byrd · Three Fantasies in Three Parts
Orlando Gibbons · Three Fantasies in Three Parts
Matthew Locke · The Flat Consort for My Cousin Kemble: Suite No. 1 in C minor
Thomas Lupo · Three Fantasies in Three Parts
Henry Purcell · Three Fantasies in Three Parts
Johan Schenk · Sonata for Two Bass Viols from 'Le Nymphe di Reno'
Antoine Forqueray · Pieces for Three Bass Viols
Marin Marais · Suite for Three Bass Viols
For more information, see Folkestone Early Music.
Saturday 24 October 2020 · 3.00pm
Ben Hancox · violin
Thomas Hancox · flute
Tony Ingham · piano
J. S. Bach · Trio Sonata in G major, BWV 1038
Richard Lane · Sonata for Flute & Piano
Eldin Burton · Sonatina for Flute & Piano
Franck · Sonata for Violin & Piano
Rota · Trio for Flute, Violin & Piano
Sunday 22 November 2020 · 3.00pm
Kentish Piano Trio
Kathy Shave · violin
Julia Vohralik · cello
Helen Crayford · piano
Beethoven · Piano Trio in C minor, Op. 1, No. 1
Schubert · Notturno, Op. Post. 148
Beethoven · Piano Trio in D major, Op. 70 ('Ghost')
Sunday 13 December 2020 · 3.00pm
Connaught Brass Quintet
Tillett Trust Debut Artists &
Winners of the Philip Jones International Brass Ensemble Competition 2019
J. S. Bach (arr. Graber) · Prelude & Fugue in E minor
James MacMillann · Adam's Rib
Enrique Crespo · Ragtime & Bossa Nova from Suite Americana
Anton Bruckner (arr. Akugbo) · Libera Me
Victor Ewald · Quintet No. 2
Details of the remaining concerts of the 2020-21 season, from January 2021 onwards, will be published in due course, in order to ensure compliance with prevailing Covid-19 guidance and legislation.