What’s On during the 4th Havant Music Festival

Emsworth Concert Band present a St George’s Day Concert

Thursday 23rd April, 7:15pm.
Come along and enjoy your favourite English music. You might need your St George’s Day flag to wave!


Emsworth Baptist Church,
North Street,
Emsworth, PO10 7BY

Tickets £10 (Students £5)


The Courtiers

Friday 24th April, 7:00pm for 7:15pm. Folk music from these islands and beyond
Returning for a second year, the Courtiers sing some of their own songs, as well as old folk favourites.


Northney Farm Barn,
Hayling Island PO11 0SE

Tickets £15 (Students £10)
The ticket price includes a meal of lasagne (ordinary or veggie) at 8.00 pm. There’s a bar and the famed Northney Farm ice creams are available. Please book by 5pm on April 21st stating choice of meal and any dietary requirements.


Jay Jupe and Friends with the Leigh Park Community Singers

Saturday 25th April, 3:00pm
Jay grew up in Leigh Park, and has an amazing tenor voice. He’s on track to become one of the UK’s foremost singers in a few years, so come and hear him before Covent Garden snaps him up!


St James’ Church
Church Path
Emsworth, PO10 7DP

Tickets £10 (Students £5)


The Renaissance Choir

Saturday 25th April, 7:30pm. Italian Renaissance Masters
The choir will be singing music from Italy, including Scarlatti, Carreira, Victoria and Palestrina. The choir will sing a balance of intensively beautiful sacred works and jaunty secular pieces.


St Faith’s Church
West Street
Havant, PO9 1EH

Tickets £12 (Students £6)


Elizabeth-Jane Baldry Harp Recital

Sunday 26th April, 3:00pm. Part of the 850th Anniversary of St Thomas à Becket Church
Elizabeth-Jane is an internationally acclaimed harpist, who grew up in Emsworth. She returns after her wonderful performance in the 2nd Havant Music Festival when she amazed the audience on a bitterly cold March afternoon!


St Thomas à Becket Church
Church Lane
Warblington, PO9 2TU

Tickets £10 (Students £5)


Meridian after dark with the Urban Vocal Group

Wednesday 29th April, 7:00pm
Come and hear the amazing talent of our youngsters and their parents. It was their concert in September 2016 that triggered the idea of the Havant Music Festival which started in March 2017.


Meridian Centre
Elm Lane
Havant, PO9 1UN

Tickets £2 only available from performers or on the door (parking possible for a donation)



Gala Dinner with The Sunbeams

Friday 1st May, 7:30pm
Book a table with your friends and be ready to support the grand raffle in aid of Dementia Friendly Havant working in partnership with Dementia Friendly Hampshire, Registered Charity No.1165292. Tickets include a buffet meal, please book by 5pm on 28th April stating dietary requirements.


Newtown House Hotel,
Manor Rd,
Hayling Island, PO11 0QR

Tickets £16 (Students £12)


Peter Rogers’ Guitar Recital

with support from Graham Elliot on cello

Saturday 2nd May, 3:00pm
Peter Rogers, Bmus (hons), Dip ABRSM
Peter qualified from the University of Chichester with first class honours in classical guitar performance, having studied with Paul Gregory and Amanda Cook. Peter’s recitals take you on a journey across the world and through time.


Emsworth Baptist Church,
North Street,
Emsworth,
PO10 7BY

Tickets £10 (Students £5)


Havant Light Opera

Saturday 2nd May, 7:30pm
Famed for their Gilbert & Sullivan, come and let HLO surprise you with other music.


St Faith’s Church
West Street
Havant, PO9 1EH

Tickets £10 (Students £5)



The Kalore Trio with Robert Blanken, clarinettist

Sunday 3rd May, 3:00pm. An afternoon recital of Romantic Works

Returning by popular request, the Kalore Trio features players from local orchestras and will delight you.


St Faith’s Church
West Street
Havant, PO9 1EH

Tickets £10 (Students £5)



The Village Voices

Sunday 3rd May, 7:30pm. A Collection of Choral Works
This popular Emsworth choir will have you singing along to your favourite songs, a fitting finale for the 4th Havant Music Festival.


St Faith’s Hall
The Pallant
Havant, PO9 1BE

Tickets £10 (Students £5)

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