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Hatfield music festival programme to be announced this week at launch concert

PUBLISHED: 20:18 22 April 2017 | UPDATED: 20:36 22 April 2017

Jennifer Pike will play the launch concert for this year's Hatfield House Chamber Music Festival [Picture: Tom Barnes]

Jennifer Pike will play the launch concert for this year's Hatfield House Chamber Music Festival [Picture: Tom Barnes]

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The programme for this year’s Hatfield House Chamber Music Festival will be announced this week at a special launch concert.

Hatfield House Chamber Music Festival artistic director Guy JohnstonHatfield House Chamber Music Festival artistic director Guy Johnston

Artistic director Guy Johnston will reveal the concert programme for the sixth Hatfield House Chamber Music Festival at the Hertfordshire stately home on Thursday, April 27.

The launch event in the Marble Hall will bring together cellist Guy Johnston, pianist Tom Poster and violinist Jennifer Pike in a programme of Polish music, including the Chopin piano trio.

During the evening Guy will also announce the highlights of this year’s festival, which will take place at Hatfield House from Thursday, September 28 to Sunday, October 1.

The Hatfield House Chamber Music Festival is now firmly established as a weekend not to be missed by classical music lovers, attracting artists of the highest standard to a unique setting.

Tickets for the festival will go on sale to members on Friday, April 28.

General public booking opens on Wednesday, May 17.

Tickets for the launch concert cost £20, £30 and £40, and the price includes a drinks reception at 7.30pm .

This concert is dedicated to the late Dowager Marchioness of Salisbury.

The Hatfield House Chamber Music Festival started in 2012, and is put together by artistic director Guy Johnston.

The festival’s president is the Marquess of Salisbury and the Patron is HRH The Duchess of Kent.

• For more information, visit the festival’s website at www.hatfieldhousemusicfestival.org.uk

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