Come and see another talented member of the famous Kanneh-Mason family accompanied by the newly crowned Winner of the 2021 Leeds International Piano Competition
We are sorry to have to let you know that the Helen Cullen Book Evening on Wednesday 29th September has been cancelled. Helen has sadly had to go to Ireland at short notice to be with a critically ill relative.
With the improving prospects of being able to put on a Festival in 2021 depite the Covid-19 pandemic we would like to share with you our plans for this year.
We longed for the moment when we can bring the joy of live music and the Arts into people's lives once again, and, as we emerge from these difficult times, we hope to enjoy your continued support as we launch our programme for the Wooburn Festival 2021
Subject to the status of Covid-19, we have agreed with all artists and most venues, publically owned venues cannot commit yet, that we can go ahead with all the events planned for last year as this year's Festival and an extra event. While programmes, performers and dates are still subject to change, you are now able to book events. Just click the Box Office icon.
Following the sellout appearence of Sheku and Isata Kanneh-Mason in 2017 we are delighted to announce that Braimah Kanneh-Mason will be performing for you at the Wooburn Festival in October this year accompanied by Alim Beisembayev, the winner of the 2021 International Leeds Piano Competition.
Ewan Millar, oboe won the woodwind class of the BBC Young Musician 2020 competition.
In addition, we will have an evening with the ever-popular Heath Quartet, and a double bill, from the Barefoot Opera Company of Gluck's Orpheus ed Euridice and Zanetto by Mascagni.
We are indebted to the following organisations and individuals for their financial support. This enables the Wooburn Festival to provide affordable, nationally & internationally acclaimed music, visual arts and film to the Chilterns & Thames Valley.