2019 Concert Series
Tickets for all concerts can be obtained by sending a cheque, made payable to Goodnestone PCC ( Goodnestone Music}, to
Old Brickfield Cottage,
Canterbury CT3 1PA
Please enclose a SAE
Tickets will also be sold on the door subject to availability
Goodnestone Festival August 22nd-26th
Having completed the Organ Restoration and the Interior Facilities Appeal we are very excited to be staging the Goondestone Festival. This should be an wonderful weekend.
Friday July 5th 7.30pm Malcolm Kittle-Organ+Piano, Rosie Evans-Soprano.
Malcolm is currently Director of Music at St Mary’s Church in Thornbury, whilst studying for a Chemistry PhD at Bristol. It is great to welcome him back to Goodnestone for this concert of sacred and secular music with Rosie.
Saturday August 3rd 7.30pm
Goodnestone Choir Summer Concert
A concert of choral music, including works by Elgar, Wesley and Faure.
Saturday May 4th 7.30pm
Caritas Chamber Choir-directd by Benedict Preece.
Treasures of the Renaissance
We are delighted to welcome Caritas Chamber Choir back to Goodnestone for this concert, which will include works by Allegri, Victoria, Palestrina and Philips. Caritas are one of Kent's leading chamber choirs and have been great supporters of music at Goodnestone over recent years.
Sunday June 2nd 3.00pm
RItes of Spring
Cloister to Coast,from Prayer to the Pub .
We are delighted that Ben Bevan-international opera singer-has agreed to come to Goodnestone as part of a newly formed ensemble -Turbulent Priest. Turbulent priest is an ensemble of professional musicians who are based in Kent. Exploring music from the ancient to the contemporary, sacred and secular, combined with the spoken word, they seek to entertain in an informal and enjoyable way. Joined for this concert by the renowned conductor and pianist Steven Higgins (Maestro at the Opera’ on BBC2 as mentor to Josie Lawrence.)
Turbulent Priest is Matthew Vine, Paul Young and Ben Bevan.
This should be wonderful concert.