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Anthony Wilkinson, Festival Director


Newsletter no.12

Thank you all for helping to make this the most successful Festival so far. Why not help us Celebrate our Journey around the Musical Capitals of the World with two slices of Viennese Sachertorte!

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Newsletter no.11

Unfortunately, Sergio Tiempo has been taken ill and is unable to perform at the afternoon concert on Saturday 18th November at 3.30pm. CHRISTIAN BLACKSHAW has kindly offered to step in at the last moment with a programme of Mozart and Schubert...

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Newsletter no.10

I have just heard that BBC Radio 3 In Tune - Weds 15th - is featuring The Russian Virtuosi of Europe, as a preview of our concert on Friday.

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Newsletter no.9

Counting down the hours now before the music begins with a big opening night.

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Newsletter no.8

The Festival has enjoyed the invaluable support of three Corporate Sponsors over several years, and I would like to say a big thank you to Robert Holmes, Marcus Beale Architects and WSM Private Clients and point you towards the major concerts they are sponsoring this year.

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Newsletter no.7

“This is a wonderful festival and we would not want to miss performing in Wimbledon. The acoustics are wonderful in the church and the audience warm and welcoming.” Zoltan Katona

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Newsletter no.6

In this weeks Top 30 Classical Charts: RED PRIEST No. 1 / WIHAN QUARTET No. 6

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Newsletter no.5

Two international pianists, trumpet virtuosity, jazz, Willard White, Viktoria Mullova, Wihan and Sacconi Octet, The Graves Oratorio…

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Newsletter no.4

We have a great line up for our opening night: SONORO, the acclaimed Wimbledon-based professional choir, are joined by the PHILHARMONIA Orchestra.

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Newsletter no.3

You are the key to our success. But we NEED MORE like you. YOU can be our best Ambassadors. Please GET THE WORD OUT to your friends and neighbours.

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Newsletter no.2

Acclaim from the Music Directors of both St. Pauls Cathedral, and Westminster Abbey for The Cool Web, which opens the Festival on 11th November 2017.

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Newsletter no.1

The theme for November 2017 is ‘Musical Capitals’, which gives great scope to explore and enjoy the international language of music, and to invite a host of international performers to Wimbledon.

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