2019 Summer Festival

Broadstone Music Series are excited to announce our first summer festival. Featuring some of our favourite artists from the last 10 years of the Broadstone Music Series!

  • 5th July: Moonlight Swing Band,
    St John’s Church, 7:30pm
    Led by Kevin Morgan (BSO
    principal Trombone).
    Tickets £10 (Wine included)
  • 6th July: ‘Come and Play from Scratch’. Broadstone
    United Reformed Church Hall, 3pm.
    Participation day amateur orchestra. Directed by
    distinguished local musicians. From grade 3+,
    learn arrangements of classics & musicals.
    Tickets £15, advance booking essential.
  • 7th July: Dorchester Piano Quartet.
    Lytchett Minster. 3pm.
    Strauss recital, talk & cream tea.
    Tickets £10 (Cream tea included)
  • 8th July: Capriccioso String Quartet. St John’s Church, 7:30pm.
    Italian themed music & wine.
    Tickets £8 (Glass of wine included)
  • 9th July: Recitals for Wrigglers. St John’s Church Hall, 1.30pm. Click here for more details.
    As seen at the Edinburgh Festival. For ages 0 to 5 years. Sponsored by Lemur Landings.
    Tickets £5 child, parent free.
  • 9th July: Folk Delights & Dinner. The Cargo Lounge, Dunyeats Rd, 7pm.
    Tuneful Tales with Tim Laycock & Alastair Simpson. Poetry by Thomas Hardy & William Barnes.
    Tickets £16 (Dinner included)
  • 10th July: Music for Life. St John’s Church Hall, 11.30am & 2pm.
    Tunes from the Hollywood Golden Age. For seniors, with Jennifer Curiel & Kevin Pritchard.
    Tickets £5 (tea and a cake included)
  • 10th July: Recital by Young Local Stars.
    Broadstone United Reformed Church,
    7pm.
    Accompanist, Helen Nicholas.
    Tickets £8 (Glass of wine included)
  • 11th July: Stars from the Royal Colleges of Music. Broadstone Methodist Church. 7.30pm
    Recital by some of the brightest stars from the Royal Colleges of Music.
    Brahms & Bridge and beyond.
    Accompanist, Helen Nicholas.
    Tickets £8.
  • 12th July: Ceilidh. St Michael’s Church, Colehill
    A Dorset Ceilidh with Dorset’s amazing Tatterdemalion band and Ruther Thompson
    Tickets £12 (Buffet included. Bring own drinks.)
  • 13th July: COME & SING. St John’s Church, 10am.
    Participation event for final festival concert.
    Day of choral music, Handel & more. Directed by John Watkins with supporting tutors. Tickets £15, advance booking essential
  • 14th July: Finale — Celebration of English Music. St Johns Church,
    Camerata Musicale with Hurn Court Opera, Vaughan Williams Serenade to Music, & more. Cream tea in interval.
    Tickets £12 (Cream tea included)

Come back soon for more details!