Lara Melda piano
Chopin Nocturne in B flat minor
Rachmaninov Études-Tableaux in G minor, op.33
Rachmaninov Études-Tableaux in Eb major, op.33
Chopin Sonata No. 3 in B minor
This British/Turkish pianist was crowned BBC Young Musician 2010 and recently made an acclaimed Proms debut. In the beautiful surroundings of Birdsall House, she plays music including Chopin’s thrilling and epic 3rd sonata.
John Dowland Prelude
Roberto Gerhard Fantasia
Bach Chaconne in D Minor from the Partita for Solo Violin
Albeniz from the Suite Española, op.47
Arlen / Takemitsu “Somewhere Over the Rainbow”
Domeniconi Koyunbaba Suite, op.19
‘Love at first listen’ is how Miloš describes the moment when, as a child in Montenegro, he first picked up the old guitar that was lying around his childhood home gathering dust. Thirty years later, he is a chart-topping star, described by The Times as the ‘Classical Guitar God’ and thrilling audiences wherever he goes.
There will be an extended interval of around two hours, and audience are invited to picnic in the grounds of Birdsall House between the two performances.
Membership discounts will apply as appropriate
GENERAL BOOKING FROM MONDAY 28TH JUNE
Priority booking periods:
Patrons: from 10am on Monday 21st June
Members: from 10am on Wednesday 23rd June
Friends: from 10am on Friday 25th June
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Covid-19 Additional Event Terms and Conditions
In order to minimise the risk of Covid-19 transmission to ticket-holders, staff, volunteers and performers, additional terms and conditions apply. These are summarised below, but we ask that you take time to read our full Covid-19 terms and conditions here before purchasing tickets.
- Please do not attend if you or anyone in your household or support bubble is exhibiting any of the three main symptoms of Covid-19 (fever, new continuous cough or change in smell or taste), or has experienced these symptoms in the past 10 days and has not received a negative result from a PCR test
- If you are feeling well and able to attend we ask that you please follow our guidelines to minimise the risk of Covid transmission, which will be updated regularly in line with government advice
- The Ryedale Festival is operating vendor-allocated seating for all Festival events and this year will have reduced capacity to prioritise audience safety.
All plans are tied to the government’s roadmap for relaxing Covid measures and are therefore subject to change. The Ryedale Festival reserves the right to adjust venue capacity in-line with Government advice.