11am & 3pm
Coco Tomita violin
Simon Callaghan piano
Mozart Violin Sonata in F major K.376
Tchaikovsky Souvenir d’un lieu cher
Poulenc Violin Sonata
The winner of the Strings category in this year’s BBC Young Musician joins Simon Callaghan to play Mozart, Tchaikovsky and an intense, deeply felt work by Poulenc.
Tickets: £16 (centre) / £12 (sides)
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
The Ryedale Festival is operating vendor-allocated seating for all Festival events and this year will have reduced capacity to prioritise audience safety. If a concert of your choice is sold-out please add your details to the waiting list in case tickets become available at a later date.
The Festival Box Office will respond to voicemail and telephone enquiries from 10am-2pm on weekdays from Monday 21st June.
Patrons, Members and Friends benefit from priority booking for Festival events. If you would like to join you can Find out more about our membership benefits here.
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.