UPCOMING EVENTS

Exciting events and projects are planned to run throughout the year, and on this page you will find out what is going on. Look out for community projects that you can get involved in and professional concerts for you to enjoy. 

Come & Sing Day

Chance for a productive rehearsal on Vaughan Williams' Dona Nobis Pacem and Three Shakespeare Songs.

Open to all singers (Ability to read music and previous choral experience desirable).

Join us in Thirsk & Sowerby Town Hall to rehearse with music director Benjamin Ellin.

The workshop will run from 10am-4pm (Doors open 9.30am).

There will then be an informal run-through from 4.30 (time may change slightly).

Cost to participate: £10   Student offer: £5

*We encourage all participants to take a lateral flow test before attending and wear a mask where necessary/appropriate.

Please complete this form to register and book your place: https://form.jotform.com/220106855276354

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Saturday 5 March 2022

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Sunday 20 March 2022

Come & Play Day

Mahler Symphony No.5

A fantastic opportunity to get to grips with an integral early 20th century symphony.

Open to all orchestral musicians (suggested standard grade 8+).

Join us in Thirsk & Sowerby Town Hall to rehearse Mahler's 5th Symphony and the Suite from Vertigo by Bernard Herrmann with music director Benjamin Ellin.

The workshop will run from 10am-5pm (Doors open 9.30am).

Cost to participate: £10   Student offer: £5

*We encourage all participants to take a lateral flow test before attending and wear a mask where necessary/appropriate.

Please complete this form to register and book your place: https://form.jotform.com/220107285790050

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Friday 19 - Sunday 21 August 2022

THIRSK HALL FESTIVAL 2022

After the success of the first Thirsk Hall Festival in 2021, we are set to return in 2022. With huge thanks to our sponsors Severfield Engineering for enabling us to return next year with more events, concerts and opportunities for local musicians, charities and audiences! There will be professional concerts to suit a whole range of tastes, a family day with stalls, activities and charities, and a whole host of opportunities to get involved.

If you would like to get involved; as a performer (professional or amateur, there are various roles available), stall holder, charity, sponsor or volunteer, please fill in this form to register your interest.

Each year we have a nominated charity who receive a donation from the festival. The charity are present on the family day, have activities for the community to be a part of, support in promoting the event and may also help provide volunteers for the weekend.

If you are a local charity and would like to be considered as our nominated charity for 2022, fill out this form.