Welcome to the eighth Music@Malling Festival – a festival that brings international artists to historical venues in and around West Malling, Kent. The festival will run from 16th September – 29th September 2018 and celebrates an eclectic mix of fabulous music. Tickets can be purchased via the website and at Was Down Swan Street, 72, High Street, West Malling, ME19 6LU. Tickets can also be purchased on the door for most events.
Founded in 2011, Music@Malling has a festival each September featuring the music of contemporary composers alongside classical, jazz, vocal, world and film music: the outreach programme and a number of satellite events runs across the year.
Music@Malling engage hundreds of young people in creative activities and performance, providing access to arts, many for the first time. Our artists are involved in mentoring and supporting emerging musicians and composers from across Kent.
Music@Malling aims to create an outstanding artistic resource for the local area, region and beyond. Our eighth festival promises to be a special and memorable series of events in an area rich with history and outstanding natural beauty.
RT @sophiahallsax 2 hours until my new show starts on @officialjazzlon! Tune in at 6pm this evening for the first broadcast of 'Sophia's Big Band Corner'!! I'm so excited 😍🎶 ft. Interview with @callumaubigband from the @musicatmalling festival last month 🎼 pic.twitter.com/8UovyLwCKp
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RT @harwoodonline Rachmaninov Vocalise with pianist James Pearson filmed by Classic FM @officialronnies back in August.
Thanks to @ClassicFM for putting the whole piece on their FB channel last month...
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RT @TDPKemp Music is becoming 'preserve of the privileged few' as state schools abandon the subject in droves telegraph.co.uk/education/201… via @tele_education
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RT @sarahlmawby Lord Black's closing statements in the #StateOfMusicEd debate are so important. The Government cannot continue to 'fiddle while Rome burns' when it comes to the erosion of meaningful music education for all in England #BaccfortheFuture @UKHouseofLords
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Music@Malling is delighted to announce that the Ernest Cook Trust is supporting its outreach programme. Founded in 1952 by the grandson of Thomas Cook – the businessman and travel agent – the trust supports charities that help young people across the UK. “This award will help
We are delighted that The Prince of Wales Charity has awarded Music@Malling a grant towards our programme of concerts.
We are delighted that the Whitehead Monckton Foundation are supporting Music@Malling. Whitehead Monckton are a leading group of Solicitors and the foundation was set up in 2010 to support Kent-based charities.
Tickets available from Was Down Swan Street, 72 High Street, West Malling, Kent, ME19 6LU