5 July
1:00 pm
The Astor Theatre

Gabrielė Sutkutė

A delightful lunchtime concert by this outstanding young Lithuanian pianist, winner of the 1st prize at the Chappell Medal Piano Competition in 2023.
6 July
1:00 pm
The Cleary Hall, Landmark Centre

Richard Mackenzie

Richard MacKenzie is hailed as “one of the rising stars of the British lute scene” by Early Music Today.
7 July
4:30 pm
The Astor Theatre

Jane Glover – Mozart in Italy

In a new biography, the distinguished conductor and writer Jane Glover travels with Mozart on his three journeys to Italy.
8 July
11:00 am
St Andrew's Church

Trois Dames Très Spéciales

Bridget Tizzard (soprano), Floriane Peycelon (violin), Keren Starer-Shaw (cello) and John Harper (piano) perform beautiful trios.
8 July
1:00 pm
Deal Town Hall

Toward the Sea

Lizzie Knatt Recorders (DMA Young Artist in Association) and Declan Hickey Guitar give a concert inspired by the sea.
8 July
7:30 pm
The Astor Theatre

The Fidelio Trio

The “virtuosic Fidelio Trio” (Sunday Times) consists of Darragh Morgan, violin, Tim Gill, cello and Mary Dullea, piano.
9 July
1:00 pm
St Clement's Church

Ryan Corbett – Accordion

Described as one of Scotland's most exciting musicians, Ryan performs arrangements of works by Bach, Rameau, Mendelssohn and others.
9 July
1:00 pm
St Mary's Church

Chineke!

Through world-class concert performances, Chineke! creates opportunities for established and up-and-coming Black and ethnically diverse classical musicians.
9 July
3:00 pm
The Astor Theatre

Lomea

Lizzie Knatt Recorders (DMA Young Artist in Association) and James Batty Keyboards give a concert of baroque and contemporary music.
10 July
10:00 am
Meet at Deal Pier entrance

Plastic

Join Helen, Lizzie, and members of ‘Deal With It’ for a beach clean and then a workshop, informal performance and a round-table discussion.
10 July
1:45 pm
St Andrew's Church

Salomé Quartet

The Salomé Quartet are quickly establishing a reputation as one of UK’s most exciting young string quartets.
10 July
7:30 pm
The Astor Theatre

Lucy Crowe & Anna Tilbrook

Don’t miss the chance to see radiant soprano Lucy Crowe, the new President of Deal Music and Arts, in a brilliant programme covering composers from Handel to Cole Porter.
11 July
11:00 am
St John the Evangelist Church

French Connections 2 – Sacred Grief

For the second concert in their series, our visiting artists share a programme designed around St John’s wonderful 2018 organ.
11 July
1:00 pm
Deal Town Hall

Jack Hancher

A rising star of the classical guitar, Jack’s programme features Satie, Debussy, Ravel and a piece by our Composer-in-Residence Florence Anna Maunders.
11 July
7:30 pm
St Mary's Arts Centre, Sandwich

Mozart’s The Magic Flute

Critically acclaimed opera company Wild Arts perform their third summer season.
12 July
10:30 am
Deal Town Hall

French Connections 4 – Elégie

A beguiling concert of late romantic and contemporary works by Fauré, Schubert, Satie and Artistic Director Luke Styles.
12 July
1:00 pm
Deal Town Hall

Junyan Chen

Following her acclaimed Wigmore Hall début last year, Chinese pianist Junyan Chen gives a performance including works by Schubert, Liszt and Composer-in-Residence Florence Anna Maunders.
13 July
10:30 am
St George's Church

A Walk in the Woods

Emily Varney leads an informal interactive concert, for young people and their families.
13 July
11:00 am
St Clement's Church

Times and Seasons: Bach and the Organ

In this concert by one of Kent’s leading organists Paul Stubbings, the incomparable atmosphere of St Clement’s provides the backdrop for some of Bach's sublime music.
13 July
1:00 pm
St George's Church

Brandenburg Concertos 1, 2, and 3

Brandenburg Concertos 1, 2, and 3. This critically acclaimed British chamber music ensemble perform the first set of Bach’s well-loved concertos.
13 July
7:30 pm
St George's Church

Brandenburg Concertos 4, 5, and 6

Hosted by BBC 3 journalist Tom Service, Chamber Domaine complete their performance of Bach’s famous six concerto cycle.
14 July
4:00 pm
The Astor Theatre

Kuljit Bhamra & Kadialy Kouyate Workshop

Following his popular workshop in last year’s festival, tabla maestro Kuljit Bhamra returns again, this year with Senegalese kora player Kadialy Kouyate.
14 July
7:30 pm
The Astor Theatre

Kuljit Bhamra & Kadialy Kouyate Performance

A celebratory duo performance of Senegalese and Indian music. Kuljit, the UK’s leading proponent of classical and popular forms of Indian music is joined by Kadialy, a celebrated performer of West African music.