Concerts at All Saints

Regular Concerts

We run a weekly Wednesday lunch time series Soundbites (details below) ourselves. Our church is also used regularly for concerts by other organisations such as Hertford Choral Society, Hertford Symphony Orchestra and Hertfordshire Festival of Music

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Hertfordshire Festival of Music
Sunday 10th to Saturday 16th June 2018

Hertfordshire Festival of Music

HFoM 2018 is inspired by the way that music can reveal the imaginative hinterlands to our everyday experiences, a theme richly explored by our Principal Artist, Stephen Hough CBE.

The Festival includes four concerts in All Saints:


Sunday 10th 6:00 pm

Named by The Economist in 2009 as "one of twenty living polymaths", pianist Stephen Hough opens HFoM 2018 with his own take on the Festival theme as he plays Debussy, Schumann and Beethoven. This is a very rare opportunity to hear this outstanding virtuoso perform outside our major concert halls. Don't miss it!


Monday 11th 7:30 pm

With a programme devoted entirely to Stephen Hough's own compositions, Alisdair Hogarth directs a quartet of outstanding singers in this highly personal music of love, fantasy and death. Hough performs in Dappled Things, a piece inspired by the poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins.


Saturday 16th 4.00 pm

Your chance to appreciate and encourage the next generation of Hertfordshire young musicians; this free event showcases chamber ensembles from the Mid Herts Hertfordshire Music Service.


Saturday 16th 5:30 pm
Tasmin Little Violin
John Lenehan Piano

These celebrated artists make a welcome return to Hertford, having given the Festival's inaugural recital in 2016. In a programme that perfectly encapsulates HFoM's 2018 theme with the celebrated sonatas of Brahms and Debussy, alongside other favourite works of the violin repertoire, Delius' Léende, and Ravel's Tzigane, they also bring music that many may not have heard before - live or recorded - with Clara Schumann's Three Romances as well as the Romance and Invocation by American composer Amy Beach (1867-1944).

More information and on-line bookings can be found on the HFoM events webpage.

Richard Hale School
25th June 2018 19:00

Richard Hale poster

Richard Hale School present their Summer Concert on Monday 25th June at 7.00 pm.

Karl Jenkins: The Armed Man
Faure: Libera Me
Mozart: Symphony 40 in g
works by Pärt, Goodall, Rutter and popular music showcases

with Special Guest Natasha Page - Soprano

Tickets: £8 or £5 or 01992 583441


Soundbites, as its name suggests, combines a selection of soups, rolls, sandwiches, cakes and hot drinks available from 12:00 with a short (30-45 mins), admission free, concert at 1:00 pm. These concerts are run to contribute to the Music Development Fund, which supports our musical work with young people in the town. Concerts run during term-time.

Below are details of the first few concerts in our Summer 2018 season, which runs until July 4th. Further details will be posted here after Easter

Summer Season 2018

Apr 11th
Maite Aguirre
Apr 18th
Sara Stowe
J.S.Bach, Handel, J.C.Bach & Arne
Apr 25th
Milena Simovic
Olga Sitkovetsky
Harold in Italy Berlioz
May 2nd
Simon Smith
Mark Fielding
'Kreutzer' Sonata Beethoven
May 9th
May 16th
Denise Alonso
May 23rd
Marmara Piano Trio with Juan Drown Viola
May 30th
Wissam Boustany
Alex Szram

We look forward to welcoming you to one or more of these concerts

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Information for Hirers

Our Hall is heavily used, but may have just the slot you need.

Find out more about the hall and look at the hall diary before making a provisional booking.

Can't find something?

Please email us (office hours are 10-12 Weds and Sat) or call Jo the Vicar on 01992 584899.