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The next Petersfield Musical Festival runs from 15 to 23 March 2019.

For more than a century, the Festival has promoted music-making in and around Petersfield. It now provides a varied programme of choral, orchestral, family and youth concerts, smaller-scale recitals and guest performances. Over 600 local singers and instrumentalists of all ages share the platform with visiting musicians of national and international standing.

The Festival’s Michael Hurd Memorial Fund supports young musicians through grants and events. The Festival takes place at the Petersfield Festival Hall, built for the purpose and officially opened in 1935. The Festival is a registered charity, run for the benefit of the community, not for profit.

Please see for reviews of the 2018 programme, which was held on 9-17 March. Alternatively, read The 2018 Petersfield Music Festival in retrospect.

This page includes the music from The Petersfield Choral Society.

PMF 2019 information leaflet

Noticeboard: Tickets now on sale!

Noticeboard: read about the Festival Highlights.

The 2019 Festival includes the Petersfield Orchestra Spring 2019 Concert on 21 March.

Upcoming concerts:

Date Concert Venue
Sat, 16 Mar 7:30pm Petersfield Festival: The Canterbury Pilgrims Petersfield Festival Hall
Sun, 17 Mar 3:00pm Petersfield Festival: Family Concert Petersfield Festival Hall
Tue, 19 Mar 1:00pm Petersfield Festival: Lunchtime Recital St. Peter’s Church, Petersfield
Wed, 20 Mar 7:30pm Petersfield Festival: Petersfield Brass St. Peter’s Church, Petersfield
Sat, 23 Mar 7:30pm Petersfield Festival: Brahms: A German Requiem Petersfield Festival Hall
Sat, 28 Sep 10:30am Petersfield Music Festival: Open Choral Workshop – Exploring British folksong Bedales School

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