International Wimbledon Music Festival 2011 - a Feast of world-class music
31st October 2011
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International Wimbledon Music Festival 2011 

A feast of world-class music


12 – 27 November 2011
With 20 world-class events, 2011’s International Wimbledon Music Festival promises a feast of wonderful music



For full information about the International Wimbledon Music Festival 2011 click HERE


“If music be the food of love, play on, play on, play on…” as the song goes. 


“Give me an excess of it”, the love sick Count Orsino demands at the beginning of Twelfth Night… 


For sixteen nights during the last half of November each year, the International Wimbledon Music Festival aims to provide a veritable banquet for the soul, presenting a feast of music making of the highest quality by world-class artists of international standing.


As a charity Wimbledon Music Festival has an ambitious and imaginative programme of educational activities in the community, centred on Saint Cecilia’s Day, 22 November 2011, celebrating the patron saint of music with ‘Performance Day, Merton’ involving more than 4,000 performers in 65 schools across the Borough.


Like many cultural organisations Wimbledon Music Festival is a not-for-profit organisation registered both as a charity and a company limited by guarantee.


The main object of the organization is “to advance, improve, develop and maintain public education in, and appreciation of the art and science of music in all its aspects by any means the trustees see fit”.


The Wimbledon Music Festival is proud of the support of an extremely distinguished group of patrons: Lord Birkett, former CEO of GLC Arts, pianist Alfred Brendel, violist Rivka Golani, tenor Ian Partridge, and cellist Raphael Wallfisch; and most grateful for the generosity of the Sponsors, Benefactors, and Friends without whose support the Festival would not be possible.


“Okay, so November isn’t exactly summer, but this year's Wimbledon Music Festival is worth stretching the rules of the seasons for.”
Classic FM magazine



Click HERE to book your tickets online tickets or call Ambassador Tickets on 0844 871 7685


Festival Office: 
152 Durham Road, London SW20 0DG
T: 020 8946 5078





  • Bach’s B minor Mass: soloists, Nancy Argenta, Michael Chance, Allan Clayton, Roderick Williams
  • The Brodsky Quartet, in Mozart, Beethoven and Brahms
  • Soprano Nancy Argenta in recital
  • Lebanese flautist Wissam Boustany
  • Legendary French jazz pianist Claude Bolling and his trio
  • Trevor Pinnock, harpsichord masterpieces by Bach, Couperin, Scarlatti
  • Russian pianist Mikhail Rudy
  • Rachel Podger and Brecon Baroque
  • Pianist Joanna MacGregor & the celebrated percussion group Ensemblebash
  • Leeds Piano Competition winner Sunwook Kim playing Beethoven’s last three sonatas
  • The world’s foremost young violist Lawrence Power
  • The world's most celebrated clarinetist Michael Collins with London Winds
  • Benjamin Britten's 'Noye's Fludde' with David Wilson-Johnson, Catherine Wyn-Rogers...



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