Classical Weekend
Sunday 19th March 

Tickets: £5 (concert) / £15 (day pass) / £20 (weekend pass)


With formal and informal concerts, pop-up performances and interactive shows, families, beginners and long-time music lovers can all make beautiful memories and brand-new connections. Indulge in the incomparable, indefinable experience of live music and find something that stays with you forever.

Sheffield Chorale – 5:00

An experienced group of singers ready to wow you with some familiar opera choruses.

Sheffield Music Academy & Platform 4 – 6:30

Some of Sheffield’s most talented young musicians perform Aaron Copland’s Appalachian Spring: the jubilant sound of American pioneers and lush mountains. Cello and electric keyboard become one in Upright Stance with Charlie Hardwick

Kabantu – 6:30 & 9:30

A Manchester-based five-piece reinventing global sounds and throwing away the rulebook.

Meiningen Ensemble – 7:30

A professional Huddersfield University-based group who love to entertain, performing Dmitri Shostakovich’s tempestuous Piano Trio No. 2.

Crimes Against Taste – 7:30 & 9:30

Perhaps the world’s only classical/comedy/cabaret crossover act! Performing their musical comedy Tenor and Baritone

Marmen Quartet & Tom McKinney– 8:30

Popular and passionate musicians, performing Philip Glass’ tender String Quartet No. 3  Guitarist Tom McKinney shares the softly shape-changing and dancing patternsof Electric Counterpoint by minimalism founder Steve Reich

 Sheffield Music Hub Wind – 8.30pm

Fratres by Arvo Pärt arranged for wind band.