• Eton Boys' Concert
    Eton Boys' Concert
    8.15pm Thursday, 28th September 2023 (1 hour, 15 minutes)
    This year's Eton Boys' Concert opens with the College Chapel Choir giving the first performance of a composition written by Viscount Linley to mark The King's Coronation.
  • Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - © Ben Wright
    Liederkreis: Seven Songs by HRH Prince Albert, The Prince Consort
    7.30pm Friday, 29th September 2023 (1 hour, 40 minutes)
    Tonight we begin our programme with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in the enchanted woodlands of Mendelssohn's incidental music to Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. This playful overture is partnered with a contemporaneous selection of songs written by a composer who was deeply inspired by Mendelssohn: Prince Albert. He composed them for performance at Windsor Castle and they have been brilliantly orchestrated for this premiere performance by Paul Mealor and sung by leading tenor Andrew Staples.
  • Elijah
    Mendelssohn Elijah
    7.30pm Saturday, 30th September 2023 (2 hours)
    The Windsor and Eton Choral Society (WECS) gave its first public performance in Windsor in 1837 making it one of the six oldest Choral Societies in the country.  
  • Thomas Trotter
    Thomas Trotter: Inaugural Recital on rebuilt Organ
    7.00pm Sunday, 1st October 2023 (1 hour, 15 minutes)
    Leading international concert organist and Windsor resident Thomas Trotter re-launches the recently restored three-manual pipe organ of Windsor Parish Church of St John the Baptist in a scintillating blaze of glory, with a concert highlighting the instrument's varied orchestral tonal palette as well as its brute power.
  • John Rutter Square
    Celebrating with John Rutter
    7.30pm Saturday, 17th February 2024
    Conducted by John Rutter himself, this performance with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra celebrates two of his pieces with works by another great British composer Vaughan Williams.