• Lest We Forget
    7.30pm Monday, 24th September 2018
    To commemorate the centenary of the end of World War I, returning Festival favourites Orpheus Sinfonia present a specially curated programme with leading Baritone Roderick Williams.
  • For the Fallen: Music to Commemorate 1918
    1.10pm Tuesday, 25th September 2018
    To mark the centenary of the Armistice of World War I, The Choir of St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle perform music including works by composers associated with the Chape
  • Eton Boys’ Concert
    8.15pm Thursday, 27th September 2018
    This concert, an annual event and firm favourite among seasoned festival-goers, showcases the very best music from pupils at Eton College against the impressive backdrop of Eton College School Hall.
  • The Cry
    7.30pm Friday, 28th September 2018
    The Cry, by Adrian Snell, is a powerful and deeply moving musical production that weaves together a requiem with songs inspired by the words of child victims of warfare.
  • The Bluejays
    8.00pm Friday, 28th September 2018
    The Bluejays have quickly established themselves as the UK’s most authentic vintage rock ‘n’ roll band. Performing the greatest hits of the 1950s from the likes of Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, The Everly Brothers and Eddie Cochran, their authenticity has attracted a huge following and caught the eye of many of the original artists.
  • Schools’ Coffee Concert
    11.00am Saturday, 29th September 2018
    A regular feature of Windsor Festival programmes, this year’s Schools’ Coffee Concert will present a varied mix of choral, instrumental, ensemble and solo items performed by local children.
  • A Choral Celebration
    7.30pm Saturday, 29th September 2018
    For more than seven decades the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra has been at the forefront of music-making in the UK. Together with Windsor and Eton Choral Society, members of Taplow Youth Choir, Voci Chamber Choir and Quire Voices, they present two of the finest and best-known works ever composed for voice.