• Chetwynd Deer Park (map)
  • Newport, Shropshire, England, TF10 8EU
  • United Kingdom

Join us for Shropshire's classical music festival and make the 9th of the 9th a Night to Remember!

This is a unique opportunity to enjoy some of the most popular classical music in a stunning outdoor setting amongst the serene lake, and ancient trees of Chetwynd Deer Park.

Bring the children, parents and grandparents for a relaxed afternoon and evening filled with beautiful music reminiscent of a night at the Proms. This is a great introduction to classical music, featuring local performers and some of the best talent across the country, timed to coincide with the Last Night of the Proms. 

Bring a picnic blanket and the union jack flags, or set the scene with table, chairs and a candelabra and settle in for an afternoon of inspiring music, food and fizz, all in stunning parkland which becomes magical at nightfall.

Fill a picnic hamper or buy something delicious from our hot food vendors when the sun goes down. With a gin bar, prosecco bar and craft ales bar, there is something for everyone. 

Children come free and we have activities lined up to keep them entertained, as well as plenty of space for them to stretch their legs in!

Headlining this year is the acclaimed soprano, Emily Haig, best known for her appearances at the 2017 FA Cup Final , British Grand Prix and numerous sporting events. Other performers include the award-winning Prima Wind Quintet from the prestigious Royal Northern College of Music, The Camerata of London's String Quartet, pianist David Lane who has played for numerous west end musicals, The Cosford Military Wives Choir, singer-songwriter Alexandra Jayne who recently supported James Blunt on his UK tour, The Amadeus Brass Quintet part of the world-famous Amadeus Orchestra, widely recognised as the world's foremost training orchestra and charismatic tenor, Jack Foley. The evening finishes with a very special finale, featuring favourites from the Last Night of the Proms including Rule Britannia and Land of Hope and Glory.

Join us for a relaxed afternoon and evening where families of all ages can enjoy some of the most popular classical music in a stunning setting .

Gates open 2pm, live music from 3pm.

Event finishes at 9pm. 

Ticket sales close at midnight on 8th September 2017. Tickets are not available on the day of the event or at the gate.

For a list of frequently asked questions about the event, please click here

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