The Sarratt Festival of Music takes place every year over the last two weekends of September in Sarratt Village Hall, Hertfordshire and since its inception in 2000, has gone from strength to strength, attracting the very best in high-profile, eclectic musical talent and highlighting Sarratt as a vibrant, thriving village community.
The Festival features some of the very best classical and contemporary music in the UK and features well-known as well as up-and-coming artists, all selected to entertain audiences whatever their musical tastes. Past performers have included Emma Johnson, The London Community Gospel Choir, Catherine Bott, John Suchet, Timothy West and our patron, John Lill. Click here to find out more about Sarratt’s previous Festivals.
This year's festival (2013) included Paul Lewis (piano), Chris Garrick's Budapest Cafe Orchestra, the Hilliard Ensemble and the David Pyatt Horn Trio.We believe in the value of top quality musical performances and maintain that great art lifts the spirits and binds us together as a community. To maintain our principles of accessibility and a warm welcome to all, ticket costs are kept at an affordable level and the Festival welcomes faces old and new alike.