With a heavy heart we have had to cancel our 2020 Festival. This would have been our 21st year of bringing world class music and musicians to Sarratt. Over the years we have been lucky enough to have had some of Britain’s finest performers in our village hall.

The Covid-19 epidemic has been nothing less than a disaster for performing musicians, many of whom saw their livelihoods wiped out overnight. As a gesture of goodwill towards all of our performers the Festival has made a donation to Help Musicians UK, an excellent organisation which provides financial support to performers.

If you are interested in their work please visit their website:

“Dear Sarratt Festival of Music,

I am writing to thank you for your generous donation to HelpMusicians. Owing to the Covid pandemic many musicians are looking at empty diaries for the foreseeable future but thanks to the support of people and organisations such as yours we are able to give them meaningful financial and moral support. HelpMusicians  believes that music is a vital part of our cultural life and we want to do everything possible to enable live music to return to its previous vitality as soon as possible.

Many thanks again,


Meanwhile, rest assured that we have a splendid festival planned for 2021 and we hope to see you all then.


Sarratt Festival of Music 2019 - 20th Anniversary Season

We were delighted to be celebrating 20 years of Music Festivals in Sarratt last year. The artists were our favourites from the past two decades.

On Friday 20th September the magnificent 30-voice Choir of Christ Church College Oxford returned with a concert combining the finest choral works, both ancient and modern.  Here they are in action!

On Saturday 21st September guitarist Craig Ogden brought virtuosity, eclecticism and charm to his solo programme.

A great evening - thoroughly enjoyed by all!

The following weekend began on Friday 27th September with violinists Chris Garrick, Peter Fisher and friends re-creating the legendary musical partnership of Stephane Grappelli and Yehudi Menuhin. Our pic shows the two maestros with Alec Dankworth bass and Tom Hooper drums. It was a truly marvellous concert ---

On Saturday 28th September Sarratt Festival of Music patron John Lill CBE closed theFestival with a concert of solo piano works including Schumann and Beethoven. For this very special Gala Concert we invited the audience to join the John and the committee members afterwards for champagne............


Champagne! ............

Thanks to everyone - especially to John Lill, and our wonderful audiences for 20 years support!