Instruments in the collection are used in concerts during the summer and autumn.
Concerts are held in the original Music Room of the house, designed by Sir Reginald Blomfield in 1903.
During the mid-summer break in the concert programme, July, August & September, the Music Room is displayed as a Composer Museum.

Booking information

To Book Tickets for any of our concerts please download our booking form, complete the form and send with SAE and a cheque made payable to the details below:

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17 March concert and 19 March music tour are arranged in collaboration with Guildford International Music Festival
For ticket prices see individual events.

Date/Time Event Link
Kristian Bezuidenhout 09/04/2015
Kristian Bezuidenhout – piano, Mozart

Sonata in F, K332
Sonata in D, K284
Adagio in F, K. Anh 206
Sonata in B flat, K333

Gwendolyn Mok 15/04/2015
Gwendolyn Mok – piano, Brahms, Ravel

6 Pieces, Op. 118
Sérénade grotesque
Pavane pour une infante défunte

Geoffrey Govier 22/04/2015
Geoffrey Govier – piano, Mozart

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Alec Cobbe 28/04/2015
Alec Cobbe – picture tour

From Shakespeare’s ‘Master-Mistress’ to an Indian Begum – Family Portraits at Hatchlands

Elizabeth Walker 29/04/2015
Elizabeth Walker – flute, Richard Shaw – piano

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Royal Academy of Music Baroque Ensemble 06/05/2015
Royal Academy of Music Baroque Ensemble

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Elizabeth Jacquet de la Guerre, composer 07/05/2015
The Bach Players - An Italian in Paris

Nicolette Moonen & Oliver Webber – violins
Reiko Ichise – viola da gamba, Silas Wollston – harpsichord

Royal College of Music Students 13/05/2015
Royal College of Music Historical Performance Department

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Li-Chun Su 20/05/2015
Li-Chun Su – piano

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Paolo Zanzu 21/05/2015
Paolo Zanzu – piano, Schubert

4 Impromptus, D935
16 Deutsche Tänze and 2 Ecossaises, D783
Sonata in A minor, D845

Emma Abbate 27/05/2015
Emma Abbate & Julian Perkins – piano, four hands

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Guildhall Cantata Ensemble 03/06/2015
Guildhall Cantata Ensemble

Directed by James Johnstone. Guildhall Cantata Ensemble present a colourful programme of Latin American 18th-century music taken from manuscripts in Peru, Sucre, Lima, Bogota, Quito and Puebla. Performed by voices, violins, recorders, guitar, harpsichord and percussion.

Florilegium Trio 04/06/2015
Florilegium Trio

Bach – Organ Trio sonata in G, BWV 525 (arr. Florilegium)
Handel – Suite in A minor for solo harpsichord
Bach – Sonata in D for viola da gamba and harpsichord, BWV 1028
Bach – Sonata in B minor for flute and obligato harpsichord, BWV 1030
Abel – Sonata in G for viola da gamba
Handel – Sonata in E minor for flute and continuo, HWV 359

Catalina Vicens 10/06/2015
Catalina Vicens – harpsichord & virginals

Marchetto Cara – Per dolor mi bagno il viso
Claudio Veggio – Ricercare di Claudio Veggio
Cavazzoni – Plus ne regres
Tromboncino – Amor quando fioriva la mia speme
Cavazzoni – Madame vous avez mon coeur
Antonio Valente – Fantasia I
Antonio Valente – Sortemplus, Disminuita
Picchi – Toccata
Byrd – Preludium
Bull – Galiardo XIV
Anon. – Ages Youth
Farnaby – Alman
Farnaby – Put up thy dagger Jemmy
Farnaby – Lord Zouche’s Mask
Gibbons – Lord Salisbury’s Pavan
Gibbons – The Queenes Command (Parthenia)

Alina Ibragimova 23/06/2015
Alina Ibragimova – violin, Carole Cerasi – Ruckers harpsichord, JS Bach

Sonata No. 4 in C minor, BWV 1017
Cantabile in G, BWV 1019a
Sonata No. 1 in B minor, BWV 1014
Sonata No. 2 in A, BWV 1015
Sonata No. 6 in G, BWV 1019

John Crockatt 24/06/2015
John Crockatt – violin, Tom Foster – harpsichord

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Geoffrey Govier 01/07/2015
Geoffrey Govier – piano, Mozart

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Geoffrey Govier 02/07/2015
Geoffrey Govier – piano, Mozart

Geoffrey Govier will perform the 1 July programme again,
if there is sufficient demand for tickets.

Joseph Tong 08/07/2015
Joseph Tong – piano

Chopin – Fantasy in F minor, Op. 49
Sibelius – 5 Romantic Pieces, Op. 101
Schumann – Fantasie in C, Op. 17

The Waterloo concert 14/07/2015
The Waterloo Concert

J.D. Bomtempo – March of Lord Wellington
Dussek – Sonata in B flat, Op. 24 (solo piano)
Ferd. Paer-Grand Sonata in A (dedicated to Empress Marie-Louise, 1810)
Beethoven – Marches for piano, 4 hands, Op. 45
Joseph Woelfl – Sonata in G, Op. 25, No. 2
J.W. Wilms – The Battle of Waterloo, Op. 43 (extract)
Nathaniel Gow – The Waterloo Strathspey and Reel
Beethoven – Wellington’s Victory, or The Battle at Vittoria, Op. 91

Lunchtime recitals

Last approximately one hour.

Evening concerts

Last approximately two hours with one interval
during which juice and wine are served.


Wheelchair access available. Please advise in advance.
Please note that tickets cannot be exchanged nor money refunded.
Tickets to recitals and concerts do not include free admittance to the house.
We reserve the right to refuse admission and change the programme without notice.
It may not always be possible to admit latecomers to the Music Room.

Stiletto heels should not be worn.