The Queens’ Six, an a capella group whose members make up part of the Lay Clerks of St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle, gave an outstanding vocal performance to the Peak Music audience at the last concert of this season. Demonstrating the highest musical standards that would be expected of a group who regularly sing […]
Welcome to the Peak Music Society
The Peak Music Society is a flourishing music society based at the Cavendish Hall at Edensor on the Chatsworth Estate.
Our members enjoy a series of high quality chamber concerts throughout the autumn and spring each year.
Membership for the 2022-23 season is now available for £90. We will be serving wine and canapés after the Sunday afternoon concert in March. Please note that this concert will start at 4.30pm.
Tickets may also be available to book by clicking here or on the door for some of our concerts, priced at £25. Email email@example.com or call 01629 640482 for further details or help in booking.
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A leading music society
Recognised for hosting some of the finest musicians in the country.
Cavendish Hall is in the village of Edensor on the glorious Chatsworth Estate.
Accessible for all
Enjoy five extraordinary classical concerts for an annual fee of just £90.
Some of our recent recitals
The latest news from the Peak Music Society
Peak Music’s fifth concert of this season featured the Metamorphoses Trio, a truly international grouping of British-American clarinettist, Jean Johnson, Dutch viola player, Roeland Jagers and Russian pianist, Ilona Timchenko. Whilst their musicianship was without doubt excellent, the programme choices perhaps, like themselves, painted a picture of these challenging times with its blend of harmonious […]
“It brought tears to my eyes” was the reaction of one long-standing Peak Music Society member to Kammerphilharmonie Europa’s exquisitely performed Bach’s much-loved Double Violin Concerto, with soloists Pavel Zuzanski and Andrei Sur passing the baton seamlessly as each in turn took the lead. It’s been a long time since the formality of white tie […]