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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 2023-24 season is now available for £90 (£20 for those in full-time education). We will be serving wine and canapés after the Sunday afternoon concert in March. Please note that this concert will start at 4.30pm. Full details of the concerts can be found by clicking here.

You can click here to download a membership application form, or for enquiries about membership email .

Tickets may also be available to book by clicking here or on the door for some of our concerts, priced at £25. Email or call 01629 640482 for further details or help in booking.

Scroll down to listen to some short excerpts from recent recitals.

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A leading music society

Recognised for hosting some of the finest musicians in the country.

Stunning location

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

Latest News

The latest news from the Peak Music Society

¡Ole! Peak Music audience spellbound by Katona Twins’ Spanish Night

The Katona Twins, Péter and Zoltán, delivered a bravura performance at the Cavendish Hall for the Peak Music Society on 7th November. The sheer range of their technique was dazzling and the programme for their Spanish night gave full rein to its expression. It was a real eye-opener for those unfamiliar with the classical guitar […]

Jervaulx Singers Opera Delight!

The Jervaulx singers were founded by Charlie Gower-Smith and Jenny Blanco – both having worked in the Arts for many years. Charlie also runs the Chapter House Youth Choir in North Yorkshire, the Thirsk Sinfonia Orchestra, Voices at the Rivers Edge Youth Choir at the Sage Gateshead, and the Hallé Youth Choir. Based in the […]

From soft and gentle to triumphant and thrilling

An empty stage and ethereal music coming from the back of the hall was the unusual, but captivating opening for the first concert in the new Peak Music season, featuring the trombone quartet Bones Apart. Fittingly, for an all-female group, the evening’s programme celebrated influential women throughout the ages, be they composers, artists or historical […]