Veronica Henderson (cello) Julia Seiber-Boyd (daughter of Matyas Seiber), Ian de Massini (accordion), Simon Seiber-Boyd “Well, I didn’t know what to expect but is wasn’t this” was a comment overheard after Ian de Massini in accompaniment with Veronica Henderson played the Cavendish Hall in the third of Peak Music’s five concert season. The comment highlighted […]
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 2020/2021 season is available and costs just £70 for 4 high quality concerts. Because of COVID-19 we have cancelled all concerts in the autumn of 2020. The season will start on Thursday March 11th 2021 with the renowned Brodsky Quartet.
Tickets may also be available on the door for some of our concerts, priced between £20.00 and £25.00.
We have already started to plan the 2021/22 season – this will get off to a stonking start on September 21st 2021 with the fabulous James Pearson Trio, house band at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club. Make a note in your diaries!
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 £80.
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The latest news from the Peak Music Society
Barbara Mangles has been Treasurer of Peak Music for the last ten years, and we all owe her a great debt of thanks for a sterling job well and efficiently done. Sadly, Barbara has decided to step down at the end of this financial year, May 8th, and we urgently need to find her successor. […]
The Peak Music Society held its AGM on 10th September at 6.30 pm immediately before the Classical Kicks Ensemble concert. John Foster gave a review of the previous season before Barbara Mangles presented the audited accounts for 2018/19 financial year. These showed a small surplus despite a fall in membership from 113 to 92, largely […]