General sale opens on Tuesday 13 April. Patrons and members priority booking begins from Wednesday 7 April. Find out more about becoming a member here
Seven brothers and sisters, all bursting with musical talent, what’s the story behind their remarkable success?
Kadiatu Kanneh-Mason, head of the most musical family in Britain, talks to Caroline Sanderson about the emotional and financial costs of raising her family in a Britain divided by class and race. The memoir looks at how these seven siblings, educated at a state comprehensive school in Nottingham, have won their places on the world’s classical music stage. A mother’s portrait of a remarkable family, this is a story of determination, camaraderie and incredible sacrifice.
Joining her on stage, for some beautiful musical interludes, will be two of her children, violinist Braimah and pianist Konya Kanneh-Mason.
Follow on Twitter: @thekannehmasons
This event will be socially distanced. Our venues were built by previous generations to house large gatherings, so they are adaptable for use adhering to socially distanced rules, with their spacious rooms and high ceilings. Further instructions of audience guidelines will be communicated closer to the festival and will adhere to the government guideline. Audience and artists’ safety is paramount. To read our COVID secure guidelines, please click here. Your tickets will be automatically allocated for social distancing, for more booking information please click here.
For more information about accessibility and how to book a personal assistant complimentary ticket, please click here
The Bath Festival At Home: This event will also be filmed and broadcast after the Festival from Friday 28 May as part of The Bath Festival at Home.
Photo credit: Jake Turney
Bath Festivals’ safety procedures have been certified by Visit Britain as ‘Good to Go’. For more information, visit their website here.