Chamber Musicians' Concert Series

Platform I: Friday 1 March

Platform II : Tuesday 5 March

Platform III: Thursday 7 March

Recital Room    6.15pm
Admission FREE   Book a place

Sevenoaks School has acquired a formidable reputation in the South East in the field of chamber music.  Regular finalists in Pro Corda’s annual national Chamber Music Festival for Schools, Sevenoaks School presents three evenings dedicated to music for the small ensemble and featuring the work of some sixty pupils in the school.


Sevenoaks and Tonbridge Concert Band and Kemsing Singers present

Joint Spring Concert

Saturday 9 March
Pamoja Hall    7.30pm
Tickets £8 (£1 U18s)    Book tickets

Sevenoaks and Tonbridge Concert Band join forces with the Kemsing Singers to bring you an exciting programme to suit all tastes, in aid of The Silas Pullen Fund.


Their programme will include Danzon No.2 by Marquez, Handel's Zadok the Priest, compilations from musicals and opera such as Chess, Phantom of the Opera, Verdi choruses and much, much more.

Musical Directors  Ian Harby and Sara Kemsley.


Piano Showcase

Aesthesia and Anaesthesia

Tuesday 12 March
Recital Room   7.30pm
Admission Free but should be booked   Book a place

At a time of momentous change and incessant social media, should we retreat from reality or confront it? Students will be exploring contemporary ambient piano music, crossing boundaries between the minimalist and the experimental.

The soothing and numbing music of Ludovico Einaudi and Yiruma might be the narcotic we yearn for in anxious times. But is anodyne music the solution? Can composers like Cornelius Cardew awaken our senses and prompt us to see more clearly the pressing realities of the world around us?

This concert will include hits such as Nuvole Bianche and River flows in you, followed by a performance of the thought-provoking experimental work The Great Learning by Cornelius Cardew, which is based on the eponymous ancient Confucian text. 

Brian Eno’s Music for Airports will be played all day in the Foyer


Music at Sevenoaks present

Sevenoaks Swings

Wednesday 13 March   
Pamoja Hall   7.30pm
Tickets £7   Book Tickets

The jazz music that has come out of Sevenoaks School in recent years has been astonishing.  Come and hear large ensembles, such as the Sevenoaks School Big Band and the popular choir ‘Voices’ in our annual end of Lent term celebration Sevenoaks Swings.


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St John Passion

Friday 15 March
Pamoja Hall   7.30pm
Tickets £7  Book tickets

The Sevenoaks School Choral Society and Parents’ Choir come together under the baton of Michael Heighway in a performance of Bach’s Easter masterpiece The St John Passion. They will be supported by Ruairi Bowen, the critically acclaimed young tenor, who has acquired a stunning reputation for his performances of Bach’s music and for his interpretation of the evangelist in Bach’s Passions in particular.


Music at Sevenoaks present

William Sevenoke Memorial Concert

Monday 25 March
Pamoja Hall   7.30pm
Tickets £7   Book tickets

The Sevenoaks School senior students come together in a concert which celebrates the school’s senior classical musicians. Join us for performances from the school’s renowned Sennocke Consort and Senior Girls’ Ensemble, the string and wind bands as well as the school’s Symphony Orchestra, who will conclude the concert with a performance of Tchaikovsky’s Marche Slave.