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Providing beautiful live music in The New Forest

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Upcoming Concerts at Beaulieu

  • Sarah Bolter & ‘Sax in the City’
    13 Aug, 19:00 – 21:00
    Beaulieu Abbey Church, Palace Lane, Beaulieu, SO42 7YG, UK
    This energetic London based quintet offer a wide range of accessible jazz. Led by vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Sarah Bolter, their repertoire features a variety of styles from American standards to some jazzy twists on more modern popular songs.
  • Hogarth Quartet
    17 Sept, 19:00 – 21:00
    Beaulieu Abbey Church, Palace Lane, Beaulieu, SO42 7YG, UK
    Composed of current and past scholarship-holding musicians from the Royal College of Music, this quartet specialise in classical and romantic music played on authentic instruments – using period style bows, gut strings and tuning at 430Hz. A programme of music by Beethoven, Mendelssohn & Schubert.
  • Sam Haywood + Nova Foresta Classical Players
    08 Oct, 19:00 – 21:00
    Beaulieu Abbey Church, Palace Lane, Beaulieu, SO42 7YG, UK
    Virtuoso pianist Sam Haywood joins with this local professional orchestra to perform Rachmaninov’s epic Piano Concerto No 2. The concert will also feature Tchaikovsky’s timeless 5th Symphony.

Music at Beaulieu is a charitable trust, run entirely by volunteers, arranging around 11 concerts each year for the enjoyment of the population of the New Forest and adjacent areas. 

The aim is to provide a wide range of wonderful music at reasonable cost, from classical to jazz, offering a great platform for young as well as established world-class musicians to showcase their skills.

Read more about the charity

Snapshot of Nova Foresta Classical Players performing at Beaulieu, October 2020

Venue address

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How to find us?

Turn in through the white gate opposite the river then turn right again to park in the meadow.

You cannot get to the Abbey Church via the entrance to the Beaulieu Motor Museum. If you find your self there, turn around and turn left towards Beaulieu, turn left again and keep left until the river appears on your right.
Then enter through the white gate opposite the river, and right again to park in the meadow