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Providing beautiful live music in The New Forest

Upcoming Concerts at Beaulieu

  • Emma Johnson: "Britain's favourite clarinettist"
    10 Jun, 19:00 – 21:00
    Beaulieu Abbey Church, Palace Lane, Beaulieu, SO42 7YG, UK
    Clarinettist Emma Johnson, described by The Times as "Britain's favourite clarinettist", has a wide repertoire including standard classical works and some jazz. Since winning the 1984 BBC Young Musician, her career has taken her all over the world playing with most of the major orchestras.
  • Korros Ensemble: Masterpiece for flute, clarinet and harp
    27 May, 19:00 – 21:00
    Beaulieu, Abbey Church, 1 Palace Ln, Beaulieu, Brockenhurst SO42 7YG, UK
    With a beautiful and unusual combination of flute, clarinet and harp, this ensemble was formed in 2001 at the Royal Academy of Music. It continues to create an exciting and fresh way of listening to beloved orchestral, chamber and solo works.
  • London Handel Players: World Class baroque chamber music
    29 Apr, 19:00 – 21:00
    Beaulieu, Abbey Church, 1 Palace Ln, Beaulieu, Brockenhurst SO42 7YG, UK
    This world class ensemble specialising in Baroque chamber music and concertos was hugely innovative during lockdown, bringing music to all via the medium of Zoom and other platforms. Now back performing live, in 2022 they toured Canada and America as well as making their debut in Spain.

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

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

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