List of News Articles

  1. Two rows of people smiling at the camera

    Announcing our Community Ambassadors

    The Community Programme Ambassadors are a group of freelance musicians, workshop leaders, presenters and composers who support the strategy and…
  2. A person holding a saxophone in one hand and typing with the other

    Faye MacCalman: Invisible, Real

    Participants | Faye MacCalman
  3. Archive Treasures: A new production for a new concert hall

    Britten wrote his opera A Midsummer Night’s Dream to celebrate the reopening of Aldeburgh’s Jubilee Hall in June 1960 following building work. Seven…
  4. A Day in the Life of The Red House

    On a winter's day, Britten Pears Arts' Executive Director, Sarah Bardwell, pays a visit to Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears' home, and finds it…
  5. Katch an electric taxi bus to Snape Maltings

    Katch is your bookable electric bus service. It’s convenient, cost-effective, fast and green.
  6. Archive Treasures: Presentation, parking and formal address: the mechanics of a peerage

    The archive at the Red House spans all aspects of Benjamin Britten’s and Peter Pears’ lives: from high art and high society to the most mundane nuts…
  7. A Song at The Red House: 'Tell me the Truth About Love', by Benjamin Britten

    Soprano Elise Caluwaerts performs one of Britten's cabaret songs, with a witty text by WH Auden. Accompanied by Lucy Walker on Britten's Steinway piano…
  8. Creating a finale

    The Community Programme Ambassadors are a group of freelance musicians, workshop leaders, presenters and composers who support the strategy and…
  9. Gordon Crosse Tribute

    Gordon Crosse, 1 December 1937 – 21 November 2021 Composer Gordon Crosse’s later appearances at the Aldeburgh Festival were…
  10. A Song at The Red House: 'The Foggy, Foggy Dew' by Benjamin Britten

    The wonderful bass singer Matthew Rose dropped in to the Red House Library in the summer, and sang one of Britten's most well-known and well-loved…
  11. Britten and Malcolm Arnold

    Sir Malcolm Arnold’s links with Aldeburgh are recorded in the Archive collections and his centenary year is an appropriate occasion to focus on some of…
  12. Four trombones and Owen Wingrave

    The Britten Pears Young Artist Programme will be 50 in 2022. One of our new 2021-22 Britten Pears Young Artists, Josh Cirtina,…