TICKETS AVAILABLE ON THE DOOR FROM 11.30AM
VENUE CHANGE: Due to the extreme heat and the compact nature of the Leconfield Hall, Petworth Festival has been able to move Hao Zi Yoh's performance to St Mary’s Church. This is a 3 minute walk up Lombard Street (the cobbled lane) out of Market Square, north of the Leconfield Hall. The seats will be unreserved so our Stewards will be able to show you to a seat in the Nave, but please book as normal through the seating plan offered so you have a ticket. If you have any questions please telephone either 01798 344576 or 01798 343055.
For information the regular monthly Farmers' Market will
be on in Market Square on Saturday morning. Petworth will be busy so please allow a little extra time to park and
walk to St Mary's.
A long-awaited event with Malaysian pianist Hao Zi Yoh, who was originally chalked in for the 2017 festival but fell foul of visa issues. The now former Royal Academy of Music student presents a beautifully programmed sequence that includes Liszt’s B Minor Sonata and also features Chong Lim Ng’s atmospheric A Distant Voice of the Rainforest.
Albeniz Rondena from Iberia Book II
Ravel Jeux d’eau
Ravel Ondine from Gaspard de la nuit
Chong Lim Ng A Distant Voice of the Rainforest from Rimba
Liszt Sonata in B minor S.178
Generously sponsored by Deborah Godfray
Hao Zi Yoh (photo: Andreea Tufescu)