Mary’s Performances

If you would like to book Mary for a performance, please fill in your details on the contact form.

You can also find details of some of Mary’s previous performances here.

Upcoming Performances

7.30, Watford Grammar School for Boys, Watford WD18 7JF

Orchestral works by Rossini, Vaughan Williams and Berlioz’s Symphonie Fantastique.

For tickets and more information, please visit the orchestral website here.

From 7pm onwards West Lodge Park, Cockfosters Road, Hadley Wood, Herts. EN4 0PY

The evening includes a three course meal and time to discuss the music with the quartet. The programme will include works by Bach, Gershwin and film-score composer Gavin Greenaway.

For tickets, please visit the hotel’s ‘Special Events’ page on their website by clicking here.

7.30pm Brodick Hall, Isle of Arran, Scotland.

More information and tickets from the Arran Music website here.

5pm, Bridgewater Hall, Manchester

Sir Mark, the Hallé and an outstanding cast of singers end the season in magnificent style with a two-night concert performance of Wagner’s mammoth opera Siegfried, the third part of the Ring cycle. Based on ancient Nordic sagas, the Ring is a timeless moral drama concerned with love, power and corruption, a vast fable that is as relevant today as ever.

Click here for tickets and more information.

6pm, Bridgewater Hall, Manchester

In Siegfried, Wagner’s eponymous hero forges a mighty sword, slays the dragon Fafner, goes on to possess the cursed Ring and releases the sleeping Brünnhilde from her fiery mountain-top exile. Wagner’s use of musical leitmotifs as an integral part of the story is simply enthralling, while the glorious orchestral prelude that open Act III is hugely impressive in its own right.

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6.30pm St Congar’s Church, Badgworth, Axbridge, Somerset

More details coming soon!

4pm, Usher Hall, Edinburgh

Wagner’s epic opera Siegfried performed by the Halle Orchestra with Sir Mark Elder conducting.

7.30pm The Sage, Gateshead, NE8 2JR

Benjamin Britten’s epic masterpiece performed by the Mowbray Orchestra, conducted by Xenophon Kelsey and John Forsyth with the Cleveland Philharmonic Choir and Newcastle Choral Society.

For tickets and more information, please visit the choir website here.