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Music at Jopes Mill 2021

A weekend of amazing classical and folk music in the beautiful riverside garden setting at Jopes Mill

Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th July

4.00pm to 8.00pm each day

Bring your own picnic, relax by the river, enjoy some great music

Covid 19 arrangements

Following the government announcement regarding the delay in relaxing lockdown arrangements we have reduced the available tickets to allow for social distancing.  

Featuring ....

  • The Finn Collinson Band

  • Equinox Ensemble

  • Duo Lamorniana

  • Molendini String Quartet

  • Jopes Music 2021 Ensemble

Music by Mozart, Pärt, Faure, Saint-Saëns, Beethoven, Barber, and much much more.

Follow the valley music trail and find music in suprising places!

Ending on the Sunday evening with Handel's Water Music by the waterlily lake.

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Duo Lamorniana

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The Music Valley Trail

A musical sculpture garden!

Wander around the riverside garden and woodlands, finding live music around every corner.  Ancient music, modern music, improvised music ... stay a while or move on to the next.

The Jopes Music 2021 Ensemble

Violins: John Parsons and Philip Montgomery-Smith

Viola: Ricarda Schmidt

Cellos: Clare Sprenger and Lucy Beach

Bass: Michael Allnatt

Flute: Rebecca Rouch

Oboes:  Tamsin Robinson and Emma Beach

Clarinets: Victoria Loram and Michael Madigan

Horns: Jaqueline Kershaw and Lizzie Baumberg

Bassoons: Sally Bartholomew and Daria Phillips

Conductor: Nick Beach



Equinox Ensemble

Duo Lamorniana and Friends 

Valley Music Trail

Finn Collinson Band


Wind Octets by Mozart and Part

Music for viola and piano

Valley Music Trail

Molendini String Quartet

Handel Water Music by the waterlily lake

Numbers are limited so tickets are available in advance only - click here to buy tickets (NB no tickets available on the day).  Ticket prices per day: car with passengers: £20, on foot or by bike £10pp, under 16 free.  

Bring your picnic and whatever you would like to sit on.  It is a very informal event and you are welcome to eat as you listen. 

Parking: the car park for the event is a half mile easy and beautiful walk away down the valley.  We have a few spaces on site reserved for those with mobility issues - if you need one of these please email us.

The event will go ahead in wet weather, although the programme may change.  Other circumstance (e.g. positive Covid tests) may impact on programme order and content.

Find us here.


Education and Outreach

In the days around the MJM21 weekend some of the performers will be leading workshops in local primary schools.  This work is supported by Cornwall Music Education Hub

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