May 2022 Festival – Applications OPEN!

We are delighted to announce that the Pennine Spring Music Festival will return in May 2022! It will run from 30th May – 4th June and we do hope that you will join us. Members both old and…

2022 Festival plans

Dear Members and Friends,

June 2021 Festival postponed

It is with huge regret and disappointment that we are having to postpone the festival in June 2021. After consulting the Government “roadmap” and also checking the guidance from Making Music, it has become apparent that although we…

2021 festival programme announced

Despite ongoing restrictions, we are thrilled to announce that we hope to run a festival in 2021 – albeit shorter than usual. We’re planning to run a three day event with separate rehearsals for choir and orchestra between…

2020 Online Festival Activities

Next week would have been the beginning of PSM 2020 and although the idea of us gathering on Monday in Heptonstall is somewhat hard to imagine at the moment, we thought it was important to mark the occasion…

2020 Festival postponed to 2021

It is with great sadness that the committee have decided we have no choice but to cancel PSM 2020 in the light of the current guidance about the national response to the Covid-19 pandemic. We intend to run…

Announcing our soloist for Beethoven No.3: Elda Laro

We are pleased to announce our soloist for Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 3:  Elda Laro One of the most versatile artists of her generation As a conductor, pianist, chamber musician, harpsichordist and accompanist, the child prodigy from Scutari,…


Applications for PSM 2020 are now open! Apply here to join our choir or orchestra:

Applications open 5th October!

APPLICATIONS for PSM 2020 open on Saturday 5th October 2019. Apply early to avoid disappointment!!

2020 programme announced!

Just announced: the provisional programme for PSM 2020! Not only will we be marking Beethoven’s 250th anniversary in style, we will also be performing fabulous music from Rutter, to Mendelssohn and  Shostakovitch!   For full details, see: