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The Beverley Early Music Festival was initiated in 1988 at the request of Beverley Borough Council and has been supported by East Riding of Yorkshire Council since 1994.

The festival is designed to celebrate the best of early music set within some of Yorkshire's finest ecclesiastical venues - most notably Beverley Minster and St Mary's Church, Beverley.

The Festival has been directed from the outset by Delma Tomlin who was initially engaged by the local authority and subsequently by the York Early Music Foundation the registered charity responsible for the National Centre for Early Music.  The Festival is supported by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council, Arts Council England and a variety of trust funds, corporate sponsors and individuals.  Please see below for brochures relating to the 2010 festival to the present day.

Click the thumbnail above to view the brochure online or download from the link below
Beverley Early Music Festival 2014 Brochure.pdf
To see some of the images from the 2014 Beverley Early Music Festival click here

To re-live the success of the 2013 Festival and to see the film of the educational residency with students from Beverley Grammar and Girls' High School working with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and the University of York. Click here

Pictures and video about Games in the Park - presented as part of the 2012 Cultural Festival leading into the London Olympics can be viewed here