Jill Goldsmith on Bishop's Stortford Choral Society's concert performance of Rachmaninov’s “Vespers”, the All-Night Vigil, at All Saints’ Church.
East Herts prepares to host one of the UK's hottest festivals for its 15th year this July, with more acts to be announced.
Launch of new exhibition celebrates Rhodes' rock and pop heritage and puts the Bishop's Stortford venue firmly on the UK's music map.
One of the last great rock 'n' roll promoters of our time, Alan Goldsmith, brings a retro music show celebrating the 50s and 60s to Rhodes
To coincide with VE Day 75th anniversary, family-friendly Bish Bash 2020 will be held in Sworder's Field on bank holiday Friday and Saturday May 8-9.
It is the second time 16-year-old former Hockerill Anglo-European College student Lewis Isaacs has made it to the last 10 in the national contest.
Singer-pianist Charlie Turner and guitarist Ed Anthony will be joined by singer Esther Richards for the event in the bar at Rhodes Arts Complex.
Proceeds from club's next Horn at the Half Moon session will go to Retune, whose founder Tom Ryder and chairman Greg Camburn will perform.
Zoë Phillips, ex-Bishop's Stortford College boy Luke David and Herts & Essex High student Daisy Wilcox form Sunday's bill at Horn at the Half Moon.
Richard Allaway sees Bishop's Stortford Sinfonia perform gems by a near-forgotten British female composer and Rachmaninoff's mighty second symphony.
Colin Smithers reviews a performance by the Solem String Quartet of works by Haydn, Brahms and Beethoven for the music@stansted season.
‘The Good, The Bad and The Epic’ by Saffron Walden Symphony Orchestra will feature film score favourites including Superman, Psycho and The Simpsons.