Parry, Stanford, and the English Musical Renaissance.

Peter Horwood, Chairman of the Salisbury Recorded Music Society, will present a history and appreciation of some of the towering figures of the English Musical Renaissance at the end of the 19th century and beginning of the 20th, including Parry, Stanford and others, many of whom were connected to the Royal College of Music.

We meet in a classically-proportioned Georgian room that provides superb acoustics, good facilities, and convivial surroundings that present the perfect environment for the appreciation of wonderful music.  Our venue is situated in an historic building at the back of St Ann Street.  Access by car or on foot is from Friary Lane through green gates into a large, secure, private car park (where you can park for free). The room opens directly to the car park.

For further details, please call (01722) 330957, or email

19 October 2020 - 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Access via Friary Lane

Ticket Prices:
We are a membership organisation. Full membership for the year is £20. Guest passes for one evening are £3.

Tickets available from:
Treasurer, (01722) 330957, or on the door.


Event Contact
Ruth Barlow
(01722) 330957



Our well-established recorded music society meets regularly through the year. We are affiliated to the Federation of Recorded Music Societies (President - Julian Lloyd Webber)