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Concerts and Tickets

We strongly encourage you to buy tickets for our concerts in advance.  Tickets are not currently available, but we plan to release tickets for the March concert in January: then the guidance below will apply.

You can buy advance tickets online.  When you do that, you will be sent an e-mail acknowledging the transaction. Your name will be added to a list which will give you admission when you arrive at the concert; you won't need to download or show a ticket.  Also, about a week before the concert, you will receive an e-mail giving further details.

To buy tickets online, please use the Buy Now buttons next to the concerts below.  These buttons will open a page and you can then update the quantity to select the required number of tickets. To update the quantity, select 'Qty', adjust the number of tickets you want and then select Update; on smaller screens you will need to select 'Details' first in order to do this. Once you've bought tickets, you can, if you like, return to the Salisbury Baroque website by using the back button on your browser.

Type Standard Accompanied Child
Bought in advance £15 FREE


Tickets may also be bought on the door, if available.

Please note that we are limiting the number of tickets sold for each concert.

If you are booking for several people, we will assume that they are all in the same group and can sit together. If this is not the case, please advise us by email.

Forthcoming concerts:

Sunday 6th March 2022 at 4.00pm, St. Martin's Church, Salisbury

The Era of Baroque Music

Director/Leader, Soloist: Julia Bishop

Soloists from Salisbury Baroque
Recorder: Miranda Dodd
Bassoon: Matthew Dodd


  • Telemann - Concerto for Recorder and Bassoon in F
  • Handel - Concerto Gross op. 6 no. 12
  • Muffat - Sonata No.5 from Armonico tributo
  • Wassenaer - Concerto Armonico no. 2 

St. Martin’s Church, St. Martin's Street, Salisbury, SP1 2HY.

Link to location map and directions to St. Martin's Church

Sunday 3rd July 2022, 6.00pm, at Medieval Hall, The Close, Salisbury, SP1 2EY

Henry Fielding's Salisbury

Music from the Salisbury 1749 festival

Director/Soloist: Julia Bishop

Soprano: Abigail Hooper


  • Handel - Overture to 'Solomon'
  • Handel - Aria 'Sweet Bird' from L'Allegro, Il Penseroso for soprano with obligato flute
  • Purcell - Old Sir Simon the King —  variations for violin, cello and harpsichord
  • Henry Fielding - Two songs from Tom Jones the Opera
  • Two concertos by Geminiani, heard in Salisbury, together with a work for solo violin

Link to location map and direction to the Medieval Hall

Sunday 18 September 2022 at 4.00pm, St. Martin's Church, Salisbury

Autumn Concert

Director/Soloist: Catherine Martin 


  • Programme of English Music to be announced

St. Martin’s Church, St. Martin's Street, Salisbury, SP1 2HY

Link to location map and directions to St. Martin's Church

Salisbury Baroque's next concert is at 4pm on Sunday 6th March 2022 at St. Martins' Church, Salisbury.

Full details and details of all our concerts are on the Concerts & Tickets page.

Tickets for Salisbury Baroque's concerts are available online.  We plan to release tickets for the March concert in January.

For full details of this too, please see the Concerts & Tickets page.

Salisbury Baroque is a member and supporter of
Music In Salisbury which maintains a diary of musical events in Salisbury.