MALDON festival has confirmed its finale weekend after it being rescheduled due to Covid-19...and guests will enjoy extra entertainment.

This year’s finale weekend, rescheduled from July due to Covid, will take place from Friday to Sunday on September 17-19.

In addition to the final concert of Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms featuring the Choir of St Mary’s, Maldon, accompanied by the new organ, two extra items have been added to create a festival weekend.

There will be a concert of music for violin and organ, given by Krassimira Jeliazkova-Jones and Colin Baldy, featuring the famous Adagio by Albinoni alongside music by Bach.

There is also a special choral evensong given by the St James' Singers of Colchester, under their conductor Philip Prior.

The full programme is:

  • Violin and organ recital on Friday, September 17, at 7.30pm
  • Bernstein's Chichester Psalms on Saturday, September 18
  • Free lunchtime organ recital given by Matthew Foster at 1pm on Sunday, September 19
  • Festival Choral Evensong with the St James’s Singers of Colchester at 6pm on Sunday (September 19)

The events will be held at St Mary’s Church.

Tickets already purchased for July will be valid but new tickets and full details of the programme can be found at