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Stour Music Festival

An event in June in Kent
All Saints Church
Boughton Aluph
Kent
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Event timing: Late June
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Founded by the counter-tenor Alfred Deller in 1962, the annual early music festival of Stour Music takes place at the end of June each year in the beautiful pilgrim church of All Saints, Boughton Aluph, situated in the heart of the Kent countryside and renowned for its superb acoustic.

For Brochure phone: 01233 812740
For Box Office phone: 01227 378188 or email.

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