The Leith Hill Musical Festival
The Competition Day of the Leith Hill Musical Festival is the focus of Oxshott's choral season. The Festival was established in 1905
by Margaret Vaughan Williams, sister of the famous composer, and Evangeline Farrer, and it's aim now as then is to promote and
facilitate choral singing in the villages and towns of Surrey. As well as the Competition, ususally held in April, there is a Singing Day
for Youth Choirs, and a performance of either Handel's Messiah or one of the Bach Passions in March, open to all singers.
Click here to see a Guide to the Festival