A Musical Feast in July.

Fishguard International Music Festival 2017

Fishguard International Music Festival Announces 2017 Programme

Taking place at a variety of venues across north Pembrokeshire, the 2017 Fishguard International Music Festival will take place from 24 July – 4 August.

Highlights of this year’s festival include a performance of the complete Bach Brandenburg Concertos by Welsh National Opera Orchestra; a recital by 2015 Leeds International Piano Competition winner, Anna Tsybelva; a welcome return by the Gould Piano Trio performing a new work by Mark Simpson and the first visit to Wales by The Hermes Experiment.

This year’s festival includes two visits by Welsh National Opera Orchestra.  In addition to the performance of where to stay in Pembrokeshire Fishguard International Music Festival 2017the complete Bach Brandenburg Concertos at Neaudd y Dderwen, Rhosygilwen (28 July), the orchestra will give a concert at St Davids Cathedral (26 July) with Peter Donohoe as soloist for Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No 1.  Further orchestral concerts will be given by the European Union Chamber Orchestra at St Mary’s Church, Haverfordwest (24 July) and the National Youth Orchestra of Wales under the baton of Carlo Rizzi at St Davids Cathedral (4 August).

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Pembrokeshire Culture Club – Literature Wales Project

Meetup : Pembrokeshire Culture Club The place to find like minded people who share their enjoyment of Theatre, Cinema, Music – Live Performance, Festivals, Writing, Poetry, Dance, Beach Life & … Read more…

Dinner & Live Music for 2

Announcing the Winner of our Subscribers Prize Draw which took place on 22nd October to win:

2 tickets for Dinner & Live music – Rosey Cale

Delfryn Holiday Cottages, Nine Wells, Nr Solva on November 4th.

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Unearthed In A Field 2016

revellers at Unearthed In A Field

This year’s Unearthed In A Field festival at Cerbid, near Solva was as good as…. 

Here are some of our highlights. Click the title to come inside for more videos.

If you can make it to only one festival in a year, make it this one in the heart of Pembrokeshire.

“Celebrating the expansion of consciousness from the material to the ethereal” – Tim Rees of Unearthed In A Field.

 

There will be a gallery added soon.

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Pembrokeshire Culture Club

Meetup - Pembrokeshire Culture Club

Do you enjoy the arts and culture? Would you like to meet up with like-minded people and share these interests? Pembrokeshire Culture Club could be for you… Open to any … Read more…

Cuffern Manor bring ‘Calan’ to Pembrokeshire

Gwdihŵ Shoes - CALAN

Credit and a BIG shout out to Julian and his team at Cuffern Manor for bringing the band Calan to close their UK autumn tour in Pembrokeshire.

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Despite the challenge of recent fire damage at the manor the show will go on at the alternative venue, Roch Community Hall on December 3rd at 7:30 p.m.

NEW ALBUM RELEASED 2015 –

FLAMING REELS AND A TALE OF TWO DRAGONS

Celtic music from Wales.

Fiddles, guitar, accordion, bagpipes and step dancing explode into life as Calan perform songs and tunes from their album-Dinas. Infectious guitar rhythms and high voltage routines give way to beautiful and haunting songs as they begin touring throughout 2015 to celebrate their latest release. Amongst the traditional Welsh melodies and brand new original material, they breathe fire into the folk tale of Merlin and The Two Dragons: A song that tells the story of why there is a dragon on the Welsh flag.

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