See below for our current and upcoming events.
The Festival opens with a family concert from 6-7pm, directed by Oliver Tarney, respected animateur and composer.
This late-night, candlelit concert promises to be an atmospheric delight by Alis Huws, official Harpist to HRH The Prince of Wales.
Workshops run all morning from 11am until 12.30pm exploring the wonderful work of bees at Ty’r Pererin on Quickwell Hill.
St Davids Cathedral Choristers perform a concert of non-sacred music demonstrating their versatility away from the pews with songs by ABBA, David Lawrence and Randy Newman.
Workshops run all afternoon from 1.30pm to 3pm exploring the wonderful work of bees at Erw Dewi in the Cathedral Close.
The internationally renowned artist discusses his new commission for Ancient Connections, which will be installed on the north bank in the Cathedral Close.
One of Britain’s most outstanding period instrument ensembles play a scintillating programme of J S Bach’s most famous chamber music, including the Brandenburg Concertos and the&nb
A pre-concert talk with the celebrated organist, in conversation with Artistic Director, Simon Pearce at Ty’r Pererin on Quickwell Hill.
‘One of the finest organists of our time’ (The Organ), Moult, who is also Head of Organ Studies at Birmingham Conservatoire, makes his debut appearance at this year’s Festival playing a programme o