Music in Pembrokeshire
What could be grander than a classical concert in the magnificent surroundings of St Davids Cathedral or an acoustic set done in a tiny cafe overlooking the sea in Tenby?
There are international music festivals held across Pembrokeshire where the finest musicians and soloists gather to celebrate classic, and contemporary works at the St Davids Cathedral Festival and Fishguard International Music Festival.
If your passion is Blues and Jazz, you must head to the Tenby Blues Festival or to Fishguard’s Aberjazz. International artists from around the globe, pack the pubs and clubs from noon to midnight.
For lovers of folk, Fishguard is the place. As well as their Folk Festival that takes place every May, the pubs in the town and surrounding areas host informal weekly folk nights. You’ll never know who will be performing.
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The Torch Theatre is a modern and vibrant centre for the arts which prides itself on extending a warm Pembrokeshire welcome to all visitors. The Torch Theatre is Pembrokeshire’s only professional theatre venue and arts complex with an extensive programme of live events including work from their resident company as well as the latest cinema listings,[...]
Saundersfoot Harbour is a bustling fishing and leisure harbour idyllically perched between the Blue Flag beaches of Saundersfoot and Coppet Hall, and the dog-friendly Glen Beach and Swallow Tree Cove. Home to the Wales International Coastal Centre, there’s plenty to do from shopping and heritage to crabbing and water sports.
St Davids Cathedral Festival
World class music in the most beautiful city in Wales. 2022 headliners include BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Voces8 and Rachel Podger, Florilegium, Connaught Brass, the Jess Gillam Ensemble, British Sinfonietta, Morriston Orpheus Choir and the NHS Choir singing the Jubilee Prom in the Palace. Runs Friday 27 May to Sunday 5 June.
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