Event Details

Twelve concerts and events will be available to attend in person at venues across Pembrokeshire, commencing at Rhosygilwen Mansion on Sunday 22 August with a piano and cello recital with Jocelyn Freeman and Jamal Aliyev.

The line up of musicians for this year’s Festival include: mezzo soprano Anghard Lyddon, Royal Harpist Alis Huws, the Marmen Quartet, London Tango Quintet, Meraki Duo, Palisander Recorder Ensemble, and Radio 3 regulars Kabantu. The Festival is especially pleased to be welcoming back the acclaimed Welsh National Opera Orchestra to St. David’s Cathedral for two concerts on Friday 27 August, an afternoon matinee of works by Bach, Strauss and Haydn and an evening performance of works by Beethoven and Strauss with soloist Isabelle Peters. This will be the first occasion that many of the musicians and soloists will have performed in front of a live audience since before the pandemic.