The 2014 Brecon Baroque Festival begins this Friday!

Tickets will be available on the door, but the Friday and Saturday concerts are selling fast. Please note that the Theatr Brycheiniog box office is shut on Sunday, so you need to get your tickets for the concerts on Sunday and Monday before then.

In addition to the four concerts and two dance sessions, there will be three free events for festival visitors: a walk around Brecon, a guided tour of Christ College and a pre-concert event with actor Ian Milton as Johann Sebastian Bach!

Whether you’re one of our many friends who return every year from across the UK, Europe and even the other side of the world, or if you’re considering coming to Brecon for the first time, we can assure you of a warm welcome and four days of outstanding music from the world’s leading performers in their field, with a full programme of complementary events.

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Friday 24 Oct 2014 – 7.00pm

Sing Unto The Lord!

Trinity Baroque with Brecon Baroque, directed by Julian Podger

  • Brecon Cathedral
  • Tickets: £20, £18

Saturday 25 Oct 2014 – 7.00pm

A Musical Offering

Brecon Baroque, directed by Rachel Podger

  • Theatr Brycheiniog
  • Tickets: £22, £20

Sunday 26 Oct 2014 – 2.30pm

Baroque Tea Dance

Led by Peter Brock (Dancing Master)

  • Theatr Brycheiniog
  • Tickets: £15

Sunday 26 Oct 2014 – 7.00pm

“In The Name Of Bach”

Bojan Cicic and Mahan Esfahani

  • Neuadd Goffa, Christ College
  • Tickets: £14, £12

Monday 27 Oct 2014 – 7.00pm

“Father, Son and Godfather”

Brecon Baroque Festival Orchestra and Powys Youth Orchestra

  • Theatr Brycheiniog
  • Tickets: £16, £14

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