Artistic innovation and musical discovery
Established over 35 years ago in the former county town of Radnorshire, the Presteigne Festival has become a focal-point for those seeking musical innovation and artistic discovery amidst the beauty of the Welsh Marches.
Internationally renowned for its commissioning of new work, support of living composers and with a long tradition for the encouragement of talented young artists, the organisation works closely with composers and performers to create and curate inspiring events for an ever-widening Festival audience and brings experience-broadening opportunities to its host community.
The Presteigne Festival takes place each August, with six music-filled days spanning the Bank Holiday period. Well-known for presenting a fresh, carefully balanced combination of contemporary music, twentieth-century classics and masterpieces from the standard repertoire, the Festival also continues to develop a wide-ranging programme of supporting events which features film, literature and exhibitions presented in association with the Sidney Nolan Trust.
- The programme of events for Presteigne Digital 2020, the Presteigne Festival’s online festival, has been announced. Though something of a mammoth operation for the organisation, performances were absolutely outstanding during the recordings last month – …Read More »