The Concert Programme

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  • Saturday 14th July

    Imperial (Nelson) Mass - Haydn.

    Cantorion John S. Davies Singers.

    In Partnership with Llandeilo Town Council
    Further Information - here.
  • Sunday 15th July

    The Festival Singers (Director: Gordon Kilby).

    Address: The Reverend Michael Sadler (Vicar).

    Hannah Stone (Harp)

    In Association with The National Trust
    Further Information - here.
  • Monday 16th July

    Alis Huws (Harp)

    Carys Gittins (Flute)

    Further Information - here.

    Natalie Clein (Cello).

    Further Information - here.
  • Tuesday 17th July

    Quartet 19 (Percussion)

    Further Information - here.

    Ladies Of Jazz

    Annette Gregory & Her Band

    In Partnership with The Cawdor
    Further Information - here.
  • Wednesday 18th July

    Gerald Jones (Piano)

    Further Information - here.

    Allegri String Quartet

    With Leon Bosch (Double Bass) and Peter Donohoe (Piano)

    In Partnership with Michael Barclay
    Further Information - here.
  • Thursday 19th July

    Gerald Jones (Piano) Alasdair Gunneberg (Cello) Finlay Gunneberg (Cello)

    Further Information - here.

    Peter Donohoe (Piano)

    Further Information - here.
  • Friday 20th July

    Huw Tregelles Williams (Organ)

    Further Information - here.
    Further Information - here.

    Ben Johnson (Tenor) Tom Primrose (Piano)

  • Saturday 21st July

    Luke Jones (Piano)

    Further Information - here.

    The Last Words of St. David Cantorion Eilir Owen Griffiths

    In Partnership with Jean and Huw Jones & TRJ (Betws)
    In Partnership with University of Wales Trinity St. David
    Further Information - here.

Other Events

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  • The St. Teilo's Gospels Exhibition
    The beautifully illuminated Biblical Manuscript belonged to the religious community founded by St. Teilo in Llandeilo Fawr between the 8th and 10th centuries. Records made in the margins at that time are the earliest surviving examples of written Welsh and are a fascinating insight into Medieval Wales.

    No Admittance during concerts.
  • The Tywi Valley Open Studios Arts Trail
    This has become a very successful annual event, during which various artists and craftspeople will be opening their studios and homes to the public, free of charge. In addition there will be an Art Exhibition on the 21st July - 11 August, at Fountain Fine Art, Rhosmaen Street, which will showcase the work contributed by the various artists.

    For more information: www.tywivalleyopenstudios.wales
    A free Studio Guide will be available in many local shops and other outlets.
  • Children's Festival

    Musicians of the Welsh National Opera. Quartet 19 (Percussion).

    Venues: Ysgol Teilo Sant, Ysgol Gynradd Ffairfach and Llandeilo Primary School.

    Story Time.

    This is a Welsh Language event in partnership with Menter Bro Dinefwr.
    For further information - Tel: 01558 825336.