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‘How lucky we are! Every summer we have the opportunity to present world class music against the stunning backdrop of North Pembrokeshire. The combination of glorious music and magical settings makes for a memorable experience – for audiences and musicians alike.’ Held Late July - Early August.

* Fishguard International Music Festival
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‘The “Music at Llanstadwell” project has three main aims: to put on live quality music, to provide a platform for young local musicians and to develop live music that is accessible to all, across church and community ... Music for a Summer Evening is a series of 6 concerts that take place on summer Sunday evenings, once a month, at 6 o'clock. The concerts last between 45 minutes and an hour, with refreshments afterwards, served in the Vicarage garden, or in the church if the weather is inclement. Other recitals and performances crop up along the way so keep checking ... Llanstadwell is a small village, parish and community in south Pembrokeshire, Wales, on the north bank of the River Cleddau between Milford Haven and Neyland.’

* Music at Llanstadwell
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'A small, friendly and relaxed course for adult amateur string players of any level. A maximum of sixteen participants play alongside our excellent tutors in quartets, trios, & quintets. During the course you work intensively on a piece with the option to perform it informally on the final morning of our chamber music summer school.' Held Mid August.

* Nantwen Chamber Music Summer School
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‘The only a cappella festival in Wales. Presented annually ... we celebrate the extraordinary diversity of singing without instruments and the stunning art of A Cappella with a weekend of singing, performances, and workshops in Narberth.’ Held Early May.

* Narberth A Cappella Voice Festival
Visits to the Website139
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‘Pembrokeshire County Council's Music Service is committed to supporting and enhancing the work of schools in bringing the experience and enjoyment of music making to the young people of the County. The service provides:- specialist tuition on a wide range of instruments and voice; advice on the hire and purchase of musical instruments through Assisted Purchase Scheme; access to County Music Library; a network of performing opportunities at primary, secondary and County levels.‘

* Pembrokeshire Music Service
Visits to the Website30
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Launched in 1979: ‘For ten days annually in May and June the Cathedral is host to a feast of classical and contemporary music concerts.’ Held Late May - Early June.

* St David's Cathedral Festival
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Forthcoming Concerts and Recitals

‘Continues to provide a varied, stimulating and entertaining late summer programme in this pretty seaside town in Pembrokeshire, West Wales ... Talks on many subjects, classic and jazz music, drama, art workshops all contribute to a balanced and enjoyable week.’ Held Late September.

* Tenby Arts Festival
Visits to the Website55
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’A whole weekend of fabulous national and international Blues in the beautiful Pembrokeshire coastal town of Tenby.’ Held Mid November.

* Tenby Blues Festival
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Bella Voce is a four part ladies vocal group based in Pembrokeshire, Wales. We were brought together in 2013 ... We have a large range of repertoire and perform many genres of music from classical to pop to jazz ... We're available to be hired for concerts, weddings or other special occasions.’

+ Bella Voce
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‘A ladies choir based in Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire with Members from across the County, from as far and wide as Fishguard and Amroth. Our Musical Director ... has helped us to develop an exciting and varied repertoire of contemporary, classical and sacred music which the Cantabile performs at venues throughout Pembrokeshire and beyond ... Membership is open to any female who enjoys singing all types of music to a high standard. The ability to read music is desirable but not essential as all members are trained in the same way. We enjoy what we do, although we work hard to perform to a high standard.‘

+ Cantabile Singers of Pembrokeshire
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Pembrokeshire’s Only True Amateur Orchestra ‘We are a group of enthusiastic, keen musicians that enjoy to play and perform music in a relaxed, social atmosphere. We are always seeking new members to help us create a great, local orchestra. Our musical genre is typically classical but we have been known to perform folk and even funk! IF you are a musician that needs to meet like minded people, come and join our “band”.’

+ Cleddau Chamber Orchestra
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‘Over many years Côr Dyfed Choir has gained a reputation as one of the leading choirs in West Wales, attracting both singers and audiences from a wide geographical area. The choir’s repertoire includes pieces from the Renaissance, early baroque period, such as those by Monteverdi and Lassus, through to more recent times with works by Rachmaninoff, Duruflé and Poulenc. Bach, Handel and Mozart are probably the choir’s best loved composers and their works are often performed in the choir’s concerts ... In recent years the choir has built a close relationship with St Davids Cathedral.’

+ Dyfed Choir
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Successful Pembrokeshire-based Band which ‘each year competes in a number of competitions ranging from local to national competitions. The main focus of the year is the “Welsh Brass Band Championships”: this is one of 8 regional contests that take place annually from which bands can qualify for an invitation to the finals of the National Brass Band Championships of Great Britain. The winner of the Championship Section in Wales also qualifies to represent Wales at The European Brass Band Association Championships’. The Band also plays in numerous events over the year.

+ Goodwick Brass
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‘Based in the County town of Pembrokeshire. The choir is one of the oldest choirs in Wales and has been in existence since 1896. Consists of about 50 members from 16 years onwards ... performs around 20 concerts per year ... and sings a broad repertoire of songs for all occasions ... with around half the songs sung in Welsh.’

+ Haverfordwest Male Voice Choir
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‘First formed in 1950 with its first production of H.M.S. Pinafore. The society has performed in many venues over the years. The Empire Cinema, Central Hall, The Masonic hall, The Astoria, The Grammar School, and The Petroleum Club. The Torch Theatre has been our home for the last 37 years, where we have enjoyed the professional facilities which have enabled us to produce technically sophisticated shows. The Society is proud that it was the first amateur society to tread the boards there. We also perform summer concerts, host quiz nights and sing carols and Christmas songs to raise funds for the Society throughout the year.’

+ Milford Haven Amateur Operatic Society
Visits to the Website96
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’An exciting and vibrant choir in the heart of Pembrokeshire ... The Neyland Ladies Choir was formed in 1977 and has choristers from the Neyland, Milford Haven, Pembroke and Haverfordwest areas. The Choir has become well known throughout Pembrokeshire by the varied style of concerts performed and have established close links with other Ladies and Male Voice Choirs in Wales and England.’

+ Neyland Ladies Choir
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‘The choristers ... have a busy practice and concert schedule which is often booked 12-18 months ahead. The choir also has commitments to associations of which it is a member, namely the Welsh Association of Male Voice Choirs, Ty Cerdd and The National Association of Choirs. Bi-annual visits to the Albert Hall for the Massed Voices concert are just one of the major commitments. A wide repertoire allows Choir programmes to be tailored by the conductor to match the venue and audience. Places of worship, village halls, town halls and major concert halls are examples of performance venues requiring differing programmes.’

+ Pembroke and District Male Voice Choir
Visits to the Website96
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‘Everyone in the Quaynotes is here because we love to sing. A few of us may be quite competent soloists but it's when we join our voices together that we make our most joyous sound. And we're happy to sing wherever there's an audience that wants to hear us - from weddings and funerals to larger concert venues... in residential homes, churches, chapels, clubs... and castles!’

+ The Quaynotes [Pembrokeshire]
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‘West Wales’ most exciting Music and Arts venue ... Located in the Teifi Valley, Pembrokeshire and close to the borders of Ceredigion and Carmarthen, Neuadd y Dderwen (The Oak Hall) is constructed from green oak in keeping with a centuries old tradition of craftmanship. The building has been fitted with the latest technology featuring a Bose P.A and digital projection, designed with acoustic music in mind. We have our own beautiful Steinway concert grand piano. The venue delights both audiences and performers, seating up to 250 people.‘

@ Rhosygilwen
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Also indexedNeuadd y Dderwen
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