North Wales International
St Asaph Cathedral
The North Wales International Music Festival was founded in 1972 by the celebrated Welsh composer William Mathias. The festival, which uses St Asaph Cathedral with its superb acoustics as a venue, is regarded as one of the cultural highlights of North Wales and primarily features classical music.
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Parbold Douglas Music
Parbold Village Hall
Parbold Douglas Music presents an annual series of live concerts, from September to May/June. These feature renowned international concerts artists, ensembles and emerging professional talents in all kinds of music making.The recently refurbished Auditorium in Parbold’s Village Hall offers excellent acoustics and a welcoming, salon-like ambience.
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Burton Bradstock Festival
St Mary’s Church
‘I was incredibly lucky enough to be at Burton Bradstock last night for the London Tango Quintet. I am a music lover – all kinds – but can honestly say I came out of the church feeling that I had enjoyed something very special. I cannot think of any other music event that has given me such a wonderful experience. All five of you have left me walking on air…’
Christine Shaw, Dorset
This year’s Festival is packed head to toe with an eye- opening number of events to satisfy the demands of every lover of music. Tango returns in grand style with the London Tango Quintet, 7 June, followed by the experience of an intimate solo guitar recital at the cavernous ‘Coro’ with celebrity guitarist Craig Ogden on 8 June.
London Tango Trio
St Andrew’s Church
‘An outstanding ensemble. A virtuoso display all round and a joy to have as part of the festival.’
St Peter’s Church
London Tango Quintet
‘A wonderful event, the music, setting and dancing was tremendous’
‘Simply stunning concert, their interpretation of Oblivion brought tears to my eyes’
‘An exciting, fiery and energetic performance to be enjoyed by all.
I cannot recommend London Tango Quintet enough.’
‘The audience really enjoyed the tango pieces, but also very much appreciated
the more classical solos which interspersed the programme.
The evening had a great atmosphere.’
The London Tango Quintet brings together five outstanding musicians to play the music of Piazzolla, Troilo and other giants of Argentinian tango.
Formed in 2007 by violinist, David Juritz, the quintet has made numerous appearances in music festivals and concert halls around the UK. With five acclaimed soloists as its members, the London Tango Quintet doesn’t limit itself to tango but includes a wide range of music, from the baroque to contemporary in its programmes.