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Welcome to Brecon Choir Festival!  We look forward to welcoming you to our third edition in July. 

Highlights for 2024 include:

  • The legendary Zulu Royal Chorale joining forces with Aberhonddu & District Male Choir for an extraordinary international exchange of culture and song at Theatr Brycheiniog

  • The  famous "Red Jackets" of the London Welsh Male Voice Choir led by Edward-Rhys Harry delivering the Grand Concert the Brecon Cathedral

  • Our first festival theme on Henry Vaughan: Music, Mountains and Memory

  • Rising stars of the British choral world Continuum with a Vaughan-inspired set in ancient Christ College Brecon chapel with a world premiere of Vaughan's The Morning-Watch set by Geraint Lewis

  • Former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams forming part a pre-concert panel discussing the musical legacy of Vaughan  

  • A Brecon Singers-led Festival Chorus singing Karl Jenkins' celebrated mass for peace 'The Armed Man' (a 'Come and Sing' workshop day is planned for interested singers on the 13th July)

  • The return of the famous Afterglows, Festival Choir Trail and festival closing Cymanfu Ganu hymn singing event

Newcomer? Try the "What to Expect" page which explains the unforgettable weekend that awaits you in the heart of Wales.

"A unique and totally 


experience like no other"

Attendee at 2023 Festival

See our 2024 programme here


2024 Young Singers Award winner: Penelope George

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Brecon Choir Festival is grateful for the support of Brecon Buzz CIC, Brecon Town Council, Aberhonddu & District Male Voice Choir, 

Mid Wales Music Trust and The Fidelio Music Trust. 

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2024 Sponsors:

The Dewan Partnership

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