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About

Brecon Choir Festival was set up in 2022 with the aim of bringing the best of the Welsh choral tradition together with the most exciting emerging choral talent in the UK and internationally.

 

A core tenet of the festival is providing attendees and young people with unique opportunities to participate in the joys of choral singing. Expect then to not only attend unforgettable concerts, but also to find yourself in workshops, street singing, discussions and - of course - at our famous Afterglows where we sing the night away in true Welsh style.

 

Set in the middle of the stunning Bannau Brycheiniog National Park, we put beautiful spaces at the heart of the experience from Brecon Cathedral, to ancient Friaries and iconic Welsh chapels.

Brecon Choir Festival is run by a team of passionate volunteers.

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Founder & Artistic Director

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Founder & Director

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Founder & Director

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Pete Quigley

Partnerships Advisor

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Brecon Buzz Direcector

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Music Advisor

Mark Salmon

Festival Compere

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Martyn Thomas MBE

Founder & Advisor

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"One of the best ever weekends. We can't wait until next year!"

Attendee at 2023 Festival

Young Singers Award 2023

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Young Singers Award

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Brecon Choir Festival is grateful for the support of Brecon Buzz CIC, Brecon Town Council, The Mid Wales Music Trust and The Fidelio Trust

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THANK YOU TO OUR 2024 SPONSORS

The Dewan Partnership 

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