Wales' oldest classical music festival in June is hosted at Gregynog an impressive country mansion in Mid Wales
Wales' oldest classical music festival. A unique programme of the world's best musicians celebrating Gregynog and Wales' cultural heritage. Set in the glorious countryside of Mid Wales, Gregynog Festival has a unique atmosphere, combining informality, intimate venues and the world's greatest chamber musicians.
The Festival has hosted many major international performers including Jelly D'Aranyi in the 1930s, Evelyn Barbirolli in the 1950s, and, in its more recent history, John Lill, John Mark Ainsley, Bryn Terfel, Alison Balsom, The Sixteen and The King's Singers.
Gregynog Hall is in the village of Tregynon near Newtown, Powys, Mid Wales.
Book one of a selection of Mid Wales holiday cottages and attend this major Welsh classical music festival.
This charming and sophisticated upside down cottage with fabulous views over the Glen Usk Estate and Valley is a lovingly converted 200 year old watermill in the pretty market town of Crickhowell. A wonderful base for exploring the Brecon Beacons National Park.