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image for Music Festival item typeBrecon Baroque Festival: Harmony and Invention at Theatr Brycheiniog

Music Festival, Sat 28 Oct 2017, £20-£22

Theatr Brycheiniog

Theatr Brycheiniog


Harmony and Invention - Brecon Baroque Directed by Rachel Podger.

Legrenzi - Sonata a Quattro from ‘La Cetra’ Op. 10 no. 6
Legrenzi - Sonata a Quattro from ‘La Cetra’ Op. 10 no. 5
Vivaldi - Concerto for lute, strings, harpsichord in D major RV 93
Bach - Concerto for harpsichord, strings, continuo BWV 972 (after Vivaldi Op. 3 no. 9)
Vivaldi - Le Quattro Staggioni
Concerto for violin, strings, continuo in E major Op. 8 no. 1 ‘La Primavera’ (Spring) RV 269
Concerto for violin, strings, continuo in G minor Op. 8 no. 2 ‘L’estate’ (Summer) RV 315
Concerto for violin, strings, continuo in F major Op. 8 no. 3 ‘L’autunno’ (Autumn) RV 293
Concerto for violin, strings, continuo in F minor Op. 8 no. 4 ‘L’inverno’ (Winter) RV 297 (11’)

Event details

Dates Times
Sat 28 Oct 2017 19:00


Tickets: £22.00, Concessions £20.00.
+Booking Fee of 50p per ticket for Theatr Brycheiniog events.


Canal Wharf,



Plan route to Theatr Brycheiniog using Google mapsPlan route using Google maps

Map reference: SO 046281  Lat: 51.94319 Long: -3.38928

From Hereford A483. Do not take the first signpost for Brecon on the right, instead go to roundabout and follow the sign for Brecon, carry on straight past the Army Barracks until you reach a mini roundabout and take the next turning left (Rich Way). Follow on to next mini roundabout and turn left, Theatr Brycheiniog is next to the canal basin.

From Abergavenny (A40) After the dual carriageway you will come to a main roundabout, take the road into Brecon and follow the directions as above. From Merthyr / Sennybridge Take the road into Brecon over the Usk bridge carry on straight through the town, past the statue, over a zebra crossing and approx 150 yards turn right into Rich Way. Theatr Brycheiniog is on the left by the canal.

Accessible by Public Transport: 22 miles from Abergavenny station