It feels like I’ve only been here a short while, but the 2017 Cheltenham Music Festival is actually my 10th. Time flies when you’re enjoying yourself…
Clearly, I wanted to make sure this is really one to remember – and I hope you’ll agree that there some massive treats in store. I’m hugely pleased to have secured an appearance from the great Welsh bass-baritone Bryn Terfel, and it’s equally exciting to have both the CBSO and The Hallé coming, the former with their fantastic new Music Director, 30-year-old Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla.
There will be anniversary Monteverdi from I Fagiolini and Academy of Ancient Music, ballet in the Everyman Theatre and Vaughan Williams’ Sea Symphony in Gloucester Cathedral. Click here to find out more. Meurig Bowen
Highly recommended for your next Netflix binge! We can't wait to see Michael at @CheltLitFest, tickets here:… https://t.co/BjVWJSKoXe