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Full programme details March 2015 General booking opens Monday 13 April 2015
Would you like to sponsor a flower arrangement in Hereford Cathedral or some of the hospitality areas during this summer's festival? If so, the Friends of Hereford Three Choirs festival would like to hear from you.
The Dean of Hereford is to undertake a second sponsored walk along the Three Cathedrals route this April, in aid of the Three Choirs Festival and The Music Pool
We've just found a programme from 1939, when the festival was cancelled: it was due to start just hours after war was declared.
Blogging conductor updates Elgar's quest for mythical beasts
One of our headline artists for Hereford 2015 shows off his skill in Wigmore Hall lunchtime recital
The Three Choirs Festival is a national treasure. Champions of the British choral tradition, we present the greatest - and largest - works in classical music night after night during a festival which has been a spiritual presence at the heart of the nation's cultural life for 300 years.
But did you know that in order to maintain the festival’s artistic quality we must now generate £450,000 annually over and above ticket sales to ensure that each Three Choirs Festival will break even? This tercentenary year is the perfect time for you, our supporters and advocates, to play your part in underpinning this important asset for the next decade.
Click here to find out how you can get involved in this first initiative of the new Three Choirs Foundation, established to ensure the festival thrives in today's extremely difficult financial climate, and continues to do so for future generations.
On Thursday 22nd January 2015, at the beginning of our 300th birthday year, the Three Choirs Festival launched a new charitable foundation to underpin the festival for future generations. During the event at the House of Lords, guests of Lord Faulkner heard from Edward Gardner OBE (in a speech delivered on his behalf by Adrian Partington), Dame Felicity Lott, Sarah Connolly CBE and Sir Michael Perry as they talked about the importance of the festival's work and our plans for the future.
Click here to find out more.