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St Leonard's Church

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The Bledington Music Festival is an annual music event which takes place over three summer evenings in June and features top class performers from all over the world.

This year's Festival takes place on June 3rd, 4th and 5th 2014. Tickets are now on sale. You can find out more here...

Every year an increasing number of music lovers make their way to St Leonard’s Church in the pretty village of Bledington in the heart of the Cotswolds just 10 minutes from Stow-On-the-Wold and 40 minutes from Oxford.

The Festival has grown every year since it was established in 2000 when Thomas Trotter, the current President, gave a recital at Bledington; the popularity of that occasion gave rise to this successful three day Music Festival. Over the years the festival has welcomed many performers. Each concert is unique and outstanding, many artists having performed all over the world – we are very grateful to have their support for our festival!

We have compiled a list of performers and musicians who have played at previous festivals please click here to view the list ...

We are extremely grateful that many of the musicians also give of their time to perform a concert especially for the local school children; this is always a much anticipated event and is part of our ongoing educational programme to expose children to various instruments and music. More info...

 


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President
Thomas Trotter
(City of
Birmingham
Organist)
more...

Vice President
Catrin Finch
(Royal Harpist
2000-2004)
more...

Festival Organiser
Rodney Beacham

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Supported by the
Bonhams Music Department

Places to Stay

Kings Head Inn

The Mill House Hotel

Trinity House B&B


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