We would love more people to get involved with the 30th anniversary project, we are looking for people who would like to share the heritage of MusicFest in a number of ways including showing people around the exhibition, interviewing people about the memories and contacting people who have taken part in MusicFest as well as sharing information about the exhibition through a number of platforms including social media. If you are interested in being involved then contact email@example.com
Most importantly we want people to get involved by sharing their memories or memorabilia. If you want to find out how to do this then look at the section on Memory Post. During the festival from 22nd – 29th July staff will be available at the Arts Centre to record/interview anyone who wishes to share a memory.
Of course the best way to get involved is to come along – see a performance, go on a story walk, listen to a talk, see a student showcase, attend a masterclass – there is a wealth of special offers available, all of the Fringe events, student showcases, talks and masterclasses are free. There will also be free tickets for classical music performances available daily.
About the 30th Anniversary Celebrations
The 30th anniversary exhibition will be officially opened on 23rd July in the Arts Centre Foyer, the opening will feature a performance by The Johannes Trio – Michael Bochman (violin), Nicholas Jones (cello) and Iwan Llewellyn Jones (piano)
They will perform
- Dvorak Piano Trio No. 4 Op 90 (Dumky)
- Schubert Notturno in Eb D897
Sunday 23rd July 4.15PM Great Hall, Aberystwyth Arts Centre
In addition as another special concert for the 30th anniversary on Friday 28th July we will be recreating a performance of Walton Facade – An Entertainment which will be narrated by Tom Poster and Liza Hobbs with Lisa Nelsen (flute/piccolo), Joseph Shiner (clarinet), Jason Lewis (trumpet), Kyle Horch (alto-sax), Theo Gutenplan (percussion), David Campbell (conductor)