with Paul Spicer
Camerata is aimed at a chamber choir of expert, ambitious and high achieving singers. It is run over a weekend in a number of attractive locations.
Gregynog Hall in mid-Wales has existed for some 800 years and came to fame for bringing art, music and creative skills to Wales in the aftermath of the 1st World War.
Gregynog Hall, 16 to 18 October 2020
Gregynog* Hall is in the village of Tregynon near Newtown, Powys, mid-Wales. This extraordinary country estate has existed for some 800 years but the current house was built in the 1840s and was built to replicate the black and white timber-framed architecture of Montgomeryshire farmhouses. It came to fame when it was purchased by the Davies sisters in 1920 with the aim of bringing art, music and creative skills to the Welsh people in the aftermath of the 1st World War. It was visited by many famous people including George Bernard Shaw and Gustav Holst.
Find out more about Gregynog Hall (includes video).
* Pronunciation guide – Stress the middle syllable, but the ‘y’ is very neutral: Gre-g'n-og.