Pennine Spring Music Festival
30 May to 4 June 2016
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Set in the beautiful Yorkshire countryside that inspired the Bronte sisters,
Sylvia Plath, and Ted Hughes,
the Pennine Spring Music Festival brings together instrumentalists and singers from all over Britain for a week of convivial music-making and performing.
A varied programme of concerts is performed during the Spring Bank Holiday week
in the 150 year old church at Heptonstall,
an idyllic hill-top village perched above the vibrant town of Hebden Bridge.
The festival provides a fantastic opportunity for people looking for
musical nourishment and satisfaction,
offering a choice of Choral, Orchestral or other courses
(click above on "Forthcoming Programme" link).
In addition, there are opportunities to explore this beautiful Pennine area,
or just relax in the local café or our two pubs and admire Heptonstall's
cobbled streets and historic architecture.
Please click the images below to obtain a larger version. There are more:
just follow the "Pictures" link above for the full set.
The wind course rehearses in 2012 at the Church.
Some of the Orchestra of 2015 in rehearsal at the Bowling Club.
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