Narberth A Cappella Voice Festival

Friday, 04 May 2018 - Presented by: Span Arts

Wales' only a cappella festival, the Narberth A Cappella Voice Festival, presented by Span Arts, makes a proud return for its 10th year from Friday 4 to Sunday 6 May, in an exciting weekend that celebrates the extraordinary diversity of singing without instruments.

Line-up for 2018

Friday: The Bristol Suspensions, Midé, Heather Jones, Narberth A Cappella Youth Collective with Molara
Saturday: The London Bulgarian Choir, Julie MurphyTempus
Sunday: Portsmouth Gospel Choir, Côr Pawb tea party


Julie Murphy - (Contemporary folk)

Rob Paton - (Improvisation)

Maya Waldman - (Blue Grass)

London Bulgarian - (Eastern European)

Laura Bradshaw  - (Songs Of Africa)

Mide (Beatbox)

Portsmouth Gospel Choir

Weekend tickets include: 

➤ Friday 4 - Sunday 6 May entry
➤ Entry to all 3 concerts (Fri, Sat, & Sun lunchtime)
➤ 3 workshops (Choice of 6 - 5 on Sat, 1 on Sun) 

➤ Côr Pawb Tea Party

Weekend Tickets: £75 (full/members and concessions)

“Exceeded all expectations”– Western Telegraph.

‘It’s wonderful to see the Narberth A Cappella Voice Festival going from strength to strength. Long may it continue! Congratulations on another diverse programme of concerts and workshops’– London A Cappella Festival

“The Narberth A Cappella Voice Festival has hosted most of the inspirational UK groups gigging today. Festivals like these are special because of their rarity. The drive shown by the organisers to culture the scene and bring the best UK talent to Narberth is second to none.”– Andy Greer, Manager – Choral Stimulation.

The Box Office will close at 12.00.noon on Friday 4th May.   Advanced bookings for the Narberth A Cappella Voice Festival can be collected from Queen’s Hall Box Office during the weekend.  All other tickets for NAVF concerts and workshops can also be purchased there.   

*Contact the Span Arts Box Office to select your workshop choices for Saturday. Or leave this in the comments field when you purchase your ticket.


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