Cheltenham Music Festival takes place on 3rd July until 12th July.

Cheltenham Music Festival is one of the UK’s leading classical music festivals, renowned for presenting world-class ensembles and soloists in magnificent venues. Composer and arranger Jules Buckley joins the Festival as Guest Curator in 2020. The Festival opens with a celebratory weekend of free jazz, folk, blues and classical music and an immersive weekend of Beethoven at Syde Manor.

What can you expect from Cheltenham Music Festival?

The Cheltenham Music Festival has earned its place as a world-renowned and highly-respected festival. It consistently delivers music for every taste, with high-calibre performers alongside tomorrow’s stars, in magnificent venues. It’s not just music in the traditional sense as the Festival undertakes to explore music in new spaces with dance, visual arts, spoken word and even a virtual reality orchestra performance on the High Street.

A core venue for the Music Festival is Cheltenham Town Hall, which offers an imposing and outstanding facade with excellent acoustics for its many performances. Pittville Pump Room, churches, galleries and many local bars and clubs are also incorporated into the programme, hosting more than 650 performers, 60 ticketed events and many free ones too.

Offering everything from grand nights out to chamber concerts, choral music and innovative events.  The factors you can expect for sure at the Cheltenham Music Festival are high-calibre performances, magnificent venues, and a huge variety of music.