Perth Festival of the Arts is a gem in Scotland’s cultural calendar. Now in our 47th year we programme rock, opera, classical, jazz, folk, drama, visual arts in Perth Concert Hall, Perth Theatre and St John's Kirk.
Some highlights in May 2018 will be -
17-20 May ArTay Marquee
17 May The Marriage of Figaro English Touring Opera - Concert Hall
18 May Rossini Concert English Touring Opera - Perth Theatre
19 May Grimethorpe Colliery Band - Concert Hal
20 May Opening Concert - Concert Hall
22 May Tenebrae Choir WW1 programme - St John's Kirk
23 May Emma Johnson MBE Clarinet Goes to Town - Perth Theatre
26 May Hannah Fisher and Friends recital - St John's Kirk
26 May Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra & Jennifer Pike (violin) - Concert Hall
- Weber Euryanthe Overture
- Bruch Violin Concerto
- Shostakovich Symphony No. 5
and more to be announced including rock, comedy, dance ...
Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra
Friends can buy tickets 1 week before Box Office opens to the public at end March 2018. Join the Friends for only £10. Details here.
Perth Festival 2017 – So how did it go? 12 days and nights, 28 concerts, 1 art exhibition, 5 venues, 11,500 attendees and one single purpose……. To inspire people of all ages and backgrounds to enjoy a wide range of top quality arts. The question is, did we achieve that? Read on...