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  • Picture of the day: Friday 24 May

    A Little Book of Monsters commission at Party in the City. Photo: Copyright Julian Foxon Photography.

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  • Picture of the day: Thursday 23 May

    Scottish Chamber Orchestra with Christian Ilhe Hadland and Alexander Janiczek at the Forum. Photo: Copyright Julian Foxon Photography.

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  • Picture of the day: Wednesday 22 May

    We’re cheating on today’s picture of the day, as we couldn’t resist putting both of these shots up. Last night was the Opening Party of the Bath International Music Festival, and with his usual charismatic and warm style Alasdair Nicolson introduced his first festival for Bath……

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  • Staff Picks – Laura Keating

    Bath International Music Festival Top Pick from Laura Keating, Development and Memberships Officer: It’s the epitome of the way our work engages with Bath, using various venues around the city. So I’m looking forward to the acoustics that are created by the setting; the lighting – the way that the whole venue will become a backdrop.

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  • Staff Picks – Owen McNeir

    Bath International Music Festival Top Pick from Owen McNeir, Development and Marketing Director: “I absolutely love Jess Walker’s voice and style, but I won’t go on about An Eye for an Eye because Bethany’s already highlighted that exciting event….

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  • Behind the scenes of Britten’s Women

    Ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes at Bath International Music Festival?  Cameron Balfour,  Stage Manager of Britten’s Women gives us an exclusive insight into the preparation for the event. Click here to read the article    

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  • Staff Picks – Felicity Gourley

    Bath International Music Festival Top Pick from Felicity Gourley, Festival Volunteer: I am new to the music festival, Party in the City being the only event which usually permeated the frantic “oh my gosh exams are ruining my life” feeling I have been used to for the past few years. However, this year, everything has changed…

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  • Staff Picks – Ali Sully

    “My Top Pick is Barbara, Brel and Brassens on the last night, Sunday 2 June. I love moody and dramatic French songs from that era. I’m unfamiliar with the singer, Jessica Walker, and I don’t normally like a trained voice, but I’m hoping the concert will overcome my prejudices….

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  • Bath Festivals and Bath Spa University shortlisted for national Arts & Business Award

    Bath Spa University and Bath Festivals have been selected as one of the top three partnerships within the Arts & Business (A&B) Long-term Partnership Award category. Bath Spa is the only university in the UK to have been shortlisted across all the Awards categories. The A&B Awards in partnership with Jaguar Land Rover are held […]

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  • Belinda Kidd

    Staff Picks – Belinda Kidd

    Chief Executive, Belinda Kidd shares her Top Picks for the 65th Bath International Music Festival: Scottish Chamber Orchestra (Weds 22 and Thurs 23 May) Why:  I wouldn’t miss seeing a top flight chamber orchestra with an international reputation – and it’s a rare opportunity to see them in Bath. The programme is very accessible with more […]

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