|Bermuda Festival Mission
The Bermuda Festival of the Performing Arts, which takes place annually in January and February, aims to educate and inspire through its presentation of world-class performing arts. More information is available in Festival History.
2013 Featured Artists
"...and another one gone
and another one gone
Another one bites the dust."
ONE NIGHT OF QUEEN brought a rousing finale to the 2013 Festival, with three high-energy performances.
Thank you all for being involved with the Festival whether you were participants, volunteers, sponsors, audience members... the combination of all your efforts made for a truly enjoyable and memorable Festival.
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Many thanks to the Duisburg Philharmonic Wind Quintet for a great performance on Sunday and two successful workshops.
Last chance to catch VOCES8 tonight!
Don't forget Duisburg Philharmonic Wind Quintet performance at City Hall 4.00pm on Sunday.
Hundreds of people enjoyed yesterday's lunchtime concert by the combined choirs of the Island's primary schools with Voces8.
Tonight's Voces8 performance A Choral Tapestry has a few returned tickets available. There are a few tickets left for Friday's performance of British Invasion, and quite a few for Saturday's performance of British Invasion.
The final Freebie is the Warwick Academy Jazzband on Thursday 28 February BSoA at 12.15pm Come out and give them your support.
Don't miss the biggest Freebie of all tomorrow at 12.15pm on City Hall steps:
A capella group VOCES8 perform with the combined choirs of the Island's primary schools.
Tomorrow why not munch your lunch to the accompaniment of the Saltus Saxophones and String Group? Tuesday 19 February at BSoA gallery, City Hall at 12.15pm.
Follow that with another Festival Freebie on Wednesday when the combined choirs of the Island's primary schools will sing along with Voces8 on the steps of City Hall.
There are still tickets left for the SITKOVETSKY TRIO at City Hall tonight and why not take your Valentine to a romantic performance of MOMIX BOTANICA tomorrow?
Lunchtime concert for Valentine’s Day
Thursday 14 February 12.15pm BSoA
Tooz Company – Nancy Smith (flute) and Steve Crawford (guitar)
Music from the Baroque through to the 20th century, from several different countries, all woven together by the theme of romance. Composers include Scarlatti, Fauré and Poulenc and folk music from Ireland and Japan.
And their lunchtime talk is so well booked there will be standing room only! BSoA 12.15pm today.
Don't forget Behind The Scenes, a talk/demonstration on the construction and manipulation of The Cashore Marionettes - Thursday 7th February 12.15pm at BSoA.
Duo Amal have revised their programmes for their concerts next week. Check the link for the new programmes and watch for the house programmes with full notes and biography which will be available online shortly.
Mark your calendar: Tuesday 5th February 12.15pm at BSoA, City Hall. Bermuda and Her People
Pop in and hear some highly entertaining work by local writers: ranging from deeply moving to witty and entertaining you are sure to be surprised by the depth of Bermuda's talent. A great way to spend your lunch hour. Check the Freebies page to see who is taking part
The Bermuda Festival was today delighted to receive a grant from the Department of Community and Cultural Affairs from its Cultural Legacy Fund to assist with the new lunchtime Festival Freebies initiative.
We're looking forward to hearing the Yale Whiffenpoofs at BSoA at 12.15pm on Jan 30. Glorious a cappella singing and it's a free concert.
Thanks to Kendra Earls for a fascinating talk on the way in which mosaic can be incorporated into Bermuda's architecture and her interesting presentation on public art.
The Whiffenpoofs will be on the Island next week.
Formed in 1909 they are the oldest a cappella group in the western hemisphere. Catch them at BSoA gallery at 12.15pm on Wednesday 30 January.
The Festival Impressions exhibition opens this evening at 5.pm at BSoA. Students from Berkeley Institute will be performing. The first Festival Freebie takes place on Monday 28 February at BSoA at 12.15pm: Kendra Earls talks about Mosaics and the Festival branding.
Not long to go before the Festival opens and what better way to start than by winning a couple of free tickets?
The Bermuda Festival of the Performing Arts is calling local artists to submit works inspired by previous Festival performances for its 2013 Festival Impressions exhibit.
Each person who submits will be entered into a draw for a pair of tickets to a Bermuda Festival performance. Three entries per person will be permitted. Deadline for submissions is 4 p.m. Wednesday January 23, 2013.
Local students voice their opinion on the value of the arts when attending festival events last year.
Check out the video, on our Outreach page and don't forget to bring your young family members to a festival event so they can experience it for themselves.
Tickets on sale for all events. They make great Christmas gifts and can be accompanied by a copy of the Souvenir Programme, available mid-December.
Extra Performance of Queeen
Tickets for this additional performance will go on sale on Friday 23 November at 10am.
Ticket sales off to a brisk start
People lined up outside All Wrapped Up this morning in order to secure their tickets to the 11 different acts.
One Night of Queen has been the most popular choice with buyers today, and dance lovers have shown a keen interest in MOMIX. The line-up this year is proving to be very popular so we advise anyone interested to get their tickets sooner rather than later..
TICKETS ON SALE NOW
TICKETS GO ON SALE NEXT MONDAY AT 10AM.
ONLINE AND AT ALL WRAPPED UP WASHINGTON MALL.