The award winning Bradfield Festival of Music is an annual celebration of music performed in the parish church of St Nicholas, a historic 12th century church set in the beautiful landscape of High Bradfield, Sheffield within the Peak District National Park.
The festival attracts the finest artistes from all over the world who, collectively perform a wide range of music genres within the classical tradition. There is a strong connection between the festival and young musicians and annual awards are presented to the two most promising young musicians based at the Sheffield Music Hub. As well as prize money, the award winners are given the opportunity to perform at one of the concerts.
Bradfield is a picturesque village 8 miles northwest of Sheffield city centre, and is within the boundary of the Peak District National Park. The parish church of St Nicholas, where the concerts take place, is a spectacular medieval, Grade I listed building blessed with excellent acoustics.
This event is hosted by St Nicholas
St Nicholas church is a beautiful 15th century building set in Sheffield's Peak District, with many interesting features: glass, stonework, and woodwork.See church profile
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