We are approaching the end of a glorious summer of music – a programme of twelve Lunchtime Concerts in the beautiful medieval church of St. Mary’s Conwy – something to lift the soul!

Admission is by pre-ordered tickets only. There are 2 types of ticket offered for each concert: those that are free entry and those for a donation to support our work in the community and upkeep of this very special ancient church. Book your tickets here.

A separate ticket is required for each performance and is non-transferable. If you have chosen to make a donation for your ticket, we’re sorry that this will not be refundable if you can no longer attend.

All safety measures will be observed, including distancing (the seating arranged accordingly) and a requirement to wear masks (unless you are medically exempt).

Each ticket will cover up to five people in a ‘bubble’ or ‘extended household’, sitting together in one pew. Seats will be allocated on arrival.

This concert series is being very kindly supported by Conwy Town Council and the Conwy Classical Music Festival.

Doors open 12 noon.

Thursdays 12.30pm – 1.30pm:



  • The Menai Wind Quintet and Helen Wyn Pari (harp)

Rachel Gautry (flute), Melanie Cross (oboe), Clive Wolfendale (clarinet), Dewi Jones (French horn) and Miles Nipper (bassoon).

This versatile Bangor-based ensemble of professional and semi-professional players will present an exciting and varied programme including ‘Trois Pieces Breves’ by Jacques Ibert, ‘Three Shanties for Wind Quintet’ by Malcolm Arnold, ‘Quintet’ by Villem Kapp, ‘Little Scenes from China’ by Soong Fu-Yuan, and ‘A Klezmer Wedding’ by Mike Curtis.

Perfformir rhaglen gyffrous ac amrywiol gan yr ensemble proffesiynol a lled-broffesiynol dawnus yma o ardal Bangor, fydd yn cynnwys gweithiau gan Jacques Ibert, Malcolm Arnold, Villem Kapp, Soong Fu-Yuan a Mike Curtis.

Monday 30 August, 12.30pm – 1.30pm: Tickets here

  • Sara Davies (mezzo-soprano) and Dafydd Jones (tenor), with Catherine Barnett (piano)

Please note Dafydd Jones replaces the previously advertised John Ieuan Jones as tenor.

Sara studied at the Royal College of Music and Drama in Cardiff, before continuing with a postgraduate course in vocal studies, whilst Dafydd has just graduated with first class honours from the Royal College of Music in London.

Astudiodd Sara yn y Coleg Cerdd a Drama Brenhinol yng Nghaerdydd, cyn symud ymlaen i ddilyn cwrs lleisiol ol-radd, tra bod Dafydd newydd raddio gyda gradd dosbarth cyntaf o’r Coleg Cerdd Brenhinol yn Llundain.

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