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  • Bath International Music Festival UK - Bath Festivals Trust annually presents Bath International Music Festival, and Bath Literature Festival.
  • Bewdley Festival UK - For musicians of many persuasions classical, folk, jazz and pop, as well as comedians, magicians, dancers and famous speakers.
  • Brighton Festival - England's biggest Festival bursts to life again this May. From 3 - 25 May over 300 separate events take over venues all over Brighton and Hove.
  • Buxton Festival - Offers opera, classical music, musical theatre, literary events and much more. Buxton Festival takes place on 9 - 25 July.
  • Canterbury Festival - Events includes classical concerts, theatre, dance, opera, jazz, blues, folk, children's events, exhibitions and walks.
  • Carlisle Festival - Music in the Cathedral Society brings music to Carlisle Cathedral, promoting summer festival held annually in July.
  • Cheltenham's Festivals - Cheltenham's arts festivals is Cheltenham's annual and international jazz, music, literature, folk and fringe festivals.
  • City of London Festival - Strives to present the very best in music and arts amid the magnificent architecture of London's financial centre.
  • Edinburgh International Festival - Attracts performers, artists and musicians from around the world - make reservations and purchase tickets online.
  • Henley Festival of Music and the Arts - Thames-side music, visual arts, food and wine, street theatre and fireworks - it has to be experienced to be believed.
  • Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival - Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, composers from around the world are drawn to Huddersfield each year by the magic of hcmf.
  • Leicester International Music Festival - The principal aim is to enrich the cultural life of Leicester by bringing to the city established musicians of international, national and local standing to make music in a variety of contexts.
  • National Centre for Early Music - The National Centre for Early Music, York UK - a centre of excellence for music making of all kinds - and an established conference and recording venue.
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