After two years of covid postponements, Baroquefest, established in 2015, is on again at Canowindra in September with five concerts, a lunch, a dinner and lots of exhilaration over three days.
The concerts were almost booked out last year and most patrons asked for their tickets to be held over until this year’s festival.
Canowindra and surrounding towns accommodation will be fully booked by many Baroquefest regulars from Sydney, Canberra, Blue Mountains, Southern Highlands and other places around the state.
As usual, Baroquefest’s glamorous patron, the one and only Marian Arnold of ABC Classic FM Radio fame will be present throughout the festival explaining the history of all the music.
Only a few individual concert tickets and festival passes from $40 to $375 are still available online at www.baroquefest.org.au.
Venues around Canowindra include All Saints Church, Perennialle Plants, Wallington and Rosnay wineries. With this unique baroque music festival, the only one of its type in NSW growing in popularity, it is sure to be sold out soon so book now to avoid disappointment.