Llanfyllin Music Festival is returning this July with four concerts planned at St Myllin’s Church.

Spanning two weekends from July 5 to 13, the festival will feature a range of performances from an eclectic mix of talented musicians.

The line-up includes the vibrant young band Ensemble Renard, making a triumphant return after two previous successes at Llanfyllin.

They are known for their unique programme of music from the 17th to the 20th century, promising a wide array of choices for attendees.

The band will perform on Friday, July 5 and you can find out more about them on their website https://ensemblerenard.co.uk/.

On July 7, a rare treat awaits music lovers, as two renowned harpists who grew up in the area perform in a joint recital.

Ieuan Jones is set to perform   (Image: Llanfyllin Music Festival)

Ieuan Jones, known internationally for his scintillating performances, will combine his talent with that of Alis Huws, his former student.

Ms Huws herself has built an outstanding career, notably recognised as the Official Royal Harpist.

Alis Huws will team up with her former teacher   (Image: Llanfyllin Music Festival)

She played at the recent coronation of King Charles.

The duo have played together at Gregynog, and you can find out more on https://www.alishuws.com/ and https://www.ieuanjones.co.uk/.

Llanfyllin will host two string quartets on July 12 and 13.

A notable draw is the return of the Creswick Quartet, formerly known as the New Allegri Quartet.

They captivated the crowds last year with their inaugural concert.

Creswick Quartet complete the line-up  (Image: Llanfyllin Music Festival)

The quartet will be led by first violin Bradley Creswick, renowned for playing as Leader of the Royal Opera House Orchestra and the Royal Northern Sinfonia.

Tickets are available online at https://www.wegottickets.com/location/6507 and in the Spar in Llanfyllin, and Welshpool Jewellers, priced at £20.

Children under 16 will be admitted free of charge when accompanied by an adult.

More details can be found on the Llanfyllin Music Festival website https://www.llanfyllinfestival.org.uk/.