Announcing the 2015 Festival: 6th - 9th August 

               2013 Boyne Music Festival Highlights

We are thrilled to announce the third Boyne Music Festival at Townley Hall in Drogheda, Ireland. The festival will include four days of concerts, workshops, tou and events planned. Many renowned artists have already committed to their participation in this year’s extended programme. In addition to some of our regular participants (Rita Manning, Chris Laurence, Robin Panther and the Manning Trio) we are thrilled to announce that Tara Erraught, one of Europe’s leading mezzo-sopranos, Micheal Spyres a tenor of international acclaim and distinguished violist Adam Newman will join us this summer. Jazz legend John Surman will make his festival debut along with many other distinguished artists. 

Aisling Manning, Julie-Anne Manning, Deirdre Brenner

Boyne Music Festival Artistic Directors


In order to make sure that the BMF is as amazing as possible, we have recently launched a Fund It campaign to raise €5000 Euro for this summer's festival. The funds will go towards the running costs of our festival which include venue hire, artist fees, piano tunings, transportation, publicity and much more. We've given ourselves until the 1st of July to do it. To read more about our campaign and how you can help, check out our Fund it page by clicking the link here: Fund It



This summer the glorious walls of Townley Hall will be filled with limited hand-made prints from many of Ireland's leading printmakers. Included will be the works of Michael Canning, Dorothy Cross, William Crozier, Charles Cullen, Diarmuid Delargy, Felim Egan, David Godbold, Richard Gorman, Brian O'Doherty, Barbara Rae, Patrick Scott, Amelia Stein, Donald Teskey, and Sara Lee.

The Boyne Music Festival is thrilled to be partnering with Stoney Road Press to make this exhibit possible. Read more...





Townley Hall

Slane Road, Drogheda

Co. Louth, Ireland 

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Selections from our first ever Boyne Music Festival which took place last summer, 2nd - 4th August 2013. Music by Copland, Strauss, Dvořák, Saint-Saëns and more...

Well worth a watch!