Penarth Chamber Music Festival's programme has been revealed for its 10th festival.

With a line-up of internationally recognised artists, the festival promises to offer a rich musical feast for attendees from June 27 to June 30, 2024.

The festival's programme includes performances from Welsh composer and pianist Huw Watkins, actor Samuel West, and festival patron, soprano Rebecca Evans CBE.

These performances will be held in various venues including Cardiff’s Dora Stoutzker Hall.

Co-artistic director, David Adams, said: "We are so excited to be celebrating this momentous milestone with a world première and other thrilling collaborations bringing international artists to Penarth and Cardiff."

The Festival’s significant growth since 2014 demonstrates the success and dedication of the co-artistic directors.

At the heart of the programme is the world premiere performance of Huw Watkins' new string trio.

This performance will take place on June 29 at Dora Stoutzker Hall, Cardiff.

The trio performed by artistic directors Alice Neary (cello) and David Adams (violin) and violist Isobel Neary-Adams, who appears at this year’s festival as the young-musician-in-residence.

Samuel West, known for his roles in All Things Great and Small, Howards End, and Notting Hill, will perform two narrations during the festival.

He will accompany soprano Rebecca Evans CBE in Strauss’s final scene of his opera Capriccio.

The festival is also committed to promoting young talent with its Young Musicians Programme.

Performances by these artists will take place at Turner House Gallery on June 27 and Penarth Pier Pavilion on June 30.

As part of its outreach scheme, the festival is also offering free concerts including a Family Concert at Penarth Pier Pavilion on June 30.

The Festival is generously supported by Friends of the Festival, Colwinston Charitable Trust, and others.

Details about the full festival programme can be found on the Penarth Chamber Music Festival website.