TENBY Arts Festival comes to a musical ending over the last few days this week.

Tenby Male Choir are an annual highlight of the festival and uphold the tradition of male choirs which has long been an important feature of Welsh culture. They will once again delight their audience with their superb singing and the variety of music they offer at St Mary’s Church on Thuesday from 8pm.

On Saturday afternoon at 3.30pm, again at St Mary's, it is the turn of talented sister and brother duo Siriol and Talfan Jenkins from Wiseman's Bridge. The two have grown up together sharing a passion for music – and it shows.

They will perform a musical mix ranging from solo piano works by Rachmaninoff and Liszt to improvised jazz standards and modern crossover compositions for saxophone and piano.

Siriol is studying music at Oxford University, and receives piano tuition at the Royal College of Music while moonlighting as resident keyboard player for Oxford’s renowned jazz outfit Donut Kings. Talfan, still only 17, has a string of national woodwind trophies to his name and studies jazz at diploma level at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama on top of normal schooling at Ysgol y Preseli.

But it is left to Swansea City Opera to provide the grand finale. 'A Viennese Whirl' offers an evening of romantic music from the beautiful city of Vienna, home to the Strauss family and birthplace of the waltz.

Enjoy an enchanting evening of singing and soaring violin melodies from some of the most popular Viennese composers including Kreisler, Lehar, Kalman and Johann Strauss, as well as operettas such as The Merry Widow, Die Fledermaus and The Gypsy Baron.

A carefully selected cast of tenor, soprano, violin and piano accompanist has been assembled for this amusing and entertaining evening hosted by the charismatic artistic director Brendan Wheatley.

Ticket information is available at tenbyartsfest.co.uk