The Tasmanian Chamber Music Festival has announced its return in 2021, after having to cancel last year’s festival due to COVID-19.

The popular, boutique event, which was launched in 2017, will be staged in charming historic venues in Tasmania’s northern midlands this October. What’s more, to cope with social distancing, it will present two consecutive programs.

The Tasmanian Chamber Music Festival will perform in Westbury for the first time in 2021, with lunch on the Westbury Village Green (above) on the second day of the festival The Tasmanian Chamber Music Festival will perform in Westbury for the first time in 2021, with lunch on the Westbury Village Green (above) on the second day of the festival

Director of the TCMF, Allanah Dopson, said it was wonderful to be able to return after an extremely challenging year for the performing arts. “When we made the difficult decision to call last year’s festival off, we vowed to return more special than ever in 2021.”

“The magic of the festival lies in intimate performances held in stunning, character-filled venues. Social distancing rules are still very much in place and...