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- Foot-stomping climax to Llangollen Eisteddfod Jul 13, 2015 The music legend who formed one of the world’s top reggae bands provided a foot-stomping climax to the Llangollen International Eisteddfod. Ali Campbell, the voice of UB40 who sold 70 million records, soon had the audience on its feet at the closing concert of the iconic festival, where they delighted the crowd with their back... Read more »
- Katherine becomes Carmen Jul 13, 2015 Classical singing sensation Katherine Jenkins OBE has been unveiled as a star attraction at next year’s Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod. According to the talented mezzo soprano, she’s delighted to be returning to the iconic festival for the first time since her last appearance in 2010. She will be treating the audience at the opening night... Read more »
- Dancers from earthquake-hit Nepal greeted by guard of honour Jul 12, 2015 LEADERS of Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod formed a guard of honour to greet a group of young Nepalese dancers who endured the earthquakes which devastated their country when they arrived to perform at the festival.. A reception committee including Eisteddfod Chairman Gethin Davies, Vice-Chairman Rhys Davies, Chief Executive David Neal and Musical Director Eilir Owen... Read more »
- Irish eyes smiling in Llangollen Jul 12, 2015 Irish eyes were smiling after the final two major competitions of the week at the Llangollen International Music Eisteddfod. The Maynooth University Chamber Choir, based in Kildare, in the Republic of Ireland took the Pavarotti Choir of the World trophy after fighting off stiff competition from two English choirs, one from Wales and one from... Read more »