What's on: Performers

Llangollen Male Voice Choir

Over the 35 years in existence have travelled at home and abroad, Canada, Malta, Holland, France, Germany.We have performed at the massed concerts at the Royal Albert Hall and appeared on Songs of Praise and Dechrae Cani Dechrae .

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Madalene Kirby

Wednesday 5 July – Amphitheatre 15.30-16.15 Born and brought up in Liverpool, Leonie has lived in Llangollen for over twenty years. She studied singing at college, taught music in primary and secondary schools, and has written several musicals and sung in genres from Barbershop to Renaissance. 2013 saw her emerge as a singer-songwriter on piano and… Read more »

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Kajal Sharma- Indian Classical Kathak and Bollywood Dance

Friday 7 July- Amphitheatre Dance Workshops 10.30-11.30 and 13.00-14.00 Kathak is one of the nine classical dance forms of India. Started from temples of Hindus to the courts of Mughal emperors, Kathsk is known for its fast spins, highly expressive movements, intricate thymus patterns and story telling. For more information please visit www.kathakkajal.webs.com  

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The Story Teller

Thursday 6 July- Amphitheatre 12.0-12.45 and 14.30-1515 Fun, educational music groups, and animated, interactive stories for babies, toddlers, and children with additional needs, together with their parents or carers. Piccolos Music and The Story Teller are ideal for nurseries, playgroups, community groups (Rainbows etc.), after school clubs and private parties. Piccolos Music and The Story Teller… Read more »

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El Condor

Thursday 6 July World @ South America- Globe Stage 13.00 Workshops on the World Stage 14.30-15.15 and 17.30-18.30 El Condor are musicians Vladmir Cativo of El Salvador and Gary Garamendi Guzman of Peru.  The pair research and perform the music of their forefathers and include Native American music from the Andes and other regions of the Americas.  In an… Read more »

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Confucius Institute at Bangor University

Friday 7 July and Saturday 8 July 班戈大学孔子学院 CULTURE 文化 LEARNING 学习 RESEARCH 研究 Welcome to the Confucius Institute at Bangor University; an international collaboration between Bangor University, the China University of Political Science and Law (CUPL) in Beijing and Hanban, the Chinese agency for the promotion of Chinese language and culture. Bangor University’s Confucius… Read more »

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Chris Greve

Saturday 8 July- Amphitheatre 15.00-15.45 Chris was born in Hammersmith, London and raised in Calgary, Canada. He currently lives in Shropshire, England. He listened to many styles of music before developing a passion for the Folk/Celtic genre. His influences include The Pogues, The Fureys, Christy Moore, Dougie MacLean, Kate Rusby, and Great Big Sea. Chris currently… Read more »

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Carl Gough – Storyteller

Wednesday 5 July – Amphitheatre 12.00-12.45 and 14.30-15.15 Carl is an energetic and enthusiastic storyteller, able to capture a broad range of emotion and atmosphere. His repertoire is diverse, including folktales, legends, and wonder tales from Wales and further afield. He has played an active role in promoting the art of traditional storytelling in Wales and… Read more »

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Banda Bacana

Thursday 6 July- Globe Stage, 16.30 A fantastic live band, Banda Bacana have built up a strong reputation, amongst fans of world music and afro-latin beats, for getting any dance floor stomping. Their groove based music comes from a range of influences and cultures: funk, afrobeat, latin, reggae and ska with an emphasis on getting… Read more »

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ABRAHAM DARBY ACADEMY SHOWBAND

Friday 7 July- Globe Stage 10.00-11.00 The Abraham Darby Academy music department has a very successful music tradition, which goes back well over 40 years and has ensured that the Academy has become one of the country’s leading education establishments for musical opportunity for its students, with a high reputation within the youth music world…. Read more »

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