Performers: Concert

Steffan Lloyd Owen

Steffan Lloyd Owen is a young Welsh baritone from Pentre Berw on the Isle of Anglesey in North Wales. Having received initial training from Sian Wyn Gibson, Steffan is now on the B.Mus Vocal Studies course at the Royal Northern College in Manchester. During his first year, Steffan won the Elsie Thurston memorial Prize and… Read more »

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Romanas Kudriašovas

Romanas Kudriašovas, a recent London National Opera Studio alumnus, has performed roles from the Baroque to the 20th century including Il Conte LE NOZZE DI FIGARO (cover) for Glyndebourne Festival, Sacristan TOSCA for Liverpool Philharmonic and Wales Millennium Centre, Elviro SERSE, Antenor DARDANUS, Valens THEODORA, Mr. X in Kalman’s ZIRKUSPRINZESSIN, Bill AUFSTIEG UND FALL DER… Read more »

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Nominjin

Nominjin is a multi-lingual and multi-cultural singer, hit songwriter, actress and MC. She has performed in more than 15 countries as a soloist in front of audiences of up to 70,000 people at world renown venues such as Tokyo’s Ajinomoto Stadium and Carnegie Hall. She speaks 4 languages and sings in 15 languages. In addition… Read more »

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Joel Virgel

Joel Virgel was born in the French West Indies and grew up in Paris. He has traveled extensively throughout the world, and is heir to the vocal traditions of both Europe and Africa. He has worked with notable composers Paul Cantelon, Peter Doyle, Harald Klauser, Mark Kilian, Deborah Lurie, Heitor Pereira, Frederik Weidmann, Benjamin Walfish,… Read more »

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Jerome Kavanagh

International Indigenous Taonga Puoro ” Maori musical instrument specialist” Jerome Kavanagh is honored to share his culture globally. A grammy award winning featured Solo artist and lyricist on ‘Calling All Dawns”. Jerome has works within the British Museum collection and has performed at the Sydney Opera House, Carnegie Hall and Lincoln center New York. www.jeromekavanagh.com

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Andrew Collins

Andrew Collins is an award-winning scriptwriter, journalist and broadcaster. His weekly review of TV for The Guardian Online and later UKTV – Telly Addict – was extremely popular throughout 2016 and reinforced Andrew’s status as a highly-regarded authority in the TV industry. In March 2015, he began hosting Saturday Night at the Movies for Classic FM, which… Read more »

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Reverend and The Makers

Provocative English indie rock band Reverend and The Makers (RATM) are the brainchild of Sheffield musician Jon McClure, nicknamed The Reverend. McClure recorded the original RATM demos with members of the Arctic Monkeys and Bromheads Jacket. The band uses indie rock, electro and funk to complete their signature sound, which has earned them headline tours… Read more »

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Huw Stephens

Huw Stephens has championed new music on BBC Radio 1 since the age of 17, when he joined the station to reflect the music scene in Wales and become its youngest ever presenter. An authority on up-and-coming music, Huw co-founded the Sŵn Festival in Cardiff, and hosts his own live music nights in London, as well as being… Read more »

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Amy Lane

Amy is Head Staff Director at The Royal Opera, Covent Garden. Born in London, Amy began her career as a young singer, performing with The Royal Opera, English National Opera, British Youth Opera, Opera Holland Park and was a backing singer for Barry Manilow at Wembley Arena. As stage and video director: War Horse in… Read more »

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Elgan Llŷr Thomas

Welsh tenor, Elgan Llŷr Thomas joined Scottish Opera as an Emerging Artist this season and made his company and role début as Nemorino in their touring production of The Elixir of Love. Originally from North Wales, Elgan graduated from the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester and subsequently completed his M.A. degree at the Guildhall School of… Read more »

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