Performers: Tuesday

Ed Watt Band

  Tuesday 4 July – Globe Stage- 13.00 and 16.30 1950s /60S Soul and disco… but its just a tribute to the great music of the 1950s this time at LLangollen We are all Jazz Musicians as well. Ed and John are members of the Liverpool Jazz Club house band at the Everyman theatre Liverpool…. Read more »

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Brenig

Brenig are Daniel Laws (Vocals/Guitar) and Mandy Martin (Vocals/Mandolin). They are an original acoustic folk due based in Aberystwyth, West Wales. Formed in 2012, Mandy is originally from Staffordshire and was a performer on the midland folk scene before settling in Wales, while Daniel is from Ceredigion, and although a late rival to songwriting, his… Read more »

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LOUGHGIEL FOLK DANCERS

Loughgiel Folk Dancers were established in 1978 and are the current Ulster and International champions in both team and solo competitions. We have been competing at the Eisteddfod in Llangollen since 1993 and have been returning since namely due to the enjoyment of the festival and the cherished friendships they have made throughout the years…. Read more »

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CHILDREN´S CHOIR OF MUSAMARI CHORAL SCHOOL

Children´s Choir of Musamari Choral School was founded in 2006 and consists of girls aged 8 to 14. The choir has taken part in several music projects, Song Celebrations, festivals and  competitions in Estonia and abroad. They have worked together with Estonian topp musicians, singers and composers, including seven concert projects in cooperation with Estonian… Read more »

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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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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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Andri Björn Róbertsson

Andri Björn Róbertsson joined English National Opera’s prestigious Harewood Artists this Season and made his début with the company as Angelotti in Catherine Malfitano’s insightful production of Tosca. In 2014/15 Andri joined the International Opera Studio in Zürich where he performed Speaker/Second Priest in Die Zauberflöte, Der König in Die Gänsemagd, Brabantische Edle in Lohengrin and Fedja Dawidowitsch Pronin in Fälle by Oscar Strasnoy. He recently returned as a guest artist to reprise… Read more »

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The Meadows

Tuesday 4 July- Amphitheatre Sessions 18.00-19.15 The Meadows are a four-piece sibling multi-instrumentalist band and they perform original songs and fresh interpretations of folk music, predominantly drawn from Celtic culture. Their concerts are an ethereal journey: a fusion of atmospheric, contemplative, emotional textures combined with high-energy, exhilarating music which gets people dancing. They have played charity tours… Read more »

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