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Jamie Brownfield

The vocals led Suzanne Mott Quintet brings together five leading musicians, including one of the finest young trumpet players on the scene and winner in the Rising Star category at the 2012 British Jazz Awards, Jamie Brownfield, plus virtuoso keyboardist Tom Kincaid. With swing, ballads and Latin sounds all featured, the Suzanne Mott Quintet delivers… Read more »

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Suzanne Mott Quintet

Biography: The vocals led Suzanne Mott Quintet brings together five leading musicians, including one of the finest young trumpet players on the scene and winner in the Rising Star category at the 2012 British Jazz Awards, Jamie Brownfield, plus virtuoso keyboardist Tom Kincaid. With swing, ballads and Latin sounds all featured, the Suzanne Mott Quintet… Read more »

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North Wales Opera Studio

Biography: North Wales Opera Studio was founded by Anne Williams-King, a professional opera soprano and teacher, and David Bartleet, opera singer, teacher and opera agent to give aspiring opera singers and students the opportunity to receive top class training from seasoned professionals. NWOS is a training ground run by experienced professionals for talented singers waiting… Read more »

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NEW Dance

Biography: NEW Dance is a registered charity and was formed in 1998. NEW Dance is an Arts Council of Wales revenue funded organisation responsible for providing opportunities for all ages and abilities; developing standards of teaching provision; and engaging communities across the regions of Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham in a range of dance activities. Their… Read more »

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Jacqui Blore

Biography: Jacqui Blore is a professional storyteller, author, musician, and crafter. She runs Piccolos Music workshops for babies and toddlers; story telling workshops, and creative writing workshops for all ages throughout Wrexham, Flintshire, Denbighshire, Cheshire, and Shropshire. Jacqui has carried out successful Creative Writing Workshops for the Arts Council of Wales, the National Trust, Llangollen… Read more »

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Moravian Children Choir

Biography: Moravian Children Choir is a children´s Choir from the Czech Republic and was founded at the local art school, in 1974. Their repertoire is very varied and includes sacred and secular songs, classical music, songs by current composers and folk music. They develop their singing abilities, social skills and have an opportunity to visit… Read more »

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The Rhythm Performing Arts

Biography: The Rhythm Performing Arts is a Foundation of Indian Folk Dance and Music from Ahmadabad, India. Since 2009 they are Members of CIOFF, the International Council of Organisations of Folklore Festivals and Folk Arts, in India and IOV, an International Organisation of Folk Art. Rhythm Performing Arts performs folk and tribal dances and music… Read more »

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Ysgol Ynyswen

Biography: The Ysgol Ynyswen are a group of enthusiastic singers who love performing. The choir is full of talented children who have achieved success individually and as part of the choir. The children are committed to being the best they can and they love performing through the Welsh language. They won the Valleys Eisteddfod choir… Read more »

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21 strings Guzheng Ensemble

Biography: The 21-string Guzheng Ensemble was created by the famous young Guzheng performer Yuyan Xu, who was also an United States Confucius Music competition judge. The Ensemble includes a teacher’s and a children’s team. The choir members of the teachers ‘ team are outstanding young Guzheng teachers who have graduated from the Department of Music… Read more »

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Cor Ysgol Gymunedol Plascrug

Biography: The choir rejoices in the diversity of cultures and religions reflected at the school and in the harmony and friendship, which develop among their children. The school has experienced many successes at the Urdd National Eisteddfod and look forward to perform at the International Eisteddfod. The Choir conductor is Gregory Vearey-Roberts, a previous soloist… Read more »

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