Performers

Colne Valley Male Voice Choir

Musical Director: Thom Meredith                     Official Accompanist: Keith Swallow The first male voice choir to take the stage at the inaugural Eisteddfod in 1947. In 23 competitive visits to Llangollen the Choir has achieved six wins, five second and two third prizes which included a hat-trick of wins in 1960, 1961, and 1962 . Founded in 1922… 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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Tubalaté

For more than 25 years Tubalaté has been one of the UK’s leading professional brass ensembles. The first ever tuba-euphonium ensemble to graduate, and be awarded the prestigious Professional Performance Diploma from the Royal Northern College of Music, Tubalaté has been at the forefront of instrumental and repertory development. Their wide range of styles and… Read more »

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WNO Orchestra

The WNO Orchestra was formed in 1970. Since then, it has established itself as one of the finest orchestras in the UK, highly praised for its distinction in wide-ranging operatic repertoire, as well as for its extremely varied concert work and portfolio of recordings. Resident at Wales Millennium Centre, the Orchestra is one of two permanent, full-time ensembles at the heart of the Company, alongside the WNO Chorus. Former Music Directors of Welsh National Opera and its Orchestra include Carlo Rizzi (now Conductor Laureate) and the late Sir Charles Mackerras.

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