What's on: Evening Concerts

Tuesday 7 July
Back In Harmony: Aled Jones and Russell Watson

Tuesday 7 July 2020 – 7.30pm
Tickets: £42 / £37
Following their 2019 sell-out In Harmony tour, two of the world’s greatest classical voices launch the Llangollen 2020 concert programme performing songs from their new album, Back In Harmony. As two of the classical world’s vocal powerhouses, with countless prestigious awards, record-breaking sales and chart successes, this perfect pairing will delight dedicated fans and Eisteddfod audiences alike.
Sponsored by Kronospan

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Wednesday 8 July
Fusion: Uniting Cultures through Music

Wednesday 8 July 2020 – 7.30pm
Tickets: £25
Fusion presents eclectic musical elements from different cultures sitting side by side, from Western classical music to African folk and the rhythms of South America. The first part of the evening will feature the UK Premiere of Bobbi Fischer’s Magnificat starring Welsh Soprano Elin Manahan Thomas. The second part of the evening will feature Manchester Collective with a special excerpt from their critically-acclaimed show, Sirocco.
Supported by Arts Council Wales

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Thursday 9 July
A Concert for Peace

Thursday 9 July 2020 – 7.30pm
Tickets: £27 / £20
This uplifting and vibrant concert will feature a ‘Llangollen-Special’ performance by Only Men Aloud, The Parade of Nations presented by International Eisteddfod President, Terry Waite CBE, Young Instrumentalist winner 2019 George Todica (pianist), the annual Peace Message written and performed by local schoolchildren, and the Rotary Peace Award.
Sponsored by Westminster Stone

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Friday 10 July
BK25: Beverley Knight

Friday 10 July 2020 – 7.30pm
Tickets: £40 / £35
Queen of British Soul, Beverley Knight makes her Llangollen debut with a roof-raising show for our Friday night concert. Three times MOBO award-winner and Lifetime Achievement recipient from the Urban Music Awards, Beverley is best known for her hit singles Greatest Day, Shoulda Woulda Coulda and Come As You Are. BK25 is a special new album celebrating 25 years in the music business for this soul sensation.
Sponsored by Linguassist

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Saturday 11 July
Choir of the World

Saturday 11 July 2020 – 7.30pm
Tickets: £30 / £25
The finest choirs perform to compete for the coveted Pavarotti Trophy, Choir of the World title.  Added to this, the Lucille Armstrong Trophy, Dance Champions will also be crowned which this year includes contemporary dance for the first time. Expect a night to remember with music, dance and the best choral voices from across the globe, including the Pendine International Voice of the Future final.

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Sunday 12 July
Llanfest with James Morrison and Will Young

Sunday 12 July 2020 – 2pm
Tickets: £49.50
As a finale to Llangollen 2020, BRIT Award winning artists James Morrison and Will Young co-headline Llanfest with individual sets that include greatest hits and material from their latest albums. Llanfest has quickly become a firm favourite in the summer festival diary with outside stages featuring live music throughout the day and a chilled festival atmosphere in the spectacular setting of the Dee Valley.

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