Performers: Concert

The Fratellis

Playful, punchy and purposefully relaxed, The Fratellis are back. Jon (vocals/guitar/piano), Barry (bass) and Mince Fratelli (drums) are roaring into their second decade with a fifth album that plays to their strengths while also pushing their sound in vivid new directions. Mantric Indian rock, anyone? A bit of sampledelic funkateering? In Your Own Sweet Time… Read more »

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Catrin Finch

Internationally renowned harpist and composer Catrin Finch is one of the most accomplished harpists of her generation, and has been delighting audiences with her performances across the UK and worldwide, since the age of five. She started her studies in Wales with Elinor Bennett, achieving the highest mark in the UK for her Grade 8… Read more »

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Rolando Villazón

Tenor Through his uniquely compelling performances with leading opera houses and orchestras around the world, Rolando Villazón has firmly established himself as one of the music world’s most critically acclaimed and beloved stars and as one of the leading tenors of our day. Heralded as “the most charming of today’s divos” (The Times) with “a… Read more »

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Rhodri Prys Jones

Welsh tenor Rhodri Prys Jones made his professional début with Welsh National Opera in Autumn 2018 in the roles of Fyodor and Ivanov in David Pountney’s War & Peace.

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Rhian Lois

Welsh soprano Rhian Lois has performed to great acclaim on the English National Opera stage in roles such as Adele Die Fledermaus, Nerine in Charpentier’s Medea and Atalanta Xerxes.

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Jamie Smith’s MABON 

With a 20th anniversary and a new LIVE album to mark the occasion, Jamie Smith’s MABON are in the mood to celebrate this impressive milestone in 2019 – keener than ever to bring their brilliant live show to all corners of the world.

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Shân Cothi

Welsh personality, Shân Cothi is a versatile classical and music theatre soloist and an experienced actress and television and radio presenter. She began her career as a music teacher but winning the Blue Riband for the best classical soloist at the National Eisteddfod of Wales in 1995 prompted her to become a professional singer. In… Read more »

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Charlotte Hoather

Soprano Charlotte Hoather completed her Master’s in Performance (Voice) at the Royal College of Music in June 2018, under the tutelage of Rosa Mannion and Simon Lepper, previously gaining a First-Class Honours Degree in Music from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland studying under Judith Howarth.

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