North Wales International Music Festival – It’s a whole new digital world, and we’re looking forward to having you with us!Continue reading VIRTUAL EVENT – 25 September, 1100
We received outstanding reviews from everyone who came to hear us perform the octet by Schubert and a new octet by John Metcalf across Wales. If you had a chance to come to hear us, we hope you too enjoyed it!Continue reading Schubert and Metcalf Octet Reviews
Ensemble Cymru will join Mid Wales Opera in the spring in a new production of Mozart’s Marriage of Figaro. Using Amanda Holden’s English translation which tells the story of the Figaro and his prospective wife Susanna’s troubles in striving to deceive their masters, the audience are sure to be in stitches! The production has been tailored especially for the Welsh audience and joining international performers on stage will be young talented singers from the Wales International Academy of Voice.Continue reading Mozart’s Marriage of Figaro… just round the corner
With the Austrian National Day taking place last Saturday, (October 26), Ensemble Cymru is delighted to announce that a Welsh tribute to Austrian composer Franz Schubert will be heard at some of Wales’ main concert halls during November.
Wales’s finest chamber music group, Ensemble Cymru will be performing works by one of the world’s greatest composers, Octet in F Major by Schubert and Octet by Welsh composer John Metcalf, in nine different concerts across the length and breadth of Wales next month. Both Octets will be performed by violin, viola, cello, double bass, clarinet, bass and French Horn in locations ranging from Holyhead, Bangor, Pwllheli, Llandudno, Colwyn Bay, Cilcain, Newport (Pembs.), to Brecon and Aberystwyth between November 2 and 17. Continue reading Celebration of Melodies
We wish to thank everybody who came to the Thank You concert at Gloddaeth Church, Llandudno. It was lovely to see so many people there, and it became obvious during chats over a cup of tea/coffee and bara brith, that a great number of you were keen for Ensemble Cymru to return! So watch this space!
S4C’s flagship magazine programme, Heno, filmed the event – here’s a link to the programme (see the concert feature at 10 minutes in):
And here is a selection of photos taken at the concert by photographer Iolo Penri.