Magical Summer Music

In Public News by TBSC

A feast of magical summer music awaits you at this spectacular evening. Come and enjoy some of Wales’ major talents who will be entertaining you with songs from the world of opera, musicals, stage and screen, as well as singing some of Wales’ most popular songs.

Sioned Terry

Sioned Terry gained her experience as a singer on the stages of Wales’ Eisteddfodau. Today, the professional mezzo soprano who was raised a stone’s throw away from the banks of the Menai Straits, can turn her hand to songs of all genres – from lieder, operatic and oratorio songs, to popular songs from the stage and big screen. 

Ensemble Cymru

Ensemble Cymru was established in 2001 to provide the best possible experience of chamber music to audiences from all over Wales. Wales is the Ensemble’s backdrop – although it has a wide international repertoire, it is inspired by Wales’ countryside, its landscapes, culture and history. 

Peryn Clement-Evans

is the lead clarinettist and artistic director of Ensemble Cymru. After a period studying in Manchester, Rotterdam and Fontainebleau, he has performed as lead clarinet with the Northern Ballet, Manchester Camerata, Orquesta Sinfonica de Galicia (Spain) and London City Opera (USA Tour 2001).

Harpist Elen Hydref Thomas

comes from Porthmadog. At the age of 16 she went to study at the Purcell School of Music and then on to the Royal Academy in London. After graduating, she has worked with various orchestras in Britain and Scandinavia and as a soloist in Britain and Europe.

Côr Meibion ​​Goronwy 

Côr Meibion Goronwy (or if the name is translated to English, the Sons of Goronwy Choir), was established in 2015  in a pub in Brynteg on the western side of Anglesey but now meets in the village of Benllech. The male voice choir’s name is a tribute to Goronwy Owen, a famous 18thcentury poet from the area. Dafydd Ifan Jones is the conductor and Rhian Lloyd Jones, the accompanist. 

For further information on this evening’s performers, visit

@sionedterry

@EnsCymru

@ElenHydref

@meibiongoronwy