Baritone Roderick Williams
Conductor Leo Hussain
Mozart • Symphony no. 31 'Paris'
Mahler • Lieder eines fahrenden gesellen
Mahler • Blumine
Beethoven • Symphony no.7
Director Robert Hollingworth 'It don't mean a thing' 25th birthday cocktail Despite the label 'innovative young ensemble' this year I Fagiolini celebrates its silver jubilee with a wonderful programme that includes Tomkins, Monteverdi, and for good measure some Lennon/McCartney!
Ar waethaf y label 'ensemble ifanc mentrus', eleni y mae I Fagioli yn dathlu ei Jiwbilî Arian gyda rhaglen fendigedig sy'n cynnwys Tomkins, Monteverdi ac mewn gwrthgyferbyniad llwyr, rhyw gymaint o Lennon/McCartney.
Y Delyn Deires / Welsh Triple Harp
Robin Huw Bowen is recognised internationally as the leading exponent of the instrument. He was awarded the Glyndwr Medal in 2000.
Mae Robin Huw Bowen yn cael ei gydnabod yn rhyngwladol fel un o ddehonglwyr mwyaf blaenllaw'r offeryn. Dyfarnwyd Medal Glyndwr iddo yn 2000.
Fiddles and bows blaze away with guitar and piano for one of the most exciting and memorable fiddle ensembles ever to take the stage.
Bydd ffidlau a bwâu yn datseinio ar y cyd gyda'r gitâr a'r piano ar gyfer ensemble ffidlau sydd gyda'r mwyaf cyffrous a chynhyrfus i droedio'r llwyfan erioed.
Diwrnod Ysgolion Cynradd / Primary Schools' Project in conjunction with Ty Cerdd Music Centre Wales, Ensemble Cymru and St Asaph Cathedral.
Beethoven • Sonata Op 110 A Flat Major
Bridge • Sonata Liszt • Sonata in B Minor
W.A. Mozart (1756-1791): Allegro from Serenade No.13 for Strings in G major, K. 525
“Eine Kleine Nachtmusik”
Transcribed by Eleanor Turner
Harriet Adie (b.1980): Sun, Moon and Stars – A Middle Eastern Sky (2004)
Karl Jenkins (b.1944): Palladio (1996)
Transcribed by Eleanor Turner
Paul Patterson (b.1947): Avian Arabesques (2009)
The Hovering Falcon - Legend of the Anka
- Flight of the Phoenix
Rachmaninov (1873-1943): 18th Variation from Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini
Transcribed by Harriet Adie
4 Girls 4 Harps: Jazz medley to include standards
Summertime, Autumn Leaves and Take Five
Edward Longstaff (b.1965): Saraswati (2001)
Schumann : Fugue on B.A.C.H.
Wagner arr Karg : Vorspiel from Parsifal
Karl Elert : Harmonies du Soir
Liszt : Fantaasia and Fugue: Ad nos ad salutaren
Renowned for his fine musicianship, David Hill is widely respected as both a choral and orchestral conductor. His talent has been recognised by his appointments as Chief Conductor of The BBC Singers, Musical Director of The Bach Choir, Music Director of Southern Sinfonia, Music Director of Leeds Philharmonic Society and Associate Guest conductor of The Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. He was awarded an honorary Doctorate by the University of Southampton in 2002 in recognition of his Services to Music.
Born in Carlisle in 1957 and educated at Chetham's School of Music, where he is now a Govenor, he was made a Fellow of the Royal College of Organists at the tender age of 17. He took an organ scholarship to St John's College, Cambridge under the direction of Dr George Guest and returned to the college as Director of Music from 2003-2007. David Hill's previous posts have included Master of the Music at Winchester Cathedral (1987-2002), Music Director of The Waynflete Singers (1987- 2002) Master of the Music at Westminster Cathedral, Musical Director of the Alexandra Choir (1980- 87) and Associate Conductor and then Artistic Director of the Philharmonia Chorus (1986-1997). He is in great demand for choral training workshops worldwide and his handbook on the subject Giving Voice was published in 1995. He is a choral advisor to music publishers Novello, for whom he has edited a number of publications. As an organist, David Hill has given recitals in most of the major venues in the UK and has toured extensively abroad.
David Hill's broad-ranging discography of over 70 recordings, including many award-winners, can be found on the for Decca/Argo, Hyperion, Naxos and Virgin Classics labels.
In Conjunction with Live Music Now! Cymru Born in Athens, Dimitris began learning the guitar at the age of 6. Having won more than 12 prizes in international and national competitions he is considered one of the most talented guitarists of his generation.
Ganed Dimitris yn Athen a dechreuodd ddysgu chwarae’r gitâr pan oedd yn 6 oed. Gan iddo ennill rhagor na 12 o wobrau mewn cystadlaethau cenedlaethol a rhyngwladol fe’i hystyrir yn un o gitaryddion mwyaf talentog ei genhedlaeth.
Gyda/With Nicholas Cleobury & Dr Paul Mealor
Gyda/With Nicholas Cleobury, Ensemble Cymru, Aberdeen University
Chamber Choir and Mezzo Soprano Ann Atkinson
Conductor Nicholas Cleobury will interview Royal Composer Paul Mealor
1. Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal - Paul Mealor : Aberdeen University Choir
2. Via Crucis - Piano Quartet – Paul Mealor (World Premier) : Ensemble Cymru
3. Lark Ascending – Vaughan Williams : Ensemble Cymru
4. Ubi caritas – Paul Mealor : Aberdeen University Choir
5. O Sanctissima Maria - Paul Mealor : Aberdeen University Choir
6. Piano Quartet – Mahle : Ensemble Cymru
7. Shine Forth a Path of Stars - Paul Mealor : Ann Atkinson Mezzo Soprano
8. Suo Gan - arr. Mealor : Ann Atkinson Mezzo Soprano
Love, The Magician
Gypsy passion, betrayal, magic and mystery in the heart of Andalucia, captured with thrilling virtuosity by the UK’s foremost guitar quartet. Join us for a programme of Spanish masterpieces by Bizet, Falla and Turina.
Nwyd y Sipsi, brad, dewiniaeth a’r dirgelwch hwnnw sydd yng nghalon Andalucia, wedi ei ymgorffori mewn perfformi- ad gwefreiddiol gan bedwarawd gitâr mwyaf blaenllaw’r DU. Ymunwch â ni i fwynhau rhaglen o gampweithiau gan Bizet, Falla a Turina.