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Cymraeg : 8 Tachwedd 2019
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On 8th November 2019 the North Wales Choral Festival kicks off with the Friday night concert

This year we have extra special performances from Maelgwn Male Voice Choir and Welsh National Opera’s Fflur Wyn.

Friday evening starts the weekend with local choir Côr Meibion Maelgwn Male Voice Choir entertaining all with a variety of musical genres in both Welsh and English. Along with Welsh National Opera soprano Fflur Wyn who’s quickly establishing herself as one of the country’s foremost singers on the operatic and concert platform. A fantastic atmosphere is guaranteed, get your tickets now at £17 per adult and £8.50 per child.

Maelgwn Male Voice Choir is a local choir with members from Conwy, Llandudno, the Conwy Valley area and even further afield. Mererid Mair is our musical director, and Caryl Roberts is our accompanist as well as Sian Bratch. Over the years we have performed more than 2000 concerts, many for charities, and competed in several National Eisteddfods (winning occasionally!). Our repertoire is bilingual, and covers a variety of musical genres: a bit of classical, extracts from musicals, and of course plenty of Welsh hymns and songs. However, we proudly keep the Welsh and Celtic traditions alive and conduct our rehearsals and business predominantly in the Welsh language

Welsh soprano Fflur Wyn has already gained wide acclaim for her performances on the operatic stage as well as the concert platform and is quickly establishing herself as one of the country’s foremost young singers on the operatic and concert platform. She was elected an Associate of the Royal Academy of Music (ARAM). Fflur is the recipient of many awards and scholarships including both first prize and audience prize at the London Handel singing competition. She has performed in a variety of operatic performances and has many more planned for the near future! Whether you’re singing or spectating over the weekend, don’t miss the perfect way to kick off your weekend of choral delights in Llandudno this November

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