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Music Listings For South East Wales

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Assisted Performances

Assisted Performances

If you are deaf, hard of hearing or visually impaired, we have a list of the latest accessible performances in Wales.

What’s On Wales (01 Jan 13 - 31 Jan 17)



Sessions

Sessions

Boutique stalls adorn the foyer at The Riverfront, Newport and performance fills the air in the café. All types of performers are welcome to come along from comedians to poets and musicians - all you need to do is turn up on the night. Held on the second Friday of every month.

The Riverfront (10 Jan 14 - 12 Dec 14)



First Wednesday

First Wednesday

First Wednesday is a regular series of lunchtime recitals at The Riverfront, Newport. A mixture of music is presented across the year including wind trios, string quartets, piano, classical guitar, harp and much more.

The Riverfront (01 Oct 14 - 03 Dec 14)



Mavron Half Term Concert (FREE)

Mavron Half Term Concert (FREE)

The Mavron Quartet continues to perform traditional repertoire whilst sharing their passion for works by living composers. They will be performing Mervyn Burtch's String Quartet No. 7 as part of yet another vibrant programme.

The Gate (27 Oct 14)



Mid Wales Opera: Carmen

Mid Wales Opera: Carmen

World famous opera director Jonathan Miller teams up with MWO’s Artistic Director Nicholas Cleobury to create an exciting new production of the much loved favourite of the operatic repertoire - Georges Bizet’s Carmen.

The Riverfront (30 Oct 14)



The Dream of Gerontius

The Dream of Gerontius

Elgar was always fascinated by the poem by John Henry Newman, depicting the journey of Gerontius from his deathbed to his judgement before God. In this masterpiece, the Chorus play multiple roles in the story – as angels, friends, souls in purgatory, and even demons. English tenor Andrew Kennedy sings the role of Gerontius and Swedish soprano Anna Larsson plays the Angel, guiding Gerontius on his journey.

 

St David’s Hall (7 Nov 14)



The Best of Eagles performed by Talon

The Best of Eagles performed by Talon

Now in their seventeenth year together Talon have been recognised at the ‘National Tribute Awards’ as the ‘OFFICIAL UK No. 1’ Eagles tribute show.

Memo Arts Centre (08 Nov 14)



Sinfonia Cymru

Sinfonia Cymru

Sinfonia Cymru will be joined by acclaimed Welsh pianist Llyˆr Williams described by The Guardian as a performer with ‘acute sensitivity’ and ‘penetrating insight’.

The Riverfront (23 Nov 14)



Afternoon with B Tommy Andersson

Afternoon with B Tommy Andersson

Composer-in-Association B Tommy Andersson believes there is a substantial crossover between composing and conducting – “every time I conduct, it’s like a lesson in orchestration”. In his first conducting appearance with the Orchestra, he introduces an afternoon of Romantic music from his native Sweden.

Tickets on sale from Wednesday 28 May.

BBC Hoddinott Hall (20 Jan 15)



Thomas Søndergård & Benjamin Grosvenor

Thomas Søndergård & Benjamin Grosvenor

Young British pianist Benjamin Grosvenor has been dazzling audiences worldwide since his appearance on BBC Young Musician in 2004, when he was just eleven. We welcome him back to Swansea for his first collaboration with Thomas Søndergård, and a performance of Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No 1.

 

St David’s Hall (5 Feb 15)



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