A host of young musical talent is practicing ahead of the Conwy Classical Music Festival 2013, where performers from across the Wales region will appear on stage in the event that runs from 21st July to 27th July.
The primary venue for this festival will be St Mary’s church, the wonderfully designed and located church that sits in the centre of the walled town of Conwy. Its strong heritage, history and architecture adds an extra interesting characteristic which will further increase the excitement of the festival.
Absolutely everyone is warmly welcomed and encouraged to attend this festival taking place next month, as it promises to show some of the most promising and upcoming talent that the country offers, whilst giving you the perfect location to enjoy some spectacular scenery, architecture and history – in the form of Conwy castle, Conwy quay and surrounding areas.
Appearances fron young tenor Elgan Llyrs Thomas, joined by former Ysgol John Bright pupil Michaela Parry, Caernarfon’s Meinir Wyn and Meilir Jones from Anglesey. Shows from Conwy-based harpist Dylan Cernyw and pianist Annette Bryn Parri from Caernarfon on Friday, July 26th, before it comes to a close of the 27th. Performances from the Brythoniaid Male Voice Choir, the National Youth Choir of Wales and a performance from Llandudno Junction brothers David Shaw and William Shaw (violin and piano) are also scheduled.
This is one of those events that you should not miss, whether you’re local or planning a visit to the region this summer. Schedule the dates in your diaries and go along to check out some of the most talented musicians the North Wales region has to offer.