The Art Of Leonardo da Vinci Uncovered In New Film

A screening of a film looking at the work of Leonardo Da Vinci will take place at Chepstow Drill Hall on December 1. One of the best known Renaissance artists in the world, da Vinci’s Mona Lisa and Last Supper are some of the most iconic art. . A spectacular exhibition was created in 2015Continue reading “The Art Of Leonardo da Vinci Uncovered In New Film”

Cardiff Symphony Orchestra To Remember Battle Of The Somme

CARDIFF University Symphony Orchestra will pay a touching tribute on Remembrance Sunday, November 13, at St David’s Hall to those that fell at the Battle of the Somme. The afternoon will begin with a free 40-minute pre-concert talk at 2pm in the L3 Lounge. Cardiff academics Dr Toby Thacker (History), Dr John Jewell (Journalism) andContinue reading “Cardiff Symphony Orchestra To Remember Battle Of The Somme”

Treorchy Male Choir To Perform In Caerleon

As part of Caerleon Festival’s Autumn programme, Treorchy Male Choir, will perform at St Cadoc’s Church, Caerleon with soprano, Cardiff’s  Iona Jones tomorrow For 130 years the Treorchy Male Choir has been recognised as one of the greatest choral ensembles of all time. There have been regular radio and television broadcasts, feature film, innumerable commercial recordingsContinue reading “Treorchy Male Choir To Perform In Caerleon”

Ballet Cymru To Present Shakespeare Masterpiece In Newport

Newport based company, Ballet Cymru will present their award winning adaptation of Shakespeare’s masterpiece Romeo a Juliet at Newport’s Riverfront Theatre between November 4 and 5. Romeo a Juliet will feature intense fighting, passionate duets and universal themes echo through dramatic and lyrical choreography. Exquisite costumes and extraordinary video projections will also create a worldContinue reading “Ballet Cymru To Present Shakespeare Masterpiece In Newport”

Art Course Commences At Chepstow Museum

Chepstow Museum brings a new opportunity to study some of the greatest painters of the western world today, in its autumn art appreciation class, From Subtlety to Shock: The Art of the High Renaissance. The course of ten new classes looks at the moment when art blossoms from the radical changes of the Early RenaissanceContinue reading “Art Course Commences At Chepstow Museum”

Roald Dahl’s Unexpected Concert Premiere Will Get Pulses Racing

This weekends City Of The Unexpected festival which commemorates the centenary of Roald Dahl’s birth in Llandaff in 1916 will be followed on next month with a special concert celebrating the life of the literary icon at St David’s Hall on October 21. Concert of The Unexpected: a celebration of Roald Dahl will see CardiffContinue reading “Roald Dahl’s Unexpected Concert Premiere Will Get Pulses Racing”

Celebrating Wales and Korea with Free Choral Concert

TWO nations will combine forces for a captivating choral concert as the Wales & Korea Celebration 2016 comes to St David’s Hall tomorrow evening. Starting at 7pm, an 80-strong Korean Choir will be joined by Cambrensis Choir, Sound of Wales and Dai Woolbridge to commemorate the legacy of pioneering Welsh missionary to Korea, Robert JermainContinue reading “Celebrating Wales and Korea with Free Choral Concert”

Wynne Evans Will Host an Evening Of Magical Music

There’s a chance to experience the music of the West End, Broadway and Hollywood in one captivating concert as Magical Music takes to the stage of St David’s Hall on September 18. Compeered by BBC Radio Wales presenter and opera singer Wynne Evans, the evening will feature music spanning 60 years of movies and musicalsContinue reading “Wynne Evans Will Host an Evening Of Magical Music”

Russian State Opera Bring Madama Butterfly To Wales

The highly acclaimed Russian State Opera will bring their only Wales performance of Puccini’s Madama Butterfly on their current tour to Swansea’s Grand Theatre on September 8. Featuring an impressive cast and accompanied by a large live Orchestra with over 30 musicians, Madama Butterfly is set in Japan at the turn of the twentieth centuryContinue reading “Russian State Opera Bring Madama Butterfly To Wales”

Dance Students Step Into The Future With BBO Syllabus

Dance teachers from across Wales and England recently assembled at Caerleon Town Hall to attend the British Ballet Organization’s Dance Musical Theatre Grade 1 Syllabus.  Focusing on introducing, developing and finessing the skills required for higher education courses in Musical Theatre dance and musical performance, the syllabus was presented by actor, dancer and choreographer, CrisContinue reading “Dance Students Step Into The Future With BBO Syllabus”

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