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Join Onyx Brass, “easily the classiest brass ensemble in Britain” (BBC Music Magazine) for a series of free, informal short performances along the Vale of Glamorgan coastline culminating in an hour-long concert at the Eastern Shelter, Barry Island which will feature the world premiere of a new work for fairground organ and brass quintet by Guto Puw.
Six grand pianos and six virtuoso pianists from New York bestride St David’s Hall’s stage. Described as “awesome” (Sequenza 21) and “inventive” (New York Magazine), Grand Band champion new music from today’s composers, ranging through classical and pop-crossover to post minimal. There are classics by Reich, Lang and Glass, a world premiere from Ben Wallace and music from Wales by John Metcalf.
Since their debut six years ago, this young, award-winning string quartet from Poland has been captivating audiences with their energy and conviction. Alongside their own devised work, Multitude they perform two works inspired by dance rhythms: Penderecki’s roller-coaster ride of waltzes and gypsy melodies, and John Adams’s lively fusion of bluegrass, jazz, habanera and Latin sounds for his joyous set of dances.
Six works for flute, cello and piano by six women composers. Whilst each has a unique musical voice, they are bound together by a strong sense of place – encompassing a Buenos Aires dance hall, the rain forests of Papua New Guinea, the Chinese countryside at night and the landscape of Wales