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Welsh National Opera Orchestra 25/4/14
Fri 25 Apr at 7:30 PM
26 April 2014
An Evening of Movies and Musicals
Following 2 sell out shows in 2012 & 2013 An Evening of Movies & Musicals returns to St David's Hall starring original cast member, welsh tenor Wynne Evans, Nathan James ( ITV's Superstar, Trans Siberian Orchestra, Bohemian Rhapsody), Sandra Marvin ( Hairspray, Chicago) and Sabrina Aloueche..More InfoBook Now
28 April 2014
The original line-up of The Seekers – Judith Durham, Athol Guy, Keith Potger and Bruce Woodley – reunite for their 50th Anniversary Golden Jubilee Farewell Tour..More Info
29 April 2014
Basel Symphony Orchestra
Three minimalist classics: Harmonielehre started life as a dream in which John Adams saw a tanker in San Francisco Bay shoot out of the water like a rocket. From the glittering pulsating rhythms of its opening, through to its closing shimmering light, optimism and energy..More InfoBook Now
International and World Class..
Fourteen Breath-taking Concerts
St David's Hall is delighted to welcome you to their new International Concert Series 2013/2014.
From great romantic masterpieces by international orchestras, rapt spiritual choral classics to the sharp scintillating sounds of early and contempoirary music, there are few better places to enjoy the thrill of a live concert than St David's Hall.
Bringing international orchestras, soloists and conductors of the highest calibre to the National Concert Hall of Wales is no mean feat but this year we really have something to shout about. Join us and experience the magic of world class performances in a wonderful venue with a friendly atmosphere and a superb acoustic - right here in the centre of Cardiff.
Dramatic, colourful, full-blooded Rusian romantic classics from two fabulous Russian orchestras: The Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra and Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra of Moscow Radio.
Get the maximum impact from great contemporary classics by John Adams, Philip Glass, John Tavener and Arvo Pärt performed by the Basel Symphony Orchestra and the BBC National Orchestra and Chorus of Wales.
Three concerts by the Welsh National Opera Orchestra and Lothar Koenigs:
Tudor-inspired works from Britten and Vaughan Williams, music inspired by the allure of love and two great testaments of faith from Bruckner and Messiaen.
Choral Baroque and classical splendour from Florilegium under David Hill with flautist Ashley Solomon and soloists Elin Manahan Thomas, Helen-Jane Howells, Nick Pritchard and Robert Davies.
Piano concertos from Noriko Ogawa and Natasha Paremski, violin concertos from Chloë Hanslip and Christian Tetzlaff and Elgar's Cello Concerto from Natalie Clein.
Described by The Times as"...a tiny soundbite of Heaven", The Sixteen are back with Medieval and Renaissance seasonal music alongside Christmas classics by Britten and Poulenc.
Warmly romantic masterworks by Bruch, Dvořák, Schubert and Johann Srauss from the Czech National Symphony Orchestra.
Enjoy these concerts with all the family. For every full - paying adult ( Tier 7), one child can attend free of charge. Additional children can attend for just £5.00 each.
An invitation to our party on the opening night of the season
Two FREE lunchtime concerts of your choice
A discount card entitling you to 10% off sandwiches,cakes and hot drinks in Art Cafė Celf and L3 Bar.
For full information on tickets prices and availability telephone Box Office on 029 2087 8444 where a member of the team will be pleased to assist.