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Russian State Philharmonic Orchestra 8/10/14
Wed 8 Oct at 7:30 PM
20 September 2014
Cardiff Cake and Bake Expo
A huge variety of exhibitors showcasing and selling cakes, sugarcraft, ingredients, crockery, pastries, cupcakes, baking equipment and much more. Free admission.More Info
A Night of ELO Again
LIVE IN CONCERT - performed by ELO AGAIN The Ultimate Electric Light Orchestra Tribute Show The 1970s was the age of glam rock and the British Rock group The Electric Light Orchestra epitomised this time in music history with their unique symphonic rock style and unforgettable classics..More InfoBook Now
23 September 2014
Martin Simpson, Andy Cutting & Nancy Kerr
Comprising three of Britain’s finest musicians and interpreters of songs and tunes, each member of this trio is an acknowledged virtuoso in their own right. Martin Simpson, Andy Cutting and Nancy Kerr have come together for the joy of playing and exploring the possibilities of music together..More InfoBook Now
Lunchtime Concert-Peter King
Peter King was appointed Director of Music at Bath Abbey in 1986; together with Nicholas Kynaston, he organised the design and installation of the Abbey’s Klais Organs and his 12 CDs performing on the organ are critically acclaimed. Today he performs works by JS Bach, Saint-Saëns and Mendelssohn.More InfoBook Now
International and World Class..
Twelve Breath-taking Concerts
St David's Hall is delighted to welcome you to their new International Concert Series 2014/2015
From great romantic masterpieces by international orchestras, rapt spiritual choral classics to the sharp scintillating sounds of early and contemporary music, there are few better places to enjoy the thrill of a live concert than St David's Hall.
Dripping with tradition and quality,the renowned Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra bring the spiritual sensuality of Szymanowski and power and majesty of Beethoven's Choral
Symphony to St David's Hall.
Now nearly eighty but still the coolest minimalist composer on the block, Colin Currie Percussion perform classic Steve Reich alongside a new work, hot-off-the-press.
Two quirky individual concerts from the Orchestra of Britain's most hotly-tipped opera company: the Welsh National
Opera Orchestra perform music embodying the struggle for freedom and desire, temptation and threat.
A line up of international soloists including pianists Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Freddy Kempf, Olga Scheps and Stephen Hough; violinists Nicola Benedetti, Natalia Lomeiko,
Alexander Sitkovetsky and Vadim Repin; cellists Natalie Clein and Kristina Blaumane.
Music from eighteenth century Venice featuring the famous "Red Priest", Antonio Vivaldi, including his Four Seasons from violin superstar Nicola Benedetti and the Armonico
Hot-on-the-heels of his critically acclaimed Beethoven cycle with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra last spring, Andris Nelsons returns to Cardiff with a Beethoven concert.
As essential to Christmas as Santa, The Sixteen are back with another mouth-watering concert of well known favourites, special treats and something a bit unusual for the Christmas stocking.
Two great Russian orchestras with romantic Russian classics: the St Petersburg Symphony Orchestra, and the Russian State Philharmonic Orchestra.
Enjoy these concerts with all the family. For every full - paying adult, 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
• T wo free lunchtime concerts of your choice
• A discount card entitling you to 10% off sandwiches, cakes and hot drinks in
Art Café Celf and L3 Bar
• Subscribers Car Park Offer. Buy your parking in advance via the box office
and take advantage of our special Day Out parking offer. Park from 9am until
midnight for just £3.00 in the St David's car park.
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.
Wed 8 Oct at 7:30 PM
Fri 31 Oct at 7:30 PM
Fri 28 Nov at 7:30 PM
Sun 7 Dec at 3:00 PM
Fri 16 Jan at 7:30 PM
Tue 10 Feb at 7:30 PM
Fri 13 Feb at 7:30 PM
Fri 20 Feb at 7:30 PM
Wed 18 Mar at 7:30 PM
Fri 1 May at 7:30 PM
Tue 19 May at 7:30 PM