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REACT

Enjoy great shows and concerts for less...

Aged 16-25? You could enjoy shows and concerts at both St David's Hall and New Theatre for only £5/£10.

Just join our free music and drama club exclusively for 16-25 year olds. Each show / concert has a limited number of seats at this special "REACT" price.

To join REACT, please complete the attached application form and email to: ntmailings@cardiff.gov.uk 

Once joined, to claim your react discounted tickets (not available online) just call into the Box Office.  The staff will confirm your discount by checking your address details - it's as easy as that.

Please note, our popular REACT tickets are subject to limited availability so don't delay book your tickets today.


Currently, you can enjoy the following shows / concerts at St David's Hall.

Welsh Singer Competition Winner 2016
Tuesday 31 January, 1pm

As winner of the Welsh Singer Competition 2016 Sioned Gwen Davies will represent Wales in the BBC Cardiff Singer of the World Competition in June 2017.

Pay What You Will -  Arrive at the Hall in time for the 1pm performance and pay what you feel is appropriate.

 

     

Birmingham Contemporary Music Group
100 Years of Composing in America
Saturday 4 February, 1pm

As an internationally-renowned contemporary ensemble, BCMG has premiered over 170 works from many of the world’s leading composers – including the world premiere of Carter’s last ever work, Epigrams, at the 2013 Aldeburgh Music Festival.

Pay What You Will - CONTEMPORARY LUNCHTIME CONCERTS supported by Arts Council of Wales with a Pay What You Will price tag.
 

Try Gamelan Workshop
Saturday 18 February, 1pm-3pm | Lefel 1
Tickets £5

The whole family can enjoy our beautiful bronze Javanese percussion instruments and learn to play a traditional piece.  The two hour sessions are fun and non-stop hands on, offering something new whether you're a keen instrumentalist or have no previous musical experience.

 

Johannes Zeinlar, Organ
Tuesday 21 February, 1pm

Johannes won First Prize and Gold Medal for Interpretation at the 2015 St Albans International Organ Festival and is a rising star in the organ world.

Pay What You Will -  Arrive at the Hall in time for the 1pm performance and pay what you feel is appropriate. 

      

Philharmonia Orchestra
Wednesday 22 February, 7.30pm
Tickets £5

The Philharmonia celebrate their 70th anniversary season with Esa-Pekka Salonen conducting Strauss’s orchestral showpiece. Also Sprach Zarathustra.

 

 

 

     

Vienna Tonkünstler Orchestra
Friday 3 March, 7.30pm
Tickets £5

The Vienna Tonkünstler makes their first visit to Cardiff with new Chief Conductor Yutaka Sado and the sensational Angela Hewitt in Beethoven and Dvořák. 

 

 

     

Welsh National Opera Orchestra
Sunday 19 March, 3pm
Tickets £5 

To open the concert, Welsh National Opera’s new Music Director Tomáš Hanus conducts the fresh, dewy Serenade written at the age of eighteen by Dvořák’s son-in-law Josef Suk.

 

 

    

Raúl Prieto Ramírez
Tuesday 28 March, 1pm

Today’s programme will include works by Bach, Buxtehude, Cabanilles, Widor and Reger.


Enjoy an hour long of classical organ music by Raúl Prieto Ramírez, the first Spanish organist in recent times to establish himself among the elites of the international concert scene.

Pay What You Will - Pay whatever you feel is appropriate

 

Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra
Saturday 1 April, 7.30pm
Tickets £5

They caused a sensation on their tour last autumn – now the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra and Michael Sanderling return with Beethoven’s First and Choral symphonies. 

 

 

    

Tonight from the West End
Thursday 20 April, 7.30pm
Tickets £10 (not VIP tickets)

Join us for a unique evening of entertainment, starring three of musical theatre’s leading stars, who will take to the stage in Tonight From The West End 2017.

 

 

Mavron Quartet
Tuesday 25 April, 1pm

Enjoy an hour long of classical music with the Cardiff based string quartet.

Pay What You Will -  Arrive at the Hall in time for the 1pm performance and pay what you feel is appropriate.

 

 

   

Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra
Sunday 14 May, 3.30pm
Tickets £5

The Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra under legendary conductor Yuri Simonov return with classics by Rimsky-Korsakov, Prokofiev and Shostakovich. 

 

 

    

Grand Band (NY)
Tuesday 23 May, 8pm
Tickets £5

New York sensation Grand Band make their Welsh debut – six grand pianos and six pianists bring you cutting edge music from across the pond.

 

 

 

  

Try Gamelan Workshop
Saturday 27 May, 1pm-3pm | Lefel 1
Tickets £5

The whole family can enjoy our beautiful bronze Javanese percussion instruments and learn to play a traditional piece.  The two hour sessions are fun and non-stop hands on, offering something new whether you're a keen instrumentalist or have no previous musical experience.

 

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Friday 2 June, 7.30pm
Tickets £5

Eric Whitacre, this decade’s choral music sensation, conducts an evening of his own music.

 

 

 

    

    


To see what our sister venue New Theatre has to offer REACT members, please click here.

 

 

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