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Time Credits

 

Here at St David’s Hall we are very pleased to be involved with the Time Credits scheme. Run by Tempo (formerly Spice) a charity started in Wales in 2008 the scheme is now at work across the UK. Their vision is one of strong, connected communities where everyone’s time is valued. 

Time Credits are a way of recognising the amazing things people do in their communities, with everyone’s time worth the same, volunteering at one of the many projects taking part in the scheme. These range from Wales Wildlife Watch, Global Gardens, Recovery Cymru, Whitchurch Cycling Club, Work Clubs in Rhondda Cynon Taf and many other great projects. The credits can then be spent at many leisure outlets, including selected events at St David’s Hall and New Theatre. 

Look out for the symbol above to see where the Time Credit scheme applies* and visit timecredits.com for further information.

*subject to availability, Terms & conditions apply

List of shows available:

 Family Prom
 (Part of Welsh Proms)
 Sunday 21 July, 3pm
 2 credits
 

With Michael Bell MBE, Cardiff Philharmonic Orchestra, Derek Brockway and Behnaz Akhgar


 Come rain or shine Michael Bell MBE and the Cardiff Philharmonic Orchestra are forecast to be on cloud nine as they take St David’s Hall by storm with this year’s Family Prom. 

 Join Derek Brockway and Behnaz Akhgar, along with a cast of young local performers as they journey over the rainbow and back. This concert for all the family will be an ideal introduction to orchestral music and a glorious summer celebration. You can expect continuous music with intermittent spells of laughter and showers of fun.

 Organ Prom: Elin Rees
 (Part of Welsh Proms)
 Monday 22 July, 1pm
 2 credits
 

As part of Welsh Proms 2019, enjoy an hour of organ music by Elin Rees as she perform works by Widor, Rheinberger, Bach, Rütti, Rawsthorne, Larsen and Rossini. 

 Jazz Prom - Cardiff City Jazz Orchestra with  Clare Teal
 (Part of Welsh Proms)
 Monday 22 July, 7.30pm
 2 credits
  

Join the Capital City Jazz Orchestra and guest vocalist Clare Teal for a night of Big Band classics from the golden age of Swing.

Folk Prom: The Spooky Men's Chorale
 (Part of Welsh Proms)
 Thursday 25 July, 7.30pm
 2 credits 

The Spooky Men's Chorale are the gift that keeps on giving… as thunderous as a herd of wildebeest, as sly as a wagonload of Spike Milligans and as sonorous as a cloister of monks.

Jeffrey Howard in association with Cardiff Organ Events
 Lunchtime Concert
 Tuesday 10 September, 1pm
 2 credits  

Enjoy an hour of organ music by Jeffrey Howard as he perform works of Bach, Tchaikovsky, Driffil, Ireland, Vaughan-Williams and Jongen (arr.Howard). 

Roots Unearthed: Martin Simpson
 Level 3 Lounge
 Tuesday 10 September, 8pm
 2 credits 

Martyn Joseph is a completely unique and mind blowing artist. For one man and a guitar he creates a performance with a huge far-reaching sound that is energetic, compelling and passionate.   

 Solarek Piano Trio
 Lunchtime Concert
 Tuesday 1 October, 1pm
 2 credits  

Enjoy an hour of piano music by Solarek Piano Trio as they perform works of Boulanger, Clarke and Tailleferre. 

 Capital City Jazz & guest soloist,
 Stan Sulzman
 Tuesday 1 October, 8pm
 Lefel 3 Lounge
 2 credits
 

Cardiff's own Capital City Jazz Orchestra are joined by special guest soloist Stan Sulzmann for a fantastic night of Jazz. 

 International Concert Series: Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra
 Wednesday 9 October, 7.30pm
 2 credits  

The acclaimed British pianist Peter Donohoe joins the world-renowned Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra and legendary conductor Yuri Simonov for a feast of Russian music.

 Cardiff Philharmonic Orchestra
 Friday 18 October, 7.30pm
 2 credits

Cardiff Philharmonic Orchestra opens its new season with a concert of music from across the pond! 

International Concert Series:
Welsh National Opera Orchestra
Sunday 27 October, 3pm
2 credits 

WNO Orchestra will transport you with an evening of sensual orchestral colour, stirring tunes and a wonderful concerto with virtuoso cellist Daniel Müller-Schott. 

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