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National Youth Orchestra of Wales

Canadian conductor Kwamé Ryan directs the National Youth Orchestra of Wales in a kaleidoscope of orchestral works. For their final performance of 2022, they perform in the heart of their capital city of Cardiff and in their national concert hall, which has welcomed the Orchestra’s alumni of distinguished composers, conductors, soloists and professional musicians.

Dani Howard's Argentum(Latin for silver) is a short, vibrant and fun, yet reflective piece centred around celebration. Korngold’s timeless Violin Concerto, dedicated to Alma Mahler and peppered with themes from his popular film scores, sets the scene for perhaps one of the most vivid pieces of musical storytelling for orchestra, Rimsky-Korsakov’s exhilarating symphonic suite Scheherazade. 

The Orchestra’s 100 exceptional young musicians, age 13-22, are joined by the ‘Simply spectacular’ (The Independent) Jennifer Pike

National Youth Orchestra of Wales 
Conductor Kwamé Ryan 
Violin Jennifer Pike 

Dani Howard Argentum ‘6 
Korngold Violin Concerto ‘24 
Rimsky-Korsakov Scheherazade ‘42 

  • Standard Price: £10.00 | £14.00 | £18.00
  • Under 26s: £5.00
  • Disabled people plus one companion Half price tickets
  • Friends of St David's Hall: £2.00 off each ticket

Plus an optional £2.00 postage fee.
For Hynt tickets, please contact Box Office on 02920 878444.  Limited availability – please book early to avoid disappointment.

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