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St David's Day Concert 2014

Due to reconstruction of the Concert Hall at the Royal Northern College of Music, we were unable to stage our annual St David's Day concert at the RNCM in 2014.
Instead, the concert was at Emmanuel Church, Didsbury.

In 2015, we will be back in the refurbished Concert Hall of the RNCM on Saturday 28th February with another top class choir, Cr Godre'r Aran, and soloists to delight you.

Emmanuel Church,

with


Côr Gore Glas
(mixed voice choir from Machynlleth),


Michaela Parry, mezzo-soprano
(winner of the Welsh Society prize 2013 at the RNCM)

and



Elfair Grug Dyer, harp
(winner of the Blue Riband instrumental competition at the National Eisteddfod 2013).



The concert at Emmanuel Church was a great success and raised over £1100 towards the Christie Hospital.
Our thanks to all concerned.

 

 

 

The 2013 Concert at the R.N.C.M

 

The 2012 Concert at the R.N.C.M

 

 

The 2011 Concert at the R.N.C.M

 

The 2010 Concert at the R.N.C.M

On the evening of Saturday 6th March 2010 we were entertained by the Caernarfon Male Voice Choir with their conductor Delyth Humphreys

and the Glanaethwy Youth Choir with their conductor Cefin Roberts

- two choirs with very contrasting styles creating an evening to remember!

We were also charmed by Alaw Tecwyn, a young girl from Rhiw on the Lleyn Peninsula who is studying here at the music college. Alaw has won over 150 prizes as solo soprano and she is the winner of the Manchester Welsh Society prize for singing in 2009. This is presented every year to a promising student in the School of Vocal Studies who is Welsh or of Welsh parentage or who has some connection with Wales.
  Alaw Tecwyn with Elwyn Evans, concert secretary

A Welsh concert would not be complete without hearing aarp and we had beautiful renditions by Elfair Grug Dyer, another young girl from Lleyn who is studying at the college and is a winner of many prizes at Eisteddfodau.