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Tuesday 29 October at 7pm

Tickets - £10, Gwent Music Students – Free

Some of the best young woodwind, brass and percussion musicians in Gwent come together to form the Gwent Youth Wind Orchestra. Under the direction of Beth Linton, join the orchestra for an evening of musical excellence, where they will be performing some favourites of the Wind Orchestra repertoire, including Ghosts by Stephen McNeff, Song and Dance by Richard Saucedo, and Martin Ellerby’s Clarinet Concerto, featuring young Gwent musician Alexia Vaghela.

29/10/2019 19:00
Concerts & Cakes with Live Music Now November 2019
Wednesday 6 November at 2pm
Tickets - £6

Boardman Ferla Duo

Giordano Boardman gained a place at the ‘S. Cecilia’ Conservatoire in Rome at the age of 11 and is a prize-winner in National and International competitions. Mezzo Soprano Nicole Boardman is currently in her first year of Masters in Vocal studies at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in Cardiff.

06/11/2019 14:00

Tickets £5

Matinee classical music recitals presented across the year including wind trios, string quartets, piano, classical guitar, harp and much more. A chance to meet and enjoy music, with lunch or a drink in The Riverfront Café before or after the performance. 

Wednesday 2 October: Wind Trio

Darius Milhaud Pastorale 

Francaix Divertissement 

Beethoven Grand Trio for Oboe, Clarinet and Bassoon 

Mozart arr. David Glazer Divertinento K439b for Oboe, Clarinet and Bassoon 

Wednesday 4 December: String Quartet

Purcell Fantazias in 4 Parts 

Britten String Quartet no. 2 

Wednesday 5 February: Viola, Clarinet & Piano

Huw Watkins Speak Seven Seas 

Mozart Kegelstatt Trio

Max Bruch 8 Stuke Op.83 

Wednesday 1 April String Trio

Dohnanyi Serenade in C major

Beethoven String Trio Op. 9 No. 3 in C minor

Wednesday 3 June Horn, Violin & Piano

Beethoven Spring Sonata Op. 24 23
Brahms Horn Trio 30'


















04/12/2019 to 03/06/2020

Tuesday 14 January at 7.30pm

Tickets -£18.50, concessions - £15.50

This coming New Year, WNO Orchestra takes A Journey to Vienna celebrating some of Europe’s finest music. In a programme to transport you across the continent, WNO Orchestra, under the direction of Leader and Concert master David Adams, will visit all corners of Europe in works by Offenbach, Mozart, Brahms, Dvorak and, of course, Strauss. The Orchestra is thrilled to be joined by soprano Mary Elizabeth Williams who has become a firm favourite with WNO audiences in recent years winning critical acclaim for roles in Un ballo in maschera, La forza deldestino, and Die Fledermaus. What better way to start 2020?

14/01/2020 19:30