WELSH voices will raise up together in harmony for St Davids Day.

St Kentigern hospice has teamed up with a variety of singers to create a fabulous evening of spectacular home grown talent to Rhyl Pavilion for Gwyl Dewi Sant, a bilingual concert to celebrate Welsh Musical culture, which is guaranteed to enchant all on Friday, March 1.

Hosted by BBC Cymru 2 Breakfast presenter Caryl Parry Jones, this a genre-spanning extravaganza promises a truly eclectic celebration of contemporary Welsh musical talent.

Headlining the event is sensational Welsh classical crossover trio, Athena which features the spellbinding classical sopranos Gwawr Edwards, Sioned Terry and Ellen Williams.

Between them, the trio have performed at the Royal Albert Hall, the Commonwealth Games and both National and International Eisteddfod's have travelled the world singing in China, Europe, South America and North America and have toured with Rhydian Roberts as well as performing for Karl Jenkins.

Last year, Athena were dazzled at the Football Association of Wales Awards evening at Hensol Castle, and last year completed performing across the UK on a Summer Tour.

The three incredibly skilled performers have created a harmonious union that soars beyond the sum of its parts, brining their combined mastery to a wide repertoire ranging from Crossover favourites to Opera classics to Celtic folk songs.

The supreme soprano trio will be joined on the programme by Welsh star of West End production ‘Phantom of the Opera’, Luke McCall, who's other acting credits include Second cover for Jean Valjean in Les Miserables at the Queen's Theatre.

Completing the bill is a Denbighshire Schools collective led by bilingual Welsh Beat box champion and live looping extraordinaire Mr Phormula, whose incredible career has taken him from Welsh land and soundscapes to work with hip hop royalty including Bronx original KRS-One and West coast alternative pioneer The Pharcyde.

Trefor Lloyd Roberts for St Kentigern Hospice, said: “The hospice team are very excited about this concert, celebrating the culture of our community by showcasing spectacular Welsh talent."

Celebrate St David's Day at the Pavilion on Friday, March 1at 7.30pm.

Tickets are £20, with concessions available, and can be purchased over the phone on 01745 330000 or via rhylpavilion.co.uk. All proceeds from this concert will go direct to St Kentigern Hospice and