ERIN Rossington comes to Rhyl Town Hall on Wednesday, February 28, a repeat visit for a soprano who is gaining recognition especially in the opera world.

She was awarded “international voice of the future” at Llangollen Eisteddfod and is now working regularly with opera companies.

In July, you can hear her as Micaela in a version of Carmen at the Buxton International Festival, but before then, will be performing a concert in Rhyl with pianist Harry Rylance, pianist, later this month.

The event is hosted by Rhyl Music Club - starting at 7.30pm, doors will open at 6.45pm, and tickets, costing £15, can be purchased on the door.


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Stephen Leeder, of Rhyl Music Club, said: “Erin has a commanding stage presence, and what a voice!

“For Rhyl she will be singing arguably the most iconic songs ever written – the Four Last Songs by Richard Strauss.

“Harry Rylance gained the highest marks in his Royal Academy studies and has regular work.

“He is a repetiteur (he rehearses the singers)at Glyndebourne, but we first came across him with Trio Arisonto, which also features BBC Young Musician horn player, Annemarie Federle.

“If you are unused to ‘classical’-type singers you may be surprised that they need no amplification.

“Erin has a voice that is almost too big for a venue like the town hall. Pay us a visit and see what you make of Strauss and Erin.”