A STRING QUARTET is to visit Rhyl to perform a concert as part of its “Mainly Village Halls Tour” in May.

Sinfonia Cymru will play at St Thomas’ Church on Thursday, May 9, with the show to last roughly one hour.

Tickets will be available in the next week or so, and can be obtained by emailing: aber_morfa.maa@cinw.org.uk or by visiting: www.ticketsource.co.uk/sinfoniacymru.


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Sinfonia Cymru is comprised of Charlotte Saluste-Bridoux and Anna Tulchinskaya on violin, Mabon Llŷr Rhyd playing viola, and William Clark-Maxwell on cello.

The under-30s group do not just perform classical pieces - they have a mix of musical styles to ensure that there is something for everyone!

Sinfonia Cymru said: “Our mission is simple, we want to make sure everyone in Wales has the opportunity to enjoy quality musical experiences.

“We go the extra mile to make our concerts affordable and accessible.

“We bring our music to the heart of Welsh communities, performing in places our audiences feel at home; from village halls to pubs, from fruit and veg shops to care homes, schools and beyond!

“We work with some of the best under 30s musicians from Wales and the world. When they’re with us, we help them to grow. We don’t tell them what to do. We support them to take the lead.

“We encourage them to curate and programme their own concerts and we inspire them to explore new ways of collaborating.

“This is why our concerts are fresh, exciting and memorable for our audiences.”