Chwilog, a small village on the Lleyn Peninsula in North Wales, is home to this choir, or ‘côr’, and sing most of their repertoire in Welsh.
Tuesday, 12 November
Performers: interviews and biographies
Lucy loves to express herself through music, and her song ‘Love Me Back’ won Hertfordshire’s biennial Songwriter 2012 competition.
For almost twenty years, the group has brought together young people from a wide range of backgrounds.
MiniTrad's freshness on their musical journey is juxtaposed nicely with their repertoire that goes back to the early 20th Century.
Lincolnshire Skies: A Tribute to the Dambusters was commissioned to mark the 70th anniversary of the Dambusters' mission.
The collective was born when a group of musicians began holding informal sessions in people’s houses.
Oxfordshire County Youth Orchestra draws from a pool of some of the best musicians in the county, the Oxfordshire County Youth Orchestra
Enjoyment and success in music-making has a long history at Wardle Academy with keen learners receiving free instrument tuition.
Sponnaissance is a group of students from Sponne School learning about the music from the Renaissance period in a hands-on way.
The current National Entertainment Champions of Great Britain have achieved this accolade and much, much more.
This performance is the result of a collaboration between Opera North, Suffolk Music Hub and Aldeburgh Music.