Friday 5th December – Saturday 13th December

Company – Sondheim | RWCMD Richard Burton Theatre | £10-£12Company Logo

Director: James Williams
Music Director: Bob Broad

Tech-Rehearsals from 29th November  – 4th December.

Performances on the 5th-6th and 9th-13th December inclusive, all 7:15pm starts with an additional matinée on Thursday the 9th.

Sunday 9th November

Benjamin BrittenBenjamin Britten’s War RequiemSt.Davids Hall, Cardiff | 3pm | £12

Carlo Rizzi                    Conductor
Alwyn Mellor               Soprano
Adrian Thompson       Tenor
Simon Keenlyside       Baritone

Royal Welsh College’s Symphony Orchestra,  Chamber Orchestra, College Chorus and Children’s Chorus.

“I sing of war, and the pity of war”. Benjamin Britten’s War Requiem is one of the defining masterpieces of twentieth century music, a timeless and deeply moving exploration of man’s inhumanity to man.

Friday 17th – Sunday 19th October

Inner Voices, Outer Worlds | Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama | Weekend Pass £50-60schumann

“I have been composing so much that it really seems uncanny at times” wrote Robert Schumann. “I should like to sing myself to death, like a nightingale”. For Schumann, music was life, and even his smallest works contain worlds. With some of Britain’s most respected living chamber musicians, this weekend is a celebration of friendship, imagination, and a genius whose vision simply never grows any less fresh.

Gade, N. W
Fantasistykker für Klavier und Klarinette – Opus 43 | RWCMD Foyer | Sunday 1:15pm

Katie Steele – Clarinet
Joshua Abbott – Piano


Schumann, R.
Frauenliebeundleben – Song Cycle | Opus 42 | | Dora Stouzker Concert Hall | Sunday 3pm

Interspersed with music by Clara Schumann and Fanny Mendelssohn

Sophie Levi and Olivia Gomez – Singers
Joshua Abbott, Kar Kong and Sandie Middleton – Pianists.