Wales Millennium Centre’s Festival of Voice 2016

is celebrating music and song from the 3rd to the 12th June with 30 venues throughout Cardiff hosting concerts and events.

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Llandaff Cathedral is pleased to be part of the festival with 4 concerts including 2 performances from Bryn Terfel.

Friday 3rd June the Rustavi Ensemble will perform, starting at 7.00pm

                                                              Rustavi - 10 singers in black

Joined by the traditional Welsh male choir, Côr y Gyrlais, the Rustavi Ensemble is a Georgian folk music ensemble created almost 50 years ago. Performing songs about work, war and national identity, Rustavi combine music with national and diverse traditional dances, vivid costumes and folk instruments to create a harmonious spectacle of Georgian culture.

Tuesday 7th and Wednesday 8th June – An Evening with Bryn Terfel and Friends, starting at 7.00pm each evening.                                                                                                                         Bryn Terfel Photo credit Mei Lewis

Featuring the chamber orchestra Sinfonia Cymru under the baton of Gareth Jones, this enchanting evening will see Bryn, with special guests Rebecca Evans and harpist Hannah Stone, perform some favourite music and arias. The programme will include beautiful music by Bach, Handel and Mozart, including the intimate and charming Brandenburg Concerto No.6.

Le Mystere Des Voix Bulgares perform at the Cathedral on Friday 10th June, starting at 6.30pm

                                                             Le Mystere des voix Bulgares

Created by the father of Bulgarian concert folk music, Philip Koutev, the group are coming to Wales for the first time in ten years.  The group have worked with Bulgaria’s leading composers to bring a spellbinding, unmissable experience to the festival.

For tickets please visit https://festivalofvoice.wales or contact the Ticket Office on 029 2063 6464