This Christmas, in an attempt to address the desire to raise the profile of voluntary / amateur music in Wales, Making Music Wales and Ty Cerdd are inviting brass musicians and singers from across the principality to come together at the iconic Wales Millennium Centre, in a massed celebration of the proud tradition of Welsh voluntary music making. Taking place on Tuesday December 21st 'Carols for Cymru' is a free event, wholly aimed at offering as many Welsh music makers as possible the opportunity to come together in the capital, to simultaneously make music together and collectively raise the profile of voluntary music in Wales. Everyone is welcome to participate, either as individuals or in groups. The performance will take place in the Glanfa foyer of the Millennium Centre at 6:00pm on Tuesday December 21, under the direction of leading conductor and former BBC National Orchestra of Wales principal tuba Nigel Seaman. Repertoire will consist wholly of Christmas music and all brass players and vocalists from across Wales are invited to perform as part of the massed brass band and massed Christmas choir that will assemble. For further information, and to register you or your band's participation, visit www.makingmusicwales.org.uk Show your passion and support for Welsh music making - cymryd rhan: get involved!