The Red Lady of Paviland

Discussion in 'The Auditorium - Concert Details' started by Burry Port Town Band, Mar 2, 2010.

  1. Drawn from a cave on the Gower Peninsula, the 20000 year old ochre-stained bones of the Red Lady of Paviland provide the inspiration for this unique and imaginative presentation of Welsh brass and vocal music, history and mythology.

    The performance features current Welsh League Champions Burry Port Town Band alongside award winning tenor Robyn Lyn, Royal Harpist Claire Jones, mixed choir Cor Seingar and Massed Children's Chorus.

    Alongside performances of Gareth Glyn's 'Dolbadarn' and Edward Gregson's 'An Age of Kings', the centrepiece of the preformance will be the premiere of ‘Y Dyn Unig’ [The Lonely Man], a new and evocative cantata for tenor and harp soloist, mixed choir, children's chorus and brass band by platinum-album selling Welsh composer Andrew Powell, libretto by leading poet Menna Elfyn. The performance will be presented by eminent scientist Professor Mark Brake.

    The project is supported by a Steps to New Music Award from the PRSF and the Arts Council of Wales, with additional support from Ty Cerdd

    Further information on The Red Lady of Paviland project can be found at:

    The Red Lady of Paviland
    Thursday April 1 2010
    Lyric Theatre, Carmarthen
    King Street, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, SA31 1BD
    Box Office: 0845 226 3510

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  2. Reminder

    Just a quick reminder to everyone about the premiere of the Red Lady of Paviland, the Burry Port Town Band's new concert project for 2010, tomorrow evening (Thursday April 1) 7:15pm at the Lyric Theatre, Carmarthen.

    Works to be performed include Edward Gregson's An Age of Kings and the world premiere performance of Andrew Powell & Menna Elfyn's 'Y Dyn Unig' [The Lonely Man], in the presence of the composer and librettist.

    Performers include award winning tenor Robyn Lyn, Royal Harpist Claire Jones, mixed choir Cor Seingar and a massed children's chorus of 100.

    Further information can be found at the band's website

    Hope some of you can make it.