Gwawr Edwards – Welsh soprano
Gwawr was a finalist in BBC Radio 2’s Dame Kiri Te Kanawa Prize – a search for an ‘opera star of the future.’ She has won all the major awards and competitions in Wales.
The British baritone Will Allenby is one of the UK’s leading performers. He is a regular principal baritone with English National Opera and Welsh National Opera and has broadcast frequently for the BBC as a star singer on their longest running light music programme, ‘Friday Night is Music Night’.
Introducing Michael Grant, performing a wonderful blend of music, including a fabulous tribute to Benny Goodman, pop classics, a brilliant performance of Rhapsody in Blue featuring Michael on clarinet and piano and other favourite melodies on clarinet and saxophone.
The Welsh baritone Jeremy Huw Williams has given performances at major venues in North and South America, Australia, Hong Kong, and most European countries. As a principal singer with Welsh National Opera he appeared at the opening night of the Wales Millennium Centre, and received the inaugural Sir Geraint Evans Award from the Welsh Music Guild.
Huw Wiggin has performed in venues all over the world from London’s Wigmore Hall to the Forbidden City Concert Hall in Beijing. He has performed for a number of celebrities and royalty including Prince Albert of Monaco and his royal highness, the Prince of Wales as well as performances on Classic FM and BBC television.
Andy Crust is affectionately known as the “Man With Many Voices” and was named in the New York Times “Top Ten Must See Impersonators before you Die” for his Frankie Valli and Friends Show. Kenny Rogers also named Andy as “Europe’s Leading Kenny Rogers Impersonator” and put this on his website
A vibrant and innovative duo, Tranquillo is passionate about bringing flute and piano music to life. Performing, and often premiering, new music and arrangements, these young musicians shed new light on their instruments and give ‘flute and piano duo’ a whole new meaning through their vivid and captivating performances.