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Charlene Farrugia (piano)


A truly international programme is brought to Cardiff by Maltese pianist, Charlene Farrugia, who has been at the forefront of her country’s music-making since the age of 13. Her programme features works composed on both sides of the Atlantic. Joseph Vella, also from Malta, Ginastera from Argentina, American George Crumb’s suite inspired by Giotto’s Paduan paintings of the nativity and Liszt inspired by Dante.

Cardiff University Symphony Chorus and Orchestra perform Fauré Requiem


Sibelius: Finlandia

Robert Fokkens: Ukuhamba Kukufunda

Fauré: Requiem

Cardiff University Symphony Chorus and Orchestra combine forces to perform Fauré’s Requiem in the composer’s 1900 orchestration of the piece.

Robert Fokkens’ work was commissioned for the South African National Youth Orchestra and he acknowledges the influence of his native South Africa in the music.

Sibelius’ symphonic poem, Finlandia, is bold, turbulent, grand, calm, intimate – uplifting and life-affirming.

CubAfrobeat – Adriano and Carolina Adewale present Nuances


Nuances is a performance exploring sounds translated into movement, rhythms expressed through the body and musical pieces based on themes from traditional Brazilian music.