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6 March, 2018

Celebrating Debussy: Trio Anima

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cardiff University Concert Hall

The festival continues in March 2018, the centenary month itself. Trio Anima presents a beguiling programme of French chamber music, juxtaposing Debussy’s war-time Sonata for flute, viola and harp with works by Dubois, Jolivet, Fauré and Ravel.

Dathlu Debussy: Triawd Anima

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cardiff University Concert Hall

Ffurfiwyd Tri Anima yn 2006 yng Ngholeg Cerdd a Dama Guildhall. Yn 2007 enillodd y triawd wobr Elias Fawcett i Ensemble Siambr Nodedig. Buont yn artistiaid Live Music Now a dyfarnwyd iddynt Gymrodoriaeth Cerddoriaeth Siambr yny Coleg Cerdd a Drama Guildhall yn 2011.

10 March, 2018

Jazz at the University: Pigfoot

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cardiff University Concert Hall

Pigfoot specialise in passing classic pop through their multi-idiomatic mangle while still sounding like affectionate fans of the originals. As sought-after soloists with separate lives, they only rarely convene as Pigfoot. The School of Music is delighted that they are giving one of their rare live appearances here in Cardiff.

Jazz yn y Brifysgol: Pigfoot

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Mae Pigfoot yn arbenigo mewn tywys pop clasurol trwy eu mangl aml –idiom ei hun tra’n cydnabod hoffter y cerddorion at y modelau yn eu ffurf gwreiddiol. Mae’r cerddorion yn gweithio fel perfformwyr unigol poblogaidd ac anaml y deuant at ei gilydd dan faner Pigfoot. Mae’r Ysgol Cerddoriaeth felly yn hapus bod un o’u perfformiadau prin fel grŵp yn digwydd yma yng Nghaerdydd.

11 March, 2018

Illuminate shining light on the work of women composers and performers

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cardiff University Concert Hall

The Illuminate concert series presents new works by five emerging female composers – Angela Elizabeth Slater, Gemma Mcgregor, Blair Boyd, Sarah Westwood and Carol J Jones written for performers Késia Decoté (piano), Cassie Matthews (guitar), Sabina Virtosu (violin) and composer-performer Gemma Mcgregor (flute/shakuhachi).

13 March, 2018

Celebrating Debussy: Roy Howat (piano)

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cardiff University Concert Hall

Internationally renowned pianist and Debussy scholar Roy Howat plays the complete Préludes (book 1) in a recital exploring Debussy’s indebtedness to Chopin and Chabrier, introducing his performance with an illustrated lecture.

Dathlu Debussy: Roy Howat (piano)

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cardiff University Concert Hall

Mae enw rhyngwladol gan Roy Howat fel pianydd ac ysgolhaig ac mae ei gyngherddau, darllediadau a darlithoedd wedi dod â sylw iddo ar draws y byd. Graddiodd yng Nhgholeg y Brenin, Caergrawnt a gwnaeth astudiaeth penodol o gerddoriaeth Ffrengig ym Mharis gyda Vlado Perlemuter. Ef yw un o’r ychydig Brydeinwyr sy’n cael gwahoddiad i ddysgu a pherfformio cerddoriaeth Ffrengig ym mhrif golegau cerdd Ffrainc ar ar y radio yn Ffrainc. Mae Roy yn Artist Steinway ac mae wedi astudio llawer o gerddoriaeth yn y llawysgrifau gwreiddiol. Gwahoddwyd ef gan Francois Lesure i fod, gyda Pierre Boulez ac eraill, yn un o olygyddion yr argraffiad cyflawn o waith Debussy (Œuvres Complètes de Claude Debussy), ac ef fu’n gyfrifol am y gerddoriaeth i biano.

14 April, 2018

Jazz at the University: Trish Clowes (saxophone) and Gareth Williams (piano)

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cardiff University Concert Hall

Gareth Williams has unquestionably established himself as one of the country’s leading modern jazz pianists. A fiery and creative player, his remarkable talent has been seen with an impressive array of world-class artists, from Jazz/Hip Hop band “Us3” through to internationally-renowned jazz musicians such as Joe Lovano, George Coleman and Jim Mullen. Described as “one of the most agile and original jugglers of improv and adventurous composition to have appeared in the UK in recent times” multi-award winning saxophonist and composer Trish Clowes has made quite an impact in the relatively short time she has been on the UK jazz scene. Following her studies at the Royal Academy of Music, in 2008 she won the Peter Whittingham Development Award that allowed her to form her first ensemble, Tangent, followed by her eponymously named CD debut on Basho Records in 2010.

17 April, 2018

Contemporary Voices: Retorica

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cardiff University Concert Hall

Acclaimed violin duo Retorica return to Cardiff to present a project exploring multimedia performance. With a growing international reputation for excellent performances of both classical and more contemporary music, Retorica has been praised by Gramophone magazine for the ‘faultless technique and unfailing insight’ of their playing.

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