Holy Trinity Church, Felifoel 16/11/2018

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November 17, 2018
Friday 16th November 2018
Holy Trinity Church, Felinfoel.

We were pleased to accept the invitation to sing at Holy Trinity to help raise funds for the church. We have not sung in this part of the world for some time so it was a pleasure to be back. We sang to a near full church for an appreciative audience. The maestro D. Huw Rees again gave a sterling performance as did our accompanist Hywel Evans. We sang a good selection of songs from our repertoire with two of the songs “Tell my Father” and “O Gymru” led by our soloist Huw Roberts. We finished with a medley of songs from The First World War.

The concert also included four members of Loud Applause Rising Stars (LARS) .
Established in 2013, LARS is an exciting group of talented young singers who are eager and ambitious to fulfill their potential and withe help and guidance take their talent to a broader audience. Accompanist for LARS was Catrin Hughes who teaches at Ysgol Gyfun Y Strade. 
Catrin is a trustee of LARS Charity and a Musical Advisor to the charity. It was a great pleasure to listen to these young people.
They artists were:
Daisy Owens
Who sang :      Ava Maria                                                Beyonce
                          Nella Fantasia                                         Ennio Morricone     
Jack Owens:
Who Sang:       Where’er You Walk                                Handel   
                           Empty Chairs and Empty Tables        From Les Miserables
Lauren Fisher
Who Sang:      That Man                                                   Caro Emerald
                          I’d Give My Life to You                           From Miss Saigon
Osian Clarke
Who Sang:      An Die Musik                                             Schubert
                          O Del Mio Doice Ardor                            Gluck

I f you want to know more about LARS please visit: www.loudapplauserisingstars.co.uk

A big Thank You also goes to the church for the refreshments put on after the concert. Very much appreciated.

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