Printer Friendly

Web link for photographer.

Opera star Christopher Purves will be entertaining audiences during the last event in the current Cardiff Coffee Concerts series. He will sing a programme of songs, including a cycle by Mussorgsky, but mostly by English composers. The concert will take place at the National Museum and Gallery in Cardiff on Sunday, April 24, at 11.30am.

Tickets are free for young people between the ages of eight and 22 and still in full-time education.

A WELSH teenager has beaten off competition from hundreds of hopefuls to be selected for The Kerrville Folk Festival in Texas.

Kerrville has been going since 1972 and each year they run a New Folk competition.

Jack Harris, 18, from Builth Wells, will play two of his songs on May 28.

Six people will then be invited to return the following weekend to perform a 20-minute set on one of the festival stages.

KAREN INGHAM, a senior lecturer in the photography department at Swansea Institute of Higher Education will be presenting a week-long live-streamed arts residency Vanitas from The Waag in Amsterdam this week

Her work is reflective of the intersection between theory and practice and incorporates both gallery based projects and published work.

Vanitas is an installation-based piece that will be on display, via a web link, from today until Friday, in the Theatrum Anatomicum of The Waag building in Amsterdam.

WALES' innovative dance company Independent Ballet Wales is celebrating both a world premiere and Arts Council of Wales funding for a national tour.

The company' production of Hamlet has its world premiere at Newport's Riverfront on Wednesday.

It will also visit the Borough Theatre, Abergavenny, June 3 and 4; Grand Theatre, Swansea, June 7; Pontardawe Arts Centre, June 11; Torch Theatre, Milford Haven, June 24 and Neuadd Dwyfor, Pwllheli, July 6.
No portion of this article can be reproduced without the express written permission from the copyright holder.
Copyright 2005 Gale, Cengage Learning. All rights reserved.

Article Details
Printer friendly Cite/link Email Feedback
Publication:Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Apr 18, 2005
Previous Article:Wales top venue for Celtic Film Festival.
Next Article:Hopkins help special needs put fitness first.

Terms of use | Privacy policy | Copyright © 2020 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters