New Radnor Community Council 

Music in New Radnor

2018/9 Programme

Concerts are held in the New Radnor Community Hall on the second Saturday of the month

 All performances start at 7.30pm - Doors open 7.00pm

 This is our 35th. season of high quality music in this fine hall. Come and share the experience.

Box office 01544 350268

Wine and soft drinks on sale at the bar.


 Concerts are held on the second Saturday of the month from October to December and February and March inclusive. Concerts are mainly rooted in the classical, with the occasional high quality folk act.  The final concert of each season is normally a student ensemble from the Welsh College of Music and Drama – always a good night for us and an opportunity for the students to come out of Cardiff and experience life on the road.

 If you would like be considered for a performance, feel free to contact us.

Mary Tolhurst  

David Blackman


Saturday 10th November

Syrinx Ensemble

 An evening of classical music from this Bristol-based professional wind and piano ensemble.  Founded by oboist Jane Finch in 2000, Syrinx Ensemble consists of players from a variety of orchestras and ensembles across the south west.  


Saturday 8th December

The Lay Clerks
of Brecon Cathedral

Sacred and Secular


The lower voices of Brecon Cathedral Choir directed by Stephen Power and accompanied by Jonathan Pilgrim, present a programme of Sacred and Secular music from the middle ages to the present day.


Saturday 9th February

Charlotte Rowan - violin

Charlotte  Stevenson- piano
Virtuoso Violin

 Scots-born violinist Charlotte Rowan, described as a ‘captivating and compelling artist',has gained deserved praise for her dazzling technical proficiency and masterful command of her instrument.

Charlotte Stevenson has been involved with music education and performance for many years. She teaches piano, singing and clarsach, and is a former clarsach prize-winner at Scotland’s Royal National Mòd.

This concert in New Radnor will feature a range of virtuosic works including Saint-Saens´ Rondo Capriccioso, Vitali’s Chaconne in G Minor, JS Bach’s Solo Sonata No. 1 in G Minor, Sarasate´s Carmen Fantasy, Bloch´s Nigun and Wienaiwski´s Polonaise de Concert. 

Saturday 9th March

Students from the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama

 Our student concerts have a reputation for sparkling fresh performances and are an exciting way of seeing young performers on the brink of their successful musical careers.

Music Group Platform

Music Group Platform

The Committee

The Committee

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