Ta­lented young mu­si­cians show­cased

Llanelli Star - - Letters -

AN evening show­cas­ing a plethora of young ta­lented mu­si­cians from across South Wales will be held on No­vem­ber 10.

This year is the fifth an­niver­sary of the LARS (Loud Ap­plause Ris­ing Stars) mu­si­cal or­gan­i­sa­tion which is based in Llanelli.

Dur­ing this pe­riod LARS has tire­lessly men­tored and nur­tured ta­lented young singers and in­stru­men­tal­ists from across South Wales along with pro­vid­ing them with stag­ing op­por­tu­ni­ties and bur­saries.

To mark LARS’ fifth an­niver­sary, Loud Ap­plause Pro­duc­tions will be host­ing a big gala con­cert ti­tled A Night with the Stars at Llanelli’s Ffwrnes Theatre.

The nine LARS Singers per­form­ing will be Lau­ren Fisher, Daisy Owens, Syd­ney Richards, Jack Owens, Neve Sum­mers, Osian Clarke, Cal­lum How­ells, Nia Rees and Stephen Davies. Shar­ing the stage with LARS will be the fa­mous Richard Wil­liams Singers from Tonyre­fail un­der the ba­ton of Mar­garet May; Côr y Cwm the award­win­ning youth choir from the Rhondda; the highly pop­u­lar Cal­lum How­ells and Friends from the Royal Welsh Col­lege of Mu­sic and Drama in Cardiff; the young choir of Ys­gol Gym­raeg Ffwrnes in Llanelli; prize win­ning trom­bon­ist Rho­dri Thomas from Llanelli; and com­pere, TV broad­caster Garry Owen.

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