RWCMD

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RWCMDRoyal Welsh College of Music & Drama (UK)
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The concerts are presented by musician and broadcaster Tom Redmond and the RWCMD Symphony Orchestra, featuring music, singing and dancing in order to introduce the instruments and inner workings of an orchestra using interactive presentation and live musical demonstration, so that the concert experience is perceived as a natural outcome of the educational process and journey.
Gareth Williams, chairman of the board of governors of the University of South Wales, said: "This is a strong appointment for the RWCMD in particular and for the USW Group as a whole.
Kevin Price, RWCMD head of music performance, said: "Discovery, participation and learning are at the heart of this project.
Under Ms Boulding's stewardship, the RWCMD has achieved the top ranking in the UK in the Guardian University Guide for its drama training twice in the last three years.
Recent guests giving master classes have included award-winning RWCMD graduate Sophie Melville and Tenby-born Casualty actor, Charlie Dale.
I have had the pleasure of hearing and meeting RWCMD students on other occasions but I am truly excited to hear them interpret the songs that mean so much to me personally.
Hosted by showbiz legend Nicholas Parsons, the concert at the Dora Stoutzker Concert Hall at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama (RWCMD) and will be performed by Ross - formerly of Only Men Aloud - and the RWCMD Musical Theatre.
Hosted by showbiz legend Nicholas Parsons CBE, the concert, at the Dora Stoutzker Concert Hall at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama (RWCMD) will be performed by Ross Leadbeater - formerly of Only Men Aloud - and the RWCMD Musical Theatre.
RWCMD is also a client of the charity and institutional team at Brewin Dolphin as the company manage the College's endowment fund.
Lucy, who is former head of post graduate studies and research at the RWCMD and now teaches the viola da gamba - a stringed instrument similar to the cello - at the college.
In next week's tribute to Burton - who played The Taming of the Shrew's Petruccio alongside Elizabeth Taylor as headstrong Katherina in an emotion-packed 1967 movie - RWCMD director Iqbal Khan (Othello, RSC) transports the headstrong heroine of Shakespeare's play to a Beatles, Hendrix and Warhol-dominated '60s.