Sioned Haf Wyn Llewellyn & Bella Voce

Sun 22 February 1.00pm, St Andrews Church, Narberth
Advance: £7/£6 Door: £7/£6

Sioned Haf Wyn Llewelyn & Bella Voce
1-2pm (Mixed set of both artists)

Some of Pembrokeshire’s best female vocal talents will be coming together for a special one-off shared concert to wrap up the Narberth A Cappella Voice Festival on Sunday 22 February.

Exquisite Pembrokeshire female choir, Bella Voce will be sharing a joint set with Sioned Haf Wyn Llewelyn, a charismatic award-winning Welsh folk singer, in a unique concert at Narberth’s St Andrew Church.

Sioned Haf, a soprano from Efailwen, Pembrokeshire, is currently studying at Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, and has won several national folk singing competitions. With her pure youthful tone, Sioned brings a beautiful naturalness and charm to her songs.

Bella Voce is a four-part, 16 strong female vocal ensemble destined for great things. Expect an array of rich upper voice choral music from the Renaissance right through to soothing and sumptuous arrangements of love songs by the likes of Billy Joel.

Bella Voce choir is the creation of Sarah Benbow, a classically trained musician with a love for all genres of music, especially jazz. A professional soloist and singing teacher, she is especially enthusiastic when it comes to choirs. Sarah has been in the BBC Choir of Wales, John S Singers, and will be delivering one of the festival’s workshops on Saturday afternoon.

The hour-long informal lunchtime concert is the perfect way to relax after a packed weekend of singing, or to drop in, sit back with tea and cake and enjoy beautiful singing in breath-taking acoustics.

Discount weekend tickets are available in advance.