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Performance on 3


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A St David's 's Day Concert
The BBC National Chorus and Orchestra of Wales give their annual concert in honour of the patron saint of Wales, live from St.
David's Hall in Cardiff. Memories of a south-
Wales landscape inspire Rhian Samuel 's suite of dances, and the Welsh choral tradition is celebrated with two major works by Pouienc and Rossini. Janice Watson (soprano), Pamela Helen Stephen (mezzo),
Timothy Richards (tenor), Stephan Loges (baritone), BBC National Chorus and Orchestra of Wales, conductor Richard Hickox. Poulenc Gloria
Rhian Samuel Dawnsiau "rNant (Dances of the Stream)
8.10 Twenty Minutes:
Wales - a Case of Mistaken Identity
Welsh writers Patrick Hannan , Menna Elfyn and Owen Sheers considerthe irrelevance of Welsh stereotypes and assess the dominant aesthetic influences in Wales today, exploring a new cultural identity that has as much to do with marinas as male voice choirs.
8.30 Rossini Stabat Mater


Unknown: Rhian Samuel
Soprano: Janice Watson
Soprano: Pamela Helen Stephen
Tenor: Timothy Richards
Tenor: Stephan Loges
Conductor: Richard Hickox.
Conductor: Poulenc Gloria
Conductor: Rhian Samuel Dawnsiau
Unknown: Patrick Hannan
Unknown: Menna Elfyn
Unknown: Owen Sheers
Unknown: Rossini Stabat Mater

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