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Coffee Concerts begin eleventh season

Cardiff Coffee Concerts celebrated the beginning of their eleventh season last Sunday at the National Museum Cardiff with a moving performance from Leonid Gorokhov on cello, and Olga Vinokur on piano.

The concerts have produced many established classical artists in recent years, including welsh pianist llyr Williams. Now, the Coffee Concerts extend its entertainment by collaborating with Rhondda Cynon Taf Music Service so young musicians can also showcase their talent.

Robert Edge, the treasurer for the concerts, commented on how, “We are always trying to think of ways we can draw young people in. We want to extend the audience as classical music has a definite age profile”. To support the younger generation’s interest in classical music the museum offers free entry to 8-25 year olds. 


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