Monday 18 March 7.00pm – Y Neuadd Goffa: The Memorial Hall
The annual search to find the outstanding solo instrumental performer in the senior school. The Intermediate round takes place in the afternoon, before the Advanced round in the evening. The adjudicator for the evening competition will be Simon Phillippo, Head of Keyboard at the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama.
We are most grateful to Old Breconian, W. Hugh Phillips JP, FCOptom for his most generous support of the Christ College Instrumentalist of the Year Competition.
Refreshments for the evening event will be served from 6.30pm in the Neuadd Foyer.
Tickets are free and available through Ticketsource – http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/christcollegebrecon
Director of Music
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