ONE of Rhyl Music Club's former young musician award winners will return to share the joy of timeless orchestral music in the run up to Christmas.

As part of the club's ongoing 2019-20 International Concert Series, Rhyl Town Hall will welcome the Welsh Chamber Orchestra this month.

The orchestra will present a programme featuring the music of Beethoven, Mozart, Handel and more, and feature solo performances from baritone Jeremy Huw Williams and violinist Louie McIver.

The Welsh Chamber Orchestra was founded to fill the gap in the music making life of Wales between performances of solo and small chamber music ensembles and those of the symphony orchestra.

Since its inception in 1986 it has performed with many of the world's greatest soloists, undertaken several European concert tours as well as performing throughout the UK and for many years it was resident chamber orchestra at the Swansea International Concert Series .

A spokesperson for the club said: "This is a popular concert in response to audience opinion, offering something for everyone.

"The highlight must surely be the Mozart Violin Concerto to be performed by Louie McIver who was one of our Young Musicians in 2017. He was given a similar accolade by Wrexham Symphony Orchestra last year and is now reading Music at Cambridge University.

"Jeremy Huw Williams is also no stranger to Rhyl, though most of his stage performances are in operatic roles, having appeared in sixty at major venues in North and South America, Australia, Hong Kong, Japan and most European countries."

To hear the sublime sounds of the Welsh Chamber Orchestra, head to the Town Hall on Wednesday, December 11 at 7.30pm.

Tickets are priced are priced at £15 available on the door or from