Canolfan UCHELDRE Centre

Canolfan UCHELDRE Centre

Courtyard beside the Ucheldre Kitchen
Courtyard beside the Ucheldre Kitchen
Canolfan UCHELDRE Centre
Centre for the performing and visual arts in Anglesey, North Wales

Diary — Music

The remarkable acoustic of the main hall of the Ucheldre Centre has made it one of the major music venues in North Wales. Concerts range from early music to modern jazz and pop music, and include operatic, chamber, choral, and solo performances.


Music Mary Parry's The Sound of Musicals Friday 16 January 7.15pm
Mary Parry's The Sound of Musicals

Another full evening of entertainment as Mary Parry MBE and her Musical Players proudly present a selection from the musicals in The Sound of Musicals.  Sees the welcome return of Elwyn and David Parry.

Directed by Emma Huskisson.  Musical Director Huw Peters.  Costumes by Mary Parry and Emma Huskisson

A fundraising event for Alaw Ward, Ysbyty Gwynedd
2 hrs
£8, £7 Concessions/gostyngladau, children/plant
Music Ucheldre Jazz club Monday 19 January7.30 for 7.45pm

The Jazz Club meets monthly on Mondays in the Main Hall and has its resident band.  New members welcome both as musicians and audience. 

The Jazz Club meets after the Centre is closed. Ring the bell at the side door in the car park for access. 

For more information contact Chris Burne (01407) 710089. 


All welcome
2 hrs Admission free
Music Ucheldre Music Club Monday 9 February7.45 for 8pm

The Music Club meets twice monthly on Mondays in the Main Hall.

Non-members £3, £2 concessions/gostyngiadau
Music Ucheldre Jazz club Monday 16 February7.30 for 7.45pm

The Jazz Club meets monthly on Mondays in the Main Hall and has its resident band.  New members welcome both as musicians and audience. 

The Jazz Club meets after the Centre is closed. Ring the bell at the side door in the car park for access. 

For more information contact Chris Burne (01407) 710089. 

2 hrs
All Welcome      Admission free
Music Ucheldre Music Club Monday 23 February7.45 for 8pm

The Music Club meets twice monthly on Mondays in the Main Hall.

Non-members £3, £2 concessions/gostyngiadau
Music Siobhan Owen 'Celtic Roots'
Sunday 8 March3.30pm
Siobhan Owen

Enjoy an afternoon of truly beautiful music from this Welsh born Australian singer/harpist, who returns to Ucheldre to once again enchant the audience with her sublime voice and delicate harp playing. 

A popular performer at festivals and concerts around Australia, Siobhan is also gaining recognition internationally, making her UK, US and French debuts in 2013. Highlights of her career to date include singing the Welsh Anthem at the Australia vs Wales Rugby Test match in Sydney in June 2012; headlining the Los Angeles St David's Day Festival in Hollywood in March 2013; and performing as the voice of Yseult in the World Premiere of a new Alan Simon production of "Tristan & Yseult" in Nantes, France in March 2014.

Siobhan will take you on a reflective musical journey across the Celtic lands of Wales, Scotland and Ireland... and far beyond! She will delight you with her renditions of traditional and contemporary Celtic and Classical Crossover songs. This concert is part of Siobhan’s “Celtic Roots Tour”. Make sure you see this enchanting performer while you get the chance!


Ticket price includes afternoon tea.


£7, £5 concessions/gostyngiadau, £3 children/plant
Music Ucheldre Music Club Monday 9 March7.45 for 8pm

The Music Club meets twice monthly on Mondays in the Main Hall.

Non-members £3, £2 concessions/gostyngiadau
Music Ucheldre Jazz club Monday 16 March7.30 for 7.45pm

The Jazz Club meets monthly on Mondays in the Main Hall and has its resident band.  New members welcome both as musicians and audience. 

The Jazz Club meets after the Centre is closed. Ring the bell at the side door in the car park for access. 

For more information contact Chris Burne (01407) 710089. 


2 hrs
All Welcome       Admission free
Music Ucheldre Music Club Monday 23 March7.45 for 8pm

The Music Club meets twice monthly on Mondays in the Main Hall.

Non-members £3, £2 concessions/gostyngiadau
Music The Fureys Tuesday 26 May7.30pm
The Fureys

Legends of Irish music & song The FUREYS, renowned for their hit songs ‘I will love you’, ‘When you were sweet 16’, ‘The Green fields of France’, ‘The old man’, ‘Red rose café’, ‘From Clare to here’, ‘Her father didn’t like me anyway’, ‘Leaving Nancy’, ‘Steal away’ etc will perform once again in Ucheldre.

The FUREYS have been entertaining audiences worldwide for 37 years, audiences that have included former Australian Prime Minister John Howard, Former Irish President Mary McAleese and the late Pope John Paul while Tony Blair has publicly stated his favourite peace song of all time is the FUREYS “Green Fields of France”. Recently Ireland President Michael D Higgins attended their concert in Dublin’s National Concert Hall. 

The band was formed in 1978 literally by accident. George, Paul and Davey were playing in Denmark with their own band called the Buskers and Eddie and Finbar, while touring in Germany were involved in a road accident. When George and Paul got news of the accident they immediately travelled to Germany to be with their brothers. They then decided that they should all be playing together and this was the start of the FUREYS. 

Inevitably changes have occurred over 30 years. Their brother Paul died suddenly in June 2002 and Finbar left the band in December 1996, however George and Eddie have continued to delight audiences on their tours and have just released a new CD ‘The times they are a changing’. 

The oldest of the brothers, Eddie Furey left home in 1966 and travelled to Scotland at the time of the great folk revival where he met and shared accommodation in Edinburgh with then unknown folk singers Billy Connolly, Gerry Rafferty and Alex Campbell, now all famous in their own right. In 1969 with his brother Finbar, he was the special guest for the Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem throughout the USA and Canada. In 1971 he moved to mainland Europe where he toured for seven years, building up a huge following particularly in Germany. Dave Stewart from the Eurythmics has credited Eddie with teaching him his first chords on guitar when they met up in the North East of England while Dave was still a teenager. 

The FUREYS are responsible for some of the most stirring music ever to capture the public imagination. Their folk based music has received standing ovations in some of the biggest concert halls of the world and they credit their musical ability to their parents, Ted and Nora, who were well known musicians themselves. They encouraged their sons to play music from a very early age and there was live traditional music in their house almost nightly. 

Their emotive songs stir many emotions….tears and laughter, sadness and joy. 

A FUREYS concert is always a night to remember           

www.thefureys.com 

£17, £16 concessions/gostyngiadau

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