BBC National Orchestra of Wales

Relaxed Concert

Sunday 2nd July 2017

St.David’s Hall, Cardiff

Popular orchestral classics and music from TV and film – perfect for all the family. Suitable for those with autism, learning disabilities, along with individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind and partially sighted.

Tel: 0800 052 1812 

Baluji Shrivastav

New Album – the Best of Baluji Shrivastav

BalujiSitar maestro Baluji Shrivastrav has launched a compilation album celebrating an extraordinary musical career, featuring the Inner Vision Orchestra who Disability Arts Cymru and UCAN brought to Wales a couple of years ago.

Baluji has been campaigning for a long time for blind musicians to be treated as equally as their sighted peers. To raise awareness Baluji and the Inner Vision Orchestra have formed a partnership with Rich Mix Studios in East London. Between 11am and 4pm on fortnightly Mondays starting the 13th March and running for a year, the Inner Vision Orchestra will be at Rich Mix rehearsing and developing new projects and everyone, blind or sighted, is invited to watch proceedings taking place.

Inner Vision Orchestra is playing at various venues this year for more information please visit



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Razmataz Night Club at The Tivoli

FLVCFriday 12th February 2016 – 7pm till late

The night club experience for adults with learning/physical difficulties.

£5 per person / Support £1 per person

Every 2nd Friday of the month.

Exclusive use of Tivoli Night Club, Brunswick Road, Buckley  CH7 2EF

7pm till 10pm with the option to stay later if you want to.

You do not need to be a Tandem Cymru member to access this event.

Proof of age might be asked for.  ID proof of all support required.


Spring into the New Year with The Riverfront

Riverfront Following a momentous 2015, which saw them achieve record-breaking attendance figures and form a major part of Newport Live, they begin 2016 with a jam-packed season of events, performances, cinema screenings and workshops.

But let’s hold our horses for a moment – have you sorted out all your Christmas shopping yet? Newport Live can offer you a range of ideal Christmas presents for all the family:

From chuckles with the hilarious Debra Stephenson for the comedy queen in your life, to the heart-warming tale of rugby legend Ray Grav Gravell – a perfect present for Dads and Grandads – The Riverfront has got some cracking Christmas pressies lined up. There’s even something for the li’l ‘uns in the form of the colourful and kooky Shiny – a unique participatory performance where all that glitters unfolds before your very eyes.

2016 is also set to be a great year in the music stakes. With top-class tribute acts such as Whitney: Queen of the Night, Frankie Valli celebrators The Sherry Babys and the utterly brilliant A Night of Queen – The Bohemians  rocking the Springtime stage, as well as the return of classical music favourites Sinfonia Cymru, there truly is something to cater to everyone’s musical taste.

For more information please see the new Spring brochure here.

Little Sparks


Disability Arts Cymru and Making Minds are proud to announce the full programme of events taking place as part of “Little Sparks”,   a new Mental Health Arts Festival in Wales this Autumn/Winter 2015. Opportunities have been created to participate, perform and develop skills in the arts; A platform for extraordinary talent and Seminars and Film Screenings will provide discussion and debate.

Our grateful thanks go to our funders, the Arts Council of Wales and the Royal College of Psychiatrists and also to all those organisations and venues who have shown both financial and in kind support for this initiative. We have been overwhelmed by the enthusiasm for a Mental Health Arts Festival in Wales and we are delighted to bring you this first taste of what we hope will just be the start of many Festivals to come.
To download a pdf version of the programme click here.
To visit the new website for the Events go to

Wanted: Choir Leader

choirThe Rhuddlan Environment Connection Group Choir requires a conductor to take up the baton at their friendly, community singing group.

This voluntary position would suit someone with a musical background, or a music student seeking experience in choir leading and musical arrangement.

For more information, contact Brenda Taylor on


AGRO – Recovery Through Music

AGROAGRO has a Recovery Through Music workshop at AOG Bangor Pentecostal Church Hall, Princes Rd between 5-8. Monthly event.

Why not come along and bring an instrument and jam with us. It’s in memory of one of their members and friend John Williams. It will be a monthly event. The next being on the 19th August. Please put date in your diary. The Recovery Through Music Workshops will eventually travel around Anglesey & Gwynedd.

Many different activities can be taken up with AGRO.  Go to their web site for more details:

Or email: