A celebratory concert opens this year's Urdd National Eisteddfod in Cardiff Bay, marking the tenth anniversary of Bryn Terfel's Urdd Scholarship, with past winners joining the legendary singer on stage at the Wales Millennium Centre.
This concert will launch one of Europe's biggest youth festivals, held in Cardiff Bay for the second time.
The event will see opera singer Bryn Terfel join former winners of the scholarship on stage, including Mirain Hâf, Fflur Wyn, Manon Wyn Williams, Lowri Walton, Rakhi Singh, Rhys Taylor and Rhian Lois Evans.
Joining the young performers on stage will be Daniel Evans, who has won an Olivier award on two occasions and has been a judge and mentor for a number of scholarship finalists.
Daniel is taking a break from performing on Broadway and the West End to try his hand at directing. He is currently enjoying his new role as Artistic Director of Sheffield Theatres.
Bryn, who is originally from Pant-glas in Gwynedd, is also looking forward to being reunited with some of the Urdd's best performers from recent years.
Bryn says, "The standard of this competition has always been very high and each of the winner has deserved their scholarship. I'm very pleased to see the scholarship competition go from strength to strength and develop year on year."
The musical extravaganza will be produced by popular singer-songwriter Caryl Parry Jones, who has also been a mentor for scholarship candidates over the years.
She adds, "What better way to open this year's Eisteddfod than to showcase the best of the Urdd's young talents? It will be great to see how the past winners have developed since their days at the Urdd. One thing's certain, Sunday night will feature a variety of acts and great entertainment."
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