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'The first festival dedicated to author Daniel Owen was a week-long event in Mold, Flintshire in 2010 ... The colourful and lively Festival is planned as a highlight in Mold’s annual calendar.' Held Mid October.

Category Arts Festivals
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'Delivered as a partnership between schools, peripatetic music tutors, pupils, parents, and Flintshire County Council. It is committed to providing high quality music tuition across the full range of instruments and voice and involves a team of well qualified, professional, specialist musicians who deliver tuition in the schools and direct and tutor County Music ensembles at the County Music School ...'

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‘The Buckley Singers, formerly Buckley Choral Society, has been established for over 100 years and attracts members from a wide area around Buckley, near Mold, in North East Wales. Singing in a wide range of styles, both old and new, we are a friendly mixed community choir and are always looking for new members of all musical abilities, especially tenors and basses ... We guarantee a warm welcome and a friendly atmosphere, so why not give us a try?’

Category Community Choirs
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‘A men's chorus based in Kinnerton, about 6 miles from Chester. Our members are drawn from across the North West of England and North Wales ... We are primarily known as a barbershop chorus, but our repertoire includes songs of all genres and ages. We sing songs from musicals, traditional songs, choral songs and pop songs. Arrangements of recent hits have proved particularly popular on our "sing outs".‘

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Also indexedMold Barbershop Harmony Club
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‘A friendly, community based brass band. We have two bands: Our senior band which consists of experienced players and more advanced learners; Our training band which consists of new learners of all ages, who are all learning new and exciting brass instruments!’

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Established in 2013 having our first ever rehearsal on February 14th of that year. We quickly grew to a staggering membership of around 80 choristers and have now settled at an impressive 68 or so with many of the original ladies who came to the first rehearsal ... We are a fun, vibrant and diverse bunch of ladies from all walks of life and our repertoire is a good reflection of our eclectic mix of personalities. The future is bright for The Flint Ladies Choir - learning together, growing together.'

Category Ladies Choirs
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‘Founded in 1975, Cor Meibion y Fflint have enjoyed success at the highest levels in competition and delight audiences wherever they perform ... The choir sings a wide variety of music stretching from the 16th century to the 21st, old faithfuls, traditional Welsh hymns and folk songs, plus modern pop and quality contemporary compositions in many languages.’

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’30-member SATB choir with a very wide repetoire. We are available for any type of engagement, including concerts, weddings and Christmas parties.‘

Category Community Choirs
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‘Flintshire's biggest mixed voice choir around 70 voices strong ... We present up to four concerts a year of the classical choral repertoire, sacred and secular. We are a bilingual choir (English and Welsh) but also sing in other languages as required by the music. Come and join us either to sing or to listen to our concerts. Based in the historic market town of Mold in Flintshire, North Wales, the choir gives concerts in Mold Parish Church, Capel Bethesda and other venues around the area, including St. Asaph Cathedral.‘

Category Choral Societies
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‘The Band was originally formed as the Argoed Concert Band in 1997. Adopted by Mold Town Council in 1999 we became the Mold Town Band, changing our name in 2002 to Mold Town Concert Band (in order to avoid being confused with a brass or silver band!) ... A constantly evolving repertoire ranges from serene to swing - including concert marches, contemporary, popular, classical, film/ musical medleys, jazz and big band arrangements - and more! Whilst occasionally tackling more challenging pieces, the emphasis is on performing a wide range of music as a well as possible, whilst having fun. There's something for most - possibly all - tastes!’

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Mountain Harmony are a group of ladies from North Wales, Wirral and Cheshire who come together to sing four part harmony a capella in the barbershop style ... Mountain Harmony sing a range of songs from across the decades. From traditional Barbershop songs through to modern popular music and everything in between! ... Our repetoire includes rock 'n' roll, blues, swing and pop and some beautiful ballards that bring a tear to the eye ... And we enjoy ourselves! Barbershop is about performing. We move, smile and put the feeling of the words across to our audience. If you think you know what to expect from Barbershop.....we may make you think again!’

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‘One of the oldest known brass bands in Great Britain having been formed in 1822. It is one of only four brass bands to proudly have and indeed be allowed to use the "Royal" title the others being Royal Oakeley from Blaenau Ffestiniog, Nantlle Vale Royal and Royal Doulton from the Potteries. All three Welsh bands have had the "Royal” title bestowed on them by Royalty whereas Royal Doulton is the factory's name which the band took when it formed ... Performing all styles of music from traditional brass band repertoire to arrangements of modern pop songs and further, the band is kept busy throughout the year with various engagements whilst competing in the Second Section.‘

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Theatr Clwyd was originally built as a Regional Arts Centre. Located a mile from Mold town centre in North East Wales, the building incorporates four live performance venues, cinema, gift shop, bistro restaurant and three art galleries.’ Annual programme includes a Classical Concert Season which typically features eight performances by leading artists and ensembles.

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