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"...for warmth and intimacy and glorious surroundings, Llanfyllin can scarcely be beaten"


Ensemble Renard
Ensemble Renard was founded in 2018. A wind quintet, the Ensemble gives exciting and varied performances for audiences of all backgrounds. From Gershwin to Knussen, via Mozart, each piece they play demonstrates the versatility and talent of the ensemble. They include repertoire which rarely sees the light of day, and feature works especially written or arranged for the ensemble. This is their third visit to Llanfyllin.

Ieuan Jones
Ieuan started learning the harp aged six and at 13 he was the youngest member of the National Youth Orchestra of Wales. He studied at the Royal College of Music and subsequently won numerous awards and toured all over the world to great acclaim. He is now Professor of Harp at the RCM.

Creswick Quartet
The Creswick Quartet played at Llanfyllin in 2023 under their previous name, the New Allegri, an ensemble created by former Allegri Quartet player Rafael Todes. The Creswick musicians bring an unrivalled wealth of experience and musicianship, and are accustomed to the greatest concert halls of the world: they are Bradley Creswick, 1st violin, Rafael Todes, 2nd violin, Graham Oppenheimer, viola, and Kirsten Jenson, cello.

Alis Huws
The Official Royal Harpist, Alis Huws is a freelance soloist, orchestral and chamber musician. Alongside her royal role, she regularly gives recitals across the UK and internationally. Alis was a pupil of Ieuan Jones, then studied at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. In 2019 she was appointed Official Harpist to the Prince of Wales, becoming Official Royal Harpist on his accession to the throne. She played music by Karl Jenkins at the coronation.