A CHANCE to catch the exceptional musical talent of North Wales in its ascendancy awaits in Rhyl this month.

Rhyl Music Club’s 2019-20 International Concert Series will once again foster burgeoning maestros from across North Wales, alongside bringing globally renowned performers to Rhyl Town Hall, in its Young Musicians Concert on Wednesday, November 13 at 7.30pm.

This concert forms part of the club’s “INSPIRE” youth music project and is also gratefully sponsored by Rhyl Inner Wheel Club in memory of Mrs Barbara Knowles.

Stephen Leeder, concert organiser, said: “From my point of view the club’s support for young musicians is as important as staging the fortnightly series of concerts, the last two of which featured internationally renowned pianists John Lenehan and Mishka Rushdie Momen. We work to raise money to support these youth ventures.

“We invite to our Young Musicians Concert some of the latest musical talent from across North Wales in order to give them valuable stage experience as they pursue their future career choices in the music world.”

This year’s concert will feature four musicians including Ynyr Pritchard, who returns as an award winner at the cub bringing music of Japanese composer Takemitsu and Poland’s greatest living composer, Penderecki.

He is joined by 14-year-old cellist and pianist Gwydion Rhys, who in September 2016, was fortunate enough to conduct the BBC National Orchestra of Wales at Proms in the Park in Colwyn Bay.

The evening will also welcome newcomers from the Mold area, including Eirwen Roberts, who performed at the one year anniversary memorial service of the Manchester Bombing and flautist, pianist and vocalist Carys Knight has competed successfully at several Eisteddfod competitions and has recently been on a tour in Tuscany with the Flintshire county wind band.

Tickets are priced are priced at £15 available on the door or from rhylmusic.com.