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2 Bryngwyn Music Pupils Gain Prestigious Places

Katie Schmidt Yr 11 has been been chosen to play in the National Youth Orchestra of Wales which  was founded in 1945 and has the distinction of being the first national youth orchestra in the world. It is Europe’s longest-standing national youth orchestra and numbers around 115 young players aged between 13 – 21 years who are auditioned and drawn from all over Wales, and who represent some of Wales' most talented young musicians.

The NYOW performs in some of the most prestigious concert halls in Europe including St David's Hall (Cardiff), the Bridgewater Hall (Manchester), the National Concert Hall (Dublin), Waterfront Hall (Belfast), Town Hall (Birmingham), Beethovensaal (Stuttgart), the Salle Erasme (Strasbourg) the Konzerthaus am Gendarmenmarkt (Berlin), and most recently La Mortella on the island of Ischia, Italy.

William Bonnell Yr 11 has been chosen to play in the Three Counties Brass Band.