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delloydmusic Ltd   Reg. no. 08392773      delloydmusic@ntlworld.com        07888 720022     

About Us

Orchestra De Cymru

Orchestra De Cymru specialises in themed concerts, accompaniments and the finest 

popular classics in the orchestral, 

operatic & choral repertoire.

​Performance to audiences in Wales is a priority, particularly to those who have little or no other access to live orchestral music, planning to play prominent role in the community through workshops & coaching classes.

 

The orchestra's membership is drawn from the finest of professional musicians based in Cardiff & further afield.

Having played frequently together over the years, whether as chamber or orchestral musicians, members of the Orchestra de Cymru have vast experience and knowledge of repertoire under their belts.

       

​Thus equipped, they can tackle any style from baroque to pop, adapting to the requirements of event. They play together as one, able to accompany soloists, choirs, and opera with or without a conductor.

A Viennese Evening or Opera Gala, a Christmas or Easter Celebration, a Valentine’s Night or Summer Serenade, you’ll delight in the musicians’ love of playing.

 
  "It's a great pleasure for me to work with this    highly professional orchestra"
 
 Emmanuel Siffert - Principal Guest                  Conductor
Family & Education

Family concerts bring the thrill of live music to the ears of all ages including old favourites such as the ‘Snowman’, 'Carnival of the Animals’, or Peter & the Wolf' as well as fresh newly composed works.



Our workshops give all ages the opportunity to sing opera, conduct or even try an instrument, culminating in performing with the Orchestra De Cymru.

Percussion, brass and string ensembles exist within the orchestra, offering workshops & performances in schools and the community.

Opera

Soprano Patricia O’Neill directs courses for all standards in “Can you Sing”, also the International Conducting Course tutored by Emmanuel Siffert.

 

   

Watch the 2012 Conductors Course    promotional video (on YouTube)

These concerts sometimes involve childrens’ participation and performance with the orchestra.

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Can you Sing Opera

 

The ensemble from  Orchestra De Cymru brings the thrill of opera to smaller venues. 

 

    "Many , many congratulations for Sunday...what a sound - mellow and not once          overpowering the singers"

 

     Patricia O'Neill - "Can You Sing Opera", September 2012

Choral 

The mainstay of the orchestra's work is accompanying choral works. Accompanying is our forte, whether it be for an opera gala, choral society or concerto. You’ll find us flexible to your needs, as our musicians play together as one with or without a conductor.

"I just want to express on behalf of the Chorale our huge thanks for providing us with an excellent ensemble. 

I thought the orchestral sound  was glorious.....The audience reaction spoke much! 
Apart from your playing, I must say it was good to chat briefly to many of you, and what lovely people you are, friends after all these years."

 

Martin Hodson - Coleg Gwent Chorale, May 2013

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Manager : Rose-marie de Lloyd

 From Newport,  Rosie de Lloyd graduated in Music & Maths at University of Wales, Cardiff. She moved  on  to the  BBC Training Orchestra in Bristol and  gained  experience as principal cellist and performing as soloist in the Haydn Sinfonia Concertante. Her quartet took part in many  master classes with the Amadeus Quartet.

Before moving to Cardiff, she was a member of English National Opera, during  which time she also played for the BBC  Concert Orchestra and various other ensembles. When she returned to Wales, she free-lanced  with various orchestras including the BBC NOW and WNO. She has taken part in several television and film productions for S4C.

In 1989  she  founded  the  Wingfield Ensemble and The Welsh Sinfonia.  Having completed  her mission to establish the name  of  the Welsh Sinfonia,  she  faced a new challenge in 2011, establishing the Concert Orchestra De Cymru, now Orchestra De Cymru. The new orchestra focuses on Operatic and Choral repertoire. Her mission is to  make  music accessible to all tastes and all ages. An accomplished arranger, she specialises in trio, quartet and chamber orchestra reductions.