Rhianwen is a former first class honours scholar from the Royal College of Music, London. Whilst studying in London she gained her BMus (hons) DipABRSM and LRSM performance certificates.
She has played in many prestigious venues and events all over the UK and further afield, including the Royal Albert Hall, Buckingham Palace, Wales Millennium Center, Rio de Janeiro Arts centre etc.
Rhianwen has played for Her Majesty the Queen on several occasions, HRH Prince Charles and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Rhianwen has orchestral experience, performing as principle of the RCM Philharmonic Orchestra and Symphony Orchestra. She has performed as a soloist at such venues as The Sage- Gateshead,Salvi Harp Showrooms- London and The National Gallery. She has also played in many ensembles and duets performances nationally, including duet performances with Catrin Finch and Elinor Bennett In 2009 Rhianwen played for a TV documentary accompanying Bryn Terfel and over the years has played on ...
Lyn Lambert• 10 Nov 2018
Rhianwen made our wedding celebrations into a very special occasion. Married in the stunning setting of Portmeirion, her playing, both at the ceremony and later at the reception, was truly the 'icing on the cake' She has such a wide repertoire ,from the classics through modern pop to Disney for the children (and adults!) Truly something for everyone and what a magnificent musician. I will now be looking out for her concerts, I could listen to her for hours. Thank you so much Rhianwen., you are ...
- My favourite tune is not on your list. Will you be able to play it?Of course, I love learning new material.
- How many breaks do you take? How long are they?I take a break of 10 minutes approximately every hour.
- How much space do you require?Approximately 5 x 3 ft
- Do you have Public Liability Insurance and PAT tested equipment?Yes
- Do you have your own PA and lighting?Yes but not usually needed
- How long do you play for?Up to 4 hours with 10 minute breaks at then end of each hour
Air on the G string ( Bach)
The arrival of the Queen of Sheba ( Handel )
Ave Maria ( Schubert)
Spring/ from four season ( Vivaldi )
Arioso ( Bach)
Berceuse ( Faure)