The Cathedral of Alerces
Tony Corden tells a tale of tall trees and long memories in the shadow of Victor Jara in a National Park in southern Chile.
Vultures of Unthink
Daniel G. Williams celeberates the life of Nigel Jenkins
A Few Thoughts on an R.S. Thomas Year
Tony Brown looks back on the centenary year of R.S. Thomas
More Stuarts, Please
Hywel Dix on Welsh National Opera's new Tudor-themed productions of
The Welsh Pinter
A review of Saer Doliau (Doll Mender) at Finborough Theatre, London
The way I see it, microfictions are very short stories which (like any good writing) have a beginning, a middle, and an end...
A Review of Welsh National Opera's Jeptha
Muddy Waters, or Keeping Politics Out of Music
A Janus Faced Tragedy
Carl Lavery on Mike Pearson and Mike Brookes' return to the Welsh heartlands with their brilliantly conceived performance of The Persians
"If the Trumpet shall sound an Uncertain Note...": the record producers' craft and the Musical Professoriat
There's Nothing New Under the Sun
Niall Griffiths ventures down to the New Narratives festival in Newport, Pembrokeshire
Wales and the Great Composers — Just Good Friends?
The Year of the Great Composers
Adrian Mitchell (1932-2008)
A Memoir by Nigel Jenkins
How many music festivals make a summer? Even before the first notes of the Welsh Proms, the sounds of annual musical junketings were rustling all around our fair land...
Romantics, Revolutionaries and Camp-Followers: The Welsh Proms
Ancestral Voices Prophesying War, Mendelssohn's Elijah
The Welsh Beckett
Gwen Elis on the plays and passing of Wil Sam Jones
In Wrecsam we take what culture we can get. Billy Bragg’s appearance at Glyndwr University was a very welcome change and the place was full.