Margaret Preece with NEW Sinfonia and Cor Cytgan Clwyd

Saturday 24 September 19:30 St Asaph Cathedral


‘Isn't it romantic’ to ‘Climb every mountain' - an evening of music inspired by Rodgers and Hammerstein. West End star soprano Margaret Preece is an acclaimed international vocalist and actress known for her ‘spine-chilling vocals’, who has performed in both The Sound of Music and The Phantom of the Opera.

“Isn't it romantic” i “Climb every mountain” – noson o gerddoriaeth a ysbrydolwyd gan Rodgers and Hammerstein. Mae seren y West End, Margaret Preece yn soprano ac actores rhyngwladol sy’n cael ei chymeradwyo am ei lleisio iasol, gwych ac sydd wedi perfformio yn “The Sound of Music” a “The Phantom of the Opera”.


Rodgers and Hammerstein Concert with Maggie Preece, NEW Sinfonia and Hogiau Cytgan Clwyd




NEW Sinfonia

Medley with Carousel Waltz and Sound of Music Extracts


Maggie Preece

Isn't it Romantic: 'Love me tonight' - Piano and Cello

Bewitched: 'Pal Joey' - Piano

Falling in love with love: 'Boys from Syracuse' - Piano and Cello

I enjoy being a girl: 'Flower Drum Song' - Piano and Cello


NEW Sinfonia

Two Rodgers & Hammerstein Transcriptions for Solo Piano

The March Of The Siamese Children

My Favorite Things


Côr Hogiau Cytgan Clwyd

Some Enchanted Evening: 'South Pacific’

You'll never walk Alone*: 'Carousel' with Maggie Preece


Egwyl / Interval


Maggie Preece

Shall We Dance*: ‘The King and I’

Ten Cents a Dance: 'Simple Simon' - Piano

If I Loved You: 'Carousel' (Piano and Cello)

The Lady is a Tramp: 'Babes in the Wood' (Piano)

Something Wonderful*: ‘The King and I’


NEW Sinfonia                        

Gershwin Songs

So Long Farewell: ‘Sound of Music’


Côr Hogiau Cytgan Clwyd

There is nothing like a Dame: 'South Pacific'

Goodnight sweetheart: ‘Carter & Pookie Hudson’

Edelwiess: 'Sound of Music'


Maggie Preece

I have confidence: 'Sound of Music'

Climb Every Mountain*: 'Sound of Music'


*performed with NEW Sinfonia