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The Gentle Good and the Mavron Quartet

+ Ivan Moult
14 Jun 2018

Tickets (max 8 seats per booking):
£10

Age Guidance: 14+ (No under 2s).


Cardiff's international arts festival, Festival of Voice, returns this year for its second instalment. Created by Wales Millennium Centre, we'll be bringing you 11 days of unique musical talent, one-off events, inspirational collaborations and community participation projects. The festival features powerful and diverse voices from music and the arts, both locally and internationally.

Buy tickets for the full line-up on the

Festival of Voice website

or for performances held at the Wales Millennium Centre

pick them up here.

Join the conversation on Twitter #FoV2018.

 

 

The Gentle Good is the stage name of Cardiff based songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Gareth Bonello. Taking influence from the traditional music and folklore of Wales along with a myriad of sources from all over the world, Gareth creates timeless folk music in both English and Welsh.

Best known for his intricate guitar playing and distinctive vocals, Gareth enchants audiences both as a soloist and with more complex live set-ups. Gareth has collaborated with the Mavron Quartet for many years, and they'll take to the stage together for this stunning performance.

Blessed with a voice that could soothe a set of angry ring wraiths into tranquility, Ivan Moult inhabits a curious, gentle space set between the 1970s folk/blues tradition and modern, confessional lyricism.

The Gentle Good and the Mavron Quartet: 'The arrangement is dreamy and warm with the Mavron Quartet’s strings the flickering candlelight around which Gareth’s melody dips and floats.' Fruk 

Ivan Moult: 'With a quiet beauty akin to Ben Howard, Ivan Moult as a knack with his raw vocal and acoustic guitar. Proof that Moult hasn’t lost any of the immediacy that makes him stand out'. The Music Site

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Thu 14 Jun
7:30PM £10.00  
 

Cardiff's international arts festival, Festival of Voice, returns this year for its second instalment. Created by Wales Millennium Centre, we'll be bringing you 11 days of unique musical talent, one-off events, inspirational collaborations and community participation projects. The festival features powerful and diverse voices from music and the arts, both locally and internationally.

Buy tickets for the full line-up on the

Festival of Voice website

or for performances held at the Wales Millennium Centre

pick them up here.

Join the conversation on Twitter #FoV2018.

 

 

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Cardiff's international arts festival, Festival of Voice, returns this year for its second instalment. Created by Wales Millennium Centre, we'll be bringing you 11 days of unique musical talent, one-off events, inspirational collaborations and community participation projects. The festival features powerful and diverse voices from music and the arts, both locally and internationally.

Buy tickets for the full line-up on the

Festival of Voice website

or for performances held at the Wales Millennium Centre

pick them up here.

Join the conversation on Twitter #FoV2018.

 

 

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