Two 'Rising Stars' from Loud Applause Productions off to The Netherlands

Two members of the Loud Applause Productions 'Rising Stars' team are on their way to The Netherlands to sing at a prestigious event.
Thomas Bytheway (above) and Callum Rhys Williams (top) will join Loud Applause Ambassador Mark Llewellyn Evans at special events in the famous town of s'Hertogenbosch.
The town has great links with Wales from World War Two and always includes Welsh artistes in concerts designed to mark the wartime liberation of the town.
On the 22nd October 1944, the 53rd Welsh Division returned southwards from Nijmegen to capture the town of s'Hertogenbosch.
For the next five days it was involved in some brutal fighting advancing to and then capturing the town. The 53rd Division finally liberated s'Hertogenbosch on the 27th October.
Loud Applause Rising Stars (LARS) were honoured to receive an invite to perform in the town on the 26th and 27th October.
They will join events under the baton of the conductor of the s'Hertogenbosch mixed Choir, Henk van der Sanden.
LARS Ambassador Mark Llewellyn Evans will also perform at the concerts.
The mixed choir have a repertoire of songs that are sung in Welsh and LARS performers will sing not only individually but join the choir to sing the specially-commissioned World War Two Requiem and the Wilhelmus (Dutch National Anthem).
One of the events is being held at the famous Jheronimus Bosch Arts Centre.
The LARS team will include Musical Advisor Andrew Pike.

Photos below of Andrew Pike, Mark Llewellyn Evans and the Jheronimus Bosch Arts Centre.


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