Other Voices returns this weekend with their first adventure of 2021 with Other Voice Cardigan.
The event that takes place Saturday & Sunday, March 6th & 7th, sees the Other Voices team up with friends in Mwldan and Triongl as part of Gŵyl 2021 to showcase an unforgettable weekend of music which embraces the diversity + dialogue of these two celtic places.
Join host Huw Stephens on 6 & 7 March for a digital festival full of inspired performances recorded at the stunning National Museum Wales, Cardiff.
Acts include electronic pop artist Ani Glass, accomplished Irish violinist Aoife Ní Bhriain, Welsh harpist Catrin Finch, Cardiff based rising star Juice Menace, post-punk poet Sinead O’Brien, multi-instrumentalist The Gentle Good and Trinidad-born rapper, producer, and songwriter BERWYN.
Gŵyl 2021 is brought to you in partnership by Other Voices Cardigan, Festival of Voice, Aberystwyth
Other acts includes Sinead O’Brien, The Gentle Good, BERWYN Music, Juice Menace to celebrate the deep rooted cultural ties between Ireland + beautiful Wales. You can stream all the performances worldwide at 8pm each night on YouTube, Facebook + Twitter.
For full details go to https://www.othervoices.ie/content/other-voices-cardigan-2021-leisiau-eraill-aberteifi-2021?fbclid=IwAR0iHGTec1pBMNoPu81RvDxoAFLqsOW2Ln2pJiH7GzNHFyAIzcPM5l7-Xa8
#gŵyl2021 + #OVC21 are brought to you in partnership by Other Voices Cardigan (OV +Theatr Mwldan + Triongl), National Museum of Wales, Cardiff, Festival of Voice – Gwyl y Llais, Aberystwyth Comedy Festival, FOCUS Wales + are supported by S4C, BBC Cymru Wales, Welsh Government, Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media.