Rhyl Music Club plays a major rôle in the cultural life of the North Wales coast through offering live music in a sociable environment at affordable cost.
We stage 12 first class mainly classical concerts which are free to members on alternate Wednesdays from October to March. They provide a platform for some of the most talented musicians in the UK and abroad, many of whom, such as the Kanneh-Mason siblings, are on the cusp of their professional careers.
The concert venue is the recently refurbished Rhyl Town Hall with its excellent acoustic which is an ideal match for the impressive sound of our Bösendorfer Imperial Grand piano.
We also give youngsters with musical potential in North Wales a platform by taking part in master-classes and at our Young Musicians Concerts. In addition to the concert hall schedule, the club provides support whenever possible to the local community by sponsoring visiting artists to perform in schools, hospitals and care homes.
Latest News …
Llandudno pianist Ellis Thomas gave a masterful recital at the Beaumaris Festival on 26 May just a week after winning the Rotary International (UK and Ireland) Young Musician Award for instrumentalists. The club has followed his progress ever since he first came on...read more
Following their performance at the last concert of our 2017-18 season, Harriet Mackenzie, Sarah-Jane Bradley and Graham Walker gave interactive sessions at Rhyl High, Ysgol Llewelyn and Ysgol Bryn Heddyd, to the delight of music students at each school. The workshops...read more
Caernarfon based viola player Ynyr Pritchard was presented with the Muriel Lewis Award at the concert given by the Karolos Ensemble on 21 March. The award was made in recognition of his outstanding performance at the club's Young Musicians Concert last November. The...read more
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Rhyl Town Hall
North Wales Premier Classical Music Venue