North Wales International Music Festival
Glyndŵr University St Asaph has joined forces with a globally-renowned classical music festival to light up North Wales. The University and North Wales International Music Festival will be working in partnership to mark the International Year of Light. The St Asaph Centre is to host the launch event on 23 June and will be among the sponsors.
The world-leading technology and science complex will also support the festival's groundbreaking education project, entitled The Power of Light, which explores the concept of light through music as well as poetry, visual art and science.
A free conference is to be held on 16 June, in collaboration with KTN, the Engineering and Science Group North Wales and the Welsh Opto-electronics Forum. Bright Lights and Engineering includes seminars and workshops on how light is used in engineering and how it can be used in manufacturing, as well as showcasing job prospects for graduates and presenting talks. There will also be exhibition space and demonstrations. Click here to register your place.