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Promising young musician set for Holyhead show

Published date: 13 December 2012 |
Published by: Geraint Jones
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ACCLAIMED Anglesey-born harpist and singer Siobhan Owen is returning
to her roots with an island gig on her UK debut.

The 18-year old sensation will be performing at Holyhead’s Ucheldre Centre
on her long-awaited return to the island which she moved away from at
the age of two.

The former Llanfairpwll resident remains close to her roots, specialising
in Celtic and classical harp, and she even performed the Welsh national
anthem in front of 44,000 rugby fans at Sydney’s Allianz Stadium and a worldwide television audience of millions during Wales' recent summer tour of Australia.

She performs on Sunday, January 6 at 3.30pm, tickets cost £7, concessions £5,
children £3 and aftermoom tea is included in the price.

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