'A Remarkable Voice'
Empty Chairs at Empty Tables:
Bring him Home:
Samuel Morris is a 17 year old student at Ysgol Gyfun Y Strade, Llanelli where he studies welsh, drama and politics. He is also the Head Boy! After leaving school Sam hopes to pursue his dream and study musical theatre and become a West End star. A dream I’m sure is within his reach.
This year to great acclaim Sam has played the role of "Marius" in Les Miserables School Edition by SA15 Stage School and Link Larkin’’ in the Broadway Musical Hairspray by The Performance Factory. He has also performed as guest soloist at the President’s Night of Llanelli Rotary Club, the Scarlet FM and Radio Carmarthenshire Local Heroes Awards Night, the Made in Wales 'Its My Shout' Film Premier and Awards Night at Wales Millennium Centre, the Royal British Legion Gala at the Lyric Carmarthen, the ‘Silence in the Square’ Remembrance Service in Swansea, in 'A Night with the Stars' at Ffwrnes Theatre Llanelli with welsh diva Shan Cothi and baritone Mark Llewelyn Evans and in Lleisiau Cwm's Christmas Concert in Ammanford.
Future performances include guest soloist at fundraising concerts for the Carmarthenshire 2014 Royal National Eisteddfod, at the Ty Hafan Youth Gala Concert at the Grand Theatre Swansea, at the Royal British Legion's Wales Festival of Remembrance (commemorating the Centenary of the 1st World War) at the St David's Hall Cardiff and at the Festival of Remembrance Service at the Brangwyn Hall, Swansea. Also show performances include the role of Jean Valjean in Mark Jermin’s production of Les Miserable. An exciting year ahead !
Sam is represented by Loud Applause Productions.
'A Hidden Treasure'
On my Own (Les Miserables)
I dreamed a dream
Daniella, a pupil at Llanelli’s Coedcae School, is an amazingly talented 16 year old singer. She has been singing since the age of 8 with an ambition of performing on the West End stage. For such a young age she has had several lead roles in local productions; including Penny in Hairspray and Lucy in 13 with the Performance Factory, The Scarecrow in Wizard of Oz, Miss Hannigan in Annie and Eponine in Les Miserables with SA15 Stage School.
Daniella is a regular performer on ‘The Wave’ Radio Station and was particularly proud to have appeared at their recent Local Hero Awards Night. Other recent memorable moments for her was performing as soloist at Made in Wales 'Its My Shout' Film Premier and Awards Night at Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff, winning the Performance Factory Has Talent 2013 competition and a debut appearance at a Loud Applause Production concerts at The Miners Theatre in Ammanford and in 'A Night with the Stars' at Ffwrnes Theatre Llanelli where she shared the stage with welsh diva Shan Cothi and baritone Mark Llewelyn Evans.
Daniella has a very busy year ahead; one of the highlight's will be performing in the Ty Hafan Youth Gala Concert at the Grand Theatre, Swansea.
As a member of Lleisiau Hardd and All Starz Troupe she is gaining invaluable experience.
We believe Daniella has a very bright future on the musical theatre stage.
'A newly formed exciting musical theatre trio'
'A beautiful blend created from three individual unique voices'
All three members of this trio are from Carmarthenshire: Samuel Morris, Liam Reilly and Jole Harding. Fortunate for us they met at a production earlier this year where all three played lead roles. A strong bond was formed between these youngsters and soon after Three Voices was formed.Jole Harding has played in local productions, some of the West End's greatest roles - such as Jean Valjean and Judge Turpin. He is also an actor and has played Mercutio in Shakespear’s ‘Romeo and Julliet’.
Liam Reilly is currently studying at Gorseinon College. He has played in local productions, roles of Captain Von-Trapp, Daddy Warbucks and Javert in Les Miserables to great acclaim.
Samuel Morris has played Marius, in Les Miserables School Edition, to great acclaim. July this year he plays the lead role of Link Larkin in Hairspray by The Perfomance Factory. Sam has been recognised by Loud Applause as a rising star and will be performing in forthcoming Loud Applause Gala Evenings.
Three Voices will be available for musical evenings from this Autumn.
Andrew J. Pike
Resident Accompanist for Rising Stars
Born and brought up in Llanelli, South Wales, Andrew began piano and organ studies at an early age, and by the age of 16, held his first post as an organist. Andrew was taught piano by both Mr Arthur Peckham, and John Hywel Williams, later, the organ by Clive Phillips. Here began Andrew’s love of choral singing and the organ. At university, he developed his studies of both piano, organ, and conducting, under the tutelage of Malcolm Green and Timothy Lawford. During this period, he made several recordings and broadcasts for national radio and television, as well as many recitals.
As a well known accompanist, Andrew has travelled extensively across Europe, the UK and Wales, accompanying choirs, soloists, and as a recitalist, played many of the UK’s most famous organs. Andrew for the last few years has been the musical director of the Kidwelly Festival Choir, raising the choirs profile locally. One of his greatest skills, is encouraging young people to play and sing, and giving young people the opportunity to be able to perform. Andrew chairs one of the town’s youth projects, supporting young people.
As well as a busy work schedule, and playing career, Andrew is also the proud owner of the ex Embassy Braintree mighty Christie cinema pipe organ. Over the last few years, he has been involved in many organ restoration projects in an advisory capacity.
Andrew is a freelance accompanist and is represented by Loud Applause.
If you would like more information on any of the above artists I would be pleased to hear from you.
Loud Applause Productions
01554 858 144 / 07854 303 918