ST DAVID'S Hall, Cardiff, will welcome organist Johannes Zeinler on Tuesday, February 21 for a Lunchtime Concert.

He is currently studying at Vienna's University of Music and the Performing Arts but will visit St David;s Hall to deliver a repertoire featuring Bach, Messiaen and Vierne amongst others.

Johannes won First Prize and Gold Medal for Interpretation at the 2015 St Albans International Organ Festival and has already established himself at international music festivals across Europe.

This will be a pay what you will concert.

The next concert will be a month later on Tuesday, March 21, by the Cardiff Metropolitan Cathedral Choir who will return with members of the Concert Orchestra of St John's College for a major sequence from Handel's Messiah.

Tickets for this performance cost £6 in advance or £7 on the day - concessions are available.

On Tuesday, March 28, there will be an organ recital with Spanish performer Raul Prieto Ramirez performing the likes of Bach, Buxtehude, Cabanilles, Widor and Reger. This concert will be a pay what you will.

The Ensemble in Residence at St David's Hall will be next to perform on Tuesday, April 25, for a pay what you will concert. The Mavron Quartet will return to celebrate the Russian greats with string interpretations of Borodin and Shostakovich.

The penultimate pay what you will concert sees the Welsh Chamber Players including violinist Matthew Jones mark the 50th anniversary season of the Lower Machen Festival on Tuesday, May 9, with a rendition of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons.

The season closes with a final pay what you will concert featuring the Arcomis Ensemble on Saturday, May 13. They will bring their experimental approach to two world premieres.

All performances start at 1pm and last for approximately one hour.

For pay what you will concerts all you have to do is pay what you feel is appropriate for the performance. The pay what you will concert tickets will be available for collection from the box office on the day.

For priced concerts, concessions apply to Friends of St David’s Hall, under-16s, students, over-60s and disabled people (plus one companion).

To book your tickets for the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama Symphony Orchestra concert, please visit or call the box office on 029 2087 8444.