Aled Powys Williams
A native of the Amman Valley, Aled is a graduate of the RWCMD, Cardiff a Classical Brit Award Winner and former member of Only Men Aloud who won the BBC’s Last Choir Standing competition. He has performed roles ranging from Dan Cairo in 'Carmen' to Jesus in 'Godspell'.
His radio and television credits include Friday Night is Music Night, Later...with Jools Holland, Last Night of the Proms, Children in Need, Heno and Noson Lawen. Other highlights include performing at the Royal Variety Performance (London Palladium), the 2010 Ryder Cup Opening Concert (Millennium Stadium) and performing the World Premiere of ‘Mr. Dahl’ alongside Michael Sheen and Cardiff Philharmonic Orchestra (St. David’s Hall).
Aled has worked extensively for The Aloud Charity and has been part of the team since its inception. In 2013, Aled was privileged to conduct Only Boys Aloud alongside Katherine Jenkins in the finale of the Coronation Festival at Buckingham Palace.
Originally from Mansfield, Robert has been performing as a musician for more than 25 years. He has trained as a concert pianist, opera singer and teacher.
During the week Robert works as a music teacher, IT consultant and support worker - a busy life but a varied one as was always his wish.
Robert also performs with Aled for the charity ‘Lost chord’, which provides music for people with dementia across the UK.
Robert has recently taken up the guitar and is looking forward to writing his own music in the near future.