Since 2010 Angharad has worked extensively as a musical director across the globe, working on professional as well as community and education productions. Her excellent vocal skills and understanding of the voice, allow her to get the most out of every company that she works with, while her musical background ensures that musicianship and musicality isn’t forgotten.
“Speaking as a director lucky enough to work with Angharad, and as a music director myself, she is everything you’d ever want in an MD. She blends a HUGE work ethic with amazing talent, dedication and affability. She is quintessentially what anyone working in musical theatre would want from a collaborator, creator and friend.” – Tom Berger, Artistic Director, (re:)Directions Theatre Company, Director of the premiere production of “Band Geeks”
“Angharad understands the craft of singing and utilizes her knowledge to pull the best out of those under her direction. Anyone who is lucky enough to work with her will gain a better understanding of their voice and deliver a better performance.”- Daniel Bonnett, Director, “Children Of Eden”, Stagedoor Manor, New York.
Some of Angharad’s recent credits include:
Madagascar: The Musical (M.D.; U.K. Tour; Selladoor Family; dir. Kirk Jameson)
Once Upon a Mattress (M.D.; Lichfield Garrick Theatre; dir Emily Summers)
Aladdin Goes Pop (Vocal Director; U.K. Tour; Talent Artistic Group)
Directions: The Musical (M.D./Vocal and additional orchestral arrangements; South Staffordshire College; dir. Lenny Love)
Godspell (M.D.; Lichfield Garrick Studio Theatre; Momentum Performing Arts; dir. Craig Sanders)
Dick and His Cat (Vocal Coach; The Dearne Playhouse and Doncaster Little Theatre; Laffin’ Boi Productions; dir. Karl Ridsdale)
Thoroughly Modern Millie (M.D.; Blue Orange Theatre, Birmingham; dir. Cici Howells Keenan)
Encore (M.D.; Cork Arts Theatre, ACA Performing Arts; dir. Aileen Coffee)
The Wizard of Oz (M.D./Keys; Dearne Playhouse; dir. Joe Hodgkinson)
The Dreaming (M.D./Keys; Lichfield Garrick Theatre; dir. Tim Ford and Craig Sanders)
Return to the Forbidden Planet (M.D./Keys; Lichfield Garrick Theatre; South Staffordshire College; dir. Lenny Love)
Once On This Island (M.D./Keys; Lichfield Garrick Theatre; Momentum Performing Arts; dir. Angharad Sanders)
Larger Than Life (M.D./Keys/Orchestrator; Shirley Bassey Studio; Royal Welsh Collge of Music and Drama; dir. Paull David Gough)
Aladdin (M.D.; Grimsby Auditorium; Imagine theatre; dir. Paul Gibson)
The Magic of The Musicals (Associate M.D.; U.K. Tour; Adam Hepkin Productions)
Dear Santa (M.D.; The Helix, Dublin; West Side; dir. Adam Boland)
The Hired Man (M.D./Keys/Orchestrations; Lichfield Garrick Theatre; dir. Tim Ford)
Half A Sixpence (M.D./Keys; Lichfield Garrick Theatre; South Staffordshire College; dir. James Ellis)
Nicholas Nickleby (M.D.; The Etcetera theatre, Camden; House of Greasepaint; dir. Helen Thom)
Urinetown (M.D./Keys; Stanwix thEATRE, Carlisle;University of Cumbria; dir. Antony Law)
The Wizard of Oz (M.D./Keys; Epsom Playhouse, Epsom; Spiller’s Pantomimes)
Rent & Legally Blonde (M.D./Keys; Stage Door manor, New York; dir. Roque Berlanga and Mayme Paul)
Blonde Bombshells of 1943 (M.D.; Upstairs at the Gatehouse, Highgate; Ovation Productions; dir. John Plews)
Fragments: The Music of Gianni Onori (M.D./Keys/Orchestrator; The Union Theatre, Southwark; Onoray)
Pieces of String (Workshop) (Assistant M.D.; Tristan Bates Theatre, London; Perfect Pitch, Theatre Bench and The Booking Office; dir. Craig Revel Horwood)
The 8th Fold Gala Concert (M.D./Keys/Reeds/Orchstrator; The Duchess Theatre, London; Speckulation Entertainment)
Big! The Musical; A, My Name Is Alice & High School Musical (M.D./Keys; Stagedoor Manor, New York; Larry Nye, Janie Wallace and Jason Wiggins
The 8th Fold (Workshop) (M.D./Keys/Orchestrator; The Bubble, Bermondsey; Onoray; dir. Raymond Tait)
Avenue Q (Musical Supervisor/Vocal Coach; Upstairs at the Gatehouse, Highgate.; Ovation Productions; dir. John Plews) (British Fringe Premiere Winner of “Best Off West End Production”, The Mousetrap Awards 2014 and “London Fringe Production of the Year”, West End Frame Awards 2013)
Mile High (Musical Supervisor; Lost Theatre, Vauxhall; Mike Hulme; dir. Phil Wilmott)
Dangerous Daughters (M.D./Keys; stanwix Theatre, Carlisle; Perfect Pitch, dir. Racky Plews)
Steel Pier (M.D./Keys/Reeds; The Union, Southwark, London; Paul Taylor Mills; dir. Paul Taylor Mills) (European Premiere (Short listed for Best Off West End Production (What’s On Stage Award) Nominated for 6 Off West End Awards)
After many years working with voices of all styles and standards, Angharad was asked to take over the helm of the Military Wives Choir at R.A.F. Northolt which she led for two years.
She now continues to support the growth of music in the community by running the Lichfield Garrick Community Choir and the monthly open mic, the “Green Room Cabaret.”
As can be seen from the credits above, she is also a musical arranger and orchestrator. For many of the above projects, Angharad has created bespoke arrangements for ensembles of all sizes, both vocal and orchestral.
She also arranged and orchestrated all of the music for the West End gala concert performance of the musical The 8th Fold at the Duchess Theatre, which, shortly after, transferred to the Fringe festival in New York.
She also wrote original material, and performed, arranged and orchestrated three albums for the international franchise, babyballet.
She has recently completed vocal and additional arrangements for the musical Directions: The Musical in Summer 2018. Directions is an original musical, based on an album by David Courtney and Paul Kelly, with book by John Delaney; written and adapted for college and school age students and premiered at the Lichfield Garrick Theatre.