A SINGING sensation who has performed for thousands is set to carry his baritone from the land of song to Liverpool this autumn.

Twm Tegid Brunton, 21, of Brynford, is well-known across North and South Wales for his booming singing voice.

The tree surgeon, who studied forestry at Reaseheath College, Nantwich, has worked for over six years towards a semi-professional singing career.

Twm, who has performed alongside the likes of Bryn Terfel and as a guest performance at the Duke of Westminster's Eaton Hall, will be attuning his vocal range to bring back to life the memories of the fallen soldiers in World War One and Two.

During the Remembrance Concert, held at Liverpool Cathedral at 7.30pm on November 3, Twm will sing a variety of classic songs and war time favourites for an evening of high quality music, nostalgia, and commemoration.

Twm said: "I'm looking forward to singing at Liverpool Cathedral and having the opportunity to commemorate our fallen soldiers during this important year is an honour.

"I hope to take an element of Welshness over the water, as that's the main reason I love singing - it reminds me of my home and my heritage, which would have been very important to these soldiers during war time too."

The tree-climbing baritone began singing at age 16, but couldn't choose between his love of forestry and music. So he decided he would dedicate his time to both, and as a self-employed tree surgeon at age 21, Twm feels he has the maturity and discipline to pursue both dreams simultaneously.

His strong musical ability comes from years of training from Brian Hughes and Ilid Anne Jones, two national and international classical singers and musicians who have helped him along the way.

Performing on stage alongside Twm will be Luke McCall, of Denbighshire, who is currently acting the role of the harrowing protagonist in the Phantom of the Opera in the West End, and mezzo-soprano Sioned Terry, also of Denbighshire, who has wowed national crowds with her classic and operatic repertoire.

Côr Meibion Y Fron, and Merched Llewyrch Ladies Choir will be performing as groups, as well as an organ recital by Ilid Anne Jones and a compère by ITV's Carole Green.

Tickets are limited and can be purchased for £30 in advance at Vaughan Davies, Mold, or on 01352 752632.

A coach service is also being offered, picking up guests along the North Wales coast from Caernarfon to Liverpool and specific times can be given by Vaughan Davies.

Proceeds will go to Zoe's Place, a palliative respite facility for children in Liverpool, and the Brick Children School Nepal, supporting migrant families working in the brick fields of the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal.