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Essential Normandy (AA Key Guides) Paperback – 30 Sep 2010
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About the Author
Nia Williams is a freelance writer and musician, born in Cardiff and now based in Oxford. She's the author of five novels --The Pierglass (Honno Modern Fiction, 2001); Persons Living or Dead (Honno Modern Fiction, 2005); The Colour of Grass (Seren Books, 2011); Birdcage (Gurning Gnome, 2013), and Hidden Gems (Gurning Gnome, 2014) --and her short stories have been published in magazines and anthologies and broadcast on BBC Radio 4 and Radio Wales.
Nia's work involves music and words in various forms and combinations. Her musicals Verity and Daddy's Girls have been staged at the Burton-Taylor Studio and the Old Fire Station in Oxford, and another musical, Love Online, in collaboration with Andy Milburn, has been produced by several theatre groups. Other staged work includes Smoke and Mirrors, based on the music of Kurt Weill; the lyrics for a cantata for choir and brass, Terpsichoreana, by Malcolm Pearce; and specially commissioned music for contemporary dance group Lunas Dance, and BMH Theatre's production of As You Like It. Forthcoming work includes Melody, a musical for two women, and Dexter, a sequel to Verity.
As one of the English National Ballet's Regional Associate Artistes, Nia co-leads and accompanies their Dance for Parkinson's sessions in Oxford and occasionally in their other hubs around the country. She's also led vocal and music workshops for Creation Theatre, Musical Youth Company Oxford, the Birmingham Hippodrome, Live Nation Theatre, the Royal Academy of Music and several other companies, colleges and universities; and she's accompanied singers in a wide range of venues including a cowshed, an ice rink, any number of gardens (usually in rain and/or gales), several regional theatres and concert rooms, and the Royal Opera House. She's an in-house accompanist for the Oxford Lieder Festival's outreach events and masterclasses, and teaches piano and performance.
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