* Singers taking part in the course take a break from rehearsals.
The course has been run over the past week by opera singer Anne Williams-King, who performs both at home in Wales and abroad.
Anne said: “I have always planned to set up an opera singing studio in North Wales and Friday's concert follows a week of concentrated work in Llangollen.
“It is the first public concert of the North Wales Opera Studio which will be based and rehearse at the Llangollen Community Hall and have masterclasses and performances at venues throughout North Wales.
“Together with my husband David, I have been teaching for quite a number of years in Wales as well as London and various European countries, plus Iceland in particular. It is now time to concentrate on my homeland. So much talent to help develop.”
Anne added: “St John's is a lovely venue to present a particularly enthusiastic group of young singers.
“They will performing a varied programme of favourites such as La Traviata, Marriage of Figaro, Carmen, The Magic Flute, La Boheme and more.
“We will no doubt expand much more in the future and, who knows, help to develop a few stars of the future.”
* The Extravaganza of Opera starts at 7.30pm in St John’s Church in Abbey Road on Friday. Tickets are £6 on the door.