Music is helping to keep the Welsh language alive in Patagonia, harpist and composer Catrin Finch has said.
She has been in the Welsh-speaking part of Argentina with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales (BBC NOW) to mark 150 years since Welsh settlers arrived.
Ysgol yr Hendre, the bilingual Welsh-Spanish school in Trelew, has hosted performances during a week of events.
Ms Finch said it was “incredible” to visit a Patagonian school where all the pupils speak Welsh.
“I think it’s the music that is keeping the language alive,” she said after the school visit.
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