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Ffotograffiaeth Ceri Llwyd Photographs

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These are a collection of pictures taken  from the latest shoot by Ceri Llwyd Photographs.  These were taken at Gwenfrewi Project Gwytherin, near Llangernyw. Some classical and informal pictures taken with his Salvi Aurora harp and also the Lyon and Healy Silhouette Electric Harp.  I hope you enjoy these.

Dyma gasliad o lyniau newydd sbon gan Ffotograffiaeth Ceri Llwyd, Llanfair TH.  Cafodd y llyniau ei cymeryd yn Gwenfrewi, Gwytherin ger Llangernyw.
Llyniau gyda thelyn Salvi Aurora, ac Silhouette drydan Lyon and Healy.


Celebration Wedding Events

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Its the season for Engagements and Weddings again. Dylan will be attending the first of the season at The Imperial hotel Llandudno where he is the resident harpist of course.

Come along for a chat and listen

Everybody Welcome



Mae’n adeg yna or flwyddyn unwaith eto, ac mi fydd Dylan yng Nghwesty’r Imperial Llandudno Dydd Sul 22.01.17.  Cofiwch alw mewn am sgwrs ac i wrando.

Croeso i bawb.

Gwyl Machynlleth 2016 gyda Piantel a Trio, Machynlleth Festival with Piantel and TRIO

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Machynlleth Festival 2016

Piantel & Trio, Machynlleth Festival August 2016

It was lovely to return to the Machynlleth Music Festival during August 2016, this time it was with our friends Emyr Gibson, Bedwyr Parry and Steffan Owen otherwise known as TRIO.  Again this year we performed to a full house with a mix of all styles of music, and TRIO performed some new tracks from the newly released CD “Can y Celt” by SAIN records in Caernarfon.

We finished off the evening with all of us on stage singing “Anfonaf Angel” by Robat Arwyn and Hywel Gwynfryn.  Thank you Dennis Jones and the Festival Committee for the lovely welcome once again.



Piantel Machynlleth 2016

Piantel Machynlleth 2016










Piantel a Trio, Gwyl Machynlleth Awst 2016

Braf iawn oedd cael ddychwelyd i’r Ŵyl Gerdd ym Machynlleth yn ystod mis Awst 2016, y tro hwn gyda’n ffrindiau Emyr Gibson, Bedwyr Parry a Steffan Owen a elwir fel arall fel TRIO.

Eto eleni roedd yn braf cael perfformio i dŷ llawn gyda chymysgedd o gerddoriaeth o bob math,  pherfformio TRIO rhai traciau newydd o’r gryno ddisg newydd “Can y Celt” gan Sain yng Nghaernarfon. Braf iawn oedd cael gorffen y noson oddi ar y noson a chyd berfformio a chanu “Anfonaf Angel” gan Robat Arwyn a Hywel Gwynfryn. Diolch yn fawr i Dennis Jones a pwyllgor yr Ŵyl ac am y croeso ar gwahoddiad hyfryd unwaith eto.

St David’s Day Concert – Severn Theatre

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stdavids-poster-severnWith St Davids Day upon us once again, its a busy time for any harpist, singer and Choir in Wales.  This week I took part in a St Davids Day Concert that was arranged by the North Wales Choral Society of Male Voice Choirs.

The venue for the concert was the magnificent Severn Theatre in Shrewsbury, performing alongside Eleri Owen Edwards Mezzo Soprano, Penybontfawr Male Voice Choir and Maelgwyn Male Voice Choir under the watchful eye of Rhun ap Iorwerth as compere for the evening.

This is my second visit to this theatre, having performed there last year at the St Davids Day Concert so a return visit to any venue is always special and as ever the audience were very welcoming. I put a programme together that had a Welsh theme consisting of some old pieces and some new arrangements that I’ve prepared for concerts this year. During the evening I performed with Eleri Owen Edwards, a special arrangement of “Mil Harddach Wyt”.  This was an extra special concert because Eleri and I are from the same area and have grown up with the same background and both had the same piano tutor who was Mrs Dorothy Griffiths and so sharing a platform with Eleri after all this time was brilliant!

After the concert Eleri flew off to Melbourne on the Sunday Morning for a Concert tour over there. Best wishes to her and Aled her husband over there.  I have performed and travelled with the Maelgwn Choir many times before, so its always nice to perform with them. I have a few more concerts with them this year, details of which will be in the calendar!

The end of the concert was a magical experience when we all got on stage to sing the Welsh National Anthem  “Hen Wlad fy Nhadau”.

As I drove home to North Wales, my mind was already on the next project and concert which is a St Davids Day Concert in Llandudno Junction this time with one male voice choir, two mixed choirs and two soloists.