On behalf of the Committee and members of the Stockport Branch of the Welsh Guards Association, I would like to thank you very much for your Recital at our Association Dinner in Stockport, March 2002. You added a distinct touch of class to an occasion, at which we always try to be an event which people enjoy and will remember. You have helped us in this regard and from what our friends say, they will talk about you and the event, for a long time to come. We enjoyed your undoubted talent very much and your professionalism speaks volumes for all the hard work you must have put in to reach the level you have reached.
Thank you very much for playing at our wedding on Saturday. It was a fantastic day and everyone we spoke to really enjoyed listening to your music. Fortunately the wet weather didn’t dampen our spirits and your performance created the right ambience at the Church and at Mellington. Many thanks again
Dylan was absolutely wonderful, he is so talented, we couldn’t be happier! He played so beautifully and he very kindly learned several Elvis Songs for me on extremely short notice! (having sent him a tape Monday and the wedding was on the following Saturday!). He played them all brilliantly.
I just wanted to say a big thank you for making our wedding so special. I was sorry I didn’t get the chance to thank you in person. Your harp playing was beautiful and you made my favourite piece of music just perfect (Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini). Everyone was commenting on how lovely the harp music was. Thanks again.
Thank you so much for your lovely performance at our wedding. I only heard a snippet of your programme which I feel really added to the atmosphere. Our guests and my husband have commented on how calming and uplifting your music was. Thank you for contributing to out amazing day.
As a guest soloist on Caernarfon Male Choir’s recent tour to Ontario, Dylan’s accomplishment captivated the audience. His ability to give a modern flair to traditional airs was thrilling. On his recording you can also feel the zest in his playing.
On this tour the choir is joined by two fine prize-winning musicians, harpist Dylan Cernyw and tenor John Eifion. Cernyw performed two works, one by ‘Glinka’ and the other ‘Watching the White Wheat’. After the choir, the subtle texture of the harp provided a nice mood change and Cernyw performed with virtuoso skill in the later work.
On behalf of the Maelor Music Society may I thank you and Annette for such a wonderful concert in Henley on Wednesday Evening (23.02.2011). The feedback has been fantastic already, and your performance helps societies like ours to grow and promote and makes it a two way exercise. We know you enjoyed yourselves in our company and hope you had a safe journey home.
Diolch o galon am noswaith fythgofiadwy yn y Buckley nos Iau diwethaf. Yr oedd aelodau y Gymdeithas wedi gwirioni hefo’r performiad. Cymru ar ei orau, yr oeddwn yn falch iawn o fod yn Gymraes. Gobeithio y cawn eich clywed eto cyn bo hir.
By chance we saw you at Bodnant Garden on the 27th May…loved your music on the day and as soon as we went home went online to purchase your latest CD…..can’t get Kentucky Rag out of my mind! Best Wishes.