Eglwys y Santes Fair/St. Mary’s Church, Conwy


Saturday, July 23

Dydd Sadwrn, Gorffennaf 23



Vision – The Imagined Testimony of Hildegard of Bingen

Clare Norburn – Soprano

Clemmie Franks – Mezzo Soprano

Joy Smith – Harp

Teresa Banham as Hildegard of Bingen

Directed by Nicholas Renton

Lighting design by Natalie Rowland

Vision is a candlelit show exploring the extraordinary life of the visionary medieval abbess Hildegard of Bingen. Follow Hildegard’s personal journey as in an ‘imagined testimony’ Hildegard, played by actor Teresa Banham, re-visits and re-experiences meaningful episodes from her past illuminated by her haunting and distinctive chant performed by acclaimed medieval ensemble The Telling.

Sioe a lwyfannir yng ngolau cannwyll yw hon sydd yn olrhain bywyd rhyfeddol yr abades weledigaethol Hildegard o Bingen. Dilynir taith bersonol Hildegard mewn ‘tystiolaeth ddychmygol’ fel petai, wrth iddi ail-ymweld ac ail-brofi digwyddiadau ystyriol o’i gorffennol, i gyfeiliant ei siantiau unigryw a berfformir gan yr ensemble canol-oesol The Telling.

Sponsored by / Noddwyd gan Wyn and Catrin Hobson.

Sunday, July 24

Dydd Sul, Gorffennaf 24



Joe Cooper - Conductor

Martin Brown – Organ

Cantorion Celynnin will be joined by Cantamus and members of the choirs of Bangor Cathedral and Much Wenlock Parish Church to sing Choral Evensong. Music will include Stanford’s Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis in C and Hubert Parry’s great setting of ‘Blest Pair of Sirens’. The preacher will be Canon Tracy Jones, Area Dean of the Bangor Synod.

Bydd Côr yr Eglwys, gyda Cantamus, aelodau o gorau Cadeirlan Bangor ac Eglwys Plwyf Much Wenlock yn canu y Gosper. Ymysg y gerddoriaeth a genir bydd gweithiau gan Stanford a Hubert Parry. Traddodir y bregeth gan y Parchedig Ganon Tracy Jones.



Ellis Thomas is from Llandudno and is in his final year studying music at Cambridge. Alongside this he is studying piano with Tessa Nicholson at the Royal Academy of Music, where he will continue to study for a masters next year. Ellis has been awarded prizes at competitions including the Düsseldorf Robert Schumann International Piano Competition and has won first prizes at the Wales International Piano Festival, the Gregynog Young Musician competition and the RIBI National Young Musician competition, amongst others. In addition to performing as a soloist, he also enjoys participating in chamber music and is an instrumental award holder at Cambridge University, receiving regular chamber music coaching from notable artists such as the Endellion Quartet and the Amatis Trio. Ellis will perform a virtuoso programme including works by Bach, Beethoven, Ligeti, and Schumann, the last being Schumann’s Kreisleriana, viewed by many critics as the composer’s finest composition.

Mae Ellis Thomas yn hanu o Landudno ac yn ei flwyddyn olaf o astudio cerddoriaeth yng Nghaergrawnt. Mae hefyd yn astudio’r piano yn yr Academi Frenhinol yn Llundain gyda Tessa Nicholson, lle y bydd yn parhau i astudio‘r flwyddyn nesa ar gwrs meistr. Mae Ellis wedi ennill gwobrau mewn llawer o gystadleuthau piano, nid yn unig yn y wlad hon, ond hefyd ar y Cyfandir. Yn ogystal Č pherfformio fel unawdydd, mae Ellis yn mwynhau perfformio fel aelod o grwpiau siambr ac yn derbyn hyfforddiant gan artistiaid nodedig megis yr Endellion Quartet a’r Amatis Trio. Bydd Ellis yn perfformio rhaglen gymhleth  fydd yn cynnwys gweithiau gan Bach, Beethoven, Ligeti a Schumann.

Sponsored by a friend of the festival / Noddwyd gan gyfaill o’r ŵyl.


Monday, July 25

Dydd Llun, Gorffennaf 25




Christina Mason-Scheuermann spent much of her working life in Germany as pianist with the Cologne Radio Orchestra. For this concert she joins another Conwy-based musician, Hazel Sturt, to present a varied programme of works by Brahms, Kenneth Leighton, Manuel de Falla, Tchaikovsky and the premiere of a new piece by Hazel Sturt herself.

Treuliodd Christina Mason-Scheuermann sawl blwyddyn fel pianydd y Cologne Radio Orchestra. Ar gyfer y cyngerdd hwn, mae hi’n ymuno gyda cherddor arall sydd yn byw yng Nghonwy, sef Hazel Sturt, i gyflwyno rhaglen amrywiol o weithiau gan Brahms, Kenneth Leighton, Manuel de Falla, Tchaikovsky a pherfformiad cyntaf gwaith newydd gan Hazel Sturt ei hun.

 Sponsored by a friend of the festival / Noddwyd gan gyfaill o’r ŵyl.





Festival favourite, Elgan Llyr Thomas, who is an English National Opera Harewood Artist and recently made his debut at Covent Garden, returns to his roots in North Wales to present a varied and exciting programme which will include arias by Verdi, Tchaikovsky and Puccini, songs by Quilter and Britten and staples of the Welsh repertoire by Dilys Elwyn Edwards, Grace Williams and R. S. Hughes. With the talented Catherine Barnett at the piano, this promises to be a concert not to miss.

Braf yw croesawu Elgan Llyr Thomas yn ôl i’n diddanu, un o ffefrynnau’r ŵyl ac un o dalentau lleisiol mwyaf yr ardal. Mae Elgan yn ‘Artist Harewood’ gyda’r ENO ac yn ddiweddar ymddangosodd am y tro cyntaf yn Covent Garden. Bydd yn cyflwyno rhaglen gyffrous ac amrywiol fydd yn cynnwys arϊau gan Verdi, Tchaikovsky a Puccini, caneuon gan Quilter a Britten a ffefrynnau y repertoire Cymraeg gan Dilys Elwyn Edwards, Grace Williams ac R. S. Hughes. Gyda’r pianydd profiadol a thalentog Catherine Barnett, bydd hwn yn sicr yn gyngerdd i’w gofio!


Sponsored by / Noddwyd gan Violet Jones er cof am ei rhieni, Mary E.G. Jones (1910-2000) a W.H. Jones (1905-1945)




Pete Liang – Leader

Eva Thorarinsdottir – Violin

Hannah Roberts – Cello

Benjamin Powell - Piano

Under the direction of Pete Liang, this wholly professional ensemble of top-rank players from some of the country’s leading orchestras, will present a diverse programme of sparkling festival works calculated to banish the blues. Opening with Mozart’s ever-popular Overture to The Marriage of Figaro, we shall then hear Beethoven’s uplifting Concerto for Violin, Cello and Piano in C major, Op.56, commonly called the Triple Concerto. The evening will culminate in a performance of one of Mendelssohn’s most scintillating works, his effervescent Symphony No. 4 in A major, Op. 90, commonly known as the Italian Symphony.

O dan arweiniad Pete Liang, bydd y gerddorfa hollol broffesiynol hon yn cyflwyno rhaglen o weithiau gwefreiddiol sy’n addas iawn ar gyfer gŵyl gerdd.  Gan agor gyda’r Agorawd i’r ‘Marriage of Figaro’ gan Mozart, cawn glywed wedyn y Consierto i Ffidil, Cello a Phiano yn C fwyaf, Op.56 gan Beethoven. Daw’r noson i ben yn sain bendigedig Symffoni Rhif 4 yn A fwyaf, Op.90, Mendelssohn a elwir y Symffoni Eidalaidd.

Sponsored by / Noddwyd gan Capell and Mary Aris.


Tuesday, July 26

Dydd Mawrth, Gorffennaf 26



Zoe Beyers – Violin

Ian Watson – Violin

Carol Ella – Viola

Richard Jenkinson – Cello

With Katherine Lacy – Clarinet

This long-established and internationally acclaimed quartet brings us Beethoven’s String Quartet No.6 in F major, Op. 135, the composer’s last completed work, followed by a performance of one of Mozart’s most admired works, the hugely popular Clarinet Concerto in A major, K.581. Clarinettist Katherine Lacy is Principal Clarinet with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

Mae’r Pedwarawd rhyngwladol adnabyddus hwn, sydd mewn bod ers 1995, yn cychwyn eu rhaglen trwy gyflwyno i ni y Pedwarawd Llinynnol Rhif 16 yn F fwyaf, Op. 135, gan Beethoven, y gwaith olaf i gael ei gwblhau gan y cyfansoddwr. Wedyn cawn gyfle i fwynhau perfformiad o un o weithiau mwyaf poblogaidd Mozart, sef ei Bumawd Clarinet yn A fwyaf, K.581. Mae’r clarinetydd Katherine Lacy yn brif glarinet y Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

Sponsored by / Noddwyd gan Dr John and Mrs Susan Osley.




Erin Gwyn Rossington – Soprano

Angharad Rowlands – Mezzo Soprano

Robert Lewis – Tenor

John Ieuan Jones – Bass Baritone

Catherine Barnett - Piano

Four of Wales’s most promising young singers, already with appearances at numerous prestigious venues to their credit, invite you to join them for a night at the opera. With music from Verdi, Mozart and Puccini to Rodgers and Hammerstein, and to the accompaniment of experienced and talented pianist, Catherine Barnett, this promises to be a night to remember.

Gwahoddir chi i ymuno mewn noson opera fendigedig gyda cherddoriaeth o Verdi, Mozart a Puccini i Rodgers and Hammerstein. Mae’r pedwar unawdydd sydd ymysg cantorion ifanc gorau’r genedl, bellach wedi ymddangos ar nifer fawr o lwyfannau enwog. Gyda’r cyfeilydd talentog Catherine Barnett wrth y piano, bydd hon yn sicr yn noson i’w chofio!

Noddwyd gan / Sponsored by Chris Roberts in memory of his parents, Hugh George and Olwen Roberts.


Wednesday, July 27

Dydd Mercher, Gorffennaf 27



Jenny Galloway – Oboe

Benjamin Hudson – Bassoon

Cath Yates - Violin

Raymond Lester – Viola

Damion Brown - Cello

This year, this dynamic Manchester-based ensemble bring us two works featuring woodwind instruments. Britten composed his Phantasy Quartet, Op. 2, as an 18-year-old student at The Royal College of Music. The piece is in the form of a 16th century fantasy and has elements of the English pastoral style, which Britten was later to reject. Following on from this we shall hear Franz Krommer’s Bassoon Quartet in Bb, Op. 41 No.1, a work which exploits the full three-octave range of the bassoon to dramatic effect.

Eleni, mae’r ensemble deinamig yma o Fanceinion yn cyflwyno dau gyfansoddiad sydd yn rhoi’r flaenoriaeth i offerynnau chwythbrennol. Cyfansoddodd Britten ei Phantasy Quartet, Op. 2, pan oedd yn fyfyriwr deunaw oed yn y Coleg Brenhinol. Mae’r gwaith mewn ffurff ffantasi o’r unfed ganrif ar bymtheg ac yn cynnwys elfennau o’r arddull fugeiliol Saesnig, a drodd Britten ei gefn arni hi yn ddiweddarach. Wedyn cawn glywed y Pedwarawd Basŵn yn Bb fwyaf, Op.41 Rhif 1 gan Franz Krommer, gwaith sydd yn defnyddio ystod lawn y basŵn mewn ffordd effeithiol a dramatig.

Sponsored by / Noddwyd gan Applied Petroleum Technology (www.aptec.no).


3pm at St. Mary’s Church Hall, Rosehill Street


Dr Rhian Davies, Director of the Gregynog Festival

‘Communicating loveliness to others’- the musical patronage of Gwendoline and Margaret Davies of Gregynog.

The Davies sisters were Welsh philanthropists and patrons of the arts who derived their wealth from the businesses created by their grandfather, the industrialist David Davies. As well as creating one of the most important private collections of art in Britain, which they donated to the National Museum of Wales, from 1933 to 1938 they sponsored the Gregynog Music Festival which played host to many important composers and musicians of the period. In 1988 the festival was revived and continues now under the direction of Dr Rhian Davies.

Roedd y chwiorydd Davies yn wragedd dyngarol ac yn noddwyr hael i’r celfyddydau. Etifeddon eu cyfoeth o’r busnesau a grĎwyd gan eu taid, y diwydianwr David Davies.  Yn ogystal Č chreu un o’r casgliadau celf preifat pwysicaf ym Mhrydain, a roddwyd ganddynt i’r Amgueddfa Genedlaethol yn ddiweddarach, hwy hefyd oedd noddwyr Gŵyl Gerdd Gregynog o 1933 hyd at 1938. Yn ystod y cyfnod hwn gwahoddwyd llawer o gyfansoddwyr a cherddorion pwysig i gymryd rhan yn yr ŵyl. Ym 1988 ail-sefydlwyd yr ŵyl, sydd yn parhau hyd heddiw o dan gyfarwyddyd Dr Rhian Davies.


Sponsored by / Noddwyd gan the Aberconwy Historical Society.




Richard Ormrod has an international reputation as a soloist and chamber musician and is also on the staff of both the Royal Northern College of Music and of The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. His programme will open with Bach’s French Suite No.4 in Eb major, BWV 815, followed by Mendelssohn’s ever-popular ‘Songs without Words’, Op. 53. and then Bela Bartok’s Suite, Op. 14, Sz. 62, BB 70, one of the composer’s most significant works for the piano. To conclude, we shall hear Schubert’s second set of ‘Four Impromptus’, Op. 142, D. 935.

Mae Richard Ormrod yn ryngwladol adnabyddus fel unawdydd ac fel cerddor siambr. Mae yn aelod staff yng Ngholeg Cerdd, Manceinion ac hefyd yng Ngholeg Brenhinol Cerdd a Drama Cymru. Bydd ei raglen yn cychwyn gyda’r Gyfres Ffrengig Rhif 4 yn Eb fwyaf, BWV 815, gan Bach, cyn symud ymlaen at y ‘Songs without Words’, Op. 53, gan Mendelssohn, ac wedyn at y Gyfres, Op. 14, Sz. 62, BB 70 gan Bela Bartok, un o weithiau pwysicaf y cyfansoddwr ar gyfer y piano.  I gloi’r noson cawn glywed yr ail set o ‘Four Impromptus’, Op. 142, D. 935 gan Schubert.  

Sponsored by / Noddwyd gan Keith Thorp and family in memory of Linda Thorp.


Thursday, July 28

Dydd Iau, Gorffennaf 28


At St Mary’s Church Hall, Rosehill Street


Dewi Ellis Jones - Percussion

A concert for all the family, which should especially appeal to children. There will be an opportunity to get to know a wide range of percussion instruments from different countries, as well as to participate in various activities. Dewi Ellis Jones studied with Simone Rebello and Dame Evelyn Glennie and is Wales’s first full time percussion soloist.

Cyngerdd ar gyfer y teulu cyfan, fydd yn apelio’n arbennig i blant. Bydd cyfle i ddod i abnabod amrywiaeth eang o offerynnau taro o wahanol wledydd yn ogystal Č chymryd rhan mewn nifer o weithgareddau cerddorol. Astudiodd Dewi Ellis Jones gyda Simone Rebello a’r Fonesig Evelyn Glennie. Fo yw unawdydd offerynnau taro llawn amser cyntaf Cymru.

Sponsored by / Noddwyd gan Surf Rider and Conwy Strollers, Castle Street






A concert showcasing two of the best up-and-coming vocalists to emerge from Wales. Rhys Meilyr and Owain Rowlands both studied music in Cardiff before proceeding to postgraduate vocal studies at the Royal Academy in London, where Rhys is taught by Susan Waters, and Owain by Alex Ashworth. With experienced accompanist Catherine Barnett at the piano, they present a varied programme ranging from arias to songs from the shows.

Cyngerdd i arddangos dau o’r talentau lleisiol ieuanc mwyaf disglair o Gymru. Astudiodd Rhys Meilyr ac Owain Rowlands gerddoriaeth yng Nghaerdydd cyn symud i Lundain i ddilyn cyrsiau lleisiol ôl-radd yn yr Academi Frenhinol, lle mae Rhys yn cael ei hyfforddi gan Susan Waters ac Owain gan Alex Ashworth.  Gyda’r cyfeilydd profiadol a thalentog Catherine Barnett wrth y piano, byddant yn cyflwyno rhaglen amrywiol o arϊau, caneuon celf a chaneuon sioe gerdd.


Noddwyd / Sponsored in memory of Betty Dorey who loved the festival and the opportunities it gives to emerging artists.




Sarah Brandwood- Spencer - Violin

Cath Yates - Violin

Ray Lester - Viola

Damion Brown - Cello

Jenny Galloway - Oboe

Ben Hudson - Bassoon

Ben Powell - Piano

This versatile and highly talented ensemble presents an evening showcasing some of the highlights of the chamber music repertoire. Mozart’s Oboe Quartet in F Major, K.370, with its virtuoso writing for the oboe and its innovations in the use of time signatures, will open the concert. This will be followed by Poulenc’s Trio for Oboe, Bassoon and Piano, FP43, which is regarded as the composer’s first major chamber work and which is noted for its depth of feeling, touches of Mozartian flavour and echoes of other composers’ styles. The evening will culminate in a performance of Elgar’s magisterial Piano Quintet in A minor, Op. 84, a major work which took a while to establish itself in the repertoire, but which has been performed and recorded many times in recent years.

Eleni, bydd yr ensemble talentog yma o Fanceinion yn cyflwyno noson fydd yn arddangos rhai o uchafbwyntiau’r repertoire cerddoriaeth siambr. Agorir y cyngerdd gyda pherfformiad o’r Pedwarawd Obo yn F fwyaf, K.370, gan Mozart. Wedyn cawn glywed y Triawd ar gyfer Obo, Basŵn a Phiano, FP43, gan Poulenc. Hwn oedd y gwaith siambr cyntaf o bwys a ysgrifennwyd gan y cyfansoddwr, ac mae’n nodedig am ei ddwyster ac am yr adleisiau o arddulliau Mozart a chyfansoddwyr eraill. Daw’r noson i ben gyda pherfformiad o’r Pumawd Piano yn A leiaf, Op. 84 gan Elgar, gwaith mawreddog a gymerodd amser i’w sefydlu ei hun yn y repertoire, ond sydd bellach wedi cael ei berfformio a’i recordio lawer gwaith.

Sponsored by Conwy Town Council / Noddwyd gan Gyngor Tref Conwy.


Friday, July 29

Dydd Gwener, Gorffennaf 29





Conwy’s own piano legend, Christina Mason-Scheuermann, is joined in concert by flautist Gudula Hufschmidt, who studied at the Hochschule for Music in Cologne and is involved in a wide variety of instrumental ensembles in her native Germany, and soprano Florence Kaiser, who is a former pupil at Chetham’s School of Music in Manchester and member of The National Youth Choir of Great Britain. Together they bring you a delightful programme of music by Mozart, Faure, Debussy, Vaughan Williams, Chaminade and Tchaikovsky.

Yn ymuno Č Christina Mason-Scheuermann yn y cyngerdd hwn bydd y ffliwtydd Gudula Hufschmidt, a astudiodd yn yr Hochschule i Gerddorion yn Cologne ac sydd yn aelod o amrywiaeth eang o ensemblau offerynnol yn yr Almaen, a’r soprano Florence Kaiser, cyn ddisgybl yn Ysgol Gerdd Chetham ym Manceinion ac aelod o Gôr Ieuenctid Cenedlaethol Prydain Fawr. Rhyngddynt, maent yn cyflwyno i chi raglen hyfryd o gerddoriaeth gan Mozart, Faure, Debussy, Vaughan Williams, Chaminade a Tchaikovsky.


Sponsored by / Noddwyd gan J. W. Hughes, solicitors, Lancaster Square.




Olivia Jago – Violin

Carolyn Burton – Violin

Mabon Llyr – Viola

Elin Taylor – Cello

North Wales Camerata, a chamber orchestra of young musicians who enjoy playing classical music, was founded in 2013. All four members in today’s concert are music graduates of universities or colleges and are working in various areas of the music sector across the UK. They return to North Wales to present a varied programme commencing with Prokofiev’s uplifting Solo Violin Sonata in D major, Op. 115. Britten’s beautiful Elegy for Solo Viola will follow, a work outlined by the composer in 1930, but not completed until 1984. The concert will culminate in a performance of Dvorak’s String Quartet No.12 in F major, Op. 96, commonly called the American Quartet. Written by Dvorak during his time in the States and reflecting his enthusiasm for the music he found there, the Quartet remains one of the most popular in the chamber music repertoire.

Sefydlwyd Camerata Gogledd Cymru yn 2013 gan gerddorion ifanc lleol oedd yn mwynhau cerddoriaeth glasurol. Mae’r pedwar aelod sydd yn perfformio yn y cyngerdd heddiw i gyd wedi graddio mewn cerddoriaeth o brifysgolion neu golegau cerdd ac yn gweithio yn y byd cerddorol ar draws Prydain. Maent yn dychwelyd i Ogledd Cymru i berfformio rhaglen amrywiol fydd yn cychwyn gyda’r Sonata i’r Ffidil yn D fwyaf, Op. 115, gan Prokofiev. Wedyn clywir yr ‘Elegy’ hyfryd ar gyfer y fiola gan Britten. Daw’r cyngerdd i ben gyda pherfformiad o’r Pedwarawd Llinynnol Rhif 12 yn F fwyaf, Op. 96, gan Dvorak, a elwir y Pedwarawd Americanaidd, oherwydd dylanwad cerddoriaeth yr Unol Daleithiau ar y miwsig.

Sponsored by a friend of the festival / Noddwyd gan gyfaill o’r ŵyl.





Rory McCleery – Director

‘Music for the Queen of Heaven’

The award-winning singers of The Marian Consort explore common ground between contemporary music for choir and the marginalised voices of the past through texts devoted to the Virgin Mary. The music of Renaissance nun Raffaella Aleotti, who was described as ‘not human, but truly an angelic spirit’, is heard alongside two works by Vicente Lusitano, who while known principally in his lifetime as a music theorist is also notable for being the first published black composer. Threaded between these are contemporary responses from both exciting new talents and revered figures of the twentieth century, including Anna Semple, Howard Skempton, Rebecca Clarke, Benjamin Britten and James MacMillan, and the World Premiere of a new piece by Chloe Knibbs.

Mae cantorion y Marian Consort, sydd bellach wedi ennill llawer o wobrau, yn ymchwilio i’r cysylltiadau sydd rhwng cerddoriaeth gyfoes ar gyfer côr a’r lleisiau oedd ar gyrion cymdeithas yn y gorffennol, trwy gymharu gosodiaidau o eiriau yn ymwneud Č’r Forwyn Fair. O gyfnod y Dadeni, clywir cerddoriaeth gan y lleian Raffaella Aleotti, oedd yn cael ei disgrifio fel ysbryd angylaidd, ochr yn ochr Č dau ddarn gan Vicente Lusitano, y cyfansoddwr du cyntaf erioed i gael ei waith mewn print. I gyferbynnu Č’r rhain, clywir atebion cyfoes gan dalentau cyffrous newydd a chyfansoddwyr enwog yr ugeinfed ganrif, gan gynnwys Anna Semple, Howard Skempton, Rebecca Clarke, Benjamin Britten a James MacMillan, a’r perfformiad cyntaf erioed o waith newydd gan Chloe Knibbs.

Sponsored by / Noddwyd gan Hilary Blumer and Priscilla Kemp.


Saturday, July 30

Dydd Sadwrn, Gorffennaf 30

9.45am at St Mary’s Church Hall, Rosehill Street.


With Rory McCleery, Director of the Marian Consort

Carrying on the theme of the Marian Consort’s concert last night, Rory McCleery will lead a workshop exploring music by both modern choral composers and marginalised Renaissance figures including Vicente Lusitano and Raffaella Aleotti. Morning and afternoon sessions will culminate in a performance of the works studied at church at 3.30pm. £20 per person/ £10 for students. Booking forms, which need to be returned by July 15th, may be obtained from Carolyn Sherlock – phone 01492 573208 or email carolyn.sherlock2@btinternet.com

Yn dilyn cyngerdd y Marian Consort neithiwr, bydd Rory McCleery yn arwain gweithdy a fydd yn ymchwilio i gerddoriaeth gan gyfansoddwyr corawl cyfoes a chyfansoddwyr cyfnod y Dadeni oedd ar gyrion cymdeithas, gan gynnwys Vicente Lusitano a Raffaella Aleotti. Penllanw’r gweithdy fydd perfformiad yn yr eglwys o’r gweithiau a astudiwyd am 3.30yp. Cost £20/£10 i fyfyrwyr. Ceir ffurflenni cofrestru, (bydd angen eu dychwelyd erbyn Gorffennaf 15fed) gan Carolyn Sherlock – rhif ffôn 01492 573208 neu ebost carolyn.sherlock2@btinternet.com





A concert by two of North Wales’s foremost musicians featuring songs by composers from the region, including Dilys Elwyn Edwards, W Bradwen Jones, T Osborne Roberts and Sioned Terry herself.

Cyngerdd gan ddau o gerddorion mwyaf blaenllaw Gogledd Cymru gyda rhaglen o ganeuon gan gyfansoddwyr o’r ardal, gan gynnwys Dilys Elwyn Edwards, W Bradwen Jones, T Osborne Roberts a Sioned Terry ei hun. Dewch yn llu i wrando ar wledd o ganeuon lleol, rhai adnabyddus a rhai a fydd yn newydd i chi!  

Sponsored by / Noddwyd gan Wyn and Catrin Hobson.




John Eifion – Conductor and Tenor Soloist

Elizabeth Ellis – Accompanist

Sian Wyn Gibson – Mezzo Soprano

To bring the festival to a rousing conclusion, Côr Meibion y Brythoniaid, the celebrated male voice choir from Blaenau Ffestiniog, presents a wide-ranging and popular programme under the direction of John Eifion. Joining them as soloist will be the ever-popular Sian Wyn Gibson. Any profit from this concert will go to St Mary’s Church

Côr Meibion y Brythoniaid, y côr meibion enwog o Flaenau Ffestiniog, fydd eleni yn cloi yr ŵyl yn eu ffordd ddihafal eu hunain. Byddant yn cyflwyno rhaglen eang a phoblogaidd o dan gyfarwyddyd John Eifion. Yn cadw cwmni iddynt, bydd y soprano boblogaidd Sian Wyn Gibson, sydd yn un o ffefrynnau’r ŵyl. Bydd unrhyw elw o’r cyngerdd hwn yn mynd tuag at Eglwys y Santes Fair.


Sponsored by / Noddwyd gan Drew Pritchard Antiques and Conwy Town Council.


St. Mary’s Church is situated at the centre of the walled town of Conwy. It was founded as a Cistercian monastery in 1186 and for a hundred years was the burial place of the Princes of Gwynedd. Since 1283, when Edward I began work on Conwy Castle, it has been the Parish Church. It contains many features of interest including a Tudor font and a magnificent rood screen of c. 1500.

The other festival venue, St. Mary’s Church Hall, is a few minutes’ walk from the Church. Signposted parking is available at various points in the vicinity, and the town is also served by a good local bus service and a railway station on the Chester to Holyhead line. We extend a warm invitation to you to join us at the festival and experience the delights of wonderful music performed in beautiful surroundings.

Saif Eglwys y Santes Fair yng nghanol tref gaerog Conwy. Sefydlwyd hi fel mynachdy Sistersiaidd ym 1186 ac am gan mlynedd, dyma fan claddu Tywysogion Gwynedd. Ers 1283, pan gychwynodd Edward I waith ar Gastell Conwy, gwasanaethodd fel Eglwys y Plwyf. Gwelir llawer o nodweddion diddorol ynddi, yn cynnwys bedyddfaen o gyfnod y Tuduriaid a sgrĒn ysblennydd a godwyd tua 1500.

Mae’r  safle arall a ddefnyddir yn ystod yr ŵyl, sef Neuadd Eglwys y Santes Fair  heb fod nepell o’r Eglwys ei hun. Mae sawl maes parcio o gwmpas canol y dref, a gwasanaethir y dref hefyd gan wasanaeth bysiau lleol da a gorsaf rheilffordd ar y lein rhwng Caer a Chaergybi. Estynnwn wahoddiad cynnes i chi i ymuno Č ni yn yr ŵyl i brofi cerddoriaeth o’r safon uchaf mewn amgylchoedd prydferth.


There are no set admission charges to festival concerts. Audiences are invited to contribute to a collection at the end of each performance towards the very considerable costs involved in running the festival. Any profit accruing is carried forward to ensure that the festival continues to flourish in the years ahead.

Ni chodir tČl mynediad i gyngherddau’r ŵyl. Gwahoddir cyfraniadau gan y gynulleidfa ar ôl pob perfformiad tuag at y costau sylweddol o redeg yr ŵyl. Trosglwyddir unrhyw elw a wneir i gronfa arbennig i sicrhau llwyddiant yr ŵyl yn y dyfodol.


We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of our sponsors. Cydnabyddwn yn ddiolchgar gefnogaeth hael ein noddwyr.


During festival week, the Castell Recorder Consort will perform on High Street between 2.15 and 4pm in aid of Parkinson’s UK Cymru.

Yn ystod yr wythnos, bydd Consort Recorder y Castell yn perfformio ar y Stryd Fawr er budd Parkinson’s UK Cymru. ………………………………………………………..

St. Mary’s Church has disabled access, via the west doors, and is fitted with a hearing loop. Toilet facilities are available at the Church Hall during the interval at evening concerts.

Ceir mynedfa i’r anabl yn Eglwys y Santes Fair drwy ddrysau’r gorllewin, a cheir yn ogystal system clywedol ‘loop’. Bydd toiledau ar gael yn Neuadd yr Eglwys yn ystod egwyl y cyngherddau fin nos.



For further information contact/ Am ragor o wybodaeth cysylltwch Č Chris Roberts – 01492 592166/ 07706972656/ChrisRobz03@aol.com