Cerddoriaeth

Music – cy

Music
Gwener 2 Rhagfyr 3:00 pm

Os ydych chi’n hoffi Cerddoriaeth fyw yn yr Ucheldre ac yn lleol i Gaergybi, dyma rhywbeth ichi!

Digwyddiad anffurfiol gyda 20 munud o gerddoriaeth fyw i’r feiolin a piano berfformiwyd gan Mary Hofman a Richard Ormrod.  Yn dilyn y perfformiad, bydd cyflwyniad byr gan Gyfarwyddwr Artistig Ensemble Cymru.  Gobeithio y byddwch chi’n ymuno â’r perfformwyr a Peryn wedyn am banad a sgwrs.

Mae niferoedd y tocynnau yn gyfyngedig.  Cofrestrwch eich lle yma os gwelwch yn dda? Ensemble Cymru – Ensemble Cymru @ Ucheldre – Gwe 02/12/2022 am 3yp (beaconforms.com)

Schubert – Sonata yn A fwyaf D595 (Symudiad 1af)

Dvorak – Romanzen rhif 1 a 2

Brahms – Sonata yn D leiaf – ii. Adagio

Enesco – “Y Ffidlwr”, “Y Cardotwr” a “Y Nant” o Argraffiadau Plentyndod.

Mae’r digwyddiad yma yn bosib oherwydd haelioni cefnogwyr Ensemble Cymru a Chanolfan Ucheldre. 

Free
Music
Gwener 9 Rhagfyr 7:30 pm

Ucheldre in association with Jon Hippy bring music live on stage

£12
Workshop
Sadwrn 10 Rhagfyr 10:30 am

10.30am- 12 canol dydd Gweithdy Llais i Ddechreuwyr.

£10 y pen

 

1pm – 3pm Gweithdy Llais ar gyfer Unawdwyr Uwch

Perfformio a dehongli repertoire amrywiol i gyfeiliant a

cael ei hyfforddi gan yr hyfforddwr llais blaenllaw Marian Bryfdir.

£20 y pen.

 

Music
Mawrth 13 Rhagfyr 7:30 pm

With a lovely evening of live music we are pleased to welcome back the Welsh Chamber Orchestra to  our stage.

With works by Medelssohn, Vaughan Williams, Schubert and including a work by Gareth Olubunmi Hughes and poet Llyr Gwyn.

£12, £10 gostyngiadau, £4 plant
Opera
Gwener 31 Mawrth 7:30 pm

 

“Mae rhywun yn ceisio cyfathrebu gyda ni”

A one-act opera by Edward Wright (libretto Marian Bryfdir) about the experience of living with dementia, both for the individual and those around them.

“Finding the joy”—as Alexander is edged into a darkness he cannot control, his loved ones learn to create moments of love, understanding, self-worth and even humour to help him cross the bridge between shared realities and his own mind.

Edward Wright’s unique orchestral score plumbs the depths of despair and soars up to the joy of love expressing (as only music and the human voice can) the vast range of the sometimes-hidden emotions experienced on the dementia journey.

Welsh baritone Kiefer Jones takes on the multi-faceted role of Alexander as he interprets the sometimes intensely painful, occasionally wryly humorous emotions from early diagnosis to facing variable therapies and mixed communication from family members and professional practitioners.

What does it feel like to live with dementia? What might it sound like? This new one-act opera is a collaboration between an experienced creative team and a well-established dementia research programme, IDEAL. Research and real-life experience meet in this Arts Council of Wales-funded project, into which people with dementia and carers have input.

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