Gregynog

17-18/06/2017

Dolmetsch a cherddoriaeth gynnar

Penwythnos cyntaf yr Ŵyl yw dathliad gwaith Arnold Dolmetsch, sef arweinydd symudiad cerddoriaeth gynnar, ganrif yn ôl. Bydd cerddorion rhyngwladol Michala Petri, Mahan Esfahani a'r Ricercar Consort yn serennu, a bydd Jeanne Dolmetsch yn siarad am fywyd ei thad-cu.


Dolmetsch and the early music revival

Our opening weekend celebrates the pioneering work of Arnold Dolmetsch in reviving the performance of early music at the start of the 20th century. Danish recorder virtuosa Michala Petri, harpsichordist Mahan Esfahani and the Ricercar Consort present programmes inspired by Dolmetsch's family ensemble, prefaced by a special introductory talk by Jeanne Dolmetsch, grand-daughter of Arnold and Musical Director of the Dolmetsch Foundation.



Jeanne Dolmetsch


Darlith | Talk


Gregynog

17/06/2017

14.30


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Michala Petri & Mahan Esfahani


Gregynog

17/06/2017

19.30


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Ricercar Consort, Philippe Pierlot

 

Gregynog

18/06/2017

14.30

 

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Tocyn Crwydro | Rover Ticket


Ar gyfer pob digwyddiad yn Neuadd Gregynog, 17-18/07/2017

For all Festival events in Gregynog Hall on 17 & 18/06/2017


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Gregynog

Neuadd hanesyddol yng nghanol cefn gwlad Cymru a chartref  Gwendoline and Margaret Davies a sefydlodd Gŵyl Gregynog yn 1933.


Gellir dewis aros yn Neuadd Gregynog ei hunan, sy'n darparu llety cyfoes gydag ystafelloedd ymolchi yn y Cwrt neu lety traddodiadol heb ystafelloedd ymolchi yn y tŷ ei hunan, os oes lle ar gael. Gellir hefyd dewis o ystod o westai amrywiol eu maint yn Aberriw, Trefaldwyn, Y Drenewydd a'r Trallwng.  Mwy


Historic Gregynog Hall was home to our founders, the philanthropist sisters Gwendoline and Margaret Davies, and is set in the heart of the Mid Wales countryside.  You can choose to stay at the Hall itself, with its gardens and traditional accommodation, or in a range of quality hotels, guesthouses and self-catering accommodation nearby.


Local attractions include the Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway, one of the Great Little Trains of Wales, and the National Trust's Powis Castle. More