Welsh Wine & Song: Jeremy Huw Williams and Paula Fan
3rd March 2019, 5.00pm
Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama Foyer
|John Hardy||Tair Hen Gân Gymreig*
1 Cariad cyntaf
2 A ei di’r deryn du
|Paul Mealor||Dwy Gân Werin
1 Suo Gân
2 Dafydd y Garreg Wen
|John Metcalf||Caneuon Caru Cymreig*
1 Ar lan y môr
2 Lisa Lân
3 Bugeilio’r Gwenith Gwyn
|Pwyll ap Siôn||Tair Cân Gymreig
1 Y Fam a'i Baban
3 C'weiriwch Fy Ngwely
|Nathan James Dearden||Pedair Cân o Forgannwg*
1 Cân y Cathreinwr
2 Ffarwel fo i Langyfelach lon
3 Cân o Ogwr
4 Ym Mhontypridd mae 'mwriad
Celebrate St David’s Day weekend with some of the best-loved traditional Welsh folk songs, arranged by living composers from Wales, including Nathan James Dearden, John Hardy, Paul Mealor, and Pwyll ap Siôn, as well as three world premieres by John Metcalf. A special evening of songs performed in Welsh by baritone Jeremy Huw Williams and pianist Paula Fan.
This performance will take place in the foyer of the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. Tickets include a glass of Welsh wine/soft drink on arrival.
Songs will be sung in Welsh, and introduced in Welsh and English.
*Denotes the world premiere performance of this work.
Caneuon Caru Cymreig was commissioned by Dr Jeremy Huw Williams, with support from the RVW Trust.