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Scottish Police and community choir

2015 Cyhoeddi’r Corau!

Ar ôl misoedd o dderbyn ceisiadau, fe allwn ni rŵan ddatgelu pa gorau fydd yn cystadlu yn ystod y penwythnos! Dros y penwythnos mi fydd yna 28 o gorau o bell ac agos yn ymuno â ni yn Venue Cymru, Llandudno. A phan rydym ni’n dweud “pell”, rydym ni’n golygu “pell”! Mae gennym ni gôr a fydd yn teithio’r holl ffordd o Gamerŵn yn Affrica - ac rydym ni’n edrych ymlaen at eu croesawu i’n gŵyl.

Fe allwn ni hefyd gyhoeddi trefn y penwythnos...

Dydd Sadwrn 7 Tachwedd 2015

10am – Corau Ieuenctid

Côr Ceredigion

Ysgol Dyffryn Ogwen

11:55am – Corau Meibion

Côr Meibion Biddulph

Côr Meibion Colwyn

Côr Meibion y Foel Llannerchymedd

Côr Meibion Mansfield and District

The Daleian Singers

2:30pm – Corau Merched

Côr Rhiannedd y Moelwyn

Côr Merched y Fflint

Lleisiau Llannerch

Lleisiau Mignedd

The Chepstow Chatelaines

Dydd Sul 8 Tachwedd 2015

12:00pm – Siop Barbwr

Cheshire Acappella

Cheshire Cord Company

Clwyd Clippers

Harmony Revival

Milltown Sound Chorus

Sheffield Harmony

Specs Appeal

Spinnaker Chorus

3:15pm – Corau Cymysg

Aloud in the Valley

Côr CF1

Côr Siambr Prifysgol Bangor

Culcheth Village Choir

Holy Trinity Choir

Merchant Voices

Nottingham Trent University

Fe all yr amseroedd a’r amserlen newid.

A dyna ni, ein rhestr o sêr a fydd yn gwneud eu gorau glas i blesio’r beirniaid. I wneud yn siŵr nad ydych chi’n colli unrhyw beth fe allwch chi brynu’ch tocyn rŵan drwy wefan Venue Cymru neu ffonio neu alw heibio’r swyddfa docynnau. Fe allwch chi hefyd brynu tocyn diwrnod i weld yr holl gystadlu. Welwn ni chi ym mis Tachwedd!

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