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Trystan 2012 North Wales Choral Festival


Perfformiadau Cymunedol

13 08 2012

Mae’n bleser gan Ŵyl Gorawl Gogledd Cymru gyflwyno rhai elfennau newydd eleni i ddathlu ei phen-blwydd yn 25 oed. Nid yn unig a fydd diwrnod ysgolion lleol ar y nos Wener, ond fe fyddwn ni hefyd yn cynnal perfformiadau cymunedol o amgylch tref Llandudno dros y penwythnos fel y gall corau gael y cyfle i berfformio i gynulleidfa mewn man arall, ac nid yn eu dosbarth cystadlu’n unig. Bydd tocynnau ar gyfer y perfformiadau hyn ar gael i’r cyhoedd a chorau. Rydym wedi uwchlwytho ffurflen gofrestru newydd, felly cadwch lygad am y bocsys ticio i chi fynegi eich diddordeb.

Bydd y cyngherddau cymunedol yn cael eu rhedeg gan Trystan Lewis. Mae Trystan wedi bod yn ymwneud â cherddoriaeth, ac yn enwedig corau, am y rhan fwyaf o’i fywyd. Fe arweiniodd gôr Pantycelyn i ddwy fuddugoliaeth genedlaethol tra roedd yn fyfyriwr israddedig ym Mhrifysgol Cymru Aberystwyth. Fe’i penodwyd yn Gyfarwyddwr Cerddorol Côr Meibion Maelgwn yn 22 mlwydd oed, ac maent wedi ennill y gystadleuaeth Sealink, yr Eisteddfod Genedlaethol ddwywaith, a chyrraedd rownd derfynol Cystadleuaeth Corau’r BBC. Tra roedd yn Aberystwyth, roedd yn organydd y Tabernacl, ac mae’n organydd yn Eglwys Sant Ioan, Llandudno a Bethel a Pheniel, Deganwy. Mae wedi arwain dros 200 o Gymanfaoedd Canu, gan gynnwys Gŵyl Canada a Gogledd America, yn ogystal ag ar y teledu a’r radio.

Mae’n fas-bariton prysur. Canodd gyda Chymdeithas Gorawl Llanelli yn 2009 a 2010. Mae hefyd yn unawdydd rheolaidd yng nghyngherddau Eglwys Sant Ioan yn Llandudno, ac fe enillodd yr Unawd Agored yn Eisteddfod Genedlaethol y Bala yn 2009. Mae’n feirniad yn ogystal â bod yn Gyfarwyddwr Cerddorol Côr Cymysg Dyffryn Conwy, y gwnaeth ef ei sefydlu, ac wedi arwain mewn perfformiadau gyda Cherddorfa Philharmonia Gogledd Cymru. Ei benodiad mwyaf diweddar yw Cyfarwyddwr Cerddorol Cymdeithas Gorawl yr Wyddgrug. Enillodd radd M.Mus. o Brifysgol Lerpwl yn 2009 mewn Techneg Llais a Harmoni a Gwrthbwynt.

Mae Trystan a’i wraig Llinos yn rhedeg 'Siop Lyfrau Lewis' yn Llandudno, sy’n arbenigo mewn llyfrau newydd ac ail-law, yn ogystal â bod yn siop goffi.

 

Am fwy o wybodaeth am y lleoliadau a’r cyfleoedd ar gael gyda’r elfen hon, cysylltwch â Trystan ar 07811 154 577 neu trystanlewis@aol.com.

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