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2012 Mixed Mixed Cavan SingersTynnwch eich dyddiaduron allan gan fod Gŵyl Gorawl Gogledd Cymru wedi’i chadarnhau am flwyddyn arall yn dilyn llwyddiant 2012! Cynhelir ein digwyddiad poblogaidd yn ôl yr arfer yn Venue Cymru ar Bromenâd bendigedig Llandudno, dros benwythnos 8-10 Tachwedd eleni.

I agor y llen ddydd Gwener 8 Tachwedd bydd ein hysgolion lleol yn cymryd rhan yn Niwrnod Ysgolion cyntaf Gŵyl Gorawl Gogledd Cymru, cyn i’n gwestai arbennig berfformio mewn cyngerdd gyda’r nos. Rydym bob amser yn falch i glywed eich barn felly beth am anfon awgrymiadau ynglŷn â phwy yr hoffech chi eu gweld fel prif berfformwyr?

Bydd y gystadleuaeth yn dechrau go iawn ddydd Sadwrn 9 Tachwedd wrth i Gorau Meibion, Merched ac Ieuenctid o bob rhan o Ewrop obeithio eu bod mewn safle i dderbyn gwobr ariannol. Mae corau bob amser yn cyfeirio at y ffaith ein bod yn cynnal gŵyl mor gyfeillgar felly os ydych chi’n gôr mwy newydd ac nad ydych yn teimlo’n ddigon dewr i gystadlu beth am ymuno â’r gynulleidfa yn lle hynny?

Ar nos Sadwrn byddwn yn trefnu cyngerdd lle bydd cyfle i’r corau sy’n cymryd rhan drwy gydol y penwythnos gamu i’r llwyfan am sesiwn gyfeillgar o ganu heb fod yng ngolwg y beirniaid, gan roi’r cyfle perffaith iddynt gael golwg ar y gystadleuaeth a pherffeithio eu repertoire.

Yn ôl yr arfer, byddwn yn annog y sesiwn boblogaidd o ganu cymdeithasol wrth y bar wedi i ni orffen pethau ar y nos Sadwrn. Ar ôl cael ymateb mor fywiog a phositif y llynedd bydden ni’n wallgof i beidio; cewch weld dros eich hunain, mae fideos i’w gweld ar sianel YouTube.

Ddydd Sul 10 Tachwedd byddwn unwaith eto’n cwblhau ein gŵyl gyda thro’r Corau Cymysg a Steil Siop Barbwr. Mae’r ddau gategori hyn bob amser yn denu torf a does dim syndod gyda’r fflach ychwanegol mae’r Steil Siop Barbwr yn ei gynnig.

Byddwn yn cyhoeddi manylion am y beirniaid a’r tocynnau’n fuan felly cadwch eich llygad ar agor am ein newyddion diweddaraf. Os hoffech i ni gadw mewn cysylltiad â chi gyda manylion yr ŵyl a phecynnau ymgeisio llofnodwch i dderbyn ein newyddlen yma neu ffoniwch (01492) 575943.

Gobeithio y byddwn yn clywed gennych yn fuan …

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