In 2005, CGWM relocated to Galeri, Caernarfon becoming the largest resident provider within the newly opened up Arts and Innovative Enterprise Centre. As CGWM had been involved in the design phases, the making provided the company with top quality tutorial rooms specifically made to meet up its needs. More teaching bedrooms and access to the additional studios and Theatre area enabled CGWM to expand its exercises significantly and in addition gave the company a more professional image resulting in an increase in demand for tuition.
Ben Davis and Jude Lumber have been designing and providing socially engaging artwork projects, incidents and installations, across Wales since 1997. Their practice is multi-disciplinary and has a wide variety of techniques including sculpture, illustration, photography, textiles and electronic multi-media.
Ann studied the voice and piano with Colin Jones and Mair Carrington Roberts at Cartrefle School, Wrexham before graduating from the Royal Scottish Academy of Tunes and Drama (RSAMD) in Glasgow. CGWM worked in partnership with qualified musician, Marie-Claire Howorth, to develop a programme referred to as â€˜Camau Cerdd / Ways in Musicâ€™. The initial programme premiered in 2007, aimed originally at combining the world of tunes with the pure levels of childhood progress of pre-college aged children.
He has been recently awarded a Doctorate in Effectiveness and Composition, possessing studied with Simone Rebello, Dr Pwyll ap Sion and with globally renowned percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie. Mary Lloyd-Davies was created in Llanuwchllyn, North Wales. She studied singing at the Royal School of Songs, London, where she accumulated countless awards -and was initially twice finalist in the Kathleen Ferrier Memorial Prize. After graduating she continued to acquire the Miriam Licette Scholarship and studied in Paris with Pierre Bernac. Canolfan Gerdd William Mathias aims to create music education available to all, and provide support, motivation and encouragement to young children, young people and adults of most ages who want to create their musical skills.
She also gained the Licentiate qualification from the Trinity College of Tunes in London (LTCL). Nicki has conducted in main venues such as The Royal Albert Hall, The Festival Hall, The Queen Elizabeth Hall, Snape Maltings and St John Smithâ€™s Square. She has executed Elgarâ€™s Cello Concerto, Saint Saensâ€™ Cello Concerto and Faure Elegie with the Exeter Symphony Orchestra. From 1999-2003 she proved helpful at Westminster University, London instructing the cello, conducting and coaching chamber songs, as well as hanging out freelancing as a performer.
Dr Dewi Ellis Jones comes from Llanfairpwll, Anglesey, however now lives in Bontnewydd. He graduated with a BMus from the University of Wales, Bangor in 2001 followed by an MA diploma, and acquired an LRSM diploma from the Royal Schools of Music.
Cyfeillion /Friends of CGWM is really a charity which functions hard to improve funds to support the work of CGWM and to provide bursaries to small students. CGWMâ€™s core task is someone to one tuition of the best standard wanted to students of all ages from beginner to professional degrees. Group theory tuition can be organised along with chamber choir for young people, daytime choir for people, chamber ensembles, composition workshops, various music festivals, masterclasses and workshops.
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This honour is definitely given to the prominent alumni of the Academy who have contributed with their chosen field. Alfred Barker was created in Johannesburg and studied the violin at the Windhoek Conservatoire from age eight.
Chaired bard Twm Morys, who is also a previous Childrenâ€™s Poet of Wales , will be working with four schools along the North Wales Pilgrimâ€™s Solution to generate the poetry. The schools are Ysgol Dolbadarn in Llanberis, Ysgol Talysarn, Ysgol Brynaerau in Pontllyfni, and Ysgol Crud Y Werin in Aberdaron. A number of concerts will commemorate North Walesâ€™ back links with pilgrimages soon after this week. Along with sessions for the elderly, this project works together with small children from the neighborhood primary colleges, and includes the generations to create and enjoy music alongside each other. Many the elderly skip the company of young children, especially if they don’t have young children or grandchildren dwelling locally.