Welcome to Dolgellau Music Club
Dolgellau Music Club offers an invaluable cultural resource to the town's inhabitants in the winter months, and is also a popular destination for the musicians invited to perform.
Next Concert: 3 October, 2014
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Dolgellau is to be found in an area of exceptional natural beauty. It also offers a quality of musical experience which is highly appreciated by both performers and listeners. As one member put it after a recent chamber music concert: "even my best CDs felt afterwards like sliced white bread"...
We hope you enjoy visiting these pages, and will want to try out some of our events if you have not done so already. (Up-to-date publicity can always be found in Y Dydd or The Cambrian News, website http://www.cambrian.net). We look forward to welcoming you.
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- Latest Review: LOCAL TALENTS CONCERT - (26 June, 2014)
Dolgellau Music Club’s ‘Local Talents’ concert on Thursday 26th June in Coleg Meirion-Dwyfor turned out to be something of a ‘Quality Street’ experience with the emphasis very much on ‘quality’. Whether you’re partial to ‘La Cucaracha’ or ‘Caccini’, Richard Strauss or Gershwin, the performers offered a variety of musical treats to delight all tastes along with a variety of musical performers who ranged in age from ten to those who long ago qualified for free bus passes. For this member of the audience the evening provided a number of ‘first time’ moments. To start with, it was the first time I’d seen a conductor begin a concert whilst sitting on the lap of a member of the front-row audience! Roxane Smith, who combines the proselytizing zeal of Gareth Malone with the comic banter of Sue Perkins, conducted the combined a capella choirs of Swnion (Dolgellau) and Machapella (Machynlleth) in singing as deceptively simple, vital, harmonious and lovely as the varied songs they sang. ...