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: 26 February, 2016
Sam Wilson & George Barton (percussion)
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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: Kausikan Rajeshkumar - (8 January, 2016)
Prolonged applause at the end of the first item, a pair of Scarlatti sonatas, in the recital given in Coleg Meirion-Dwyfor on Friday 8th January by pianist Kausikan Rajeshkumar, showed how much the audience appreciated this young soloistís brilliance. Indeed, the second sonata of the pair, K 141 (both in D minor), required no less, with its toccata-like repeated notes evoking the mandolin or guitar. But in some ways it was the opening sonata, K 213, a slow and intense lament, that set the tone for the evening. For this was a deeply thought and felt recital, the performer often looking up (no copies needed) as if listening to the quality of tone he was producing, and seemingly creating into the moment. It was hard to believe any printed music had been part of the process. This of course was an illusion, concealing many hours of disciplined practice. The Chopin masterpieces that took up the remainder of the first half - the Barcarolle in F sharp major Op. 60, Three Mazurkas Op. 59, ...