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Meg Eliza Cox, Osian Gruffydd a Rhys Morris yw tri o gerddorion ifanc mwyaf cyffrous a thalentog yng Nghymru heddiw. Maent yn chwarae alawon a chaneuon traddodiadol o Gymru a thu hwnt a hefyd yn perfformio stepio Cymreig.

 

Meg Eliza Cox, Osian Gruffydd and Rhys Morris are three of Wales' most exciting and talented young musicians.
They play traditional tunes and songs from Wales and beyond and also showcase Welsh step dancing.

Tunes - Clogs - Songs

from Wales and beyond!

Management:
Huw Williams 07789 905 322
huwclogs@aol.com


Rhys Morris

Rhys has studied classical guitar since he was 6 years old.  He discovered traditional Welsh folk music through his involvement with the successful performing group, Bro Taf who are based in Pontypridd.  With Bro Taf he has performed in all the major eisteddfod festivals in Wales – singing, drama, clog dancing and folk dancing.  He travelled with them to Majorca to take part in the World Folk Dance Festival and danced with the group that won the competition to become Junior World Folk Dance Champions.
He plays with Band Nantgarw who have performed at a variety of venues including the Wales Millennium Centre, Cwpwrdd Nansi, National Waterfront Museum, Swansea and Twickenham.  The band won the folk group competition in the National Eisteddfod of Wales in 2015 and has recorded sessions for BBC Radio Cymru.  They also accompany the world renowned Nantgarw Dancers who regularly perform and compete at the National Eisteddfod of Wales and the Llangollen International Eisteddfod.  Rhys travelled with them to Mexico where they took part in the World Dance Festival in Mexico City.  When Rhys takes a break from playing the guitar, he dances with them.
Rhys has attended the Folkworks Summer School at Durham and Trac’s Gwerin Gwallgo at Glanllyn.
Rhys also plays the trumpet and piano and is currently studying for his A levels.  He likes to compose new arrangements for traditional tunes and is always eager to learn new tunes that he hasn’t heard before.

 

Osian Gruffydd

Osian's interest in traditional folk music developed at a very early age as he competed in solo, duo and group dance competitions with the well known Bro Tâf and Nantgarw groups throughout his childhood.
He won the main solo clogging dance prize in the Llangollen International Eisteddfod in 2013 and is currently the Welsh Clog dancing champion of Wales for his age.
As a member of the young folk band "Nantgarw", he plays regularly in venues throughout South Wales.
He has represented Wales with the Nantgarw Dancers in Mexico, Mallorca, Lorient, Romania and Slovakia.
Osian has played basketball for Wales but he is now concentrating on studying for his A levels!

 

Meg Eliza Cox

Meg plays Tim Phillips Asymmetric Violins
www.timsviolins.co.uk

Tony Dixon Whistles
www.tonydixonmusic.co.uk

Cas Davey Tenor Guitar / Tenor Banjo
www.daveymandolins.co.uk

Meg has been playing and performing since the tender age of four.
She first started playing Bodhran (a traditional Irish drum), 
then quickly moved on to playing Mandolin, Guitar, Tenor Guitar, Banjo and Fiddle.



Meg plays with a host of musicians of all ages and musical genres, including:

Band Nantgarw a young band of Welsh Musicans,
Rogora Khart , Celtic Sessions all over S.Wales.

Meg now 16, has already played at venues such as Twickenham stadium, Royal Albert Hall,
Senedd-Cardiff, Newport Centre, Tredegar House-Newport, TJs-Newport
and countless other pubs/clubs.

Meg has already supported bands such as Jamie Smiths Mabon, Paper Aeroplanes,
Allan yn a fan,Rusty Shackle & Calan
& played Festivals, Folk Clubs, Bars & Parties.....

 

 

 

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