SUNDAY 2.7.17 : 11.00 – 15.00

Cwpwrdd Nansi is an exciting development from Trac’s partnership with the National Eisteddfod, Tŷ Gwerin. It’s a way for audiences across Wales to encounter our traditional music and it begins with an afternoon of singing, playing and dancing on July 2nd at Tafwyl. We’ll be turning the Acoustic Stage into a Folk Stage where you can learn a few songs and have a go at clog dancing before relaxing by listening to three folk bands for the rest of the afternoon.

Tudur Phillips

Tudur Philips will be teaching you a few dance steps. When he’s not on the telly he runs Clogsffit sessions in Cardiff and the Vale.


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.


With their new album Elfen released this year, Elfen take sad songs, happy songs and love songs from Wales and beyond and make them their own.

Bethan Nia

Singer and harpist, Bethan Nia will hold a workshop teaching a few folk songs from Wales. An ideal session for families and Welsh Learners. She will also be performing songs from her new album Between the Lines, due for release later this year.