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Tŷ Cerdd is delighted to announce the 29 composers and music-creators to be selected, from over 100 applications, for the latest tranche of paid opportunities in our CoDI artist development initiative, following a series of open calls:

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 DIY – funded by Arts Council of Wales, PRS Foundation & Youth Music

Lead composer Pwyll ap Siôn and a range of specially selected artists mentor 10 music-creators who have not accessed post-school formal musical education: Cara Ludlow, Francesca Murphy, Gwen Siôn, Hannah Ratigan, Heledd Evans, Jake A Griffiths, Josh Whyte (aka Blank Face), Kevin Ford, Nazia Sethi (aka Naziaaa), Richard Thair  READ MORE

EXPERIMENTAL funded by Arts Council of Wales, PRS Foundation & RVW Trust

Working from the Tŷ Cerdd archive collection, six artists will participate in a pathway for experimental practice – led by collective of Angharad Davies, Rhodri Davies and Siwan Rhys: Amy Sterly, Emma Daman Thomas, Fern Thomas, Francesca Simmons, Simon Proffitt, Stephen Black READ MORE

GRANGE – funded by Aneurin Bevan University Health Board

A range of artists will create music and sound installations for the multi-faith chapel in the new Grange Hospital, engaging with community groups through the process, and led by award-winning composer Jo Thomas: Ashley John Long, Angharad Jenkins and Delyth Jenkins, Leona Jones, Stacey Blythe, Teifi Emerald and Ess Louise.  READ MORE

OPERA – funded by Arts Council of Wales, PRS Foundation & RVW Trust

Composer Robert Fokkens and writer/dramaturg Sophie Rashbrook support six composers through this pathway to working with scenario, libretto and writing for voice: Bethan Morgan-Williams, Eloise Gynn, Ethnie Foulkes, Gareth Olubunmi Hughes, Jasper Dommett, Rebecca Horrox READ MORE


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Tŷ Cerdd is a PRS Foundation Talent Development Partner in association with Youth Music