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We are delighted to announce the latest CoDi programme – following generous funding support from Arts Council of Wales, Jerwood Foundation and PRS Foundation (by whom we have been announced as one of a UK-wide 73-strong Talent Development Network).


CoDI 24/25 features paid, artist-led pathways, alongside INTERACT, a suite of workshops and training.

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Tuag Opera – a partnership with Music Theatre Wales, this pathway pairs six music-creators with six writers, supporting them to develop skills in writing opera. With support from lead artists Gwyneth Glyn, Iwan Teifion Davies and Michael McCarthy.

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Ffidil Plws – leading UK contemporary practitioners Angharad Davies and Darragh Morgan lead six music-creators in writing for solo violin and electronics.

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BŴM! is a pathway for four early-career artists (or four early-career ensembles/groups) in making outdoor music and sound that responds to themes of climate crisis.

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Bwthyn Sonig – enabling learning-disabled artists to develop skills and express original music; with a special strand of accessible club nights.

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INTERACT: to include

  • Off-Grid: extending and developing this nationwide network of sound-artists and music-creators working in unconventional music-practice

  • Music Industry 101 - skills sharing and training sessions

  • Workshops & networking

The 24/25 CoDI programme is made possible through generous financial support from Arts Council of Wales, PRS Foundation (Talent Development Programme), Jerwood Foundation and Anthem Music Fund Wales (through its Atsain fund, which is backed by investment from Youth Music and support from Anthem’s founding patrons and Welsh Government).

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Tŷ Cerdd is a PRS Foundation Talent Development Partner

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