Machynlleth Music Club

Machynlleth Music Club









We are delighted to welcome back Braimah and the younger members of this highly talented and unique family who have taken the music world by storm in the last few years. An evening not to be missed. Programme to be announced later.


Tickets £15  18 & Under Free

Available in person from  Y Tabernacl Machynlleth 01654 703355.

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or on the door on the night

Promoted by Machynlleth Music Club Registered Charity No.701737






The Meliora Collective is a freshly established ensemble, born out of the love of chamber music. They are all recent graduates of conservatoires and already making a name for themselves as musicians throughout the UK. All ten are coming for this concert and are really excited about presenting a unique programme as a dectet.

Programme: Ngarrgooroon -                    Deborah Cheetham

                     Nonet No. 2                          Bohuslav Martinu

                     Symphony No. 3 “Scottish” Mendelssohn (arr. Joel Roberts)

Tickets will be on sale soon.


This concert is supported by the Garthgwynion Charities.

Promoted by Machynlleth Music Club Charity No. 701737




Cerdd Machynlleth Music - Showcasing Youth



Oliver is a seventeen year old cellist of exceptional talent studying at the Junior Guildhall. He was the Gregynog Young Musician of the Year 2021, is an LPO Junior Artist 2021/22 and recently performed as soloist, guest principal and guest co-principal with the LPO at the Royal Festival Hall. His repertoire includes Elgar’s Cello Concerto and the Saint-Saens dramatic 1st Cello Concerto. He has won many prestigious prizes and awards and it is certainly a concert not to be missed.

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Promoted by Machynlleth Music Club Charity No. 701737        


SHREWSBURY SCHOOL - This has been given to The Friends as a fundraising concert.  



CONCERT 3: Sat. 11th June 2.00 p.m Munster Trust concert PIANO RECITAL Dominic Degavino  

  Saturday June 11  2.00

Dominic Degavino  PIANO
( Countess of Munster Trust)
Beethoven   Sonata in C major  Op.2 No.3
Amy Beach  Five Improvisations  Op.148
Schubert      Allegretto in C minor  D.915
Brahms        Piano Sonata No.3 in F minor  Op.5 

  Pianist Dominic Degavino has performed concerts in venues across the United Kingdom and beyond, including solo performances at the Wigmore Hall and Southbank Centre, London as a Park Lane Group artist, at the Bridgewater Hall, Manchester and the Lichfield and Edinburgh festivals, among others. Concerto appearances include performances with the Manchester Camerata and RNCM Symphony Orchestra.

  Having completed both school and undergraduate studies in Manchester with Helen Krizos, at Chetham's School of Music and the Royal Northern College of Music, he recently graduated from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, where he studied with Charles Owen and Noriko Ogawa.

  Dominic has achieved considerable competition success, including winning the RNCM Gold Medal Competition, 3rd Prize at the Concours International de Piano d'Epinal in France, and keyboard section prizes of both the Tunbridge Wells International Young Concert Artists Competition and the 2017 Royal Over-Seas League Arts Competition. In 2020 he was accepted onto the Tillett Trust DEBUT recital scheme, and he is currently also a member of the Countess of Munster Musical Trust recital scheme. He has taken part in masterclasses with eminent pianists such as Lang Lang, Richard Goode, Imogen Cooper, Peter Frankl and John O'Conor.

  Alongside work as a soloist, he is a passionate chamber musician, accompanist, and jazz player, performing extensively and winning prizes with a wide array of ensembles, including the Mithras Trio (current BBC New Generation Artists) and with flautist Meera Maharaj.

TICKETS. £10.  On the door
(Note - this is an afternoon concert)  


Friday May 20  7.30

Tom Mathias  VIOLIN

Dominic Degavino Piano


Schubert      Sonata in A major
Piazzola      Histoire du Tango
Massenet   Meditation


Ysaye        Solo Sonata 6
Strauss      Sonata
Ernst          Carnival of Venice  

Thomas Mathias is a violinist from Aberystwyth, Wales, currently studying at Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, USA, with the legendary pedagogue Mauricio Fuks. Recently named a winner of the Royal Philharmonic Society’s ‘Julius Isserlis’ Scholarship for overseas’ study, Thomas is a Master’s graduate of the Royal Academy of Music, where he was awarded the prestigious ABRSM scholarship along with a DipRAM for outstanding performance. Prior to the Academy, Thomas studied at the Royal Northern College of Music, winning the major violin prizes during his time there. Thomas is also a past winner of the Urdd National Eisteddfod Instrumental Competition. Past teachers include So-Ock Kim, Alexander Sitkovetsky, Leland Chen, Deirdre Ward, and Isobelle McGuinness.

TICKETS £10. On the door   

CONCERT 1:  FREE                                          Friday April 8 7.30 Ellis  Thomas PIANO(Gregynog Young Musician 2019)

Bach             Partita No.2 in C minor
Beethoven   Sonata No. 30 in E major  Op.109
Chopin         Polonaise in F# minor        Op.44
Prokofiev     Sonata No. 7

Retiring collection

Welsh pianist Ellis Thomas is in his final year studying music at the University of Cambridge, alongside which he is studying piano with Tessa Nicholson at the Royal Academy of Music. At the age of 12, Ellis entered the Junior department at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester, where he studied for six years under Manola Hatfield.

Ellis has been awarded prizes at competitions including the Düsseldorf Robert Schumann International Piano Competition and has won first prizes at the Wales International Piano Festival, Gregynog Young Musician and the RIBI National Young Musician, amongst others. He has received lessons from such renowned professors as Boris Berman, Till Felner, Peter Donohoe, Steven Osborne, and Peter Nagy.

Alongside solo playing, Ellis particularly enjoys collaborative playing, and regularly performs as part of several chamber groups and ensembles. He is an Instrumental Award holder at Cambridge University, receiving regular  chamber music coaching from notable artists such as Michael Dussek, the Endellion Quartet and the Amatis Trio. He is also collaborative pianist for the International Music Academy of Solsona, Catalonia.

Next year, Ellis has been awarded a scholarship from the Royal Academy of Music to continue studies with Tessa Nicholson on the Master’s programme.