20/08/2017

Cyngherddau Amser Cinio Aberteifi


yn Eglwys y Santes Fair - rhoddion i Croeso Teifi






















 

Mae'r gyfres o gyngherddau haf yn Eglwys y Santes Fair yn parhau 25ain o Awst gyda'r gantores soprano Aurelija Stasiulytė. Ganed Aurelija yn Lithwania ym 1992 a dechreuodd astudio cerddoriaeth yn 8 oed. Dechreuodd ei hastudiaethau lleisiol yn Ysgol Gerdd Kaunas Juozas Gruodis lle cafodd ei henwebu fel canwr gorau ei blwyddyn. Yn 2012, bu'n astudio ym Mhrifysgol Vytautas Magnus ac yn 2014 fe aeth i Academi Cerddoriaeth a Theatr Lithwania, lle derbyniodd ei gradd baglor o dan nawdd Vladimiras Prudnikovas. Ar hyn o bryd mae hi'n astudio gyda Buddug Verona James a bydd yn dychwelyd i Lithwania ym mis Medi i barhau â'i hastudiaethau ar gyfer ei gradd Meistr.

 
Mae hi wedi perfformio rolau La Suora Zelatrice yn Suor Angelica (Academi Lithwania) Puccini, Arsamene yn Serse Handel, Dorabella yn Cosi fan tutte Mozart ac Ines yn Il Trovatore Verdi (Opera Ddinas Vilnius). Bydd Henry Ward yn cyfeilio
 
Aurelija Stasiulyte

 
 
28ain o Awst, bydd Eglwys y Santes Fair yn cyflwyno'r mezzo-soprano Ilar Rees-Davies. Mae Ilar newydd gwblhau ei hastudiaethau yn Ysgol Gerdd a Drama The Guildhall yn Llundain ac ar hyn o bryd mae'n gweithio gyda Opra Cymru ar Opera Gymraeg newydd. Mae hi hefyd yn arlunydd preswyl i Age Cymru ac yn gweithio gyda Chwmni Theatr Hijinx. 

Rhoddir rhoddion a gesglir yn y gyfres hon o gyngherddau rhad ac am ddim i brosiect Croeso Teifi, sydd â’i leoliad yn Aberteifi, i roi cartref newydd i ffoaduriaid o Syria. Treuliodd Ilar amser yng Ngwlad Belg a Berlin yn gweithio gyda ffoaduriaid ifanc o Syria, felly mae’r achos hwn yn un sy'n agos iawn at ei chalon. Bydd Jane Absalom yn cyfeilio. 
 
  
Bydd y ddau gyngerdd yn dechrau am 1yp.



 
 

19/08/2017

Lunch time recitals in Cardigan / Aberteifi


 at St Mary’s Church Continue - donations to Croeso Teifi






















 

The series of summer recitals at St Mary’s Church continues on the 25th August  with the soprano singer  Aurelija Stasiulytė.  Aurelija was born in Lithuania in 1992 and began studying music at the age of 8.  She began her vocal studies at Kaunas Juozas Gruodis Conservatory where she was nominated as the best singer of her year.  In 2012 she studied at Vytautas Magnus University and in 2014 entered the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre, where she received her bachelor's degree under the tutelage of Vladimiras Prudnikovas.  She is currently studying with Buddug Verona James  and will return to Lithuania in September to continue her studies for her Masters degree.

 
She has performed the roles of La Suora Zelatrice in Puccini's Suor Angelica {Lithuanian Academy}, Arsamene in Handel's Serse, Dorabella in Mozart's Cosi fan tutte and Ines in Verdi's Il Trovatore {Vilnius City Opera}.  She will be accompanied by Henry Ward.
 
Aurelija Stasiulyte

 
 
On the 28th August St Mary’s presents the mezzo-soprano Ilar Rees-Davies .  Ilar has just completed her studies at The Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London and is currently engaged in work with Opra Cymru on a new welsh-language Opera.  She is also a resident artist for Age Cymru and working with Hijinx Theatre Company. Donations collected at this series of free recitals are being given to Croeso Teifi the Cardigan based project to rehome Syrian refugees.  Ilar spent time in Belgium and Berlin working with young Syrian refugees,s o this cause is one that's very close to her heart.  Ilar will be accompanied by Sarah Jane Absalom. 
 
  
Both recitals start at 1pm.



 
 

02/07/2017

bore gwybodaeth // information morning


Bore agored diddorol ac addysgiadol gyda Croeso Teifi i ledaenu'r gair ac i annog pawb i gyfrannu wrth groesawu teulu o ffoaduriaid i Aberteifi. Diolch i'n gwesteiwyr yn Neuadd Hen Ysgol Santes Fair ac i bawb oedd yn bresennol.

Os ydych chi wedi colli’r bore ond eisiau cael gwybod mwy, eisiau gwirfoddoli, a / neu fod ar y rhestr bostio, cysylltwch â ni: : info@croesoteifi.org




An interesting and informative open get together with Croeso Teifi to spread the word and encourage participation in welcoming a refugee family to Cardigan. Thank you to our hosts at St Mary's Old School Hall and all who attended.

If you missed the information morning but would like to know more - volunteer and/or be on the mailing list, please contact us: info@croesoteifi.org

 

12/06/2017

bore gwybodaeth // information morning


Come to this information morning, with a film, a talk and informal conversations. It’ll be a chance to
  • hear about specific and general issues surrounding resettling Syrian refugees
  • meet some of the people already involved in the charity
  • find out more

 …and there’ll be refreshments!


Dewch draw i’r bore gwybodaeth hwn, gyda ffilm, sgwrs a sgwrsio anffurfiol. Bydd yn gyfle i
  • glywed am faterion penodol a chyffredinol ynglŷn ag ail-setlo ffoaduriaid o Syria
  • gwrdd â rhai o'r gwirfoddolwyr sydd eisoes yn ymwneud â'r elusen
  • gael gwybod mwy

... a bydd lluniaeth ar gael!
 
 





































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05/06/2017

Dates for your diary // Dyddiad ar gyfer dy ddyddiadur

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


There are different ways that you can support Croeso Teifi: come to a fundraising event or ...
You can arrange a fundraising event in your community, church, chapel
or organisation. If you would like someone to come and talk about the
project contact us
Mae gwahanol ffyrdd y gallwch gefnogi Croeso Teifi: yn dod i ddigwyddiad codi arian neu ...
Gallwch drefnu digwyddiad codi arian yn eich cymuned, eglwys, capel
neu sefydliad. Os hoffech i rywun ddod i siarad am y prosiect, cysylltwch
â ni

info@croesoteifi.com
07791 809 810





 

31/05/2017

Croeso Teifi news


Croeso Teifi is now a CIO, a Charitable Incorporated Organisation with its own Trustees.

At times the journey seemed endless, just to get the necessary permissions to meet our modest goal to host a few Syrian families in Cardigan. 

In the last days we passed two important milestones. We became a CIO - a charitable incorporated organisation and we got £10,200 in our bank account. Two months ago we had £7,200. Tomorrow we will have nearly £11,000.

This extraordinary growth in money is due to the enthusiasm and generosity of many people, all local or known to us. There have been no grants or crowd funders yet. 

So now we have past these milestones, at last the local authority in Ceredigion can arrange a meeting with us, hopefully to give us their approval, which can be followed by approval from the Home Office. The timing? We depend on others whose timing can be unpredictable, but we hope it will be 2-3 months til we get these approvals and can start seeking the right family or families for Cardigan.

To get this far has involved a lot of work - we now have policies of all kinds, we go to lots of training, even as far as London. We had a trauma awareness training today. We found two sympathetic landlords and we have teams with lead coordinators for every aspect of the work, well almost. There are still a few vacancies if you reading this have some time or skill to give: We are all volunteers and there is always danger of exhaustion, a few people tackling each task will make  a great difference.

Email if you can help: info@croesoteifi.org

And we need to reach another financial milestone to host two families.

We need £18,000 in total. More if it's an extended second family.

On Saturday 24th June,  we plan an information coffee morning in a church hall with a little film, this is not to raise funds but to discuss the project, seek ideas for improvements and share our knowledge so far.

If you want to help, please do, but be warned, your enthusiasm can lure you into a lot of work. You may grow skills and knowledge in unexpected areas. You could end up running an auction or meeting with the home office and explaining how they need to do their job, or folding raffle tickets, or learning about mental health, excel or Arabic or listening to the Koran sung in the sunshine. 

I am still tired from my late night shift on Saturday where I had to listen to some of the most stunning music in Wales, eat soup, drink wine and do things you wouldn't dare do at a party. [Noson Bara Menyn]




We are part of a wider movement especially in Wales where teams like ours are developing similar schemes in Cardiff, Aberystwyth, Fishguard, Narberth, Haverfordwest. The first community sponsored family in Wales is due in June. They are Kurds, a minority in their country with some great traditions including equality between men and women.

If you're feeling brave or bored or undervalued or generous, come and help us, jump in and swim, the water's bracing but lovely. Do share...

Vicky
 
 
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