ADERYN PRIN CEILIDH BAND - BARN DANCE BAND - BAND TWMPATH DAWNS - Welcome to our website
And....Our fiddler Nial's new Cd OES i OES - wearing his guitar-playing hat - with Cass Meurig - now released - so far Cerys Mathews has requested them to play on her show, a copy has been ordered by the National Library of Wales, and review copy and interview requested by FRoots magazine. You can listen to it in it's entirety HERE and also download or buy the CD.
And new webcast folk programme by the wonderful MIKE HARDING, unbelievably shabbily treated by the BBC and now going it alone for folk music. Catch what will be an aural treat every Sunday at 5pm here, Good luck Mike!
VIDEO OF THE BAND NOW ON THE HEAR US PLAY PAGE HERE
New blog item, Accordionist Annies adventures with the Number One Ladies Accordion Orchestra - St Ives taken by storm!
Ceilidh Band & Barn Dance Band ADERYN PRIN are North Wales’s hardest working and most popular Ceilidh Band - in fact, North Wales's favourite choice for a Ceilidh,Ceili, Barn Dance, Twmpath Dawns, Country Dance or Hoedown
Nial on fiddle or mandolin, with Annie on piano accordion lead the band, ably supported by the tight and driving rhythm section of Pete on guitar/vocals and Jerome on 5 string bass.
WE CAN TRANSFORM A SPECIAL EVENT - wedding, anniversary, function, corporate event, barn dance, ceilidh, twmpath or birthday party - into a celebratory evening to remember. And unlike a disco, you will find a ceilidh appeals across the generations - we regularly fill the dancefloor with everyone from tots to grannies!
DON'T WORRY THAT YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW THE DANCES - we work with the best and most experienced callers in the area. Our caller will explain and take you through each dance step by step , and then, if needed will also call as the dance progresses. And with our repertoire including anything and everything from stately waltzes to the meltdown frenzy of Strip the Willow, it’s huge fun and it doesn’t matter if you’ve never danced a step before.
WE BRING OUR OWN SOUND SYSTEM AND CALLER - and will, of course, work flexibly to your requirements on the night - be it wedding dance, anniversary, function, corporate event, birthday party...whatever your celebratory evening. And, as a North Wales band, if required a sizeable part of our repertoire is from Wales, and we work with several callers who are delighted to get the opportunity to call an entire Twmpath in Welsh...we are equally at home conducting dances in either language or bilingually throughout the evening.
IF YOU'VE NEVER ORGANISED A CEILIDH OR BARN DANCE BEFORE, OR WOULD LIKE YOUR NEXT ONE TO BE EVEN MORE SUCCESFUL - DO HAVE A LOOK AT OUR CEILIDH FAQ PAGE HERE
Although we play plenty of twmpath tunes from Wales we also draw on the vast repertoire of traditional ceilidh dance music of the British Isles - though we are not deaf to a good melody and are prepared to make exceptions from further afield (love those American hoedown tunes)!
And of course not forgetting both traditional and contemporary songs from Pete. Sometimes instead of a country dance, twmpath or ceilidh we are booked purely for listening, and we have enough quieter and more unusual instrumentals and songs to provide an evening's entertainment in this way too, if that is something that interests you.
BASED NEAR CAERNARFON, GWYNEDD, NORTH WALES, WE'VE BEEN PLAYING CEILIDHS, BARN DANCES AND TWMPATHS REGULARLY TO APPRECIATIVE AUDIENCES THROUGHOUT WALES AND THE NORTH WEST FOR MORE THAN 20 YEARS.
For bookings and to check availability, call Jerome or Annie on
or 07811 836584
or contact us here
And finally, UNLEASHING ADERYN PRIN'S NEW VENTURE
Have you always enjoyed dancing?
Think dancing has sadly lost its social function?
Appreciate meeting new people and making new friends?
Enjoy folk music played with drive and energy?
Do you give a regretful sigh for the passing of the old fashioned Twmpath Dawns?
Well, help is at hand, because now it’s COOL TO CEILIDH
Click HERE for our CLWB TWMPATH BANGOR CEILIDH CLUB page with more information and upcoming events
THE MIRROR BALL WILL BE THERE...WILL YOU?
SITE UPDATE 6th November 2013