2017 Concerts

CONCERTS TICKETS £9.00 at the Door.
Advance Tickets are £8.00, available from: Flame Lily Health Store, High Street, Tywyn.

Dances are £6.00 at the Door.

ALL CONCERTS START AT 7:30pm, except *
Thursday February 23rd
DAVID LOWE introduces NORMAN SCOTT

Saturday April 15th
JONATHAN MANN with COR MEIBION BRO DYSYNNI

Sunday April 30th
ANDREW UMPLEBY Back by special request

Sunday May 21st at 2:30pm *
TEA DANCE with our regular organist DAVID SMITH

Tuesday May 30th
ADAM EVANS Return of a popular young player

Thursday June 15th
CAMERON LLOYD Popular player and organ restorer

Thursday July 13th
DONALD MACKENZIE Returning Star Performer
Donald will also be accompanying silent movies at the Magic Lantern Cinema in Tywyn on Friday 14th

Thursday July 27th
RICHARD HILLS Don't miss this outstanding concert

Thursday August 10th
LEN RAWLE MBE Returns to entertain us royally

Saturday August 12th at 2:30pm *
Tywyn Friends Group CHARITY TEA DANCE in aid of Ty Gobaith / Hope House
Organist DAVID REDFERN

Thursday August 24th
ANDREW GILBERT A welcome new name here

Saturday September 16th
ROBERT ROWLEY Great player and Organ Builder

Sunday October 29th at 3:00pm *
DAVID LOWE with LEWIS SCOTT Young prize winner

Saturday December 9th
ANDREW UMPLEBY and SILVER BAND
All events feature the Wurlitzer Cinema Pipe Organ.
(01654) 710 994 - tywynwurlitzer.com - Catering by Yum-Yums
Specifications
It is a three-manual nine-rank Wurlitzer, a pipe organ similar basically to a concert or church instrument. The main differences are that the pipework plays at a higher wind pressure than a church organ and much heavier tremulants are provided but can be turned on or off.
Its nine ranks of pipes are Tibia Clausa, Vox Humana, Trumpet, Concert Flute, Violin, Violin Celeste, Diaphonic Diapason, Clarinet. Orchestral Oboe Tuned percussions are Xylophone, Cathedral Chimes, Glockenspiel and Vibraphone.
The some 657 pipes, together with the other instruments, are contained in two chambers behind the stage of Neuadd Pendre.
The Bluthner Grand Piano can now be played remotely from the organ console.

It also has numerous non-tonal percussions such as Cymbals, Drums, Castanets, Tambourine, Triangle, Sleigh Bells, Fire Gong, Boat Whistle, Door Bell, Horse Hooves, Bird Whistles, etc., all of which are actual instruments and are played pneumatically.