Since 1994 TASC has been organising Events & Workshops to encourage the use and enjoyment of Folk Music in Mid Wales and the Borders
REGISTERED CHARITY 102144 Swn-y-Coed, Llandinam. SY17 5DJ tel:01686 688102 . . . email@example.com
Here are some links that might prove useful to those making music,
promoting events,undertaking research and creating projects.
Powys Arts Forum
An independent Charity, involving arts practioners in the county, and working closely with Powys County Council.
Powys County Council
Funding for community projects seems to have stalled, but exactly what is happening isn't clear. Help on arts matters can be had from Lucy Bevan Senior Arts Officer.
Arts Council of Wales
The statutory body for the arts in Wales, includes the latest guidelines on grants for organisations and individuals.
Night Out Scheme
Support for events in rural communities, village halls etc., from the Arts Council of Wales.
Bi-monthly Welsh and borders folk magazine with reviews and listings.
Arguably the best place in the UK for organising folk music, song and dance courses. Now operating from the Sage in Gateshead.
Folk Arts England
Bringing together many regional initatives and incorporating the Association of Festival Organisors.
Development organisation for Welsh folk music.
Welsh Folk Dance Society
With many publications to its name over the years.
Welsh Folk Song Society
Long established society collecting and publishing folk songs.
Band operating between Builth Wells and Llandovery
Montgomery's Community Ceilidh Band
Newtown's Community Band.
Llandovery Folk Dance Club
Established for over 15 years, Kim and her team welcomes new dancers and old hands alike to their regular classes and sessions
This list is only those we've worked with and who are based in the area where TASC operates
For all things melodeon. Also see and heard with Joe le Taxi and Parti Gungrog
Superb five piece band playing French and Breton music.
King of the squeezebox, morris dancer extraordinary and more. Amy Douglas
One of our favourite storytellers, and a founder of the Festival at the Edge.
Natural voice practioner, workshop leader & hammer dulcimer player.