individual performers

Listed below are some of the concerts at which the following performed:

  • Miss A.M. Hughes (Telynores Menai)
  • Miss E. L. Williams, the Celebrated Welsh Nightingale
  • Sarah Edith Wynne (Eos Cymru)
  • Kate Wynne
  • Edith Wynne (Eos Meirion / Eos Cymru)

Eos is Welsh for nightingale

Miss A.M. HUGHES, Telynores Menai, (age 12 in 1889)

1889
BEAUMARIS CONCERT Miss Hughes, Menai Bridge, played on the harp
North Wales Chronicle (Bangor, Wales), Saturday, March 2, 1889

LLANDUDNO, MR RIVIERE’S CONCERT
Song by Miss Maggie Jones in Welsh costume; harp solo by Miss A.M. Hughes, Telynores Menai, in Welsh Costume.
North Wales Chronicle (Bangor, Wales), Saturday, July 20, 1889

LLANDUDNO, MR RIVIERE’S CONCERT
Song performed in Welsh costume; harp solo by Miss A.M. Hughes, Telynores Menai, (age 12), in Welsh Costume.
North Wales Chronicle (Bangor, Wales), Saturday, September 28, 1889

1890
GRAND HARP AND VOCAL CONCERT AT BANGOR
Miss Mary Hughes, Telynores Menai, performed in Welsh costume; Mr Owen Jones, Telynor Seiriol, also in Welsh costume.
North Wales Chronicle (Bangor, Wales), Saturday, May 3, 1890

MISS E.L. WILLIAMS

for biography, see: Lover, Samuel, Miss E. L. Williams, the Welsh nightingale, (New York, 1857)

1851
27 November 1851: Concert by the Celebrated Welsh Nightingale Miss E. L. Williams (pupil of Sir Henry Bishop) (with press comments).
Oxfordshire Studies, Central Library Oxford OX1 1DJ United Kingdom, Banbury Scrapbooks: Case F (1844-1932)

1853
The Welsh Nightingale – Miss E.L. Williams. Performed in Chester and will do so in Bangor soon ‘in the Welsh costume’
North Wales Chronicle (Bangor, Wales), Friday, April 1, 1853

The Welsh Nightingale – Miss E.L. Williams. Performed in Denbigh
North Wales Chronicle (Bangor, Wales), Friday, April 8, 1853

The Welsh Nightingale – Miss E.L. Williams. Performed in Hall in Lord Nelson Street, Liverpool
Liverpool Mercury etc (Liverpool, England), Friday, May 6, 1853

The Welsh Nightingale – Miss E.L. Williams. More Performances in Hall in Lord Nelson Street, Liverpool
Liverpool Mercury etc (Liverpool, England), Tuesday, May 10, 1853

Accounts of various performances by Miss E.L. Williams in Welsh costume
North Wales Chronicle (Bangor, Wales), Friday, May 13, 1853

Advert for Miss E.L. Williams concert in Welsh costume
North Wales Chronicle (Bangor, Wales), Friday, June 17, 1853

MISS E.L WILLIAMS This vocalist sang in National Costume at a concert at the Baths Assembly room, Dean Street. She has just toured the USA
North Wales Chronicle (Bangor, Wales), Saturday, April 30, 1859

SARAH WYNNE (Sarah Edith Wynne?, Eos Cymru)

1856
Concert in Welsh costume by Sarah Wynne in various north and mid Wales towns (listed)
North Wales Chronicle (Bangor, Wales), Saturday, September 20, 1856

 1857
Concert in Welsh costume by Sarah Wynne in Mold on the 11th
North Wales Chronicle (Bangor, Wales), Saturday, March 14, 1857

1858
Miss S.E. Wynne sang at Ruthin in Welsh costume
North Wales Chronicle (Bangor, Wales), Saturday, October 9, 1858

1860
THE GRAND NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD AT DENBIGH. Concert. Miss Sarah Edith Wynne (Eos Cymru) sang in the National costume.
North Wales Chronicle (Bangor, Wales), Saturday, August 11, 1860

KATE WYNNE

1861
Miss Kate Wynne to sing in Welsh costume at Liverpool
Baner ac Amserau Cymru (Denbigh, Wales), Wednesday, December 11, 1861
Liverpool Mercury etc (Liverpool, England), Thursday, December 12, 1861

EDITH WYNNE Eos Meirion / Eos Cymru

Cyfarfodydd Crefyddol a Llenyddol, Concert Eos Meirion, 7th June, Neuadd Gerddorol, Store Street
Baner ac Amserau Cymru (Denbigh, Wales), Wednesday, June 19, 1861

ORIEL ENWOGION EISTEDDFOD CAERNARFON. Miss Edith Wynne, (Eos Cymru) sang in the native costume of Wales
Baner ac Amserau Cymru (Denbigh, Wales), Wednesday, August 13, 1862; Issue 284

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