For those into folk music but new to the Welsh folk scene, you might like to keep an eye on this site:
trac strategically develops the folk music and dance scene of Wales. It works to maintain and develop the Nations’ vibrant, living tradition and ensure it is shared and enjoyed by audiences. It supports amateur and professional musicians regardless of age, language and race and across borders, and celebrates the very best representation of our folk music culture, promoting it at home and across the world.
I see they've just posted an event on FB if anyone is interested and in the area -
Pibau, pibgyrn, alawon. Welsh pipes, pibgyrn and tunes.
Diwrnod o weithdai a sesiynau i bawb sydd a^ diddordeb yn y pibau Cymreig a'r bibgorn, a'r alawon gallwn eu canu arnyn nhw. Hyfryd iawn! Mae llety ar gael yn y lneuadd lle rydyn ni'n cwrdd.
A day of workshops and sessions for all who are interested in the Welsh pipes and pibgorn, and the tunes we can play on them, A day to immerse yourself in our growing piping tradition. Accomodation available.in the Hall where we are meeting.
14 October at 10:00–23:59, in Ystradgynlais