A gerowgh kana? A gerowgh Kernow? Mara’s kerowgh, kara a wrewgh An Kenys Kernewek Bras yn Logh, Kernow mis-Gwynngala (rann a dowlen hwarvosow Gool Ilow Logh).

Pyth yw poran? Hwarvos kevrennek routh yw ha dhe gavos milyow a dus ow kana unn gan war-barth yn Kernewek yw agan amkan.  Henwys ‘Roev Sos Roev’ yw an gan ha hwi a yll goslowes orti omma. Ni a brovi folenigow geryow heb kost (hag ynna  versyon fonetek), folennow ilow ha hyns keveylyans may hyllir omassaya

P’eur fydh?  4.30wh, dy’Sadorn an 30ens a vis-Gwynngala 2017

Ple fydh? Lown an Wariva Veur, Treth Logh, Logh, Kernow PL13  1BU

Prag? Rag gweres dhe ynkressya aswonvos a’n yeth kernewek, ha rag kenertha moy tus dhe gana (yn Kernewek).

Piw a gemmer rann? Y fydh bush a westoryon war an wariva, mes an berformyoryon a vydh tus kepar ha hwi. Mar ny gewssowgh bythkweth kyns ger a Gernewek hogen ha’n tyller unnik may kenowgh yw an kowas, omvyskewgh mar pleg – yma edhom dhyn ahanowgh!

Fatel gemerav rann?
Yma edhom dhywgh a dhyski unn gan yn unnik (checkyewgh an kevrennow a-woles rag goslowes orth an gan) ha prena tokyn ‘Kenys Bras’. An jydh na hwi a wra kana an gan avel rann a hwarvos levow gronnys ha martesen hwi a wra omgavos ow kana ryb nebes a’gan sterennow. Agas tokyn ‘Kenys Bras’ a re dhywgh chons a omlowenhe yn dydh leun a ilow awenek byw ha treusvysyek, keffrys ha bos rann a’n Kenys Kernewek Bras.  Chons bryntin yw rag tro bagas po vysytyans adhyskansel, ytho kovskrifewgh lemmyn. Mar ny ethewgh bythkweth dhe Wool Ilow Logh hwi a wra kavos delit bras.


KLYCKYEWGH OMMA rag goslowes orth an gan yn Kernewek

KLYCKYEWGH OMMA rag iskarga an hyns keveylyans

KLYCKYEWGH OMMA rag goslowes orth an gan yn Sowsnek


KLYCKYEWGH OMMA  rag iskarga an folennow geryow

Proviys yw folennow geryow yn Kernewek hag yn Sowsnek (may hwodhvowgh an pyth a-dro dhodho may kenowgh).


We’re auditioning. We’d like to invite one adult singing group, one children’s choir and one shanty group to join us on the main stage during The Big Cornish Sing. If you’d like to be considered, please EMAIL US with COMPETITION in the subject line, and we’ll arrange to attend one of your rehearsals.


Your group will need to register to access subsidised ‘The Big Cornish Sing’ ticket prices. You’ll need a group of at least 10 people attending to qualify for ‘Big Cornish Sing’ tickets. Everyone attending the event on a ‘Big Cornish Sing’ ticket will have full access to the entire festival for the day (from 11am to 11pm), including the ticketed venues and the headline show by Lulu. REGISTER NOW to qualify for up to 100% discount on day tickets.


The song is called Roev Sos Roev (which translates into English as Row Boys Row). It was written by Looe-based professional songwriter Tanya Brittain who also writes a regular column in Cornwall Today about learning the Cornish language. It was written for a FEAST Cornwall funded project called A River Runs Between and recorded by The Changing Room. It’s a modern shanty-style song that captures the working life of Cornish seine-boat fishermen. The song has already been adopted by many choirs, shanty groups and gig rowing teams and is the perfect song for The Big Cornish Sing.

The Big Cornish Sing is a trade mark of Looe Music Festival. All rights reserved. The Big Cornish Sing is co-funded by Cornwall Council and delivered in partnership with the Cornish Language Office.


Bring your Cornish flags, wear your group uniforms or t-shirts, or just chill out and enjoy the singing. You’ll need to head to the box office and go to The Big Cornish Sing check-in desk to collect your wristbands.

One nominated person can collect these on behalf of the entire group. The wristbands must be worn at all times as these give you access to the ticketed venues and arenas.

You can bring folding chairs to use at the venue, although the use of chairs may be restricted to the promenade area and the rear of the arena during the performance.

By registering you give your permission to be filmed, photographed and recorded and for the images and audio to be used for promotional purposes.

We’re offering up to 100% discount on day ticket to Looe Music Festival for groups getting involved in The Big Cornish Sing. Day tickets are normally £40 each, but we’re offering 100% discount on Under 18s tickets (to support school and youth groups) and up to 75% discount on adult tickets – reducing day tickets to £10 each. To qualify for these discounts you’ll need a group of at least 10 attending and tickets must be purchased in one batch under your group name.

Your ticket entitles you to attend Looe Music Festival for the full day (11am to 11pm) not just The Big Cornish Sing event, and you’ll have access to all ticketed venues, including the headline show featuring Lulu.