Looking back on 2018 in words and pictures provides ample evidence of another busy and successful year for Denbigh and District Male Voice Choir.
In January, 2018 we were thrilled to be invited back to Tweedmill Retail Park, St Asaph to entertain the customers.
Some customers, much to our pleasure, stayed for the entire duration of our performance. It was also an opportunity for us to swell the choir coffers.
Weddings in 2018 in Words and Pictures
The choir sang at no fewer than 6 glorious weddings during 2018.
Natalie and Jamie (left) at Pentre Mawr Country House was our first in 2018.
Alice and Aled (centre) survived temperatures in the 90’s at the ornate Trevor Hall, Llangollen.
The magnificent St Werburgh’s Church, Chester provided the venue for the wedding of Alyson and Michael (right).
Strawberry Tea 2018 in Words and Pictures
On a scorching Summer afternoon, a good number turned out for the sumptuous Strawberry Tea at Gwaenynog Hall.
Choir member Peter Davies, wife Enys, and energetic helpers have established this typical Summer afternoon delight as a wonderful fund raising activity for the choir.
More Weddings in 2018 in Words and Pictures
A return visit to Pentre Mawr Country House for the wedding of Laura and Jonathan (left).
Followed by the wedding of well known couple, Sharleen and Bryn (centre) at St Tyrnog’s Church, Llandyrnog.
Our last wedding of the year was at the Vale Country Club, Ruthin for the wedding of Lowri and Richard.
Concerts in 2018 in Words and Pictures
The choir participated in many memorable concerts during 2018.
Throughout the summer our concerts at St John’s Church, Llandudno were very well received.
Our Charity Concert for the NSPCC, with local favourite mezzo soprano, Kathryn Nash, at St Mary’s Church, Denbigh is also a night to remember.
The Remembrance Concert to the fallen, particularly first World War victims, was a poignant and emotional evening. Local school children also took part in the concert at Denbigh Town Hall.
Choir 30th Anniversary Concert
A packed St Asaph Cathedral gave the choir a rousing standing ovation at the end of a truly memorable night.
The choir also shared the stage with Côr Cytgan Clwyd and special guest Steffan Rhys Hughes.
Finally, we are grateful to musical director Arwyn Roberts and accompanist Nia Jones for their contributions to the success of 2018.
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