Alun Baines Jones has had to call it a day on his long standing choir membership. [Read more…]
The serene setting of the Severn Theatre, Shrewsbury is the location of our St. David’s Day concert on February 28, 2015. [Read more…]
Richard Lloyd has no problem in choosing his favourite choir song. It’s an easy decision as he remembers with real emotion.
“It has to be ‘[easyazon_link asin=”B00JS24EZ8″ locale=”UK” new_window=”default” nofollow=”default” tag=”denanddismalv-21″ add_to_cart=”default” cloaking=”default” localization=”default” popups=”default”]The Rose [/easyazon_link]’ because the choir sang it at my wedding to Margaret.” [Read more…]
As a choir member you have to trust your choir conductor. Imagine yourself in a strange and foreign landscape. Without a map, compass, satnav, travel guide, or signposts. There’s no doubt. You are lost. [Read more…]
James and Rhian wedding at the Holy Trinity Church, Trefnant conveyed the spirit of Christmas. Winter sunshine was an extra blessing. [Read more…]
Our concert for the Stroke and Arthritis Club is an annual event. This year it marked a significant date. It coincided with the welcome return of founder choir member Gareth Roberts. [Read more…]
Remembrance Sunday approaches with national gratitude. Respect observed at cenotaphs nationwide. Wartime songs, music and poetry play a significant part as we pay homage to the fallen. [Read more…]
I was born in Stretford, near Manchester on January 8 1949, writes Paul Denney. I lived there until I was 17 when the family moved, including me, to Bryn Rhyd yr Arian. This was a culture shock! [Read more…]
Like it or loathe it, the internet has changed the way that we communicate. There is some negative feedback about the darker aspects of the internet. But some people still regard it as the greatest invention of all time.
It put our choir website on the map.
What have Mansel Thomas, the famous composer and conductor, Roderick Williams, the experienced baritone, and our choir member Peter Davies got in common? [Read more…]