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Founded 1937



You can book the choir to perfom at concerts, charity concerts, private engagements and weddings.

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The Choir practises every Friday evening in Llanfaes School Hall commencing at 7.00 p.m. You are most welcome to come along and listen to the Choir rehearsing.

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We warmly welcome interest from potential new choristers. Come along on any rehearsal night, sample the atmosphere and perhaps join the Brecon & District family.

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Welcome to our Gallery

Aberhonddu Male Choir - Craig-y-Nos Castle

The Friends of Aberhonddu Choir Ladies Committee organised a successful Choir Social Evening on 18th July 2015 at the Henderson Hall, Talybont-on-Usk.

Members of the Choir engaged themselves in a friendly Choir section "Sods Opera", along with a blend of some traditional choir favourites.

The Choir Chairman, Edwin Roderick receiving a Certificate of Comendation on behalf of the Choir from Major Derek Adams (Rtd) for The Choir's participating in the Presentation of Colours to the Royal Welsh by Her Majesty The Queen 11th June 2015.

Brecon Cathedral 19 December 2009

Members of the choir posing in their new kit after proudly singing at the wedding of our President's Daughter Sarah Jane Powell to James Richard Connor.

Bideford Devon

Members of the choir outside the hotel where they were staying and prior to settng off for a concert in Yarnscombe village hall.

Rochester Cathedral

The London Welsh Festival of Male Choirs.

Our Choir on the steps of The Albert Hall 18th October 2014

Albert Hall

Albert Hall Audience


Gerad on the bus

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Main Gallery
Roll back the years