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The choir were delighted to be invited back to sing at The Brecon Food Festival held in The Market Hall. We sang on the stage for two sessions to a packed hall conducted by Lyn and accompanied by Aysha. There was also a short additional performance promoting Welsh Brew Tea, you can see the video here.


Food Festival Fun

On Saturday 18th May 2019, the choir along with Lyn and Aysha enjoyed a weekend trip to High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire, to join The Wycombe Orpheus Male Choir, for their annual concert in Wycombe Swan Theatre. The concert also promoted the very best of talent from the Orpheus’s Festival of Young Musicians and there were fantastic performances from the High Wycombe Music Centre Saxophone Choir and Borlase Barbershop. The singing then continued late into the night at the “Afterglow”.

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High Wycombe TRip

The choir took part in The Welsh Concert at Brecon Cathedral on Monday evening (22nd July 2019) to celebrate King Goodwill Zwelithini’s visit to Wales. We were joined by Emily Pugh (Mezzo Soprano), in singing Anfonaf Angel and O Gymru. Emily Harris – Harpist, also gave a lovely performance. The choir were ably led by our Assistant Musical Director, Lynne Griffin and accompanied by the talented Becky Drysdale.

On the Tuesday evening, Marc Williams (Secretary) was invited to a reception with the King, Queen and Royal Family at Theatr Brycheiniog. Marc presented a few CD's of the choir as a gift to the King on behalf of the choir.


A Royal Visit to Brecon

Aberhonddu & District Male Choir are privileged to announce that Dame Shân Legge-Bourke DCVO has been made an Honorary Patron, along with newly elected President of the choir Llio Evans.

For all the years’ service Dame Shân has given to the choir and the work undertaken in the local community it is a fitting tribute to make her our Honorary Patron. Dame Shân was President of the Choir for many years and was Lord Lieutenant of Powys for over 20 years.

We are equally excited to have Llio Evans as our new President – welcome to the team! Llio is a Welsh soprano originally from

Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch. The first time the choir met Llio was at the Festival of Welsh Male Voice Choirs in 2018 where she made her Royal Albert Hall debut. Last October we sang with Llio in ‘s-Hertogenbosch for the 75th anniversary of the Liberation of the city. We look forward to working with both these wonderful ladies in the future.


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Upper Chapel Summer Concert

The choir was very pleased to sing in Merthyr Cynog Community Hall at Upper Chapel Saturday evening, 13th July, for their church fund raising Summer Concert. Our very own soloists Harvey Cloke and Marc Williams performed individually and together. Marc gave an excellent performance of Elton John’s ‘Your Song’ at the piano. Also, Becky Drysdale (our accompanist) played her Bassoon. There were performances by the YFC Girls Choir, which made for a most enjoyable evening. We were grateful to the local community for providing the refreshment afterwards.


Joint concert with Talgarth Choir 21st June 2019

A.D.M.C. was delighted to join Talgarth Choir on Friday 21st June in St Gwendoline’s Church in Talgarth, as part of the celebrations to mark their 50th Year. The two choirs sang a varied programme on their own and then combined with 70 voices to a near capacity audience in the church. A total of £940 was raised for St Gwendoline's Church. Everyone enjoyed the excellent food provided after the concert in Talgarth Rugby Club.



The Choir practises every Thursday evening in Brynich Barn commencing at 7.00 p.m. You are most welcome to come along and listen to the Choir rehearsing.

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