Posted by: cardiffmalechoir | December 30, 2013

New Members’ Evening

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New Members’ Evening

Founded in 1898, Cardiff Male Choir is one of the oldest choirs in South Wales. We have a wide repertoire from traditional to modern. We sing a charity events, corporate events and weddings. We take part in Eisteddfodau and tour around the country and abroad.

We are having a New Members’ Evening on the 15th January, 7:30pm. Whitchurch Sports and Social Club

Velindre Road, Whitchurch, Cardiff, CF14 2TG.

We are always on the lookout for new members – so come and join us, and you’ll be assured of a warm welcome! The rehearsal will be a workshop, based on a new item for the choir – and is a perfect opportunity for you to come and sing a new arrangement.

“I’d like to sing – but I can’t read music.”

Join the club! The choir is given full training to learn new music, and there are rehearsal CDs so you can practise at home (or in the car!). And if you wish, there are also extra early rehearsals run fortnightly so that you can have some extra time to learn some of the choir’s repertoire.

For more information, please email us – or ring the Musical Director, Emma Laidlaw on 07985754889


Nothing Like A Good Christmas Knees Up!

To end 2013, Cardiff Male Choir sang at Tesco Extra, Culverhouse Cross – fundraising for the choir, and for Diabetes UK.


We also had great fun at our Christmas Party! A quiz, food, raffle, terrible cracker jokes and a ‘Best Christmas Jumper’ competition.

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A Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from Cardiff Male Choir.


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