Cardiff Male Choir and the Leamington Royal Naval Association Male Voice Choir
Stephen Height and Emma Laidlaw-Height have been conducting Male Voice Choirs for over 5 years, and this summer their two choirs will be performing in Cardiff.
To have both a brother and sister conducting male voice choirs is unusual, and the choirs have joined together in the past. In March 2012, Cardiff Male Choir travelled to Leamington to help fundraise for the Radford Road Methodist Church organ fund. Not only did the sell out event help to secure the recovery of the organ, the Welsh team were thrilled as Wales secured the Six Nations Grand Slam earlier in the day!
Now RNA MVC are joining CMC in Wales to perform at St Teilo’s Church, Whitchurch, Cardiff. Join us for an evening of Welsh hymns, popular classics and spirituals.
Tickets are available on the door, but it is highly recommended that you book your tickets in advance (due to our sell out Christmas concert).
You can ring Emma on 07985754889 or email her here to reserve tickets.
Saturday 18th June, 7:00pm Tickets £5
Doors open 6:30pm for a 7:00pm start.
St Teilo’s Church, Old Church Road, Whitchurch, CF14 1AD
Celebrate the Queen’s Birthday with Afternoon Tea
St Faith’s Church are hosting an afternoon extravaganza to celebrate Her Majesty’s 90th birthday! Come along and join us for tea, cake and a sing song! Tickets are £10, available from 02920 620838.
Sunday 12th June, 3:00pm
St Faith’s Church, Morris Avenue, Cardiff. CF14 5JW
Cardiff Male Choir Entertain at Judgement Day
Judgement Day is an annual Welsh Rugby Union event that takes place at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff and is part of the Pro12 competition. The four regions – Cardiff Blues, Newport Gwent Dragons, Ospreys and Scarlets – join with the Welsh Rugby Union in organising a double-header fixture at the Millennium Stadium.
Cardiff Male Choir were invited to sing as part of the ‘Guinness Fan Zone’, both at the warm up event at Whitchurch Rugby Club on Tuesday the 26th of April, and at the Stadium itself on the day – Saturday 30th of March. The choir enjoyed a photo with Tom Shanklin, as well as singing whilst Wales’s Captain Sam Warbuton waited in the wings at the warm up event.
Crowds of fans joined the choir in choruses of ‘Delilah’, ‘Hymns and Arias’ and ‘Sospan Fach’. Although it was a little cold, the choir had great fun, singing and supporting the rugby.
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