Posted by: cardiffmalechoir | March 19, 2017

Concert in Penllyn and Rugby Hospitality

Concert in Penllyn and Rugby Hospitality

This March, Cardiff Male Choir entertained at Penllyn Village hall for a third year, helping to fundraise for village playground equipment. Please see the write up below for the village newsletter.

We celebrated St David’s Day with the Cardiff Male choir on Saturday 4th March in Penllyn Village Hall with an arrangement of many different types of songs and what a thoroughly enjoyable evening it was.  We would like to thank all who attended including Emma and the Cardiff Male Choir and once  again the choir were in very fine voice and helped us to raise an amazing £679.62 this was definitely an evening not to be missed

Many thanks to all the helpers who helped set up and clear up the hall & the ladies who helped with the buffet & who helped on the night. We still have £1,000’s to raise so PLEASE help us by attending village events. Thanks once again to everyone for your overwhelming generosity

Barbara Smith
Penllyn & Craig Penllyn Joint Residents Association & Village Hall Committees


Rugby Hospitality

Cardiff Male Choir helped add some Welsh flavour to another rugby fixture during the Six Nations Championship. The choir entertained at the Radisson Blu hotel on Friday the 10th of March to Welsh and Irish fans. One of our long serving members, David Davies, conducted the choir as the musical director was unable to attend the event. Many have reported that he not only conducted the choir with passion and enthusiasm, but conducted the guests too – getting them singing along with Welsh and Irish favourites. Big thanks to David and all the choir!

Six Nations pre match rugby hospitality from Legends Hsopitality with Matthew Rees at Radisson Blu in Cardiff




  1. Sorry I am late in posting this but the Cardiff Male Voice Choir came up trumps at such short notice for the rugby event on 10th March. Quickly put together with a different choir master they again gave a wonderful rendition of Welsh and Irish songs which touched the hearts of all there. They are a joy to behold and all agreed .

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