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When Three Become One!

This year for the first time ever at The North Wales Choral Festival, The Concert will bring to you a mass male voice choir! Made up from three of the finest choirs from North Wales they will support Rhys Meirion in The Concert on Friday 7th November at Venue Cymru. We can reveal that Côr Meibion Colwyn, Côr Meibion Maelgwn and Côr Meibion Trelawnyd have come together with the intention of blowing the roof off Venue Cymru; that shouldn’t be a problem as it is expected that there will be 150 - 200 male voices on stage! This is the first time ever that these three choirs have come together so it will be an exciting first for them as well as us that get to enjoy what will be a truly breath taking performance.

All three choirs have had some well-deserved success throughout their history and Côr Meibion Colwyn have a very long history; formed in 1899! With their Musical Director Tudur Eames, they have had the pleasure of performing in some major concert halls including The Royal Albert Hall, St David’s Hall Cardiff and even at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff. Côr Meibion Maelgwn which were formed in 1970 have performed in approximately 1500 concerts both in the UK and abroad! With the help of their Musical Director Trsytan Lewis BA,M.Mus the choir has won twice at the National Eisteddfod and are also previous winners of The North Wales Choral Festival Male Voice category. Côr Meibion Trelawnyd were formed in 1933 and have been lucky enough to work with some impressive soloists such as Bryn Terfel and Rhys Meirion and appear frequently on BBC and ITV television with their musical director Geraint Roberts.

Don’t forget that it’s not only our mass Male Voice Choir we have at The Concert, we also have Erin Gwyn Rossington, Trio, Annette Bryn Parri and of course our headliner Rhys Meirion.

If you wish to witness what will be truly an amazing performance promised to give you goose bumps then make sure you get tickets! Tickets for The Concert are £15 for adults and £10 for children and can be purchased from Venue Cymru on (01492) 872000 or venuecymru.co.uk

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