Performers

Brythoniaid Male Voice Choir

Biography: In June 1964 with fifteen members Meirion Jones formed the male voice choir, and due to the encouragement received  commenced to attract new members. From the outset, competing was an integral part of the Choirs activities. Their first competition was at the Llanffestiniog jubilee Eisteddfod in 1965. Following success at this Eisteddfod it was… Read more »

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Moravian Children Choir

Biography: Moravian Children Choir is a children´s Choir from the Czech Republic and was founded at the local art school, in 1974. Their repertoire is very varied and includes sacred and secular songs, classical music, songs by current composers and folk music. They develop their singing abilities, social skills and have an opportunity to visit… Read more »

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KorRey

Biography: Kór Reyðarfjarðarkirkju (the choir of Reyðarfjörður church) is a fully functioning church choir based in a village in the east of Iceland. The choir has expanded somewhat into concert territory and when performing outside of a religious context they  has begun to use the name KorRey. The choir sing folk music, african music, pop… Read more »

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Girls Choir of Musamari Choral School

 Biography: The Girls Choir of Musamari Choral School was founded in 1995 by their current conductor Tiina Mee. She works as director of Musamari Choral School and Musamari Music School for Children and conducts girl´s, children´s and young children´s choirs. The choir has taken part in several music projects, Song Celebrations, festivals and competitions in… Read more »

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The Rhythm Performing Arts

Biography: The Rhythm Performing Arts is a Foundation of Indian Folk Dance and Music from Ahmadabad, India. Since 2009 they are Members of CIOFF, the International Council of Organisations of Folklore Festivals and Folk Arts, in India and IOV, an International Organisation of Folk Art. Rhythm Performing Arts performs folk and tribal dances and music… Read more »

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Macclesfield Male Voice Choir

Biography: The Macclesfield Male Voice Choir was established in 1955. The atmosphere, camaraderie and fellowship within the choir are unparalleled and there is a very warm welcome for any male wishing to join the choir, provided they have a love and enthusiasm for singing. They are a non-profit making organisation and provide support to local… Read more »

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Afterglow

  Biography: Initially formed as part of a school-outreach program with the Quintessential Vocal Ensemble Choir in Newfoundland in 2009, Afterglow developed a love of 6 part acappella music and began searching for new and challenging musical experiences. They are great friends and love to sing diverse kinds of music, including pop, spiritual, renaissance and… Read more »

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Lleisiau Clywedog

Biography: Lleisiau Clywedog Ladies Choir was formed in 1996 and most of the founding members still sing with the choir today.  They enjoy learning a wide repertoire of songs and hope that this enjoyment is passed on during their concerts. The choir takes part in a number of concerts each year supporting local and national… Read more »

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John’s Boy’s

Biography: Johns’ Boys Male Chorus was formed in early 2016 to sing in a ‘Noson Lawen’ to celebrate the lives of two local choral conductors, the late John Glyn Williams and the late John Tudor Davies, both of whom were from the village of Rhosllannerchrugog. Both men were heavily involved with the male voice scene… Read more »

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Ysgol Ynyswen

Biography: The Ysgol Ynyswen are a group of enthusiastic singers who love performing. The choir is full of talented children who have achieved success individually and as part of the choir. The children are committed to being the best they can and they love performing through the Welsh language. They won the Valleys Eisteddfod choir… Read more »

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