Dunvant Male Choir enjoys the distinction of being the oldest continuous serving choir in Wales. It was formed in 1895 by a group of miners, steelworkers and quarrymen from the membership of the local Ebenezer Congregational Chapel. It was initially called the Ebenezer Excelsior Male Voice Choir, but as its membership grew, its name was shortened to the current Dunvant Male Choir (Côr Meibion Dyfnant in Welsh). It is the archetypal Welsh Choir that sprung naturally out of the community and the mould of the time.
Since 2007 Jonathan Rogers has been Musical Director of the Dunvant Male Choir and has worked in some prestigious venues including the Brangwyn Hall, St David’s Hall, York Minster, Lichfield Cathedral, Royal Albert Hall and the Philharmonie Essen. He has also had the opportunity to work with prominent soloists including Alfie Boe, Rebecca Evans, Wynne Evans, Ha Young Lee and Sir Willard White.