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 charities, particularly Clwyd Motor Neurone Association, Family Friends, and Nightingale House and Hope House Hospice.
They have competed in the National Gŵyl Gerdd Dant on a number of occasions, taking the second prize for the second time in 2014. They have also competed in local and national Eisteddfodau, taking third place in the Folk Choir competition at the Royal National Eisteddfod held in 2007 and second place in 2011 when the Eisteddfod was held in Wrexham. More recently, they have been involved in joint projects with Cantorion Rhos and the North East Wales Symphonia.
They are pleased to have been able to provide opportunities for young musicians both to accompany and perform with the choir during rehearsals and at concerts over the years, some of whom have gone on to make music their career.