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0 Choir at the Royal Albert Hall

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  • by Administrator
  • 03-03-2021
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This year 27 members of Cor Meibion Aberhonddu, together with their wives, partners and supporters attended The 26th London Welsh Festival of Male Choirs. Held in The Royal Albert Hall, London under the baton of Dr. Edward-Rhys Harry. This was a special event as we were privileged to be joined by The Band of the Welsh Guards and Aled Jones M.B.E (compare), in recognition of the approaching centenary of the end of WW1. This was reflected by the massed 15 choirs of 800 voices, singing a medley of song from the First World War, along with a full and varied programme of songs in Welsh and English.

Everyone had a fantastic evening and a special thank you must go to Lyn Thomas B.E.M our musical director, for all her assistance in preparing the choir so well for the occasion. And to Eileen Jones, Ann Bevan and Mary Robinson from The Choir Friends, for making all the excellent travel arrangements.

Needless to say the post concert party at our hotel went on well into the small hours. With musical accompaniment from Lyn, Becky and Colin on the key board with plenty of singing from all present in the packed bar. We even sang two especially composed humorous pieces by Richard Hale from our choir.

To finish off the weekend the choir visited Windsor before returning home.