40 years singing with the Gwalia

Hearty congratulations to Bryan Howells (2nd tenor) who has now been singing with the Gwalia for forty years. Bryan joined the choir in the autumn of 1969 - just after the first Moon landing! Bryan is our longest serving member and we hope he remains with us for many more years to come.

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff - 17th March 2012

Singing at the Grand Slam!!

The Gwalia Male Voice Choir was seen by millions on television on 17th March when they sang on the pitch at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium ahead of the Wales v France 6 Nations rugby international. Choir chairman Steve Davies said "It was a huge honour to be invited by The Welsh Rugby Union to take part in the pre-match preparations, and we all enjoyed the day tremendously, especially as Wales won the Grand Slam. Singing in front of 75,000 fans was just out of this world." The engagement followed the Choir singing live on the St David's Day edition of the Robert Elms Show on BBC Radio London on 1st March, which marked the start of the Gwalia's 45th Anniversary year.

St Paul’s Cathedral, London - 10th May 2011

The Gwalia were honoured to appear at St Paul’s Cathedral on Tuesday 10th May 2011 for evensong and the dedication of a memorial by the British Antarctic Monument Trust. The memorial plaque in the crypt remembers those who have lost their lives in Antarctica in pursuit of science, and the Trust is chaired by Gwalia member Roderick Rhys Jones.

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