Please be aware, and amend your records (if appropriate),
that from Mon 4th January 2016, the choir will rehearse on a
Monday and a Wednesday 7 pm - 9 pm at
Olchfa School, Gower Road, Sketty SA2 7AB.
This is just a change of night from a Thursday to a Wednesday,
all other details, as indicated above, remain the same.
If you have any queries please contact either:-
Chairman - Dewi Morgan...Read more
Christmas does not start until you've attended this popular seasonal concert.
This year our Guests are Past & Present Students of Gower College, Swansea
with David Vaughan being the consistant coordinating compere.
Unreserved tickets @ £10 available from Swansea TIC, 468321,
The choir was delighted to perform at the wedding of Ben Davies and Emily Coleman at All Saint' Church, Oystermouth today.
The guests were entertained by the choir, conducted by Jonathan Rogers accompanied by Hywel Evans performing a selection of Welsh items before the arrival of the bride.
The stunning bride, Emily was escorted down the aisle by proud dad, (and chorister) Chris, to the choirs rendition of Bette Midler's "The Rose".
During the signing of the register, witnessed by the family, the choir sang "Rachie", "Climb every Mountain" and "You raise me up", followed by "All you need is love" as the recessional.
Both Bride and Groom were radiant throughout, probably aided by the...Read more
Menin Gate revisited
Dunvant Male Choir from Swansea, South Wales will sing “Abide with me” at the Menin Gate, 49 years since the choir sang it there first on 8th August 1966.
The Welsh choir will be returning from celebrating 50 years of choral harmony with the German Male Choir “Sängervereinigung 1866 – Essen Burgaltendorf” who first came to Dunvant in 1965, and will celebrate their 150th anniversary of their formation next year.
At least two generations have passed since Dunvant’s first visit to the village of Altendorf in 1966, where again on the return trip Great-Grandfathers, Grandfathers, Fathers and Uncles of the present choir sang their repertoire proudly under the baton of the then conductor,...Read more