After a hotly contested preliminary round of twenty talented competitors, the adjudicaators announced that the following four would go through to the final (also with a reserve in fifth place).
They are (In order of the performance):-
Ben Morgan Thomas, from Treboeth, studying at Gower College.
Kate McKeown, from Dublin, studying at RWCMD.
Lynwen Haf Roberts, from Cardiff, graduated from Trinity St. Davids University.
We're saddened to report the death of 50+ year chorister, Harry Milton.
Harry was 74 and joined the choir when he was 22. Harry's record of contribution to the choir was immaculate and it would have to be something very serious to take him away from the two evening a week rehearsal or any choir engagement.
Harry accompnied by his wife Maureen, was presented with his 50+ Year honour at a presentation function at the King Arthur Hotel in 2015.
Harry, who worked in Tinplate Sales, has two daughters and three grandchildren.
We need your applicationsfor this unique Musical Theatre Competition in Wales as soon as possible (See details on weebpage).
A first prize of £1000, to be spent in Musical Theatre training, is awaiting you when you win this prestigious competition.
A panel of eminent Musical Theatre judges will adjudicate at thepreliminaries (11th March at Gowerton School) and again at the final (22nd April at the Taliesin Theatre, Singleton) for the 14th Annual sucessful Competition. The list of competitors have...Read more
There's no better place to celebrate your Patron Saints' Day than in All Saints' Church, Oystermouth on this unique occassion.
This Charity Concert benifitting local youth music features the choir with guests artistes Parti Llwchwr and local harpist Nia Jenkins. Such a wealth of talent you couldn't find performing within 50 miles of Swansea on this day.
£10 unreserved tickets (for this 7 pm starting concert) are available from Choir - Alan Walters 401005, Church - Anne Neumann 466885/361684 or Ciommunity - Mumbles Information Centre @ Dragon Crafts 360640.