We start our 36th season on Friday October 2nd singing a joint benefit concert with the touring New Zealand National Male Choir. The venue is St. Andrews Wesley Church, at the corner of Burrard and Nelson, Vancouver. Net proceeds from this concert will be donated to First United Church to further their support of Vancouver's homeless. Tickets are available at the Concerts & Tickets pageby clicking onhere.
In November we join with the band of the 15th Field Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery, for two Remembrance concerts. Both are afternoon performances with a 2.30pm start time, with the first concert on Nov 8th at the Michael J Fox Theatre in Burnaby, and the second at the Baptist Church in South Delta on Remembrance Day, Nov 11th. Tickets will be available in the Fall.
Our seven Christmas concerts between November 28th and December 13th will be at venues around the Lower Mainland and will feature various guest youth choirs. Please check the Concerts & Tickets page for dates and times. Tickets will be available later in the Fall.
You can purchase tickets to our concerts by clicking on the 'CONCERTS & TICKETS' link at the top of this page then click on the concert link that you would like to see. This will bring you to the page where you can then purchase your tickets for the concert. The links to purchase tickets are available a few weeks prior to the concert.
We look forward to seeing you very soon!
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We are an amateur male choir in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. We have approximately 100 auditioned choir members who sing in the Welsh Male Voice TTBB tradition.
We perform for general audiences locally and abroad with an eclectic mix of traditional Welsh and world music, support charitable causes with benefit performances, and engage with youth choirs to encourage choral performance.
We record our work and offer our best performances to you on CDs and other means. Our music can be purchased through this website and at our live performances.
To share the joy of singing with each other and our audiences in a spirit of fellowship, charity and artistic growth.