We are delighted to have received this encouraging letter from the Prime Minister, Theresa May, in support of our concert.
25 Nov 2017 | 7.30pm
About our performance for the night:
The London Welsh Male Voice Choir
This tour de force of Welsh exiles was first formed in 1902 and has gone from strength to strength. The Choir has performed in 14 countries and sung at many of Britain’s most prestigious concert halls and cathedrals. They have appeared (twice) at the Royal Command Performance and been the backing group for “Take That” at Earl’s Court. They have thrilled crowds at Stade de France, Twickenham, Wembley, Lords Cricket Ground and of course the Millennium Stadium in Wales, not to forget receiving wide acclaim singing the Olympic hymn at the closing ceremony of the 2012 Olympic Games.
The hugely talented thirteen year old violinist Hannah Brooks-Hughes is the leader of the National Children’s Orchestra and already the winner of many awards and accolades. In 2014, Hannah became the youngest ever winner of the Two Moors International Festival ‘Young Musician Competition’. She is Gloucestershire’s Young Musician for 2017 and shortly after winning that prize, she became Wales’s Gregynog Young Musician competing alongside winners and finalists of the BBC Young Musician competition.