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The LWMVC are organising the 26th London Welsh Festival of Male Choirs on 13 October, having started the massed choir concept at the Royal Albert Hall in 1969.

The London Welsh Male Voice Choir presents the 26th biennial festival of male choirs, with Edward-Rhys Harry as Musical Director, and Llio Evans (soprano), John Ieuan Jones (baritone), and Steffan Morris (cello) as guest soloists.  This year’s participating guest choirs are:

Alcester Male Voice Choir                                 Audley Male Voice Choir

Australian Welsh Male Choir                            Côr Meibion Aberhonddu a'r Cylch

Côr Meibion Machynlleth                                  Dunvant Male Voice Choir

Hereford Police Male Voice Choir                    K Shoes Male Voice Choir

Karl Johan Koret                                              Monmouth Male Voice Choir

Mynyddislwyn Male Voice Choir                      Perth Male Voice Choir

Sandgrenska Manskören                                 We are the Men

Wycombe Orpheus Male Voice Choir

To buy tickets please download the application form here.

Tickets for the Rear Circle, Restricted View Circle, and returns in other areas are available directly from the Royal Albert Hall.

For queries or further information, please contact: festival.tickets@londonwelshmvc.org

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Since 1963 the Choir has been instantly recognisable in its trademark Red Jackets graced with the Prince of Wales gold feathers above the breast pocket.

As you will see from images of Past Events, Overseas Tours and Forthcoming Events these Red Jackets and their melodious wearers have graced numerous prestigious venues within U.K. and Overseas.

Please browse the images and explore the wonderful locations that the Choir has been privileged to perform in.

View the Forthcoming Events section to see where next the Choir is performing and maybe an opportunity for you to witness the Red Jackets in action.

We look forward to welcoming you.

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The Choir Singing at Canterbury Cathedral 2015