Welcome! to Pendyrus
WELCOME to the re-designed bi-lingual website of PENDYRUS MALE CHOIR.
Here you will find information about the origins of the choir, in either Welsh or English (just select option at top left of screen), and how we chose our name, the musical highlights of the last forty years, the critiques of the international press and our current concert-diary. There are details of our Musical Directors (only four in 85 years), Accompanists, choristers and Vice-Presidents, with contact details should you wish to know more about us, engage us for a performance, or join our ranks. We are available for commercial and charity concerts, corporate entertainment and weddings on reasonable terms, and will consider any approach. You can listen to our recordings, and order CDs or a copy of History in the Making on line.
We hope you find our website interesting and informative, and look forward to hearing from you.
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Special Events and Promotions
|Pendyrus Take Treorchy By Storm 22 July, 2014|
|The audience at the Parc and Dare Theatre in Treorchy witnessed one of the finest concerts to be staged there in recent years on Saturday night. It was a real feast of musical entertainment given by the 90 members of the Pendyrus Male Choir, The Regimental Band Of Wales, The Parc & Dare Band, tenor ...|
|Pendyrus Male Choir all set for their return to Ireland to celebrate their 90th Anniversary. 05 July, 2014|
|Pendyrus Male Choir all set for their return to Ireland in celebration of their 90th Anniversary.|
Following a successful tour of South Eastern Ireland last summer, around 70 members of Pendyrus will return to perform at the magnificent Opera House at Wexford and also Waterford Cathedral. The f...
To hear Pendyrus singing Mansel Thomas's beautiful "Cennin Aur" and many other songs, book your tickets to hear them at the Parc &...
The Band played a wide selection of music from over their 40 years and included some items with the 'Junior Band' which bodes well for their future.
The choir performed...