Rhai Sylwadau Gan y Wasg Ryngwladol

Sunday Times, Perth

“An ensemble of male voices it would be difficult to match anywhere in the world”

Sunday Times, PerthTheir Website
Calgary Herald

“An outstanding exponent of the choral tradition of Wales”

Calgary HeraldTheir Website
Courier-Mail, Brisbane

“The virility and splendid blend and balance of Pendyrus came as a revelation”

Courier-Mail, BrisbaneTheir Website
San Francisco Chronicle

“A technical wonder in such matters as producing fullness of sound and absolutely dazzling diction”

San Francisco ChronicleTheir Website
Canberra Times

“A well-disciplined and responsive ensemble. For a choir that is essentially an amateur body its singing was always of high standard”

Canberra TimesTheir Website
Western Mail, Cardiff

“Choirs like Pendyrus are adventurous, forward-looking and wholly professional in their standards”

Western Mail, CardiffTheir Website
Sydney Morning Herald

“A superbly drilled, precise, yet warm-voiced instrument, this choir has the knack of breathing meaning and vitality into everything they sing”

Sydney Morning HeraldTheir Website
New York Times

“A body of unusually fine voices; it is clear that it is guided with finesse and flair”

New York TimesTheir Website
Daily Telegraph, London

“One of the most widely-acclaimed of Welsh choruses, who demonstrate at once their versatility and care for cleanly balanced ensemble”

Daily Telegraph, LondonTheir Website
Music Maker, Perth

“Entertainment in the best meaning of the word”

Music Maker, Perth
The Australian, Brisbane

“Pendyrus exemplifies all that is thrilling in choral singing. Its spontaneous vigour, exquisite control, ability to rise and fall through dynamic colouring, and its skill in soul-stirring interpretation leaves little to be desired in aural delight”

The Australian, BrisbaneTheir Website