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St David's Day Concert
TORFAEN GRASSROOTS. Monday 17th March, 2020. Photo-Box 2.
Photo and Text by Mary Barnett.
ST. DAVID'S DAY CONCERT TRIUMPH.
Photo shows two of Torfaen's much loved Choirs uniting in harmony at the finale of their recent concert on Saturday 29th February at St. David's Roman Catholic Church, Cwmbran.
The ladies of THE LINDEN SINGERS (formed in 2004) joined CROESYCEILIOG MALE CHOIR (formerly Gwent Police Choir formed 1969), in a celebratory concert to raise money for Ty Hafan the Children's Hospice of Wales.
The concert displayed the tremendous versatility and repertoire of both choirs and in the last two pieces a memorable joint performance was given of Morte Criste---Emrys Jones and appropriately our Welsh National Anthem --Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau. Congratulations to all concerned and to the musical teams.
The Conductor for these last two numbers was Alyson Jones of the Male Choir. Karen Middle was the Conductor of the Ladies Choir.
Friends of the New Breast Care UnitCroesyceiliog Male Choir
Howard Hicks and Alex Robertson of the Croesyceiliog Male Choir are pleased to present Emma Wilkins of the 'Friends of the New Breast Care Unit - Centre of Excellence', at Ysbyty Ystrad Fawr, with a cheque for £200. Many thanks to the audience who turned out in very bad weather in January to support the choirs of Aber Valley and Croesyceiliog at St Gabriels Church in Cwmbrân. A wonderful evening for a worthy cause. Well done everyone and Thank You
South Wales Argus
Croesyceiliog Male Choir represented by Howard Hicks, Alex Robertson and David Green were pleased to accept a Certificate of Appreciation for the choir's work in supporting Ukrainian refugees in the Croesyceiliog and surrounding areas. Howard presented the President of the Lions, Jim Thompson, with a cheque for £400 from the proceeds of our recent concert at St Julian's Methodist Church in July. Congratulations to Newport and Usk Lions for their International work supporting Ukrainian refugees