Vale of Clwyd Singers

The Vale of Clwyd Singers was formed in 2012 by a group of experienced and professional performers in the Vale of Clwyd and the North West. We started as a quintet singing carols and collecting money for local charities. Knowing that the competition with the immensely popular Male voice Choir tradition in North Wales was a battle not worth fighting, we decided to expand into an a capella (unaccompanied voices) group specialising in Italian and English madrigals, folk songs, rounds and cannons, and more recently, scat, swing and jazz. Recent concerts included a celebration of the Centenary of Liverpool’s Alder Hey Childrens’ Hospital held in Liverpool’s famous Anglican Cathedral. Following recent critical acclaim, invitations to appear at Music Festivals have come from Conwy, and Malpas, and we feel privileged to appear again as performers in the North Wales International Music Festival at St Asaph Cathedral.