The London Welsh Chorale has rehearsed and performed in central London and around the globe since 1983. Members hail from a range of professions and backgrounds, and the repertoire spans from the Renaissance to the modern. The Chorale is committed to keeping Welsh music alive in London, and has supported many young professional singers and orchestral players in our professional concerts. New members are always welcome! Musical Director: Dr Edward-Rhys Harry, Accompanist: Jenny Trew Have a look around, see and hear what we do, and get in touch if you would like to join us!
St Michael's, Camden - Apr 4th, 7 pm
Requiem & Te Deum Brahms - German Requiem Dvorak - Te Deum
Conductor: Edward Rhys Harry Soprano: Claire Seaton
Following our very successful Christmas concert we are now in full preparation for 2020. The first concert of the new year takes us to a new venue for the Chorale - St Michael's Camden. Where will perform two stunning coral works of the 19th century. Brahms's monumental German Requiem and the exuberant Te Deum of Dvorak. We are delighted to be joined for this concert by the sublime soprano, and long-time friend of the Chorale, Claire Seaton.
Kenneth Bowen 1932-2018
Kenneth was our Musical Director for 25 years from 1983 to 2008. It's impossible to put into words how much the Chorale owes to Kenneth, so we won't try to do so here. The best we can do is to say that Ken loved the Chorale and that the Chorale loved Ken.