WE HAVE NEWS!
Our new CD “Tŷ ar y Mynydd” is now available for purchase.
HOT OFF THE PRESSES, you can now purchase our new CD from Amazon.ca by Clicking Here. We ship locally and internationally within days of purchase.
Product info: The Toronto Welsh Male Voice Choir was established in 1995 when its founding member Gwyn Roberts gathered together a group of like-minded individuals of Welsh heritage who sought to rekindle the spirit of traditional Welsh male voice singing in their adopted country. The choir proudly draws on the great Welsh tradition of singing hymns and songs born of the mountains and valleys of Wales. At the same time it emphasizes a multicultural context in its broad repertoire which also includes spirituals, operatic arias, Canadian folk songs as well as Broadway show tunes and contemporary music. This CD is a compilation of songs we performed in July 2013 during our very successful performance tour of Wales singing at various venues in the ancestral home of many of our members.
Songlist: Diolch i’r lor, Calon Lan, Forgarty’s Cove, Anthem, Men of Harlech, Working Man, Finlandia, Tŷ ar a Mynydd, Away from the Roll of The Sea, Blodwen, Hallelujah, Ride the Chariot, Gwahoddiad, I’se Weary, Divine Brahma, Mae Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau
See (And Hear) Us Perform in Wales on Youtube
TWMVC General Information
The TWMVC proudly draws on the great Welsh tradition of singing hymns and songs born of the mountains and valleys of Wales. It also emphasizes in its ever increasing repertoire: spirituals; operatic arias; North American folk songs; as well as Broadway show tunes – a perfect blend of traditional and contemporary music.
Take a moment from your busy day and experience what the TWMVC world is all about by perusing the site, listening to us sing, viewing our photo gallery and meeting our choir members.
You can even support the choir by purchasing our newest CD ‘Live at the Glenn Gould Studio” for delivery in Canada or internationally by clicking this link.
If you are a male singer (and you don’t have to be Welsh) who has always wanted to sing in an all men’s choir or rekindle your singing spirit from the past, why not drop in on one of our Wednesday night rehearsals.
We hope that you will like what you see (and hear) and become one of our regular choristers.