Dunvant Male Choir celebrate the unique achievement of having provided over 123 years of contiuous choral music since 1895.
(We've no remaining founder members!)
We've represented Village, City, Region and Principality at home and abroad with pride and distinction.
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Welcome to our website
Whether you've come across our website accidentally or purposly we hope you will enjoy your visit, and sense our joy of making good music through its pages. We also hope that, if you are looking for information, you find it in your browsing, if not please use our Guestbook, Contacts page or via the personnel information on our "Who is Who" page.
Where is Dunvant?
Dunvant is a small village situated some five miles west of Swansea on the South coast of Wales, at the gateway to Gower, Britains first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1956.
In spite of its small size the village of Dunvant has boasted one of the finest choirs and one of the finest rugby clubs in Wales.
Dunvant Male Choir pursues the philosophy that music, above all else, is a communicable happiness, and although local surnames dominate, local pride supports and nurtures it. The singing like all great Welsh choirs excels with adrenaline flowing free, be it in the polyphonic intricacies of Benjamin Britten or the compelling surge of the great Welsh Hymns.
Music is a language enjoyed by all people at all levels.
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Now is a great time to join the choir and join new choristers as they go through the learning process - you won't be on your own!
Recent recruits Chris Wood (T1), Chris King (T2) and Rob Griffiths (B1) have recently passed their first voice test and start on the learning ladder whilst Allan Rohan, Mario Francesco and Nigel Binding have passed their second voice test and have joined the choir on stage, welcome aboard.
Kidwelly businessman David Gravell honoured with British Empire Medal
I'm sure we're one of many organisations to sincerely congratulate David on being recognised for his charitable sponsorship's including the arts.
Great 39th Annual Patrons Concert
The choir's first Patrons Concert at St. Mary's Church was a great success. Seventy voices of the choir, led by Jonathan Rogers, ably acco
Choir holds "quay" to warm welcome
The Choir was delighted to welcome the passengers of the cruise ship MS Amadea to the Port of Swansea on Friday 20th July '18. Is it j