I'm sure we're one of many organisations to sincerely congratulate

David on being recognised for his charitable sponsorship's including the arts.

Dunvant Male Choir is proud to have him as a Vice-President and a friend.

Llongyfarchiadau mawr.

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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 accompanied by D. Huw Rees and Tony Phipps, took the choir through a varied program selected to suit all tastes which was much appreciated by the warm audience.

The two Guest Artistes this year naturally gave a delightful, varied programme.

The much acclaimed international soprano, Swansea girl, Elin Mannahan Thomas charmed and delighted the audience with her renditions in the lovely St. Mary's acoustic. 

The up and coming...

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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 just co-incidence that the ship is touring the British Coast with mainly German passengers based at Bremen, Germany and the choir have had close cultural links with a German Choir (Essen-Burgaltendorf ) since 1965 , some 53 years, that's quite a journey?




We've represented our village, city, region, principality and country worldwide...

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Breaking news ............

It has just been confirmed that the solo artists accompanying the internationally famous Dunvant Male Choir in their biennial performances at the "Christmas Festival of Voices" at St Laurence Church, Winslow, BUCKS on Saturday 8th December 2018  are ......


Elgan Llŷr Thomas and Ellen Angharad Williams.


How can you local people fail to attend this SEASONAL TRIPLE TREAT ?

Tickets out shortly from the Rotary Club of Winslow or details from this choir website - see you there!

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Mrs Elizabeth Restall


Liz.jpgWe're saddened to announce the sudden death of Elizabeth Restall last Sunday evening (17th June) at Singleton Hospital.

She accepted her short illness, as she did her life, with dignity, pride and a sense of fun.

Our thoughts and sympathy go out to her family, husband Ray (a choir Ex-Chairman and life member), children Claire and Nigel and their families and her brother Bernard.

Her many friends, particularly at St. Hilary's Church and the Swansea Samaritans, will miss her hard work, happy smile and her friendly demeanour.

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