Sydney Welsh Choir 
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Our narrator, Clive Woosnam OAM
Our conductor, Viv with choristers

Our conductor, Viv with choristers
Welcome to our website!
The Sydney Welsh Choir has 80 members, male and female, drawn from all parts of the greater Sydney area.  Since 1978 we have been responsible for putting the Wales into NSW. Not all choir members were born in Wales; some have Welsh family links while others simply like being part of a group which sings with such evident enjoyment and enthusiasm to very appreciative audiences. The concert schedule is busy but enjoyable with around two weekend performances a month. The choir has sung at all the main performance venues in Sydney as well as at such famous overseas venues as York Minster, Canterbury and Winchester Cathedrals in England, the American National Cathedral in the USA, The Madeleine in Paris and Assisi Basilica in Italy. Since 1990 the choir has made six trips back to Wales, with performances in many of the main castles, cathedrals and concert halls there, as well as in many countries along the way.

Practices are held most Wednesday evenings from 7pm-9pm at the church hall of Concord Baptist Church, Carrington St, Concord just off Concord Rd near the end of the M4. The Sydney Welsh Choir is always happy to welcome visitors or potential new choristers at its practice sessions.   If you would like to know more please phone 02 9868 5434 or email our webmaster, Bronwyn, at for further information.

/uploads/87757/Welsh dragon.jpgOur next concert is....                         
Sunday 8, at 2pm
Warnervale Regional Uniting Church          Concert
251 Warnervale Rd, Hamlyn Terrace, 2259
Tickets $25 Concession $20
Enquiries Carolyn 0410 651 437 Maz 0438 671 892
For a full list of our 2018 concerts, please click here.
The Sydney Welsh Choir singing the final section of 'Men of Harlech' in a concert  organised by the Hartlepool Male Choir in NE England. 
It's 2018 and we're back!
Sydney Welsh Choir rehearsals for 2018 are well underway. It's a "little bit Miserables", a little bit yearning for Swansea Town, and a lot singing hearty old favourites for our next concert  and preparing for our first tour of Victoria later in the year. The St Davids Day festivities held on March 4th were a great success this year. Some pictures of the harpist, choir and audience have been posted in the Photo Gallery.