Throwback Thursday. May 17th 2009. Stewart Roberts directs and conducts his first Pendyrus Gala Concert. The sell out concert was built around the ‘Sound of Music’ which was to star Connie Fisher. 10 days before the event she pulled out of the concert due to continuing throat problems that eventually led her to have urgent […]
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Festival Interceltique de Lorient – 2nd to 10th August 2018
Concert – Amersham – Sat 3rd October 2018
Wedding – Caerphilly Castle – Sat 22nd December 2018
Pendyrus Tour of Poland, August 21st to 28th 2017. Fond memories of a magnificent experience, superb concert venues and the truly wonderful City of Krakow.
Tuesday 7th November at the Parc and Dare Theatre, Treorchy commencing 7:15pm. Following last year’s hugely successful concert, Pendyrus and Lewis Merthyr Band will again join forces for a night of great Welsh music, opera favourites and items from Musical Theatre. Other Artists include Treorchy Comprehensive School Choir and Côr y Cwm. Soloist is the […]
Early on Monday morning, 70 Pendyrus choristers will travel from South Wales to Krakow for a concert tour of 🇵🇱 Poland. This will be a first visit to Poland for this choir who have toured USA, Australia, NZ, Canada, Scandinavia, Russia, France, Ireland, Scotland, England and many more destinations. We will be giving four concerts, one in the magnificent Basilica […]
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Pendyrus has recorded a number of live videos on normal rehearsal nights including:- ‘Bring Him Home’ from Les Mis ‘Myfanwy’ – Joseph Parry ‘What would I do without my music’ arr. Dr. Alwyn Humphreys To view, please visit Pendyrus Male Choir Facebook Page and select favourite song from the many Pendyrus recordings available.
1953, 64 years ago, Pendyrus win the Male Voice Choir competition in Rhyl. Under the direction of their charismatic and flamboyant founder conductor, Arthur Duggan. Arthur who so often got carried away in his music, took a turn for the worst when competing in a Semi National Eisteddfod at Treorchy in 1934. The test piece […]