The Welsh Men’s Choir will be in concert on November 1 at 7:00 p.m.

Côr Dathlu Cwmtawe MALE CHOIR

On November1, Trinity Episcopal Church will present the Cor Dathlu Cwnatawe Male Choir from Wales in a “Return Journey” concert. The fifty person group represents the Welsh love of singing, which is a part of everyday life there. The men (and a woman soloist) will offer their powerful, soaring harmonies in a combination of traditional and contemporary favorites. The choir last entertained the Lehigh Valley in 2015, to a standing-room only audience.

The choir has a special feeling for the Lehigh Valley because of their historic connections here. They are from the town of Ystradgynlais in Wales, the same town where David Thomas devised a method to produce anthracite iron. He later relocated to the Lehigh Valley and helped develop its iron and steel industry. The choir have designated proceeds from this concert as a benefit for Trinity’s Soup Kitchen, which provides thousands of meals for those in need each year, five days a week.

A reception follows, with the opportunity to meet and greet members of the choir.

The Cor Dathlu Cwntawe Male Choir,

November 1, 7:00 pm, $20.
Tickets are available at the door
only on the evening of the concert.

Trinity Episcopal Church of Bethlehem,
44 East Market Street, Bethlehem, PA, (610) 867-4741.

For further information contact (The Rev.) Laura Howell at

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