The Welsh Men’s Choir will be in concert here tomorrow night

We are most grateful to our friends from The Morning Call for the article promoting this event. To read it, please click here.

Côr Dathlu Cwmtawe MALE CHOIR

On November 1, 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–to view their website, please click here.

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