Just come back from seeing u all in the Coliseum for St Davids Day concert. Wow what can say what a wonderful show recommend them to everyone. Thank u all so much
One of the finest evenings I have enjoyed in Kidwelly. You set a new record and raised the roof. You are welcome anytime and a must see for all people. A great launch to the town's 900th birthday celebrations.
An excellent performance from Cwmbach and Cenestra Choirs at St Andrews church in Penylan, Cardiff last night. We hope they will come and perform for us again next year! Thank all the singers, and extremely funny Compere! Diolch! judith, Sue and Lesley from Cardiff canton Choir
What a night it was - a remarkable and unique evening of choral excellence. It really was such a night when the Cenestra Male Choir of Johannesburg shared the stage with our own Cwmbach Male Choir and provided a concert that will live long in the memory of those fortunate enough to have witnessed renditions of such high quality in choral entertainment. We in south Wales and audiences around Britain and the world, where the choir has toured,, know how good Cwmbach Male Choir is, but I'm confident that I will not insult Conductor Andrew Quick or any of the Cwmbach chorister or the hundreds of people who gave standing ovations, when I say Conductor Themba Madlopha and the Cenestra Male Choir are something else. Please come back and do it again.
I was lucky enough to attend both the concerts in the Colisseum and St Andrew's Church this week and each time I was simply enchanted by the wonderful performances. As hosts, Cwmbach lived up to the excellent standard that we are all used to, but the visitors blew me away completely. It was evident why they are ranked as one of the top choirs in the world. Their performance was soul stirring and incredibly uplifting. Many performers receive a standing ovation at the end of their concerts but until this week I had never seen a standing ovation part way through a set. The choir overwhelmed the audience on both occasions, reducing some people to tears.
The choristers were wonderful ambassadors for the world of music but also their courtesy and goodwill toward their hosts and the people that they met before and after the concerts made them wonderful ambassadors for their country.
Many people are looking forward to the time when we can welcome them back to Wales and I count myself as one of them.