Côr y Brythoniaid © 2021 Website designed and maintained by H G Web Designs

Welcome to our website

The Brythoniaid Male Voice Choir

is the largest of two Male Voice

Choirs in Blaenau Ffestiniog and

rehearse weekly on Thursdays in

the main Hall of Ysgol y Moelwyn,

Blaenau Ffestiniog.

The Rehearsals begin at 7.30p.m. and all are welcome. Why not go one step further and join the Choir as a member and become part of one of the most successful and travelled Male Voice Choirs in Wales. A warm welcome awaits you all. In view of the current situation the Choir have sadly suspended all activities for the foreseeable future. These are unprecedented and uncertain times but we wish all our Family, Friends and supporters all the best and to keep safe and look after yourselves and those about you. We shall update you should the situation change. Remember, keep on singing!
Elfyn Pugh (1934 – 2021) The Brythoniaid are very sad to report the death on the 11th January of our President Elfyn Pugh. Elfyn's connection to the Choir spans over 50yrs since 1968 when the Choir were taking part in the 100 voices concert at the Albert hall in London. Elfyn was there to meet his brother in law , Lewis Jones , who was a member of the Choir at the time, and the rest is history. After that , wherever the Choir were holding a concert Elfyn was sure to be there with his friend, the late Ellis Lloyd. Over the years Elfyn's friendship with Meirion Jones, the Conductor, and the rest of the Choir grew and from his home in Willenhall Elfyn went on to arrange many superb concerts in some of the most prestigious Halls in the country. Before long Elfyn accepted the invitation to become a Vice President of the Choir and shortly after, the President. Elfyn's commitment and passion for the Choir resulted in many successful tours to many parts of the World. His loss to the Choir will be immeasurable . The Choir recognise the unfailing support his wife Kath gave to both Elfyn and the Choir and we extend our deepest sympathy to Kath and the whole family at this sad time.
The Choir greatly appreciate the support received from:
Côr y Brythoniaid © 2021 Website designed and maintained by H G Web Designs

Welcome to our

website

The Brythoniaid Male Voice

Choir is the largest of two

Male Voice Choirs in Blaenau

Ffestiniog and rehearse

weekly on Thursdays in the

main Hall of Ysgol y Moelwyn,

Blaenau Ffestiniog.

The Rehearsals begin at 7.30p.m. and all are welcome. Why not go one step further and join the Choir as a member and become part of one of the most successful and travelled Male Voice Choirs in Wales. A warm welcome awaits you all. In view of the current situation the Choir have sadly suspended all activities for the foreseeable future. These are unprecedented and uncertain times but we wish all our Family, Friends and supporters all the best and to keep safe and look after yourselves and those about you. We shall update you should the situation change. Remember, keep on singing!
Elfyn Pugh (1934 – 2021) The Brythoniaid are very sad to report the death on the 11th January of our President Elfyn Pugh. Elfyn's connection to the Choir spans over 50yrs since 1968 when the Choir were taking part in the 100 voices concert at the Albert hall in London. Elfyn was there to meet his brother in law , Lewis Jones , who was a member of the Choir at the time, and the rest is history. After that , wherever the Choir were holding a concert Elfyn was sure to be there with his friend, the late Ellis Lloyd. Over the years Elfyn's friendship with Meirion Jones, the Conductor, and the rest of the Choir grew and from his home in Willenhall Elfyn went on to arrange many superb concerts in some of the most prestigious Halls in the country. Before long Elfyn accepted the invitation to become a Vice President of the Choir and shortly after, the President. Elfyn's commitment and passion for the Choir resulted in many successful tours to many parts of the World. His loss to the Choir will be immeasurable . The Choir recognise the unfailing support his wife Kath gave to both Elfyn and the Choir and we extend our deepest sympathy to Kath and the whole family at this sad time.
The Choir greatly appreciate the support received from: