The Fron Choir were in Poland between the 18th and 26th of August and this album chronicles the visit.

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EZY 7253 Liverpool to Krakow

Bryan and Vicky Evans with Fraser Henbury


Bryan, Dave, Jon and Barry ready for the day

Auschwitz Concentration Camp

Choir group with guide at Auschwitz

A solemn performance in memory of those who perished

Lunch on the way back to Krakow

Early morning practice at the Hotel in Krakow.

In Kazimierz on a guided tour of Krakow. This was the old Jewish
quarter of Krakow until it was cleared by the Nazis during WW2.

In the Mariacki Church on the guided tour of Krakow.

Ann with a poster advertising our Krakow Concert

The Mariacki Church in the main square in Krakow and the venue
for our Krakow Concert.

Outside the rehearsal rooms prior to the Krakow Concert.

The Choir perform to a packed church.

Malcolm, Berwyn, Dave, Cyril, Tudor and Rob at the
Wieliczka salt mine near Krakow.

Underground guided tour of the Wieliczka salt mine.

The Choir give a performance in the "Cathedral" in the salt mine.

Tour groups gather to listen to the performance.

Group photograph in the underground "Cathedral".

Impromptu performance in a roadside church on the way to
Zakopane, a mountain resort in the south of Poland.

The Fron Choir "Yodelling Section" on the streets of Zakopane.

Lunch en-route to Warsaw.

Warsaw to the west from the choir's hotel.

Warsaw to the east from the choir's hotel.

The choir "WAGS".

Alex with a poster advertising the Warsaw Concert.

The Choir perform during the Mass in the
Matki Boskiej Zwycieskiej church in Warsaw.

Concert in the Matki Boskiej Zwycieskiej church.

The "Lads" on a stroll in Warsaw.

A "last supper" social evening in the Karezma restaurant
in a suburb of Warsaw.

An "afterglow" sing-song following the dinner.

Steve Cox presenting Michal, one ot our tour guides with a
Choir Tie and CD in appreciation of his help during the week.

Steve Cox presenting Maciej, our second tour guide, with a
Choir Tie and CD in appreciation of his help during the week.

Jon Haddy and Paul Hopton - "Paparazzki"

Birmingham after the flight home from Rzeszow in southern Poland