Gallery-(Blue).png

 
To view the galleries please click on the link below to open the album
 
 Tours-&-Recordings-RED.png - The various tours the Choir has undertaken over the years plus pics of the recording process

2018-RED.png    The year the choir won its fourth Male Voice competition at the Llangollen International Eisteddfod and went on a tour of Austria

2017-RED.png    The choir celebrated its 70th Anniversary and won three first prizes at the Cornwall International Male Voice Choral Festival

2016-RED.png    In 2016 the Fron formed a Charity Choir for Prostate cancer, sang with Bryn Terfel and at St George’s Hall, Liverpool

2015-RED.png    The choir sang three concerts with the incomparable Wynne Evans and also at the De Montford Hall with the Military Wives' choir

2014-RED.png    Concerts in Caversham and The Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham and winners of the Male Voice section in the City of Derry Festival

2013-RED.png    A competition on the Isle of Man, a trip to sing in Yeadon and a concert in Heswall - amongst others

2012-RED.png    A concert in Ulverston, singing in the wonderful Liverpool Anglican Cathedral and an important role in the Olympic Torch Ceremony

2011-RED.png    Unforgettable singing at the Millennium Stadium, a trip to Chichester and a concert in the Royal Philharmonic Hall  

2010-RED.png    A new era and a new Musical Director – Leigh Mason joins The Fron

2009-RED.png    Voices of the Valley, Memory Lane is launched and the choir sings with Vera Lynn and appears on the Alan Titchmarsh TV show

2008-RED.png    Singing at the wonderful St Jude’s on the Hill, Hampstead Garden Suburb, attending the Brit Awards and a concert in Harlech

2007-RED.png     A concert at The Royal Albert Hall plus appearances on Songs of Praise and Friday Night is Music Night

2006-RED.png    Concerts in Swindon and Bourneville, and a part in the Comrades in Song concert - oh, and a three-album recording contract!

2005-RED.png    A visit to the Limburg Harmonie Festival in Germany and a wonderful concert at the glorious Ellesmere College

Historical-RED.png  -    From Westminster to Wisconsin and 1947 to the recent past