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2023- RED.png     And the concerts keep coming

2022-RED.png      A slow return to normality

2021-RED.png    . . . and you thought last year was weird!

2020-RED.png     LOCKDOWN - including the release of a new album!!

2019-RED.png    The recording of a new album and a second tour of Scotland

2018-RED.png    The choir's fourth Male Voice competition win at the Llangollen International Eisteddfod and a tour of Austria

2017-RED.png    The choir's 70th Anniversary and 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    A tour of Scotland, three concerts with the incomparable Wynne Evans and the De Montford Hall with the Military Wives' choir

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

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

2012-RED.png    Ulverston, Liverpool Anglican Cathedral and an important role in the Olympic Torch Ceremony plus a tour of Ireland

2011-RED.png    The Millennium Stadium, Chichester, The Royal Philharmonic Hall and NEW YORK! 

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

2009-RED.png    Memory Lane launch, singing with Vera Lynn, Alan Titchmarsh TV show, Poland tour, Remembrance & The Tower!

2008-RED.png    Another recording (Home), another tour (Encore), another Brit Awards, St Jude’s on the Hill, Prince Charles'60th . . . 

2007-RED.png    A momentous year - Album launch, new recording, tours, TV appearances, The Classical Brits and the Millenium Stadium, and some of us even went to Australia

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