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www.maelorschool.org.uk/community/

Typically five evening concerts, October - March, at The Maelor School, Penley.

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www.rhosorpheus-mc.co.uk

‘Formed in 1957 specifically to compete at the Llangollen International Eisteddfod. Since then we have performed throughout the UK and have travelled extensively in Europe, the USA & Canada. We have also visited China, Hong Kong & Israel. We've taken part in many competitions & won a significant number of prizes as well as making several cassettes and CD's. We are a registered Charity and have helped raise many thousands on pounds for many diverse deserving causes. One of our recordings, “Calm is the Sea”, helped to raise over £10,000 for the Royal National Lieboat Institution. It is one of the Choir's proudest boasts that a number of its members have gone on to take up singing as a career.‘

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wxmchoir.wordpress.com

'Come and learn songs from across the world including traditional Welsh melodies, African vocals, Indie, Gospel, Motown to Musical Theatre. Have fun, make friends, be energised and uplifted. Wrexham Community Choir welcomes everyone aged 16+, from terrified beginners to seasoned singers and everyone in between. There is no need to read music, no auditions, no solos – simply turn up and sing!'

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www.wrexhamorch.co.uk

'The WSO has grown to its present day membership numbering over sixty players and regularly attracts professional guest conductors and outstanding soloists. The increase in membership has allowed the orchestra to undertake increasingly ambitious programmes of music and in increasingly important venues. Since 1997, the orchestra has been resident at the prestigious William Aston Hall in Wrexham.'

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stgiles.shaun-evans.x10.mx/joomla30/index.php

'One of the finest examples of ecclesiastical architecture to be found in Wales. There is documentary evidence of a church here as early as the 11th century, though the building in its present form dates mainly from the end of the 15th and the beginning of the 16th centuries ... The present organ was built in 1894 by Foster & Andrews of Hull. It was fully restored in 1984.'

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