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Our Autumn Concert: Saturday 8 November 2014 at 7.30pm in St Mary's Priory Church, Abergavenny for a performance of The Armed Man by Karl Jenkins.
Come & Sing!  The choir is holding a workshop on 6 September on The Armed Man.  Come and join us.  You will be made to feel very welcomed.

 

Who are we?
We are a friendly, sociable, mixed voice choir, about 60 strong, led by our conductor, Roger Langford, and we are one of the major choirs of Gwent with an interesting history Part 1 and Part 2.

Members
While based in Abergavenny, both singers and non singing members and friends come from the broad region of Gwent and neighbouring counties.

Repertoire
Wide ranging, classical through to contemporary.

Rehearsals
At Trinity Church, Abergavenny on Thursdays 7.30 to 9.45 pm with a refreshment break.

The choir of the Gwent Bach Society performing with the orchestra of the Musical & Amicable Society and soloists under the conductor, Roger Langford:
Bach's St John Passion.

Photo by Ken Lloyd

 More photographs of the choir performing and also some in relaxed mode.

Affiliation.  While not formally affiliated, we normally sing in St Mary's Priory Church, Abergavenny
http://www.stmarys-priory.org/

 

 

A table showing some Other music in the Abergavenny region  2014 - 2015 

 

A recording of the Choir was taken at a recent concert.  Mendelssohn's Verleih uns Frieden

 

The Choir's Charitable Object: The objects of the Society shall be to educate the public in the arts and sciences, and in particular the art and science of music, by the presentation of concerts and other activities

Registered Charity Number: 511903

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