Bridgend Male Choir Soloists
This Bridgend - based Male Choir is lucky to have a number of very talented soloists, all living in South Wales. Each has their preferred genres or particular pieces, but all share outstanding voices and exceptional musical ability. Please find a list of the Bridgend Male Choir's soloists below.
Tenor Paul Carter has sung with the Choir since 1990. Preferred items are songs from the shows, none more so than Miss Saigon, Chess & West Side Story. Paul is married with three grown up children and lives in the Town.
Tenor Leon Evans has sung with what was initially the Bridgend Police Choir then the Bridgend Male Voice Choir, since 1968. Prior to that time he had short spells with both Llanelli and Pontardulais Choirs. A versatile singer, he is retired and lives with his wife in Bridgend.
John Morgan has sung with the Tenor Section since 1962. He has sung both solos and duets throughout this period and leads the Concert “after glow” sing along. John is a Chartered Engineer and MIEE and has spent his working life in power stations.
Second Tenor Soloist
After 14 years with the Choir, Gareth made his solo debut in 2006 showing that he is not just good at being the Choir Secretary.
Bass soloist Gethin Williams has sung with other choirs and joined the Bridgend Choir for the trip to Verona in 2003, enjoying it so much he decided to stay. He enjoys all kinds of music, especially hitting those low notes in solo mode. Gethin hails from the Swansea Valley and has spent his working life in the motor trade.
Tenor Gwyn Williams sang with several Choirs in Yorkshire before moving back to Wales. He enjoys singing light opera and romantic ballads. A retired school teacher, he lives with his wife in Llantwit Major.