Historical Venues

Sunday 07 May 2017

During June Bridgend Male Choir will be appearing at two historical venues
During June Bridgend Male Choir will be appearing at two historical venues - Harrow School, North West London and the Coal Exchange in Cardiff Bay.   Harrow School is certainly a unique venue in North West London and the School's Speech Hall, will be the venue for an evening concert on the 17th June.  The Hall which was built in 1871, and replicates the Globe Theatre, will provide a dramatic backdrop to a unique evening of exciting Welsh musical entertainment with Bridgend Male Choir and Lewis-Merthyr Band under the baton of renowned Welsh conductor Owain Arwel Hughes CBE.  The concert is in support of St Mary's Anglican Church, Harrow on the Hill.  The historical Coal Exchange building in Mount Stuart Square, Cardiff has been restored and converted into a luxury hotel, the Exchange Hotel. It was here at the Coal Exchange that the first ever £1,000,000 cheque was signed in 1904 and where the Choir will entertain 200 guests at the Chartered Institute of Builders (CIOB) Presidential Dinner on the 22nd June.