The Llandaff Cathedral Choral Society is a mixed-voice choir which mainly performs large-scale choral music in Llandaff Cathedral. We have a wide variety of members, who share a love of singing, take pleasure in doing it well and enjoy each others’ company.
The choir gives 3 major concerts each year with soloists and orchestra, and an annual carol service in December. In addition, it undertakes tours (in recent years to Paris and Bruges/Ghent) and has recently taken part in the Making Music ‘Adopt-a-Composer’ project.
You will find more information, photographs and recent recordings on the Choir page of this website
Our next concert will be at St Martin’s Church, Roath, at 7.30 pm on Sunday, June 12th. Taking advantage of the superb acoustics at St Martin’s, the programme will include the Berliner Mass by Arvo Pärt, the Song for Athene by John Tavener, and extracts from the Vespers by Rachmaninov.
We are delighted to have been invited to take part in a performance of the Verdi Requiem in St David’s Hall, Cardiff, on 16th July. This concert will be conducted by Owain Arwel Hughes and is part of this year’s season of Welsh Proms.