The Choir was formed in 1902 and quickly gained a reputation for excellence in performance.The Choir has sung at many of Britain’s most prestigious concert halls and cathedrals, including the Royal Albert Hall, Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, the Guildhall, Westminster Abbey, and Glyndebourne Opera House.
The Choir has had the honour of appearing twice at the Royal Variety Command Performance, and in gala Concerts to celebrate the fiftieth birthday of the Prince of Wales and the fortieth anniversary of Her Majesty’s accession to the throne. In contrast, the Choir was the backing group to the pop band Take That at Earls Court and has recorded with Charlotte Church, Aled Jones and Bryn Terfel.
In the sporting arena, the Choir has thrilled crowds at the Stade de France, Paris, at Twickenham and at Lords Cricket Ground. It led the singing before each of Waless rugby international matches at Wembley Stadium in the late 1990s and in August 2007 became the first male voice choir to sing at the new Wembley Stadium prior to the Rugby League Cup Final. It has also sung many times at the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff prior to Wales home rugby international matches. The choir has toured extensively throughout the UK, Europe and the USA.