About Us

Some of our handsome tenors in concert

To be a member of a male voice choir is said to be one of those enjoyable experiences which is available to all men but very few have had the opportunity to enjoy.

There is the enjoyment of meeting others at rehearsal and to exercise the brain in learning music and words to songs to sing without copies which Welsh Male choirs have always traditionally done. To have that goal and to perfect what is after all an art form gives immense satisfaction and great feeling of achievement.

Then to have the ultimate joy in performing on various stages at different venues. To be appreciated by the applause of the audience, even to have a standing ovation. To experience that pleasure you give to others having enjoyed the pleasure of singing yourself.

Choir on stage in Llangollen International Eisteddfod  2015

Choir on stage in Llangollen International Eisteddfod 2015

Côr Meibion Colwyn is proud of its long history recognising that there has been a choir in its home village of Colwyn since the 1890’s. Welsh is its first language however its rehearsals are held in both the medium of English with a good content of Welsh conversation. This is so as not to exclude our non Welsh speaking members but to also give them the ‘Welshness’ of the choir and opportunity to get to learn the language at the same time.

Joint Concert with the Burry Port Band at St John’s Church Llandudno

On Saturday the 5th of August the choir had the pleasure of being part of a joint concert with the renowned Burry Port Town Band from South Wales. This band has an outstanding pedigree and showed this to be the … Read More

Our next outing is for the Male Voice Choir Competition at the National Eisteddfod in Anglesey

Having already competed in the entertainment competition for choirs above 20 in number on Sunday at this years National Eisteddfod in Bodedern in Anglesey, not in the top three of 18 choirs but having thoroughly enjoyed the experience. We now prepare … Read More

Simplicity

The choir rehearses each Sunday and Wednesday evening between 7.30 pm and 9.00 pm at the Old Colwyn Community Centre behind the Plough Inn on the main street. If you have a genuine interest in choral singing then you are more than welcome to come along and meet us ... Read More