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Listen to the London Welsh Male Voice Choir for things to do in London
Published: Saturday 23rd of October 2010
The London Welsh Male Voice Choir is set to perform at the Royal Albert Hall on this Saturday (October 23rd).
With more than 100 years of history and an equally high number of members, the group promises audiences a high-energy and powerful performance.
Over the years, the artists have worked towards polishing their skills and marrying tradition with innovation.
In the evening, audiences will also benefit from performances by the Cambrian Male Voice Choir, Sheffield Male Voice Choir and the Hereford Police Male Choir among others.
Visitors can also expect a mesmerising recital from Soprano Elizabeth Donovan and Baritone David Kempster to further enrich their experiences of the evening.
Music lovers heading to the London attraction can also benefit from visiting the venue's free exhibition that celebrate youth culture and street art through a series of photographs.
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