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London Welsh Male Voice Choir
Saturday 10th December 2022 at 7:30 pm

Tickets Go on sale in late June


There is an additonal booking fee of £1.00 per transaction for all purchases made on-line. Limit of 6 tickets per transaction.


Refreshments will be available for purchase (Cash Only) before the concert and during the interval

Artist Information

London Welsh Male Voice Choir

Formed in 1902, The London Welsh Male Voice Choir, with its entourage of over 60 voices, has led the tradition of Welsh choral music with pride, singing at numerous venues in London, throughout the United Kingdom, and internationally.

The Choir has, over the years, recorded numerous favourites and established “pop” in the male voice repertoire.  Having entertained at Cathedrals, sporting venues and concert halls throughout the world the Choir particularly supports a range of charities in their fund raising endeavours.

The Choir has delivered those “special moments” entertaining the Royal Family, being part of the London Olympics and through numerous live broadcast appearances.  Primarily we sing for pure enjoyment, to entertain and to create wonderful and lasting emotions amongst our audiences.


Edward-Rhys Harry


Annabel Thwaite


Recognised as one of the most versatile and charismatic pianists, Annabel has won all the major accompanying prizes, including the prestigious Kathleen Ferrier, Gold Medal, and Richard Tauber Piano Prizes. She has collaborated with renowned artists such as Roberto Alagna, Bryn Terfel, David Kempster, “Only Men Aloud!, the Michael Clark Company and Ensemble Midtvest.

As a Soloist and Chamber musician, she has toured and performed in many countries, including the USA at Carnegie Hall and Queens College, Walter Hall in Canada, France, Italy, Sweden and Slovenia, and in England, concertos at the Birmingham Symphony Hall and Imperial College, London. As a duo, both with instrumentalists and singers, she has performed at the Royal Albert Hall, Barbican Hall, Cadogan Hall, Wigmore Hall (with cellist Mats Lindström), Bridgewater Hall, Wales Millennium Centre, St. David’s Hall, Cardiff, and the Machnylleth, Oxford and Leeds Lieder Festivals.

Annabel’s discography includes The Scottish Tenor for Universal Records, which was nominated for a Classical Brit Award, a world premiere recording of music by Hilary Tann, a disc of romantic violin and piano works with Matthew Jones, and the complete Violin and Viola works of Benjamin Britten for Naxos, named Chamber CD of the Month by BBC Music Magazine. As a film session pianist, she has recorded the music for the Hollywood movie Awake, the BBC Jane Austen series Emma, The Secret Diaries of Miss Anne Lister and the Spanish film De tu Ventana. Four times the accompanist for the Festival of Welsh Male Voice Choirs, her performances at the Royal Albert Hall were recorded and released by Sain and have been aired on UK television. Further TV appearances include Blue Peter, The Rob Brydon Show and a documentary following a day in the life of Bryn Terfel for BBC 4.

Annabel’s extensive teaching experience includes being Director of the Core Courses at the Pro Corda International Chamber Music Academy, adjudicating at numerous festivals and competitions, including the National Chamber Music Festival for Schools. In addition to being an Associated Board Music examiner, Annabel is extremely committed to outreach projects, having been a member of the “Live Music Now!” and “Lost Chord” schemes.

Annabel is passionate about making Classical music more accessible to children and broadcasts her own radio show “Music for you and your little ones” for Meridian Radio every Tuesday morning. She has also given a number of workshops and concerts introducing Lieder to children as part of the Machynlleth, Oxford and Leeds Lieder festivals, Bach to Baby podcasts and a series of concerts in the inaugural York Chamber Music Festival.

Annabel studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama with Senior professor Joan Havill, and also at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et Danse, Paris. She was the recipient of numerous scholarships including the MBF award for accompanists, and an English Speaking Union scholarship to study at the Ravel Académie, Franz Schubert Institute, Fondations de Royaumont and Académie Villecroze, France. In addition to all her performing, Annabel is also a qualified Vinyasa Flow Yoga Teacher and gives classes and workshops specializing in the benefits of yoga for musicians at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and other musical institutions and international festivals.

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