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On the Verandah 2018

On the Verandah 2018

The Burlington Welsh Male Chorus

Come spend an evening at Benares Historic House! Enjoy outdoor concerts every Friday June through August that celebrates local talent. Light refreshments are available for purchase at each concert. Bring your own sign-along voices, insect repellent and blankets or lawn chairs.

Admission is pay-what-you-can.

Event produced by Friends of the Museums of Mississauga.

The Burlington Welsh Male Chorus
Founded June 2001, BWMC appropriately gave its first public performance on St David 's Day, on 1 March 2002. The BWMC sings in the tradition of Welsh four part Male Choirs. It ranges from Welsh folk songs and hymns, to opera choruses, spirituals and musical numbers. The choir performs in venues throughout Ontario and undertakes tours internationally. from the Cayman Islands in 2003, to the Festival of Male Voices at the Royal Albert Hall in London in 2006. In September 2008 the BWMC toured New England, culminating in a performance at Carnegie Hall, featuring world-renown Welsh Baritone, Bryn Terfel. In 2012 members of the Chorus participated in London Welsh's pre-Olympic concert at the Royal Festival Hall also featuring Bryn Terfel.

Friday, June 8, 2018 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm
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