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Our History

The Liverpool Welsh Choral has a singing membership of 115. It celebrated its centenary in the year 2000.

It was founded in 1900 as the Liverpool Welsh Choral Union, following an Eisteddfod held in Liverpool, with approximately 400 voices. As the event was such a success the choir that had been formed for the occasion decided to stay together and chose the above name. In 2003, in response to innovative work on branding and choir image, a decision was made to drop the word "UNION".