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Fantastic concert. Really enjoyed every minute.
Great atmosphere before, during and after the show!
Congratulations and thank you. The choir and its guests performed admirably -
the performance of Land of my Song will live with me for a very long time.
Very talented and enjoyable. Solid, varied and interesting performance by the VWC
with many moments of special harmony.
I’m Welsh and I enjoy Welsh hymns and songs and adore the Amens! -
I was also very impressed by the broadening items of Co-cheòl & Ladies' choir -
the whole concert was an absolute joy.
We loved Paul Jarman’s work!
I particularly enjoyed Rushan singing with Co-cheòl.
A wonderful performance by all and the MRC was the perfect place.
Great show!  

Some comments from audience members at our St David's Day concert in February. To read more see Performance Feedback.

For details of our upcoming concerts, see Upcoming Performances.

Victoria Welsh Male Choir under the flag of St David (photo Pam Rees)

We are Victoria Welsh Male Choir (Vic Welsh for short), a traditional Welsh men's choir.  In our green jackets, dinner suits or black shirts, we have brought hwyl to audiences in Melbourne, Victoria (south-east Australia) and beyond since we were founded by seven Welshmen in 1980.

To listen to excerpts of Victoria Welsh Male Choir's songs while browsing this website click Listen.

We also have a facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/VictoriaWelshMaleChoir 

Enjoy - Mwynhewch!

The rotating photos at the top of the screen of Victoria Welsh Male Choir in formal dress and of Côr Bach are by Colin Evans, and those of the Choir in the round and of Stephen Pepper leading us in LlanfairPG are by Arts Photography Belinda. The photos of Wales, which we hope will encourage you to visit that beautiful country, are Copyright © Wales Tourist Board.  They show Pen y Fan in the Brecon Beacons, Porthcawl, Snowdon with its railway, and Carreg Cennen Castle.  Website text is by Jonathan Melland unless otherwise indicated.

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