Area: Wrexham

The Category Wrexham is a subset of North Wales. Browse through the Brief Records in the Category or look at the broader Category to find a List of the Titles of all the Organizers, Performers and Venues associated with Wrexham which have so far been described in this Directory. Clicking on a Title will link you to the Entity's Full Record.


In contrast, the following Entities do not (currently) have Records in 'Open Concerts and Recitals'. Here, clicking on a Title of interest should link you to a relevant external Website (or Facebook Page):

- Cambrian Orchestra

- Cantorion Rhos

- Wrexham One World Community Choir


! Wrexham KEY
VISITS (to Website)73
VIEWS (of this Record)123

Typically five evening concerts, October - March, at The Maelor School, Penley: ‘We were founded at The Maelor School in 1968 with the aim of bringing live classical and other music to this rural corner of North Wales.  We are proud of our record of attracting high quality musicians of local, regional, national and even from time to time international reputation’.


* Maelor Music Society
VISITS (to Website)285
VIEWS (of this Record)1685

Brymbo Male Choir grew from the active community surrounding the local steelworks, and the history of male choirs in Brymbo goes back over the past 100 years. The present choir was formed in 1959 by a number of choristers from St Mary’s Church Brymbo with the intention of entertaining locally. With the appointment of Conductor Glyn Hughes in 1966 the choir began to broaden its horizons, and over the past years the choir has created an interest by giving choral performances to high levels, with an appreciation by all audiences that attend the many concerts and venues that the choir performs at.‘


+ Brymbo Male Choir
VISITS (to Website)196
VIEWS (of this Record)366

‘The NEW Sinfonia is an orchestra for North Wales that provides work for outstanding professional young musicians. The NEW Sinfonia aims to: * Reach audiences of all ages and backgrounds through innovative and exciting programming; * Take live instrumental music making to communities across North Wales; * Have a “home” in North East Wales [NEW]; * Inspire the next generation of musicians from North Wales to develop their musical talents; * Support and promote contemporary Welsh Arts Culture.’

+ NEW Sinfonia
VISITS (to Website)129
VIEWS (of this Record)209

‘Formed in 1957 specifically to compete at the Llangollen International Eisteddfod. Since then we have performed throughout the UK and have travelled extensively in Europe, the USA & Canada. We have also visited China, Hong Kong & Israel. We've taken part in many competitions & won a significant number of prizes as well as making several cassettes and CD's. We are a registered Charity and have helped raise many thousands on pounds for many diverse deserving causes. One of our recordings, “Calm is the Sea”, helped to raise over £10,000 for the Royal National Lieboat Institution. It is one of the Choir's proudest boasts that a number of its members have gone on to take up singing as a career.‘


+ Rhos Orpheus Male Choir
VISITS (to Website)177
VIEWS (of this Record)395

‘Founded in 1990 by the celebrated conductor, Jean Stanley Jones MBE, Cantorion Sirenian Singers are a choir of some 50 voices based in North East Wales. Achieving international recognition on the competitive and concert platforms, they are recognised for their unique sound, excellent technique and breadth of repertoire, achieving particular recognition for their promotion of Contemporary Welsh music.’

Category Chamber Choirs
+ Sirenian Singers
VISITS (to Website)204
VIEWS (of this Record)333

'The WSO has grown to its present day membership numbering over sixty players and regularly attracts professional guest conductors and outstanding soloists. The increase in membership has allowed the orchestra to undertake increasingly ambitious programmes of music and in increasingly important venues. Since 1997, the orchestra has been resident at the prestigious William Aston Hall in Wrexham.'


+ Wrexham Symphony Orchestra
VISITS (to Website)225
VIEWS (of this Record)416

'One of the finest examples of ecclesiastical architecture to be found in Wales. There is documentary evidence of a church here as early as the 11th century, though the building in its present form dates mainly from the end of the 15th and the beginning of the 16th centuries ... The present organ was built in 1894 by Foster & Andrews of Hull. It was fully restored in 1984.'

Category Greater Churches
@ St Giles Wrexham
VISITS (to Website)170
VIEWS (of this Record)331

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