There’s Choir Practice every Wednesday (7pm) for the Junior and Adult Choirs at St. Mary’s Church, in Conwy. If you love to sing, but feel choir is too formal for you, then there’s Singing Practice every Thursday (11am) at St. Peter’s Church, in Llanbedr-y-Cennin.


Singing together is a great way to build more confidence as a group. It also means that you can be part of something bigger, sharing the joy of music with other people, and forming life-long friendships. It’s also a great way to get to know the tunes for those hymns that we sing at Sunday Services!


Music plays a central role in our worshipping life, and it’s a gateway to making new friends. Fellowship is an important part of who we are as a Church family. There’s also a good standard of choral singing, as well as an instrumental group for the All-age Services at St. Mary’s Church, in Conwy.


Conwy Classical Music Festival in Conwy’s St. Mary’s Church 20th – 27th July

This year, the fabulous Conwy Classical Music Festival at St. Mary’s Church, in Conwy, will be Saturday 20th July – Saturday 27th July 2019, so put the dates in your diary and enjoy the music!



Côr Meibion Goronwy Male Voice Choir in Conwy’s St. Mary’s Church 15th June

The Côr Meibion Goronwy Male Voice Choir gave a wonderful performance at St. Mary’s Church, in Conwy. Annette Bryn Parri played the piano, and Dylan Cernyw played the harp.

Cantamus Choir in Conwy’s St. Mary’s Church 8th June

The Cantamus Choir presented a wonderful programme of music at St. Mary’s Church, in Conwy.

Singing Festival Cymanfa Ganu in Gyffin’s St. Benedict’s Church 2nd June

There was a wonderful festival of Welsh hymn singing at St. Benedict’s Church, in Gyffin, with donations for the National Eisteddfod of Wales, which is being held in Llanrwst this year (3rd – 10th August).

Asaph Ensemble of London in Conwy’s St. Mary’s Church 30th May

The Asaph Ensemble of London presented Eclectic Classics on Ascension Day, and it truly was a concert to refresh the soul! The programme of music included performances from Handel, Vivaldi, Marcello, Mozart, Charpentier, Morricone and Purcell.

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Menai Wind Quintet in Conwy’s St. Mary’s Church 11th May

The Menai Wind Quintet Pumawd Chwyth y Fenai and Gary O’Shea presented a wonderful programme of piano and wind music, which included the first performance of Wind Quintet No. 1, by Colin Tommis, as well as works by Prokofiev, Ligeti, Poulenc and Arnold.

Rachel Gautry – Flute/Piccolo
Melanie Cross – Oboe/Côr Anglais
Emily Sweeney-Davies – Clarinet
Dewi Garmon Jones – Horn
Mikes Nipper – Bassoon
Gary O’Shea – Piano

Feast of Light 2017

These are some of the photographs of our choir providing the heavenly musical accompaniment to the Feast of Light in 2017:-

McNulty harpist


For all enquiries regarding the Choirs and the Classical Music Festival at St. Mary’s Church, in Conwy, please contact the Musical Director, Chris Roberts:-