A large group of people of various ages are singing together.

Community Chorus

Welsh National Opera’s roots lie in members of the community coming together driven by their love of song. WNO Community Chorus invites adult amateur singers of all ages and backgrounds to come and take part in operatic experiences with WNO and be part of our WNO community.

WNO Community Chorus is not a set group of singers; each performance is completely open to new and returning singers, you just need to sign up. We sometimes ask you to audition, not always, depending on the nature of the final performance.

We also offer opportunities to learn more about the operas we are performing, with daytime 'taste of' workshops exploring the piece followed by a visit to the opera itself.

For more information contact Branwen Jones

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2019 Community Chorus Project (North Wales)

We are now recruiting a Venue Cymru, Llandudno-based WNO Community Chorus to perform as the Festival Community Chorus in Carmina & Creation concert as part of the North Wales International Music Festival at St Asaph Cathedral. The concert will take place on Saturday 28 September 2019 during the final weekend of the Festival. You will perform alongside NEW Sinfonia, WNO soloists, WNO Youth Opera North Wales and Kana Chamber Choir. Repertoire will include Carmina Burana by Carl Orff and extracts from The Creation by Haydn. 

Closing date for applications: Tuesday 30 April 2019


Supported by

Clive & Sylvia Richards. 

WNO’s programme of arts activity delivered in communities across North Wales is supported by the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation and the Jean Buckley Legacy.