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Philharmonia & Chorus

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    Guest Performers Finally Announced For Last Night of The Proms

    Mello'D' are an accomplished and versatile ladies harmony singing ensemble. Over their sixteen years together they have performed for many varied audiences from the Isle of Wight to Oxford and West Wales to London and lots of other places in between.  Along the way raising thousands of pounds for many charities including SANDS, Marie Curie, The Poppy Appeal and Cancer Research. 

    They have been very proud to represent Torfaen, South Wales at the Twinning Festival in Bretten Germany for the past few years and have been invited to sing at the Portugal and French festivals next year. They consider flying the 'musical' flag for Wales a great honour.

    Mello'D' treasure their special friendships with Male Voice Choirs and perform regularly with The Loveny Male Voice Choir from Cornwall; having toured with the Pontypool and Pontnewydd Male Voices they are constantly invited to support this genre; not only a great honour but a fabulous experience.

    The ladies have all had interesting careers ranging from teachers, health professionals and business owners to administration and catering, along with their hobby interests, families and pets they all share a love for music. Several of the girls play instruments and have reached a high level of achievement. Some have had experience of drama and dance but they all share a passion for singing and enjoy performing and entertaining together as Mello'D'.  

    From choral pieces suitable for weddings and sacred events to fun pieces ideal for a younger or family audience to pop ballads and traditional music they can provide a full evenings' entertainment with solo performances and musical recitals there is something for everyone. 

     

    We hope you enjoy our choice of music for this evenings' performance and would like to wish all the other performers a fabulous evening and convey many thanks for inviting us to join you on such an auspicious occasion.

     

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