The choir was formed in October 1909 with about thirty members to enter an
Eisteddfod in Tredegar which they subsequently won.
The first 25 years of the choir were very successful at Eisteddfodau and concerts were given at the City Temple, the famous London Palladium, Alhambra,
Finsbury Park and the Hammersmith Palace.
This success has continued since then and more recently, concerts have been performed at many famous venues including the Dome,
Brighton; Usher Hall, Edinburgh; Fairfield Hall, Croydon; and the QE2. During two visits to Plymouth, concerts were given in
Dartmoor Prison and tours to France and Germany were undertaken.
In 1993 Ian Waite was appointed conductor and under his leadership many
concerts have been given and tours undertaken to Switzerland, Ireland, Canada and