Recent Concerts

Tuesday 13th August 2019 – what a way to end our 2019 summer term – with not 1, not 2, but 3 perfomances at Pembrokeshire County Show! Thank you to Pure West Radio for hosting us on the main stage – the ladies all sounding as wonderful as they looked.











Wednesday 17th and 31st July and 7th August 2019 – The choir sang at the lovely Lawrenny Arms, on the banks of the Cleddau River. The weather was mostly kind to us and we had a great reception. Thank you very much to the Lawrenny Arms for hosting us and thanks to all those who supported us. We really enjoyed ourselves.






Saturday 22nd December 2018 – Cantabile had a fabulous time signing Christmas carols at Morrissons in Haverfordwest. Lots of folks joining in with us and raising money at the same time for Morrissons Charity and for the Cantabile.

Merry Christmas







Saturday 28th July 2018 – Cantabile boarded the Stena ferry at Fishguard to sing all the way to Ireland and back. Following months of fine and settled weather the elements decided to throw things around a bit with the consequence that it was more ‘Master the Tempest is Raging’ rather than ‘Sailing, Gently Sailing…’! However the choir performed the full programme of pieces and managed some choreograpy too and then were invited up to the Bridge by the captain. Was that a wise move on his part?? Ferry last seen heading to the Bahamas! Money raised for Wales Air Ambulance. Well done Cantabile!

Singing all the way to Ireland








Wednesday 25th July 2018 – Cantabile sang at the Quayside at Fishguard to entertain cruise passengers as they departed.







Wednesday 11th July 2018 – Cantabile head across the water – no not Ireland, but to Lawrenny! Thank you to the Lawrenny Arms for hosting us to sing outside in the glorious sunshine overlooking the calm waters of the Daugleddau. Great to have some of the audience singing along with us and to have our new Members already performing the concerts. Great evening and hopefully we will be back at the Lawrenny Arms some time soon.

Singing at the Lawrenny Arms