Male voice choirs 'adapting' to change
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Male voice choirs adapting to change, historian says

Almost half of Welsh male voice choirs have said they are worried about their future.

Some 46 choirs of 102 surveyed by BBC Wales said they were concerned, while 50 estimated they had fewer choristers than 10 years ago.

Most said recruiting new and younger members was a challenge.

Historian Prof Gareth Williams said the state of male voice choirs was in some ways a barometer of Wales' economic health.

  • 08 Jun 2017
  • From the section Wales
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