A female-voice chamber choir, The Chepstow Chatelaines sing all sorts of repertoire including madrigals, classical repertoire, songs and arrangements for SSAA. The Chatelaines won their very first competition, The Wessex Cup at the Royal Wootton Bassett Arts Festival. They were also delighted to be awarded the ‘Choir of the Year Trophy for the choir gaining the highest marks. They have competed at the Abergavenny Eisteddfod and The National Eisteddfod of Wales 2016.
Spring Performance The Chepstow Chatelaines will be performing at The Singing Club St David’s Day Concert at the Drill Hall, on Friday 1st March, 7.30pm
Summer Performances The Chepstow Chatelaines will be performing as guests of The Chepstow Male Voice Choir at their Summer Concert on 15th June
Summer Concert at St Mary’s Chepstow, part of The John Lester Concert Series, raising money for Mencap.
Wednesday 31st July, 1pm (refreshments and cake from 12.30)
Autumn Concert at St Edward’s Church, Roath, Cardiff, part of the Coffee Concert Series, Saturday 21st September, 11am
Chepstow Christmas Market, Saturday November 30th, 12pm
Taurus Crafts Choirs as Christmas , Sunday December 8th, 2pm
Tredegar House , Sunday 22nd December, 11am
Saturday 24 November, St Mary the Virgin Church, Lydney
A Charity Concert in Aid of St Mary the Virgin Church, Lyndey, Gloucester, is being performed by The Chepstow Chatelaines Ladies Chamber Choir at St Mary the Virgin Church, on Saturday 24th November, 7.30pm.
The Choir will perform Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater, accompanied by The Chatelaine Chamber Ensemble. Soloists are from the choir. They will also perform Bob Chilcott’s ‘A Little Jazz Mass’ accompanied by Peter Banks.
There will be an instrumental interlude with a performance of Mozart’s Sonata for Violin and Piano in E minor by Iolo Jones and Jayne Thomas.
Tickets, £5 available from: www.ticketsource.co.uk/jaynepiano, on the door, or for information 07596999123.
The Chepstow Chatelaines next performance, after St Mary’s, will be 15th December at St Edward’s Church, Cardiff.