The core aims of the choir
To make music and music-making as accessible to as many young people as possible, regardless of previous experience.
To encourage self-confidence and personal development through singing and learning together with like-minded peers.
To foster group support and team spirit through performance and competition at a high level.
To promote a sense of belonging and friendship between choir members.
To help develop a sense of achievement and pride, whether winning or losing.
To provide choral training of the highest standard, including solo tuition and small group classes as appropriate.
To enable each choir member to achieve his or her musical potential, dependent upon their enthusiasm and their readiness to develop their own skills.
To ensure that choir members are able to enjoy a range of activities outside their choral duties. These might include residential workshops, master-classes and various leisure activities during the Llangollen week.
To ensure a fair balance between choral training and discipline and the need for young people to let their hair down and have fun.
Founder and Life President: Mary Denniss
Chair: Sheila Leete
Secretary: Ann Guest
Treasurer: Robin Wilson
Music Librarian: John Warden
Publicity and Promotion: Laura McLean-Wade and Peter Leete
Digital consultant: Kate Dingley