Thanks for browsing our pages – we hope you enjoy what you read. Before you delve into our pages, here is a brief description of what we are about:

We are Barry Community Choir - one of the largest mixed voice choirs in the area!

We rehearse on a Wednesday evening at St John Methodist Church, Barry Island, CF62 5TR from 7.00pm to 8.30pm.

We sing a wide variety of music, including classical, pop, folk, soul, musical theatre, using sheet music from our own library, and usually produce 2 concerts a year of our own. We like to include local musicians in our productions and invite established musicians and students. Don’t worry if you can’t read music as we have procedures in place to give you a hand. We promise it won’t stop you singing!

We also go into the local community with our music and sing in a variety of clubs and care homes (plus the occasional pub!) We also support other charities in their events, e.g. the annual Mayor of Barry’s charity events, Amelia Trust Farm.

If you would like to find out more about us and have a taste of what it’s like to be in a Choir then why not call in at one of our rehearsals – you can join in, chat with us – or just sit and listen. We promise you a warm welcome without any obligation to join.

A history of the Choir and calendar of events – past and future - plus photographs is inside the following pages. You can also follow us on Facebook – just enter “Barry Community Choir” and you’ll find us. Alternatively, if you would like to chat informally with a member of the Choir, you can call Sheila on 07932 523415, or email: info@barrycommunitychoir.com.

SINGING IS FUN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR????????????????????????????

Sound Bites

A few sound bites from various performances staged around South Wales and undertaken by Barry Community Choir.

Ave Verum

California Dreamin

New York, New York

Place Where Lost Things Go

You Raise Me Up


We are grateful recipients of Ty Cerdd, Welsh Government and National Lottery funding to provide technology and support to members to combat the ongoing effects of Covid restrictions on our choir.