The choir has travelled extensively in order to share its love of music and entertain audiences. Whilst many concerts are undertaken locally, the choir has performed as far afield as Truro in the South to Perth in the North and to even the balance, the Birmingham Town Hall has seen the choir perform on many occasions. On five occasions the choir has given concerts in its own right at The Royal Albert Hall, London, which rank among the Choir's UK highlights.
Most of the choirs work ,on expenses only basis is for charity, although numerous television and radio performances have been commissioned by local and national TV and radio companies. Noel Davies has always enjoyed taking on new challages as illustrated in the choir's participation in the making of the film 'The Wall' written and produced by Pink Floyd
This led to Roger Waters', a former member of Pink Floyd, album and video release ' Radio Kaos' featuring the choir.
The Choir has been honoured to sing before members of the Royal Family on many occassions. At the 10th Anniversarry of the Investiture of HRH The Prince of Wales, the choir sang in the Princes' presence at Caernarvon Castle.
Concerts at St Davids Hall, Cardiff and the Royal Albert Hall, London have been undertaken in the presence of HM The Queen Mother, the Duke and Duchess of Kent and the late Diana Princess of Wales.
In 1987 the choir sang at the launch in Hatfield, England of the British Aerospace jetliner BAe, reputed to be the quitest in the world.
The performance of the Simon and Garfunkle song 'Sound of Silence' arranged by Eric Jones a former choir accompanist, will linger in the memories of those present for many years.
Performances have not been confined to the UK. To date the choir has visited Spain (2001), Sweden(1996), Canada(1973,77,96), Germany(1979,80), Portugal(1986), Eire(1989) and the USA(1993).
The 1996 tour of Canada saw the choir perform at Calgary, Vernon, Victoria, Duncan and Vancouver.
In July 1998 the choir represented Wales at the Opening Ceremony of the NATO(North Atlantic Treaty Organisation) Reserve Officers Congress.
Senior officers from all 15 NATO countries were present as well as observers from Eastern Europe, Australia and South Africa.
The Choir felt honoured to be invited to take part in a ceremony which comes to one of the NATO countries every 15 years.
Distance has been no obstacle to the choirs' aim of making music and entertaining a wide variety of audiences. Its success can be attributed to the extensive repertoire upon which the Musical Director can draw.
The repertoire includes liturgical and secular compositions, traditional Welsh music, classical, operatic as well as contemporary songs.