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Rhondda Choir to Visit America.


Rhondda Choir to Visit America. Three Months1 Tout*. The Rhondda Valley Glee Society, under the conductorship of Mr. John Broad, will sail for America on 26th Sep- tember. The choir numbers twenty voices, and is accompanied by two ladies (Miss May John, Caerphilly, and Miss May ivioses, Treherbert^ and Ap Siencyn, who won the harp solol nrize at the Chicago World's Fair Eisteddfod in 1893, will also accompany the party as harpist. Tne tour has been arranged by Di. J. M. Lloyd, Wills bury, Pa., and already some 6U engagements have been made. The party leave on September 26th, and will open at New lork, appearing subse- quently at Carbondale, Oliphant, bcranton, Taylor, Pittston, Wilisbury, Edwardsvilie, Plymouth, Nanticoke, Bangor, Phila- delphia, Easton, Utica, Rome, Uranville, Youngstown, Newcastle, Niles, Johnstown, Cleveland, Warren, Chicago, &e. The conductor, Mr. John Broad, and several other members of the choir are not un- known across the herring pond," having been members of Mr. Tom Stephens' choir- which won the 1,000-dollar prize at Chicago fourteen years ago. The members of the choir are: —Mr. John Broad, conductor; first tenors, Messrs. Llew. Jones (Aberdare), John Griffiths (Ferndale), Edward Morgan (Llantrisant), Wm. Williams (Aberdare), Ted Lewis (Sherwood), Wm. Wales (Aber- kei-ifig)- second tenors, Messrs. David Jones (Tonypandy), D. Williams (Ystrad), Rd. Roberts (Cwmparc), D. James (Aber- tridwr); first bass, Messrs. Gwilym Evans (Tonypandy), David Evans (Treorchy), D. Lougher Kystrad); second bass, Messrs. Morgan Morgans (Sherwood), Edward James (Ystrad), Thomas Davies (Ton), Hugh Jones (Cwmaman), Robert Morgan (Tonypandy), and William Richards (Tony- pandy). Accompanist, Ap Dewi, Owm- aman. The tour will extend over a period of three months.

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