Landmarks 1980 - 1999
At a concert in the New Theatre, Cardiff, the Choir was joined on stage by child star Lena Zavaroni.
The Choir filmed a section of “The Two Ronnies” show at the Deep Navigation Colliery in Treharris with Ronnie Barker and Ronnie Corbett.
The Choir's first tour of Canada with engagements in Toronto, Barrie, Orillia, Gravenhurst, Haileybury, Kapuskasing, Elliot Lake, Pembroke, Ottawa, Brockville and Niagra Falls.
The Choir performed before a congregation of 4,000 people in Strasbourg Cathedral.
Treorchy became the first male choir to sing at the new St David’s Hall, Cardiff, four days after it was opened to the public.
The Choir undertook its third visit to Nottingham within a year. For this occasion it was necessary to fly to the city and not travel by coach as normal!
The Choir appeared on the Leo Sayer Show from the BBC Studios, Shepherd’s Bush, London. Also on the programme was pianist Richard Clayderman.
The Choir gave its first solo concert at the Royal Albert Hall, London, since the Royal Concert of 1966.
The Choir was reunited with Sir Harry Secombe for a concert at St David’s Hall, Cardiff.
Choristers were reunited with Tom Jones for a performance together at St David's Hall, Cardiff.
At a concert celebrating the work of the Viscount Tonypandy in Rhondda Sports Centre, the Choir was reunited with Pendyrus Male Choir, Cory Band, Glyn and Donald Houston, Dewi Griffiths and Cliff Morgan.