Landmarks 2000 - Present
The Treorchy Male Choir Appreciation Society was officially launched and now enjoys membership from admirers around the world.
September 23-October 6
The Choir’s tour of the West Coast of Canada and the USA included performances in Vancouver, Victoria, Seattle, Mount Saint Helens, Portland, Salinas, and San Francisco.
For the first time the Choir appeared in the Pop Factory recording studio to make a new CD with Kenny Ball and the Jazzmen called "A Tribute To Wembley".
The Choir appeared on Cilla Black’s "Christmas Surprise Surprise" with Russell Watson and S Club 7 at the LWT Studio in London.
Choristers with Russell Watson, 2001
The Choir filmed a new commercial for the communication giants, Orange. The song “Three Little Birds” by Bob Marley was recorded in the rehearsal room and filmed on the Brecon Beacons. Later that month Janice Ball was appointed the new Accompanist of the Choir.
The Choir’s first tour of Scotland which featured performances in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Glenrothes, St Andrews and Dundee. During their performance in Hawick they were joined on stage by the famous rugby commentator Bill McLaren.
The Choir appeared on Michael Aspel’s last episode of This is Your Life. The surprise guest was Jonathan Davies and the Choir performed the Welsh National Anthem with Aled Jones before an audience of rugby players and celebrities including Ieuan Evans, Max Boyce and Stuart Cable.
A celebrity concert in the grounds of Warwick Castle was provided by the Choir and comedian Freddie Starr.
Helen Roberts was appointed Deputy Accompanist of the Treorchy Male Choir.
The Choir appeared in the first of the "Stars at Christmas Concert" in the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, with Elaine Paige, Nicholas Parsons, John Bardon, Dame Vera Lynn, Ian Lavendar, Susan Hampshire, Brian Murphy and Julia McKenzie.