BBC Radio Wales has been following the birth of a new youth choir, Only Boys Aloud.
Created by Tim Rhys Evans and Only Men Aloud, approximately 120 boys between the ages of 14 and 19 have been taking part, drawn from areas across the south Wales valleys. The boys were split up into ten choirs: Aberdare, Caerphilly, Cross Hands, Cwmbran, Ebbw Vale, Maesteg, Neath, Pontypridd, Treorchy and Ystradgynlais.
The choirs joined together for their grand performance at the opening concert of the National Eisteddfod in Ebbw Vale on Friday 30 July, where they sang Calon Lân, Sospan Fach and Don't Stop Believing.
Here on the website you can find exclusive behind the scenes audio, video and photographs.
Visit the official website for more about the scheme.
Mal Pope visits the launch of Only Boys Aloud at Merthyr Rugby Club.
Interviews and behind the scenes highlights from the training camp and rehearsals.
Exclusive videos of the Only Boys Aloud rehearsals.
Images of the boys in rehearsal at Cwmbran.
Photos from the first regional rehearsal at Pontypridd.
Pictures of the full 'Only Boys Aloud' rehearsal at Cardiff Arms Park.
Photos from the boys' rehearsal on the Eisteddfod stage.
Pictures of the final rehearsal and Eisteddfod Opening Concert.
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