All the drama, emotion and excitement of the Froncysyllte Choir's visit to New York will be relived in an S4C documentary to be broadcast on Thursday, 15 September.
The Fron Choir has had a memorable few years since they were signed by the Universal label, one of the world's biggest recording labels, in 2005.
But nothing in their colourful recent past could prepare the north east Wales choir for what faced them in the Big Apple at the end of August.
The documentary Côr y Fron: Efrog Newydd 2011 follows the 48-strong choir to the USA, while also looking back at the choir's past history to find out how they have become one of the UK's most popular and successful choirs.
As they prepare for the launch of their fifth album with Universal in October, the choir ventured to New York for the first time ever, hoping to increase their fanbase in the huge US market and further boost album sales, which is now nearing the million mark.
Progamme producer Bethan Anwyl said: "Their tour to New York was full of incident as they were caught in the middle of the Hurricane Irene onslaught. But there's far more to the tour than this - the colourful lives of the choir members and the tumultuous response of the people of New York to their performances."
The choir was caught in the eye of the storm in New York - but this didn't deter them from stirring performances at a number of landmark locations.
The programme captures their performances at St Bartholomew's Church in Madison Avenue, their impromptu performances in Times Square and on the Staten Island Ferry and a memorable recital in the Heartland Brewery, in the shadow of the Empire State Building.
The programme features some of the choir's most colourful characters, including Dulyn Moss, Cyril Jones and Jeff Davies, who goes on the trail of one of his ancestors, the pirate Robert Edwards 'Millions' who emigrated from Wales to America in the 18th century.
There are interviews with Daniel Glatman, the pop music manager who first noticed the choir's pulling potential and now works as their commercial manager.
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