In the last few months we have welcomed three new members to the Choir.
Although our membership numbers are currently lower than average for the Choir, we remain a talented and enthusiastic group of male singers and we welcome anyone who would like to try male voice singing.
All you need to do is come along to any of our practice sessions on a Monday at 7:30pm. For the address and a map please see our About page.
We look forward to seeing you!
In the last few months we have welcomed two young lads, Jaidyn and Samuel, who are very keen to sing with us.
They are coming on really well and in view of their age are well able, under the personal direction of our Musical Director David Sewell, to sing a mellow top tenor.
Although our member numbers are currently lower than average for the Choir, we remain a talented and enthusiastic group of male singers and we welcome anyone who would like to try male voice choir singing.
Click here for details of our practice venue and times. Give it a go!
See the poster below for details or go to our Performances page HERE
Melbourne Assembly Rooms will be the venue for a concert by The Travelling People on Saturday 7th May, commencing at 7pm. Formed in 1967 as "The Melbourne Folk Trio" they were a popular group in the area in the 1960s and 1970s, during which time they changed their name to the Travelling People and recorded an LP. They disbanded but have reformed in recent years. Rev’d Canon Dave Perkins, one of the group’s members, is now Vicar of Edensor near Bakewell. They will be supported by Melbourne Male Voice Choir who will sing two short sets. There will be a licensed bar. Admission is £12.50 and tickets can be obtained from Melbourne Assembly Rooms, Melbourne News, from the Choir Secretary Seymour Bell on 01332 703992 or pay on the door.
Making a welcome return in May will be the Travelling People, in concert at the Assembly Rooms in Melbourne on Saturday the 7th.
This popular group will be performing a full programme of pieces and will be joined for a few songs by Melbourne Male Voice Choir.
Tickets are £12.50 each and can be purchased by contacting Seymour Bell, the Choir Secretary, on 01283 703992. Tickets are also available at the venue and at "Melbourne News" newsagent in the centre of Melbourne.
The concert starts at 7pm and there will be a licensed bar serving alcoholic and soft drinks, so get there early!
We look forward to seeing you there.
On Saturday 5th March the Choir travels west of Birmingham to join the Gentlement Songsters for an evening concert. This is the first of two planned concerts where the Choirs get together (see Performances page for more information).
Tickets are only £5 and proceeds will be donated to the Mayor of Dudley's Charity. Wordsley is on the A491 just south of Kingswinford and north of Stourbridge (see map below).
We look forward to seeing you.