The Cotswold Male Voice Choir are singing at Mickleton

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Saturday 5th April 19.30 King George’s Hall, Mickleton, Gloucestershire
The Cotswold Male Voice Choir are singing a broad repertoire of eighteen songs including Unchained Melody, Love is All Around, Some Enchanted Evening, You’ll Never Walk Alone, When I Fall in Love and When The Saints Go Marchin’ In.

The Cotswold Male Voice Choir was formed in 1949 and has become a well known part of the music scene in the Midlands and the South West. The choir was recently described on radio as ” A happy band of singers who put on great male voice choir shows and also have a successful social life”.

In addition to many local events, including concerts at Tewkesbury Abbey and Gloucester Cathedral in the past year, the choir has performed in the French Alps at Annecy, in Wales with three Welsh choirs, in York’s Guildhall at the invitation of the Mayor of York, and twice at the Malvern Music Festivals.

The choir sings a broad repertoire including male voice choir favourites, classic and operatic, big show numbers and popular music.

The President of the Choir is Brian Blessed, the well known English actor, and the Choir is a member of The English Association of Male Voice Choirs (EAMVC) and the National Association of Choirs (NAC).
The badge of the choir was contrived in April 1992 by the then Gloucestershire County Archivist, David Smith, in consultation with, and a final approval by, Gloucestershire County Council Secretary David Seed.

The Cotswold Male Voice Choir – Secretary Telephone 01242 511139

Source: The Cotswold Male Voice Choir

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