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Fancy a sing? Come along to our next open rehearsal on Monday 23rd January 2023 at Holy Trinity Church, Malvern.  All will be welcome, admission is free!

MONDAY 23RD JANUARY 2023 'Open Rehearsal'

Holy Trinity Church, Link Top, MALVERN, WR14 4LR
This is the oldest known photo of the Malvern Male Voice Choir (MMVC)
  • An American Trilogy

  • Back to the Sixties

  • Bobby Shaftoe

  • Bohemian Rhapsody  

  • Goin’ Home

  • Londonderry air

  • Love Could I Only Tell Thee

  • Non Nobis Domine

  • O when the saints

  • Pirates of Penzance

  • Portrait of my love

  • Shenandoah

  • Soldiers’ Chorus

  • Trumpet Voluntary

  • Tydi a Roddaist

  • Unchained melody


  • Blue Moon

  • Memory

  • My Lord What a Mornin'

  • Rhythm of Life

  • The Holy City

  • The Water of Tyne

  • Waltzing Matilda

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Commemoration for Armistice - 13th Nov 2022

At The Church of the Ascension, the evening entitled 'Goin' Home' was a tremendous success with a capacity crowd and standing room only - alongside the Act of Remembrance - War Poetry and readings complimented a full repertoire of songs. 


The evening was backed up with a moving film called 'Bring Him Home' specially produced for The Choir in remembrance of all the members of the Choir who served in WW1 & 2 featuring a haunting rendition of 'Bring Him Home' recorded earlier in the week in the Church.


The film can be watched here

A Capacity Audience in Cabaret Setting - 22nd Oct 2022

 A capacity audience in cabaret setting at Great Malvern's Cube, were witness to a brilliant evening of avant garde poetry and music performed by the amazing vocals of The Malvern Male Voice Choir.


The programme included the specially commissioned piece  'On Malvern Hill' by Liz Dilnot Johnson, Songs from the Sixties, Bohemian Rhapsody, and many other well known songs. We had solo performances of:

  • Meditation (from Thais) by Choir Solo Violinist - Will Lee

  • Piano Duets - Black & White Rag, Arrival of the Queen of Sheba performed by Charles Pavey and Colin Willis 


The electrifying and edgy poetry of Lawrence Ferlinghetti and John Cooper Clarke were performed by Steve Smart. The evening Compere was Tarquin Shaw-Young.

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