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NEXT EVENT

The choir has now returned from its Summer recess and rehearsals have recommenced on Mondays at Holy Trinity Church, Malvern Link. Our next concert is: 

SUNDAY 13TH NOVEMBER 2022, 7.00PM
'Commemoration for Armistice'

The Church of the Ascension, Somers Park Avenue, Malvern, WR14 1XA
CENTENARY
This is the oldest known photo of the Malvern Male Voice Choir (MMVC)
REHEARSAL MUSIC 2021-22
  • 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

POTENTIAL EXTRAS

  • Blue Moon

  • Memory

  • My Lord What a Mornin'

  • Rhythm of Life

  • The Holy City

  • The Water of Tyne

  • Waltzing Matilda

 
LATEST NEWS
A Standing Ovation at Great Witley - 10th Oct 2022

The choir continued its series of Centenary concerts in the beautiful setting of the prestigious baroque church at Great Witley. The choir performed pieces from across the globe including 'Gwahoddiad', 'Shenandoah' and our centennial commissioned piece, 'On Malvern Hill'.

 

We were privileged to be accompanied by the Pirton Paddock Saxophone Quartet who performed a medley of Scottish and Irish folk songs in the first half and more well-known songs in the second half, culminating with the song everyone can't help smiling to - the theme from the Pink Panther'!

 

The audience also heard a duet sung by Graham Purcocks and Gordon Burrows from 'The Pearl Fishers'. Graham sang three other solos and the audience were in fine voice joining in with the chorus from John Denver's Country Roads.

Great Witley September Concert.jpg

The choir ended the concert with 'The Rose' and our most popular piece 'American Trilogy', during which the church's amazing Baroque organ is heard. You can hear the recording of these two songs by clicking on the title links above.

 

The choir, soloist and quartet were given a standing ovation at the end, something rarely witnessed and, for which, we were greatly appreciative.