Mevagissey Male Choir
One of Cornwall’s finest male choirs
We are now in our 42nd year. September’s Hall for Cornwall concert will be our 1,034 th and, a month
later, we will be jetting off to Cyprus to sing with two local Military Wives Choirs.
We believe our success reflects our willingness to embrace all genres of music, and to take on ever
more challenging pieces, without sacrificing quality. Our determination to entertain remains paramount. If you want to know what we mean, come and hear us!
Earlier this summer, we were joined by the Culdrose Military Wives Choir for a spectacular evening at Porthcurno’s Minack Theatre, and have recently enjoyed successful concerts at St Michael’s Church in Newquay, Holsworthy Theatre, St Peter’s Church, Noss Mayo; in St Mary’s Church, Penzance, with the Orpheus Choir; St Enoder’s and Mevagissey’s traditional Feast Week.
If you can’t wait, and you’re in Mevagissey on a Monday (apart from August), why not pop into St Andrew’s at 7.30pm and hear us practise? You’ll be made very welcome! If you’re male, you may even like to join us -
Remember, Remember 10th September!!!
Note the date now. TV’s original Plymouth Military Wives Choir, fresh from their recent triumph at New York’s Carnegie Hall, are coming to sing with us in a gala concert at Truro’s Hall for Cornwall. The ladies, who topped the charts with ‘Wherever You Are’ after starring in Gareth Malone’s hugely popular BBC2 series ‘The Choir’, are joining us again for what should be a wonderful evening’s entertainment.
It will be the fifth time we’ve shared a stage – they were guests at our 40th Anniversary Concert at Eden in 2014, and we joined them for a sell-
Tickets are already on sale (click here) – via www.hallforcornwall.co.uk or ask any Mevagissey choir member – so waste no time if you don’t want to be disappointed. (We even hope our new Christmas CD will be ready! In the meantime, we’ll be spending every August Monday evening on the Mevagissey quayside -
Full details of all our engagements can be found here.
Plymouth Guildhall with Plymouth Military Wives
The Minack Theatre
The 40th Anniversary concert at the Eden Project
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Click to hear Cornish Hearts:
Tracy Wilson, BBC Radio Cornwall
“I do have a weakness for the sound of male voice choirs, and Mevagissey did not disappoint. They performed such a wide repertoire that there was literally something for everyone . . .”
“On my first visit to Mevagissey, I heard of your choir, attended a performance and heard the angels sing. I've heard other choirs, but truly, you're the best.”
“I have been listening to the choir since the ‘80s. It really relaxes me and helps me chill out on our holiday.”
“The Mevagissey Male Voice choir are not like other choirs …. they all have the most amazing voices and when put together come up with lovely harmonies.”
Judy Ward, Cornish & Devon Post, Penstowe Park
… your August concert on the Mevagissey Quay in aid of Nepal Earthquake Appeal raised over £750. …thank you…
Phil Bullen, Shelterbox
“My husband Gene and I would like to thank you for your fantastic performance… American Trilogy was absolutely brilliant . . .”
Anne Bleile, Delaware, USA
“We bought a CD after the [Minack] concert and whilst listening to 'Cornish Hearts' as we drove home, I was amazed to realise that I was crying.”
. . . your concert at Tywardreath Church raised over £1,000 for our charity.”
Karen Murrish, Cornwall Hospice Care
What they say about us . . .
If you want to hear about us on BBC Radio 3’s “The Choir” programme. Click to hear a recording.
Welcome aboard the MMC website
The MMC preparing for 2016 season and hope you’ll come to see us ‘at home’.
We sing on the quay on Mondays in August.
We were back at the Minack on 14th May
Members of the MMC couldn’t resist admiring the singing of our guests, Culdrose Military Wives
Juliet, Juliet, wherefore art thou Juliet?
Little wonder that both audiences and performers love the Minack
St Mary’s, Penzance
Paul Pearce sings a solo at St Enoder
Some key moments of our 2016 season
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