Ralph McTell made a surprise guest appearance at our Gala Concert on 30th May, performing, with the backing of the Choir, his ‘Streets of London’ hit (which was celebrating its own 40th anniversary). It was just one of many special moments on what was a magnificent night of singing at the Eden Project’s Gallery, with the excellent Cornwall Sinfonia Orchestra and the wonderful Plymouth Military Wives. Alison Harvey sang her ‘Whispering Hope’ as beautifully as ever, and the event was brilliantly compere’d by the Choir’s great friend, Nick Hart. A full house of over 400 guests enjoyed one of the Choir’s best nights ever, providing TWO standing ovations! Well done everyone!

We have also been on BBC Radio 3 recently on “The Choir” programme. Click on the link below to hear the clip from the programme.


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Our next concert is:

St Andrews Church, Christmas Concert, Mevagissey

6th December at 7.30 pm

Plymouth Military Wives singing at the Minack Theatre with the Mevagissey Male Choir on 10th May 2014.

We were delighted that they joined us again at our Gala Concert on 30th May at the Eden Project

Mevagissey Male Choir singing at Minack Theatre on 10th May. The performance was sold out!

This year we celebrated our 40th Anniversary and we held a series of special concerts. The first two, at the Minack theatre and Eden Project were both sold out. We were joined by the the Plymouth Military Wives at both with special guests Ralph McTell and Alison Harvey. The third special concert was held at Sterts Theatre with the Culdrose Military Wives Choir.

Welcome to the Mevagissey Male Choir website. Mevagissey is a small, picturesque, working fishing village with a population of around 2,500 and lies on the South Coast of Cornwall midway between Plymouth and Falmouth. Now firmly on the tourist map, Mevagissey is the very epitome of a Cornish fishing village, with its twin harbours nestled in the corner of a sheltered bay. Its narrow, winding streets are lined  with cob and slate fishermen’s cottages all converging onto the quay side. We hope to see you here enjoying the scenery and our music at one of the many concerts we give each year.

Mevagissey also boasts one of the largest and most successful Male Voice Choirs in the County. Male Voice Choirs are traditionally very popular within Cornwall, with some 26 choirs belonging to the Cornish Federation, which has approximately 1300 singers out of a population of about half a million.


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