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Mevagissey Male Choir

Founded 1974

In 2014 we celebrated and performed our 1,000th concert, testimony to our continuing popularity and to our philosophy that to survive we need to entertain. Over 40 years we have given more than 1,000 concerts, singing.

three times in Westminster Abbey – the only male choir ever to have done so - and have raised many thousands of pounds for some very worthy causes.


We would love to see you at any of our concerts. Please click to download our full concert schedule.


If you can’t wait and you’re in Mevagissey on a Monday evening, why not pop into St Andrews at 7.30 pm and hear us practise?  You’ll be made very welcome! Or, if you’re male, maybe you’d like to join us and make 50 new friends in an instant? If so, click here, or contact Graham Rundle on 07799 512295  or any officer on the Contacts page. If you’re female, or just like to listen, simply relax with one of our five CDs, which you can order here.



Mevagissey

One of Cornwall’s finest male choirs

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Do you think male voice choirs only sing traditional hymns and church music? Think again. Have your heard Freddie Mercury’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ in four-part harmony? Or Leonard Cohen’s ‘Hallelujah’, Robbie Williams’ ‘Angels’, or  Queen’s ‘Fat Bottomed Girls’?

Mevagissey Male Choir’s adventurous, modern and wide-ranging repertoire includes them all. Musicals, pop, opera and the classics, as well, of course, as traditional male voice choir pieces and songs from Cornwall’s own rich choral heritage.

Come and hear for yourself.  Our 2016 season begins on Saturday, 14th May, at 7:45 pm, at the spectacular Minack Theatre, where we are looking forward to welcoming the Culdrose Military Wives for a joint concert.

   

Plymouth Guildhall with Plymouth Military Wives

If you have any comments about or problems with this website, please click to contact the web manager.

See this wonderful chronicle (for PC users or here for tabs and phones) of our 1,000-plus concerts! More info to follow . . .

 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 . . .”

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.


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