... from Mevagissey
and one of Cornwall’s most accomplished and entertaining choirs.
Sadly, COVID-19 is preventing us from entertaining you with our music for the time being. We have been unable to practise since 9th March, and we have been forced to cancel our events for the foreseeable future – including our concert in Mevagissey Feast Week, which has itself been called off this year. No decision has been taken yet on our August quay concerts.
Any news, when we get it, will be posted in our running news column on the right hand side of this page.
In the meantime, particularly for you folks unfortunate enough to live outside this beautiful part of the world, we have uploaded a stunning video of Mevagissey taken by Sally Mitchell of the Roseland’s Design Room studio.
We’ve also added a gallery of photos of Mevagissey and St Austell Bay, taken recently by Choir members and friends, to remind you of Mevagissey and the local area.
Meanwhile, what better way can there be to put a smile back on your face during lockdown than by listening to our music, available on CD or as individual tracks here.
Mevagissey Male Choir would be delighted to sing for you, whether to raise funds for a good cause, to help celebrate an event, or just for your own pleasure.
To book us for your event, please contact our Concert Secretary, Cliff Burnett, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 01726 833591
How about joining our well known, friendly and fun choir? We currently have approaching 60 members, aged from 18 to 80, but we are always delighted to welcome new faces. Just click here – or, better still, pop into St Andrews at 7.30pm on any Monday evening. You’ll make a host of new friends in an instant.
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You can also raise funds for our Choir by shopping at Amazon, M & S, John Lewis and others on our easyfundraising page. You pay no more and we get a small percentage.
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