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Newquay, Cornwall's surf & holiday capital is home to an excellent Male Voice Choir. The Choir has nearly 40 members who come from all walks of life and are united by a love of singing which takes place in a wide range of venues. In recent years, the choir has performed in chapels, churches, preaching pits, schools and cathedrals and have entertained in pubs, clubs, marquees, hotels and conference centres.

We hope that you can find all the information that you require about our Male Voice Choir which has its home in Cornwall’s premier holiday resort boasting “the finest coastline and beaches in Europe”.


The choir rehearses on a Wednesday Evening  6.45 for 7.pm start at St Michaels Church, Marcus Hill, Newquay. 
No previous Singing experience required .


11th November 2016

Newquay Male Voice Choir is delighted to be back at Lane Theatre in what seems to be becoming a biennial performance.  For one evening only on the 11th November they will be presenting an evening of musical entertainment with the assistance of some special guests.

The choir have been working hard under their new Musical Director, Richard Braebrook, to produce a new Newquay MVC sound which has already excited and entertained very large audiences locally, including at the Newquay Fish Festival, and, further afield, on their recent tour to Yorkshire and Dorset.  The choir will also feature its own a capella chorus, Oll an Gwella, who will bring their own inimitable style to a repertoire of pieces ranging from 4-part harmony classics through songs about and of Cornwall to raucous sea shanties.  Oll an Gwella proudly represented Cornwall at the huge Festival Interceltique de Lorient held in Brittany in August.

To complement this, the choir are delighted to be joined by soprano soloist, Tamsin Brooks, someone who needs no introduction locally; a Newquay girl with a beautiful voice.

Coming from further afield in the east of the county is Roger James, a funny and delightful entertainer with a fund of Cornish anecdotes and stories.  Roger will be making a rare journey westwards and should be assured a very warm welcome.

As if all this was not enough, those attending should be prepared for audience participation, particularly in a finale of songs reflecting the significance of the date of the concert, Armistice Day.  Flags and bunting are optional but encouraged!

A reinvigorated male voice choir, an incorrigible a capella male chorus, a beautiful soprano soloist and a humorous raconteur will make for an evening full of energy and entertainment with something for everyone’s taste.  And there could yet be even more to be added!  

Jim Christophers (for Newquay MVC)

Mob.: 07971 271693