Penryn July 2018

14th July, 2018
On Thursday 12th July the choir were invited to sing in a concert as part of Penrynís big thank you to all those who gave their lives during World War 1. The concert was part of Penryn Week. Present was the Deputy Mayor of Penryn, Councillor Chaz Wenmoth who welcomed everyone and... Read More »

Builth Gala Concert

5th July, 2018

Sterts Concert

2nd July, 2018
On a beautiful Summerís afternoon the choir travelled to Liskeard to sing with Sterts choir at the theatre. With a very early start of 5:00pm an audience of over one hundred and fifty gathered to hear both choirs who were in fine voice. Under the theatre canopy the choir divested themselves not only of their jackets, but........ Read More »

Mid Summer 2018

25th June, 2018
Last Sunday, on a beautiful balmy summerís evening, the choir held the first of their three annual concerts in Paul church. Nearly two hundred people were in the audience, gathered to hear the choir and their special guests Katie Kirk and Rick Williams. The choir were in.... Read More »

Farewell Perkins

22nd May, 2018
It is with much sadness that we announce the death of Perkins Matthews who was a Second Tenor and a member of the Choir for over 50 years. Perkins was much loved by everyone in the choir and there has been no-one who has... Read More »

Rededication Of The Paul Church East Window

8th May, 2018
Members of the choir were very privileged to be invited to the rededication of the east window at Paul Church on Sunday 6th May. Attending the service was the Lord Lieutenant of the County, Colonel Edward Bolitho OBE, representatives of those who had restored the window and.... Read More »

Christmas 2107

28th December, 2017
On Friday 22nd Mousehole MVC held their traditional Christmas concert in Paul parish church. Over 350 people gathered not only to hear the choir sing but also to be entertained by Twin Harmony, as well as Steven and Fredrik James playing a duet on the French Horn. This was a family event as Stevenís father is Read More »

Paul Feast Concert 2017

9th October, 2017
On Sunday last the choir performed at Paul Church, as they have done for over sixty years. It was the first time that the choir had sung without the backdrop of the East window behind them as it has now been removed for renovation. Singing on Ďhome turfí meant that the choir had to be at its best, and based on..... Read More »

Summer Festival 2017

14th August, 2017
After all the months of hard work, this yearís Summer Festival Concert is over. In the audience at St Maryís church were holidaymakers from overseas and throughout this country as well as members of many Cornish male choirs. From the comments of those who attended it was indeed ... Read More »

Brittany Trip 2017

2nd August, 2017
At the beginning of July, 120 choir members, family and friends embarked on the choirís tour of Brittany. All those who went, agree that this was one of the best trips the choir has undertaken. Leaving Plymouth on the Wednesday night we arrived at Roscoff on Thursday morning and drove straight to.... Read More »

International Success

24th May, 2017
The Eighth Cornwall International Male Choral Festival is now over and was probably one of the best Festivals since it began in 2003. Having now held two choir practices at Paul Church, disbelief and amazement still hang over West Cornwall ten days after the final concert. It has still not sunk in that Mousehole MVC achieved such a remarkable result. For the record, the Choir... Read More »

International Festival Regional Gala Concert

29th April, 2017
This yearís International Music Festival commenced with Mousehole Male Voice Choir hosting three other choirs on Thursday 27th April with a Regional Gala Concert at Chapel Street Methodist Church. Joining Mousehole Male Voice Choir were Marazion Apollo Male Choir, The Melbourne Welsh Male Choir from Australia and the Grass Valley Male Voice Choir from California. This was one of the first concerts of a weekend filled with... Read More »

Opened by HRH The Duke of Kent

12th April, 2017
The Chair and Trustees of the Solomon Browne Hall invited the choir to sing at the official opening of the hall last Monday. The official opening was performed by HRH The Duke of Kent KG who arrived by helicopter and then travelled by car to the harbour front. The Duke of Kent walked up Duck street, where the choir was originally formed in 1909, and was greeted by other dignitaries. Forty members of Mousehole Male Voice Choir were there too, singing an..... Read More »

British Empire Medal for Ken Prouse

10th April, 2017
On a beautiful Sunday afternoon Mousehole Male Voice choir assembled, with friends and family, at St Thomasí church in Heamoor for a very special occasion. One of our second tenors, Ken Prouse, was being presented with his British Empire Medal by the Lord Lieutenant of the county, Colonel Edward Bolitho OBE. Kenís award was in recognition of all his work, over many years, to the.... Read More »

CORNWALL MUSIC FESTIVAL SUCCESS

29th March, 2017
On Friday 17th March the choir competed in Class E2 of the Cornwall Music Festival. This class was for Male Voice Choirs with more than 30 singers. Competing with Mousehole for the Holman Cup was St Stythians Male Voice Choir. Mousehole sang two pieces, Mark Hayes arrangement of 'The Battle of Jericho' and 'Sing Your Way Home' by Joseph M Martin. Singing first was St Stythians, and from their opening piece of music it was very clear that Mousehole were.... Read More »
Next 15 Posts »
Website designed & developed by Design UNLTD