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 »


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 »

John Trevorrow Harry

8th March, 2017
It was with much sadness that we announced the death of John Harry who passed away peacefully at The Royal Cornwall Hospital in Truro on 15th February. John was the Choir's accompanist for twenty-two years until... Read More »

Christmas Concert 2016

23rd December, 2016
Christmas has a special place in the heart of Mousehole. The famed harbour lights, visited by thousands, complete the festive scene around the... Read More »

Class Winners

16th November, 2016
After three months of hard work the choir entered Camborne Music Festival on Saturday, singing in the Senior class for Male Voice Choirs. We found ourselves in competition with Four Lanes Male Choir and St Stythians Male Voice Choir (the previous years winners), and after a very close contest, the choir won their class and... Read More »

Paul Feast 2016

10th October, 2016
With well over 70 singers - and still increasing year by year - there was a sterling show with melodies old and new of high quality entertainment under the direction of Stephen Lawry with accompanist Annette Turton. The eager audience, many of them 'home for feast' gave them a.... Read More »

Summer Festival 2016

10th August, 2016
MEZZO-SOPRANO star FARYL SMITH wowed the large audience at the annual highlight of the Mousehole Male Voice Choir year. From opera arias to light musical highlights she displayed her... Read More »

Thanksgiving Service at Exeter Cathedral

29th July, 2016
It is fair to say that over the years Mousehole have sung in many wonderful venues and have been invited to countless prestigious events. The BBC, America, the Royal Albert Hall, cathedrals all over the country including York, Wells and Southwark are just a few names and places that... Read More »

Special guest artist Faryl Smith

7th July, 2016
Appearing at the Summer festival (Sunday 7th August at St Mary's Penzance), Faryl sprang to national attention as a 13 year old on ITVís ĎBritainís Got Talentí, when Simon Cowell told her she was...... Read More »

Sierra Nevada Winds Orchestra

28th June, 2016
Last Friday at St. Mary's Church in Penzance, Mousehole Male Voice Choir and the Sierra Nevada Wind Orchestra gave the Golowan Gala Concert to a packed audience. The 40 strong orchestra, under the guidance of Musical Director Dr. Robert Halseth, came over from California with a... Read More »

Midsummer Concert 2016

20th June, 2016
MIDSUMMER is one of the major dates in the Mousehole Male Voice Choir's 'home' concert calendar and everything turned up rosy - except the climate... Read More »

Spirit of Mounts Bay - May 2016

2nd June, 2016
Glorious weather, a holiday weekend, Cornwall beating Cheshire at Twickenham to retain the County Championship and, on the undercard, an England 3rd XV thrashing the hapless Welsh. Could it get any better? Well the packed audience at St. Mary's Church in Penzance certainly thought so judging from the thunderous.... Read More »

Bournemouth 2016

21st May, 2016
The choir were really blessed with the weather over the weekend, when 120 choir members, family and friends crossed the Tamar for a weekend away in... Read More »

Spring Concert 2016

14th April, 2016
In one of the worst storms the county has seen, a large audience came out to hear the choir sing with Penzance Orpheus Ladies Choir, both under the musical direction of Stephen Lawry. Whilst the choirs sang, everyone... Read More »
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