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Thursday, April 4, 2019

Hear Our Song!

We were proud and pleased to be invited by BBC Wiltshire to help them celebrate their 30th birthday today. For those who didn't get to hear it in real time, our rendition of "Happy Birthday To You" can be heard at 3 mins 30 secs into the Graham Rogers show here...

Many thanks to Graham Coatman for his great arrangement which we thought sounded fantastic!

Here's a few photos of the recording session courtesy of Michele Jenner...



Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Welcome to Our New Choral Director!

Pewsey Male Voice Choir were delighted by the quality of the candidates who came forward in response to our vacancy for a new Choral Director and are delighted to announce the appointment of Graham Coatman to the role. Having moved from Yorkshire to Wiltshire for family reasons just over a year ago, Graham is looking to build on his impressive CV with a new portfolio of choirs in our area and we look forward to making a start with him on Mon 4th Feb.

Monday, January 7, 2019

New Year, New Era ...

Happy 2019 to all our members, supporters and followers as we embark upon the next chapter of our story ... appointing a new Choral Director ... whilst this will be the focus in January we remain a non-audition choir so if joining in the fun of singing is part of your New Year's Resolution you're assured a warm welcome: Mondays (14th Jan onwards), 7:15-9:00pm St.Johns, Church St, Pewsey.

Saturday, December 1, 2018

The Busiest Month ...

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Check out our Gallery to see what we've been up to.

Below you'll see details of our upcoming engagements at Pewsey Fire Station and the Heritage Centre. We are also doing Netheravon Phoenix Hall on Tues 11th, 11:00 am, Carols for Commuters at 7:00am on Mon 17th at Pewsey Railway Station and finally supporting the carol service at St.John's on Thurs 20th, 6:30pm. Happy Christmas all.


Friday, November 16, 2018

Ups and Downs

So far November has proved to be a hectic, harrowing month for Pewsey Male Voice Choir.

We already knew that our Choral Director of the past five years or so Daryl Taylor needed to stand down in order to fulfil travelling ambitions in retirement. We wish him all the best and have set the ball rolling to find his successor. Next we learned of the passing of long-standing members, firstly, Second Tenor Bernard Gaskin from Manningford and then, poignantly on Remembrance Sunday as we sang at Milton Lilbourne, our former Chairman, current Social Secretary and stalwart Bass 2 John Marshall. Our heartfelt condolences to the families of both our good friends.

Appropriately enough some uplift was provided on the night of Tues 13th when a sizeable contigent of members and supporters went over to the Wiltshire Air Ambulance HQ at Semington to serenade the helicopter, fundraising staff and aircrew whilst handing over a cheque for £2,000 (being the sum we have raised for the service this year).