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Mevagissey Male Choir

Founded 1974

One of Cornwall’s finest male choirs


CDs, Cyprus and Harvest of the Sea!

Welcome to the website of Mevagissey Male Choir, one of Cornwall’s most popular and progressive male choirs, as we embark our exciting autumn programme. Events include the launch of our Christmas CD, ‘Sing for the Child’, a week-long trip to Cyprus and our annual ‘Harvest of the Sea’ concert at our St Andrew’s home.

Sing for the Child’, our first ever Christmas CD is now on sale. It was officially launched at our hugely successful gala concert with the Plymouth Military Wives at the Hall for Cornwall in September by Tim Thornton, Bishop of Truro and brilliant compère. It’s a perfect mix of popular seasonal songs and traditional Cornish carols, and includes wonderful contributions from Mevagissey Ladies Choir.

We travel to Cyprus in mid-October, where will sing with two other Military Wives Choirs. Before then, on 9th October, we will be in Mevagissey for the traditional ‘Harvest of the Sea’ service.

Full details of all our forthcoming events can be found here.

If you’re in Mevagissey on a Monday (apart from August, when we’er on the Quay), why not pop into St Andrew’s at 7.30pm and hear us practise? You’ll be made very welcome! If you’re male, you may even like to join us - and make 50 new friends in an instant! If so, click here, or contact Graham Rundle on 07799 512295, or any officer here. If you’re female, or just like to listen, simply relax with one of our six CDs, which you can order here.

Plymouth Guildhall with Plymouth Military Wives

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See this wonderful chronicle (for PC users or here for tabs and phones) of our 1,000-plus concerts! More info to follow . . .

Tracy Wilson, BBC Radio Cornwall

“I do have a weakness for the sound of male voice choirs, and Mevagissey did not disappoint. They performed such a wide repertoire that there was literally something for everyone . . .”

What they say about us . . .