Two Eighty-year-olds celebrate in 2015

St Francis Church in Welwyn Garden City is celebrating its 80th Anniversary this year and presented a Flower Festival over the weekend 4th/5th July 2015.

Welwyn Garden City Male Voice Choir is also proud to be entering its 80th year in 2015 and the church dedicated one of the displays to the choir.

A spectacular 80th Anniversary Concert will take place on Saturday 14th November at the Hawthorne Theatre Welwyn Garden City.

Tickets are on sale now. Please click on Web Links for rapid access to the theatre website.



The choir celebrated its 75th birthday in 2010. To mark that milestone, our Patron said:
"May I take this opportunity to firstly congratulate the choir on reaching such a wonderful landmark and secondly wish you all an amazing time in celebrating the 75 years. Last but not least enjoy the singing."
"Hyderaf y bydd cyrraedd 75 o flynyddoedd gyda'r Côr yn gyfle arbennig i ymfalchio yn y llwyddiant. Mwynhewch y flwyddyn o ddathlu a chlodforwch y ddawn i ganu."
Patron: Bryn Terfel

Our latest CD "Live at 75" is now available. It features live recordings from concerts given in Hertfordshire during the Choir's Jubilee year, and costs only £8. To order your copy, please telephone Hugh Smith on 01438 215727

We welcome enquiries for bookings. Charity events incur a minimum charge of just £50. 
The minimum charge for non-charitable occasions is £300.
The Choir is available to sing at Weddings. Add even more harmony to your special day with the memorable sounds of your local Male Voice Choir.
Contact our Secretary: see 'Contact us'.

President: Lord Salisbury

WGC Male Voice Choir in Vauxhall anniversary concert

We were privileged and delighted to take part in a nearly 200-voice massed concert at Dunstable on Saturday, June 15th 2013.  We were one of five choirs celebrating the seventieth anniversary of the Vauxhall Male Voice Choir. The programme consisted of sixteen pieces, ranging from When the Saints go Marching In to Battle Hymn of the Republic, and an audience-participation finale, Jerusalem.  The other invited MVCs were Wycombe Orpheus, Brighton Welsh and Croydon.
There were solo spots for soprano Lynn Deacon and organist James Banville. The concert was enthusiastically received by the 250-strong audience. Afterwards the five choirs gathered at Dunstable Leisure Centre for an afterglow and prize-giving.

[ Photo Courtesy Croydon MVC]