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A huge Thank You to everyone who came along to our Christmas Charity Concerts at St Mary’s Church, Radcliffe On Trent, in December. A corresponding gallery of our Christmas sponsors’ adverts has also been uploaded. At least £3000 was raised for The Multiple Sclerosis Society, Nottingham Branch. See Events Diary for information on future performances.

1930 at Southwell Minster on 30 May 2015. A joint concert with the Military Wives Cranwell and the Nottinghamshire Band of the Royal Engineers. Tickets available from the Minster Shop and RoTMVC members.
The Choir is in the early stages of considering a kind invitation to take part in this prestigious event. Watch this space!
The wheels are well and truly in motion for our tour in April. There is even an interest from some in extra-curricular study of the Breton national anthem!
We will be singing on stage from 1415 to 1445 in the hall, itself.

Recent Concert News and Updates

Some photos from our recent Christmas Charity Concert in aid of The Multiple Sclerosis Society, Nottingham

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An amazing sample of Radcliffe on Trent Male Voice Choir in full voice! Little Innocent Lamb

A cappella – A standard of the choral repertoire, this setting has a gentleness and an infectious inner rhythm that sings with honesty and clarity directly to the heart.(arr. Marshall Bartholomew)

A rendition of The Peacemakers in St Mary’s Church, Radcliffe-on-Trent, 07 August 2014.

Waldo Williams, a Pembrokeshire-born poet, wrote Y Tangnefeddwyr, translated as The Peacemakers, in 1941, after witnessing the bombing of Swansea which was targeted by the German Luftwaffe on three successive nights in February that year. The Croydon Male Voice Choir have some excellent background on their website: http://www.croydonmalevoicechoir.co.uk/2010-11-21-14-37-30.

Although this piece is set in WW2, we thought that its mood and content fitted with the WW1 theme.