The Great Norfolk Tour

July 7th to 9th 2017 saw CMVC ‘on tour’ to Norfolk.  After an early morning start the choir arrived at Norwich Cathedral for their first concert.  The setting and acoustics were brilliant and the choir performed for an hour, without stopping!  Songs included Speed your journey, The Lords Prayer, Morte Christe and To where you [...]

Another Great Carlton Festival Concert

Saturday 29th April 2017 – another great festival concert was enjoyed by a near sell out audience at Nottingham’s Albert Hall.  Ian Watts in his first Festival Concert as MD brought out the best in the choir with a variety of music to suit all tastes, from  ”The Lord’s Prayer” “Love Divine” “The Water is [...]

2017 Music Maker Winner

The choir are delighted to announce that the winner of the Carlton Male Voice Choir Music Makers Award for 2017 is 18 year old Christopher Hill.  Chris comes from East Leake and was educated at Trent College, he is now at Oxford University on a Choral & Instrumental Scholarship and receives tuition in flute at [...]

Listen to a rehearsal

Hear the choir recorded at a recent rehearsal – this was part of the preparation for the first concert of 2017 at Hucknall – we will be no doubt singing these at other concerts throughout the year.  We look forward to seeing you at one of our future concerts. Follow this link to hear the [...]

2017 Festival Concert

We are delighted to announce details of our Festival Concert in April. Come along and hear the choir’s brand new repertoire as MD Ian Watts conducts his first Festival with an eclectic mix, featuring traditional male voice favourites, some accompanied on the magnificent Albert Hall Binns Organ, and well-known pop songs – as you may [...]

Largest Number of Applicants for Music Maker Award

Entries for the Carlton Male Voice Choir Music Makers Award are now closed. We’re thrilled to have received the largest number of applicants in nineteen years of the competition as well as the broadest range of types of entry. This includes male and female vocalists and a wide spectrum of instrumentalists. It looks like being [...]

New Harmony Editor

After many years as editor of ‘Harmony’, the choir newsletter, Robert Van Haazel has put down his pen and handed over the duties of editor to Roger Holland.  Roger is already asking for articles to include in the next issue of Harmony which will be available in April 2017 and deadlines for inclusion in this [...]

Wow What a Year

In the first days of 2017 we take a quick look back at what a year 2016 has been for Carlton Male Voice Choir.  A sell out Festival Concert in April, the Choir singing at the Menin Gate and concerts in Holland, visitors from Flint, retirement of Terry Moore as MD, Ian Watts taking over [...]

Christmas concert sell out!

We’ve been taken aback by the unprecedented demand for tickets for the choir’s Christmas Concert on the 17th of December, so much so that all tickets have now been sold with three weeks to go. We know this will come as a big disappointment and we have already begun to consider what we might do [...]

The search is on…

The Choir is pleased to announce that entries are now open for the Carlton Male Voice Choir Music Makers Award 2017. The search is on for a young musician (voice or instrument) who lives in or is educated in Nottinghamshire to succeed violinist Braimah Kanneh-Mason, the latest in a long line of talented youngsters who have lifted [...]