Welcome to Radcliffe-on-Trent Male Voice Choir
Our home base is in the village of Radcliffe-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, from where we have made music since 1983 in the course of singing over 500 concerts in many parts of the UK but also France, Belgium, Italy, Germany and South Africa. (nb you may enlarge the images, above and below, by clicking on them; to return to the text page on a PC click on the Top Left arrow; if using another device, go back one page).
NEXT EVENTS: 7pm 2nd June 2018 at EPWORTH, LINCS. & 16th June at Radcliffe on Trent.
Epworth was the birthplace of John and Charles Wesley, founders of Methodism.
OUR LAST EVENT
was a Concert at St John’s Church. Whatton , NG13 9EN. with Soloist Carolyn Sharpe. The choir performed their varied set to a an enthusiastic audience in the beautiful and historic church of St John of Beverley in the delightful setting of Whatton, a small village along the A52. The church is associated with Thomas Cranmer who came from nearby Aslockton and has a William Morris window. One of the high points of the concert was the performance of Caroline Sharpe accompanied by Nest Harris. Her exquisite voice drew admiration from audience and choir alike. Her repertoire included the Ivor Novello pieces Waltz of My Heart and My Dearest Dear, the jazz number Cry Me A River, and opera pieces Adele’s Laughing Song from Die Fledermaus and the well-known O Mio Babbino Caro, amongst others. It’s no wonder that she won the Mario Lanza Opera prize in 2009. (Bill Hill, Media Officer).
Earlier in the year was our WEEKEND SPRING TOUR when we sang in ELY Cathedral at 1 pm on 6th April, and with the Huntingdon MVC , in a joint concert at 7.30pm on Sat. 7th April. The latter venue being St Mary’s Church in Godmanchester. ( The photos are of , top, Eleonora and Michael, accompanist and maestro, below, the Godmanchester event).