Welcome to Radcliffe-on-Trent Male Voice Choir.

OUR NEXT EVENT is on 5th Oct, for details CLICK ON THE POSTER below:

Our home base is the village of Radcliffe on Trent in Nottinghamshire. The Choir was formed in 1983, has sung over 500 Concerts and raised over £400,000 for charity, performing in varied locations including Westminster Hall, The Albert Hall, The Cutty Sark in Greenwich, Belvoir Castle, village halls,  20 different cathedrals and churches.  Internationally, the choir has performed in Belgium, Germany, Italy, France and Wales. We have also exchanged visits with a South African Choir.

As well as singing the membership, friends and families have varied communal interests some of which are seen in the poster above:

The Choir, MD and Musical accompanist in St Mary’s, Radcliffe on 16/6/2018

For the latest information on the Radcliffe Male Voice Choir please visit other pages of this website (www.radcliffeontrentmvc.org). Also a Facebook Page has now been launched at www.facebook.com/ROTMVC.     

NB TEMPORARY CHANGE OF PRACTICE VENUE: From Thursday 3rd Oct. 2019 our practices are held at Radcliffe Hall within the RoT British Legion Complex (NG12 2BB) which adjoins St Mary’s Church.

 NEXT EVENT:  5th October, when we perform at the RoT British Legion Club in support of local charities.

ADVANCE NOTICE!  Members – note the Proposed tour to Cornwall from 17-20th April 2020

Three previous events:                                                                                                         23rd July. Concert at Lark Hill Retirement Village.                                       21st June. Concert at Long Bennington Village Hall.                                      May 11th. Joint Concert w Phoenix Choir at Christ Church, Grantham. Afterglow at Great Gonnerby Social Club.

Earlier in the year-                                                                                                                 Appearance at RoT Parish Council AGM to receive the                 Chairman’s award for services to the Community.  

Representatives of all Awarded Groups

Our Plaque

RMVC Vice Chair Rod Haslam receiving the Plaque from RoT Parish Council Chair David Barton. (nb Photos 1&3 above are courtesy of Michael Bedford.)


                Other recent activity included  a                               SPRING CONCERT TOUR 5th – 7th April 2019

Staying in Cheltenham the Choir had 3 engagements:

  • 6th April – Evening Concert at St Georges Parish Church, Upper Cam. 
  • 1930 6th April – Joint Concert with Cirencester MVC at Cirencester Baptist Church.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                
  • 10th April – Recital in Grange Hall, RoT, in support of the Blue Bird “help for aged” initiative.   

Early in 2019 we held an eight week SINGING COURSE which had started  on 10th January 2019 and attracted ten new members. To mark it’s conclusion  we, together with the course participants, held  a “Mini” CONCERT   on  Thursday 7th March  at the Methodist Church, Shelford Rd., RoT, for partners and friends at which 10 numbers were sung, 5 of which were learnt during the course.  

This was an enjoyable event which, incidentally, also raised £386 for Prostate  Cancer Charities.

For more details of our courses and workshops click on the heading below:-

Singing Courses/Workshops

For details of the first performances of the  2018/19 season see below –

15th December 2018 saw our Christmas Concerts :

In early November 2018 we were proudly part of 2 events commemorating the end of WW1.  These were, on Saturday Nov 3rd, a concert at  All Saints Church, Cotgrave for the local British Legion Poppy appeal;  and on Thursday Nov 8th,  at St Mary’s Radcliffe on Trent in support of RoTs U3A  exhibition illustrating the effects of  WW1  on this village.  

Our first Concert of the 2018/19 season was held at St Peters, Ravenshead, on Saturday 20th October where a full house clearly appreciated the efforts of both ourselves and those of a young lady Soloist, Becky Birch.  As you listen, you can hear echoes of the great female singers, yet her style and voice is uniquely her own.  If you get chance, hear her soon, as she is auditioning for drama schools in 2019 to realise her dream to perform.

The photos are of , top, Eleonora and Michael, accompanist and maestro, below, Ourselves in typical formation.

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MD’s BLOG  –  https://pocketmaestro.wordpress.com/http://radcliffeontrentmvc.org/singing-course