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A lively and friendly choir in the heart of the Cotswolds


Cirencester Abbey grounds with frost
Photo: Chris Hailstone

3 Choirs Christmas Concert

We offer our sincere thanks to the wonderful people who packed the Parish Church of St John Baptist for the 3 Choirs at Christmas concert. With carols sung by our audience and performances by the Cirencester Male Voice Choir, the Cirencester Singers, and the Cirencester Community Choir it proved to be a joyous celebration of Christmas.

Parish Church filled with people

New Music Director to lead the Choir

We are absolutely delighted to announce that James Willshire has joined our Choir as Music Director. James has a stellar reputation for his performances, and is highly regarded as a pianist and educator.

A hugely talented member of the Keyboard Department faculties at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, James’ piano performances have been described as a ‘compelling’ and ‘brilliant’. Read more about James.

James Willshire
James Willshire

A Glorious Day At The Blessing Of The Statues

The Cirencester Male Voice Choir were delighted to be invited to perform at the Blessing of the Tower Statues at the Parish Church of St John Baptist. But a mystery that has lingered for more than 50 years still remains…. Read More

At Tower Statues Blessing in Cirencester

Aiming for a brighter Summer

In May 2022 some 60 choirs from all over the world will gather in Cornwall for the International Male Choral Festival. It is a wonderful remarkable way of keeping male choral singing alive. Concerts take place over six days in most major towns of the county.. Read More…

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Singing in Harmony

While we are a social men’s choir in the Cotswolds, we also take our singing seriously and are proud to have sung alongside so many wonderful choirs. We have performed with the London WelshCotswoldCaldicot, and Gloucestershire Police Male Voice Choirs, The Brize Norton Military Wives, the Cirencester Singers, Cirencester Community Choir, the Blue Notes,  Southampton Youth Concert Sinfonia, Norway’s Sandneskameratene Choir, and Ireland’s Gracenotes Ladies’ Choir.

New Members are always welcome to join us at any time. We had a whale of a time at our last open evening. Songs of the sea are not a stable of the CMVC but you could almost smell the ocean and taste the salt air as the choir and guests took on the Wellerman.