Welcome to the Mayo Male Voice Choir website. (Download a PDF of the layout here 853 Kb)
The purpose of this website is to provide an outline and photos of the history of the choir, photos and video from trips to Luton and Hoechstadt and outline of plans for the immediate and longer term future.
Since the choir was established in 2000 it has grown from strength to strength and now has a total of 48 men who travel from all parts of Mayo to rehearse and perform together. The choir has been under the direction of the very accomplished and talented Ms. Deirdre Lee since it’s inception. Deirdre is a music teacher at St. Joseph’s Secondary School so her expertise and experience are invaluable to the choir.
Members Section 2017 – just begun – details of our trip to Wales in April 2017 added and all music for 2016/2017 season
MMVC needs you – if you think you may be interested in joining the choir, now is the time! Use the contact form below to get more details or for any other information about the Choir.
The Mayo Male Voice Choir is currently seeking new talent to join its ranks and participate in its many popular performances throughout the year. The choir, which has members from all over Mayo, provides a wonderful showcase for some of the finest male singers in the county as well as offering a rewarding social outlet to members.
The choir was formed some years ago and to date has more than 50 members. The group has performed to wide acclaim in numerous venues, including The Royal Theatre in Castlebar where it staged its 10th anniversary celebrations. Under the directorship of Deirdre Lee the choir continues to go from strength to strength and plans are currently under way for a performance in the National Concert Hall later this year.
Present members of the choir hail from numerous Mayo areas including Castlebar, Ballinrobe, Swinford, Foxford, Belcarra and Crimlin.
New members are now being sought from throughout the county and all are welcome.
Please use the contact form below to express your interest or ask any questions.