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Concert Schedule 2018

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Hereford Police Male Choir over six decades has built a reputation for quality singing and all–round good entertainment. That's why the Choir is in big demand across the region, singing in churches, village halls, garden parties and weddings. It is estimated the choir has, over the years, helped concert organisers raise £1m for charities. Contact Choir Secretary David Coulson to enquire about concert dates.

Note: Concerts usually commence at 7.30pm unless otherwise stated.

Saturday, 24th March
Annual St David's Day concert at Hereford Shire Hall

Saturday, 14th April
Concert at St Mary's Church, Ross–on–Wye in aid of church funds.

Saturday, 28th April
Mayor's Concert at Hereford Shire Hall

Saturday, 12th May
Charity Concert with other choirs at Hereford Cathedral

Saturday, 19th May
Concert to mark the 40th anniversary of The Royal National College for the Blind at Hereford Shire Hall.

Saturday, 16th June
The Choir joins Avon & Somerset Police Choir for a concert in Hereford Shire Hall.

Sunday, 24th June
Concert of Midsummer Music at Hartlebury Castle, Worcestershire, organised by former Chief Constable Paul West. NB start 3pm.

Saturday, 13th October
The London Welsh Festival of Male Voice Choirs in The Royal Albert Hall.

Tuesday, 11th December
Annual Christmas concert at Hereford Crematorium. NB. start 7pm.

Saturday, 15th December
Carols at Hereford Racecourse.

Thursday 20th December
Annual Christmas concert in aid of The Army Benevolent Fund at Hereford Cathedral

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Hereford City Council is one of our sponsors

Another hectic year

Last year was busy as the choir celebrated its Diamond Jubilee, and 2018 is going to be just as hectic. As well as their own concert repertoire the police choir's weekly rehearsal will involve learning a complete concert programme – some in Welsh – for the highly prestigious London Welsh Festival of Male Voice Choirs in October, staged at the Royal Albert Hall in London, one of the world's most famous concert halls. The choir has been privileged to be invited to the Royal Albert Hall on many occasions to sing as part of a massed choir alongside some world–class international male voice choirs. Said one chorister:

“We have all watched on television great music events like The Proms, as well as classical and pop concerts, and been overawed by the acoustic quality of this magnificent building. But actually to be there on stage, accompanied by a full orchestra and singing to an audience of 5000, is a magical musical moment few others will ever experience.”

The choir is recognised as a great ambassador for the West Mercia Police Force, which has just celebrated its 50th anniversary. To mark the occasion we will be performing at the Force headquarters at Hindlip, Worcester, in February. Hereford's Royal National College for the Blind this year marks its 40th anniversary in the city, and the Choir is delighted to have been asked to stage a concert to mark the occasion.

Hay-on-Wye is world–renowned for its annual Literature Festival and this Spring the Police Choir will be making its debut at the Festival, on a date yet to be announced. The invitation is yet another recognition of the choir's high standing in the world of music. It's this hard–earned reputation which has attracted a recent influx of new choristers to join the Choir's ranks, and although the choir has a busy year lined up there is still the opportunity to fit in a few more.
Contact Choir Secretary David Coulson 01527 875944

If you have any queries, or want to discuss booking the choir for a concert in your own town or village contact

David Coulson, Secretary on

01527 875944

or by using the Contact Form