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Concert Schedule 2014

Picture of Hereford Police Male Choir in Hereford Cathedral

The year 2014 is highly significant as it was on July 28th, 100 years ago that World War One started. Hereford Police Male Choir will be commemorating this anniversary with some very special concerts.

On Sunday June 8th the choir will sing at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire in tribute to all those who gave their lives in what became known as The Great War. The outdoor concert in front of the main memorial starts at 3pm.


Saturday, 25th January 2014
Joint concert with Brecon Male Voice Choir in Brecon. 7.30 pm

Saturday, 1st March
Special St. David's Day with Neath Male Voice Choir at Hereford Shire Hall. 7.30 pm

Friday, 4th April
Concert at Hereford Shire Hall, raising money for the Sensory Unit Appeal for Blackmarston School. 7.30 pm

Saturday, 26th April
Young Musicians' Bursary Adjudication at Holy Trinity Church, Whitecross, Hereford.
All welcome to hear some of our finest young musicians play. 2.00pm.

Saturday, 17th May
The Annual Concert concert at The Shirehall, Hereford. 7pm.
Guest soloists:Denise Leigh, soprano and Stephen John Davis.
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Sunday, 8th June
An outdoor concert at the National Memorial Arboretum, Alrewas, Staffordshire to commemorate the start of World War One a century ago. 3.00 pm

Saturday, 28th June
The Choir sings at an event at THe Shirehall, Hereford, to mark Armed Forces Day. 12 noon

Sunday, 13th July
Concert at Lower Hope Gardens, Ullingswick in aid of the Open Gardens Charity 3.00 pm

Sunday, 10th August
Concert at Lower Hope Gardens, Ullingswick in aid of St Michael's Hospice 3.00 pm

Saturday, 27th September
Concert at St. Mary's Church, Kington, as part of the Kington Festival. Time: tbc

Saturday, 18th October
Hereford Police Choir sings with a thousand voices at the London Festival of Welsh Male Voice Choirs at the Royal Albert Hall.

Saturday, 1st November
Joint concert with Shrewsbury Police Male Choir at Shrewsbury. 7.30 pm

Saturday, 6th December
Spirit of Christmas concert with St. Peter's School, Bromyard. Holy Trinity Church, Whitecross, Hereford. 7.00pm

Tuesday, 16th December
Festive Charity Concert at Hereford Crematorium Chapel. 7.00pm Always a sell-out! Book early at:
The Crematorium Office, Westfaling Street, Hereford HR4 0JE
Tel: 01432 383200

Friday, 19th December
Concert in Hereford Cathedral in aid of The Soldiers' Charity. 7.00pm

Picture of Hereford City Council coat of arms

Hereford City Council is one of our sponsors

Guest stars return for Celebrity Concert at Shire Hall

Saturday 17th May 2014

Picture of Denise Leigh

Denise Leigh was the winner of channel 4's Operatunity. Since her operatic debut in 2003 Denise has gone on to sing all over the world. She has recorded two best selling albums on the EMI Classics label, and appears regularly on TV and radio. She works throughout Europe as a soloist with choral societies, and giving recitals, including new commissions and old favourites.

Denise was honoured to have performed as headline talent in the London 2012 Paralympic opening ceremony. She also makes an annual appearance at the Battle Proms open-air concert series.

Denise has recently taken up the post of Trustee for the Music of Life Foundation, a charity which helps disabled children and young adults into professional musical engagements.


Stephen John Davis

Picture of Stephen John Davis, actor and singer

Stephen was recently invited to perform the role of Don Attilio in the 25th Anniversary performance of The Phantom of the opera at The Royal Albert Hall, screened live in cinemas worldwide. His West End theatre credits include The Phantom in The Phantom of the Opera, including the special 10,000th performance, and Reuben in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

For The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company, Stephen performed the role of Sir Joseph Porter in HMS Pinafore UK Tour; the Major-General and Samuel in The Pirates of Penzance at The Savoy Theatre; the Boatswain in HMS Pinafore at The Savoy Theatre and the Shubert Theatre, New Haven, CT, USA.


Check local press for details or contact Brian Williams MBE on 01905 454760