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Carlton Male Voice Choir announce upcoming events


Gedling Eye caught up with Ian Watts, Musical Director of Carlton Male Voice Choir, Nottingham’s largest male voice choir about their upcoming shows and their plans for 2023.

The choir is made up of over 70 male voices of all backgrounds, singing in 4-part harmony performing everything from classical to opera, folk, jazz and sea shanties, hymns and a great selection of pop, depending on the audience / event.

Ian told us that there are already a number of performances and events in the diary with more to come –

The choir will be performing a charity event for Framework at Sacred Heart Church Carlton on March 3 with all ticket proceeds being donated to Framework in support of their work ending homelessness and tackling disadvantage.  Further details and tickets (£10 per adult / £5 U16s) can be accessed on

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PICTURED : New Choir Members (From L-R) Barry D, Barry A and David

On March 10 the choir are at Calverton Working Men’s Club entertaining with the ladies choir Lyrical Songbirds from Wollaton. Tickets are available from the club on Collyer Road, Calverton, NG14 6JX or on the door.

On March 11 the choir head to Beeston Methodist Church, tickets are available by calling 0115 9256632. Ticket prices are £7 in advance, £8 on the door and £4 for under 16 .

Carlton’s Festival Concert is back at the Albert Hall Nottingham on April 23 with guests Pitch and Mix, a competition winning mixed acapella barbershop choir. Further details and tickets (£15) are available on…/festival-concert-by…

PICTURED : New Choir Members (From L-R) Sean, Will and Johnny

Ian told Gedling Eye that the choir are currently rehearsing brand new music and have been lucky to receive a steady influx of new members since the new year; three of which are in their early twenties.

Ian said: “The choir is also travelling twice this year; the first time in May to Northampton and Bournemouth for concerts with their respective Male Voice Choirs  and then again to Swansea in October to perform with Dunvant Male Voice Choir and also to Mountain Ash in the Rhondda Valleys to sing with Aber Cynon Male Voice Choir.

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“So it is a very exciting time indeed to join us at any age – just come along to our rehearsal room at Netherfield Baptist Church on a Wednesday evening at 7:30pm to be made very welcome and enjoy the spoils of being part of a busy and active larger male voice choir.

“The choir is well run and everything possible is done to make sure that the choir gets the very best from their singing and the social aspect of being a male voice choir, joining our choir is a great experience and just a brilliant thing to be part of. Make sure your get along to a performance.”

More information can be found on or subscribe to the CWMC mailing list to keep up to date with everything they do.

The choir can also be followed on facebook, or simply pop along to a concert and say hello.

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