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Over £13,000 presented to the Royal British Legion

A cheque for over £13,000 was the staggering subject of a presentation evening, held on the last choir practice night of 2014. The choir performed a number of festive items for an invited audience of friends and family, after which the proceeds from Sounds Sensational 2013 were handed over to the Nottinghamshire branch of the […]

ECMVC & Sonara Singers in Repton - £2,400 raised!

ECMVC & Sonara Singers in Repton – £2,400 raised!

Following last year’s hugely successful and fun-packed event, ECMVC joined Sonara Singers and Repton Primary School choir again to provide a wonderful seasonal evening of music and song. Mulled wine, mince pies and last minute Christmas present buying opportunities were in abundance! Over £2,400 was raised for Rainbows by this event. This is a stunning […]

Nottinghamshire meets Cornwall - a grand evening of music-making

Nottinghamshire meets Cornwall – a grand evening of music-making

Sunday 7th September saw ECMVC appear in concert with the fantastic Marazion Apollo Male Choir, who joined us all the way from Cornwall. The Cornish choir are even older than Eastwood Collieries’ Male Voice Choir and have been producing great music since 1904. You can find out more about them by visiting their web site. […]

NEW – 2014 Official Photographs

Now available in the Media section – the first two official photographs of 2014,taken by our own Colin Cooper on a sultry evening in July, just before the choir and their guests, The Nightingales, entertained an appreciative audience in the concert, With A Voice Of Singing! If you’d rather, you can see them in just […]

"With A Voice Of Singing" - another great success!

“With A Voice Of Singing” – another great success!

“With A Voice Of Singing”; another great evening’s entertainment from ECMVC and very special guests, The Nightingales. The audience were treated to a varied programme and gave both choirs a standing ovation at the close of the event. The audience clearly agreed to the claim that ECMVC were the ‘pride of Eastwood’.