Concerts

Christmas celebrations at Derby Intu Centre - the photos!

Christmas celebrations at Derby Intu Centre – the photos!

ECMVC’s final public appearance of 2015 was at the Derby Intu shopping centre on Tuesday 22 December. The choir sang carols and some of our Christmas repertoire. See the photographs in the Media section or click to go straight there! The buckets were rattled to collect money for the Rainbows children’s hospice and over two […]

The Rainbows Christmas Concert with ECMVC and Sonara Singers

The Rainbows Christmas Concert with ECMVC and Sonara Singers

The Rainbows Christmas Concert was held in the magical surroundings of St Wystan’s Church, Repton. This was the third year that Sonara Singers joined forces with Eastwood Collieries’ Male Voice Choir and Repton Primary School choir to help Rainbows raise funds and spread the great messages of their work. Thanks to generous sponsorship, the entire […]

Concert of Remembrance with Ilkeston Brass raised £600!

Concert of Remembrance with Ilkeston Brass raised £600!

Following the hugely successful event last year, ECMVC once again joined Ilkeston Brass for what has become the annual Ilkeston Concert of Remembrance. The event was held at the Ilkeston United Reform Church and a capacity audience enjoyed a great mix of brass band music and choral singing. Over £600 was raised on the night […]

ECMVC engagements already confirmed for 2016

The choir is already proving a popular choice for 2016 event organisers, with several dates already confirmed and others in the pipeline. For an early sight of these 2016 dates, please see the ECMVC engagements page.

Concert for Newlife – at Derby Cathedral. What a fabulous night!

This wonderful event took place in Derby Cathedral on Friday 16 October. ECMVC were joined by great friends, Sonara Singers, and performed to a full cathedral audience, to raise money for the Newlife Foundation. The event was fully sponsored by local organisations, which meant that all receipts were donated to the charity. Over £5,200 was […]