Matthew James is a valued member of the Rushmoor Male Voice Choir (the ‘Odd Fellows’), but that’s not all he does by a long way. One of his many other interests is as a Trustee of the Freewheelers Theatre &
March 7th, 2017 – Rushmoor ‘Odd Fellows’ Male Voice Choir Musical Director, Steve Petch, is off to Vancouver, Canada, for a professional singing engagement. In addition to his talents as a conductor and teacher for the lads in the Rushmoor
Rushmoor Male Voice Choir had the honour to be, once again, invited to take part in the London Welsh Festival of Male Choirs held at the prestigious Royal Albert Hall on Saturday 15th October. They joined around 600 fellow choristers
A ‘resounding success’ was the overwhelming verdict which echoed from all over in respect of our Summer Singing For You concert at The Princes Hall on Thursday 27th June 2013. This concert which we presented together with our guests the
On Saturday evening the 11th February our choir members braved the minus 7 degrees C. to travel to Woking to perform their first concert of 2012 at the United Reformed Church to raise funds in respect of the church extension.
We were delighted to accept an invitation to sing at Winchester Cathedral on Saturday 8th October 2011 when we perfomed ten items at the concert presented by the 80 strong Llanelli Choral Society – directed by their conductor and founderJohn
We are always aware that what we do achieve is the result of the great enthusiasm and dedication of our members past and present over the years to the ideals of the choir. One such member was Ian Wood who
The United Reform Church in Farnham was the venue for two consecutive concerts by the choir. On the 25th April 2009 we performed for the benefit of the New Farnham Repertory Actors’ Company and on the 16th May to aid
For the fourth successive year Rushmoor Male Voice Choir participated in the the Concert Festival Of Male Voice Choirs which this year was held at St. Ambrose Church in Bournemouth on Saturday 21st March 2009. Our contribution was very well
Our longest serving member Ian Wood provides a bit of choir history for the audience at Milford and from the surrounding villages, before the commencement of our afternoon concert at The Clockhouse on 3rd December 2008.