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We currently have 40 choristers, headed by our Musical Director Neil Kirkwood. Our Accompanist is
Daniel Gerrard, M.
Mus., our Choir
President is Pauline
Metcalfe and our Chairman, Mike Gollop heads the Committee comprising of seven hard-working members.
We are a vibrant and
enthusiastic choir, with a strong mission statement. Throughout our long heritage, we have gathered a lot of choral experience in the male-voice tradition. We continue to grow, striving to broaden
and vary our repertoire to meet the requirements of our hosts, or the event(s) in which we participate.
Our repertoire is varied
and comprises a wide range of songs, show songs, spirituals, operatic choruses, hymn tunes, shanties and more, thus providing plenty of variety to satisfy our audiences. This means there is something
for everyone. Typically we perform around 12 to 15 concerts throughout the year, concluding with carol concerts in December, one of which includes a children's choir.
Across the UK our concert
venues have been diverse and interesting, ranging from prestige concert halls, like St George's Hall, the Philharmonic Hall, town halls, cathedrals, churches, civic centres and theatres. We also sing
at private functions such as garden parties and weddings. We regularly appear at Sefton Park's Palm House.
If you are interested in
seeing us perform, then please visit our Diary Page or, contact us via our Contact Page. Or just come along to our rehearsal rooms at Oakvale URC Hall, Broadgreen Road, Broadgreen. Visitors are most
We are always looking for
new connections and interesting locations in which to perform. We're always pleased to receive invitations for concerts and all such requests are given our earnest consideration. Perhaps we may be
able to arrange a concert for you?
In October 2017 we sang at
the Metropolitan Cathedral in the 'Pause for Hope' service for those affected by cancer. It was an emotional experience and we felt very privileged to participate in such a moving service. More
recently we participated in the BBC recording of 'Songs of Praise', at Port Sunlight. Prior to Christmas, we performed at Liverpool One Shopping Centre, fund-raising for Marie Curie where the people
of Liverpool were typically generous with their donations to this very worthwhile cause. We have been invited to help again in March at St John's Shopping Precinct. This autumn we will be performing
commemorative concerts to mark the centenary of the end of World War 1. We will commemorate this milestone with five of our much-acclaimed WW1 concerts. Details on our Diary page.