United in friendship and in harmony
Welcome to Northampton Male Voice Choir’s website!
We are a long established and forward-thinking choir with around 90 singers from Northamptonshire and beyond, under the inspirational leadership of our Musical Director, Stephen Bell.
We perform regularly in the immediate area, generally in support of fund-raising ventures by local organisations and are available for hire for weddings and other special events.
Rehearsals are held on Tuesdays in the Kingsley Park Methodist Church rooms, Northampton. We’re a friendly bunch and new members are always welcome.
Our mission is:
- To be admired and respected as one of the finest Male Voice Choirs in the Country.
- To develop our ability and to perform excellent music for the enjoyment of all
- To support the Community and Good Causes through fund raising activities and concerts
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Next five concerts – Click on concert for full details
For full concert list click here.
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Following the latest Government guidance on Covid restrictions, the men of the award winning Northampton Male Voice Choir (NMVC) suddenly found themselves without a rehearsal venue. Some 14 months (and nearly 100 virtual rehearsals) since its last “live” rehearsal...
Northampton Male Voice Choir (NMVC) is delighted to announce that David Laing, recently retired Lord Lieutenant of the County, has agreed to become its President. David and his family, who moved to Northamptonshire in 2002, have a deep interest in music and are keen...
Northampton Male Voice Choir’s MD, Stephen Bell, is preparing to run the London Marathon to help the Choir achieve its target of raising over £20,000 this year for Prostate Cancer UK. Stephen has been Musical Director of Northampton Male Voice Choir (NMVC) for the...
Northampton Male Voice Choir is challenging the men of Northamptonshire to join them and the wonderful soprano, Emily Haig and ‘The Tenor’ Joshua Daniel in a concert in Northampton to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK. To launch this challenge, the choir is...