Bournemouth Male Voice Choir are celebrating their 90th anniversary this year by recreating a performance they did in 1922 on the steps of Bournemouth Town Hall.
The choir are also celebrating the launch of their new CD, One Voice.
The new album was recorded in St Ambrose Church, Westbourne, which the choir have used as their base for the last three years.
The choir take part in various competitions and perform to support many local charities. Bournemouth solicitors Horsey Lightly Fynn have acted as their sponsors for the last four years.
Law firm partner Simon Nightingale said: “I have always been impressed with their quality and professionalism.
“They have a tremendously loyal following and are supported at every venue they attend.”
Recent performances for the choir have included concerts in support of Wessex Autistic Society, Lewis Manning Hospice, LEAF, Pelhams Community Centre, the Samaritans and Hope FM Community Radio.
The choir performs traditional male vocal favourites alongside modern ‘pop’ classics and new songs. They are constantly seeking to broaden and develop their repertoire.
They have performed in every concert venue in Dorset and have sung at the Royal Albert Hall, the Millennium Centre in Cardiff, the Dome in Atlanta, USA.
If you are interested in joining the choir, contact Mark Burstow, the choir’s musical director, on 07501 456794. For more information see www.bournemouthmalechoir.co.uk.