Epsom Male Voice Choir has been singing together since 1983 and today is one of the leading men's choirs in the South East, drawing members from a large area.
More about our history...
Our repertoire is wide, and includes contemporary compositions and arrangements (many written specially for us), music from around the world, pop, folk and musical theatre, as well as the traditional Male Voice Choir repertoire.
We have sung at a wide range of venues including the Albert Hall, the Royal Festival Hall, Truro Cathedral, Dorking Halls, Fairfield Halls, Epsom Playhouse and many local halls, churches and others.
Rehearsals are held in the United Reformed Church Hall, London Road, Ewell, Surrey on Wednesday evenings at 8.00 pm.
New members are always welcome. No prior experience or knowledge of music is required - just enthusiasm and a willingness to learn to sing with others.
Our concert diary
During the present health crisis all our planned events are either postponed or cancelled, though we are producing occasional online videos instead. Here are three we recently produced.
The Choir perform Unchained Melody by Hy Zaret and Alex North Arranged by Mark Brymer. This performance is dedicated to our colleague Barrie Parker who sadly died in the spring of 2020.
In a performance recorded pre-lockdown EMVC perform the song Waving by Ian Assersohn in honour of the 75th anniversary of VE day.
Members of Epsom Male Voice Choir, Leatherhead Choral Society and Vaughan Williams Singers in a virtual choir performance of Ian Assersohn's joyful song The Rook Ascending.