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Dalston Male Voice Choir

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Buccleuch Centre
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01387 381 196

The Buccleuch Centre
Dumfries & Galloway
DG13 0AW

Dalston Male Voice Choir was founded in February 1985 by Hilary Hodgson with the aims of advancing male voice singing through public concerts.Thus the choir would bring pleasure to the audiences but would also support local charities, which it does to this day.

The choir has entered the Carlisle Music and Drama Festival and are proud to have taken the first prize twice, including last year 2023.

We also enjoy joint concerts both with other male voice choirs, having sung with four others in the past five years (including two Welsh choirs) and also with mixed choirs. Our repertoire is very varied and contrasts seasonal hymns and carols with songs from twentieth century musicals. We sing traditional folk and gospel songs and of course no male voice choir would be complete without a wide selection of well-known Welsh songs. This is our first visit to the Buccleuch centre. We are very excited by the prospect and we look forward to entertaining you on 13th April

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