The Croydon Male Voice Choir has been singing for over 40 years. It was founded as the David Neal Gentleman Singers, had around 15 members and rehearsed at the Croydon Co-op. It has since expanded to its present size, with some 65 members, a diverse repertoire and a reputation as one of the most dynamic choirs in southern England.
The choir sings at venues in and around Croydon, raising money for a range of charities such as the Demelza Children’s Hospice, Hope and Homes for Children and Help for Heroes. It has performed at the Royal Festival Hall and its members have sung at Remembrance Day commemorations at the Royal Albert Hall. This friendly and enthusiastic choir always welcomes new members. For contact details and how to find us, see links below.