Anzac Concert -25th April 2:00pm Nelson Cathedral

posted 25 Mar 2021, 13:20 by John Foes-Lamb

 The Nelson Male Voice Choir welcome you to a concert to honour ANZAC day.
The Choir will perform this concert under the baton of renowned conductor, Nigel Weeks QSM on Anzac Day, Sunday, 25th April. 
Our concerts, on this day, are always well attended, being New Zealand's most united national day, which evokes patriotism and emotion. 
The brilliant young pianist, Louis Lucas-Perry will support the Choir. 
If you want to be part of Anzac Day commemorations, come along to the iconic Nelson Cathedral and be moved and entertained by Nelson's traditional male voice choir. 

First rehearsal 2021

posted 1 Feb 2021, 17:50 by John Foes-Lamb

We are holding our first rehearsal for this year on Monday 15th February at 6:45pm at the Nelson Reformed Church, Enner Glynn. Any new singers most welcome to join us! Good time to join us as we will have new music ready for our 1st concert on Anzac day.Contact John Foes-Lamb at 03-544-3131 for more information

Final post for 2020

posted 9 Dec 2020, 13:01 by John Foes-Lamb

We have completed our 2020 concert program with 3 concerts in the last week; Motueka Memorial Hall, Nelson Cathedral & Ernest Rutherford Retirement Village. We had fantastic audiences in all 3 venues & the choir felt, after all the problems of 2020, we have been rewarded for our efforts & indebted to our followers. Thanks to our Music Team of Nigel Weeks & Louis Lucas-Perry & to Pauline Boyd helping out during the year.
Best wishes to you all, have a merry Christmas & see you in 2021

Oh What a Beautiful Concert

posted 20 Sept 2020, 21:06 by John Foes-Lamb   [ updated 18 Oct 2020, 15:34 ]

With the Covid 19 pandemic, 2020 has become one of our worst years for concerts, so this will be your only chance to hear us this year!

Come and hear the great sound of the Nelson Male Voice Choir under the baton of Nigel Weeks QSM. The choir will be accompanied by Louis Lucas-Perry on the keyboard.
We will be singing songs from some well-known shows and a few well-loved male voice choir arrangements plus a few Christmas numbers.
3 concerts to choose from: Headingly Centre, Richmond on Friday 13th November at 7:30 pm, Motueka Memorial Hall on Wednesday 2nd December at 7:30pm & Nelson Cathedral on Sunday 6th December at 2:00 pm.
Tickets available at the door bt EFT/POS for cash

Nelson City Brass - A Celebration Concert

posted 24 Aug 2020, 18:49 by John Foes-Lamb   [ updated 20 Sept 2020, 21:08 ]

Our first concert appearance in 2020 is at the NBS Nelson City Brass Celebration concert at Annesbrook Church at 2pm on Sunday 13th September. We're guests at this concert. should be a great afternoon of music!

Rehearsals start again

posted 5 Jun 2020, 13:09 by John Foes-Lamb   [ updated 5 Jun 2020, 13:13 ]

Level 2 Covid 19 restrictions now allow groups of <100 to meet so from Monday 8th June we will start rehearsals again at the Nelson Reformed Church at 6:45pm. No new dates for concerts in 2020 have been set; watch this space or our Facebook page.

NMVC suspends its activities due to Covid19 prevention requirements.

posted 20 Mar 2020, 13:02 by Ernie Tarling

The Nelson Male Voice Choir announces today that it is suspending all its practice and concert activities until further notice, to help prevent the spread of the Covid19 virus. Our members have a Midi File learning facility available to them through this website, and will therefore be able to continue rehearsing repertoire from home.  So, let us hope that this hiatus does not continue for long. In the meantime, our Facebook page is a good source of keeping in touch with us, and our message to all our friends and supporters is "Stay well!"

A New Year begins. 2020.

posted 22 Jan 2020, 19:04 by Ernie Tarling

Happy New Year everybody! The Nelson Male Voice Choir will come together again on Monday, February 10th at the Reformed Church, Enner Glynn at 6.45 pm.
Our conductor, Nigel Weeks, and accompanists, Louis Lucas-Perry and Pauline Boyd will again be at the helm as we start a new year of song. It will be an exciting year for the Choir, as we will again be hosting our mates from Tokyo, the wonderful Chor Farmer, in September.
We are also working on the itinerary of a NMVC concert tour to Australia, around October this year.
Our first planned concert of the year will be on Anzac Day, at the Nelson Cathedral. We would warmly welcome new choristers to come along and experience camaraderie, and the sheer joy of singing. NMVC Secretary, John Foes-Lamb is available on 021 682 776, or Ernie Tarling, Vice-President is available on 021 066 4595 to answer any queries you may have. See you soon!


posted 8 Dec 2019, 23:24 by Ernie Tarling

The Nelson Male Voice Choir has completed its programme, with a lovely final concert at NCMA, and a happy, year-ending get-together dinner at Mapua last evening. Songs were sung, friends hugged and hands shaken , as we now take a rest until the end of January. It has been an excellent year for us, and we thank Nigel Weeks, Pauline Boyd and Louis Lucas-Perry for their guidance, expertise and artistry . Thanks also , to our committee and support group who have cheerfully dealt with the many jobs that need doing to keep a large, dynamic choir functioning well. Have a great Christmas everybody : we'll be seeing you in the New Year. Don't forget, you gentlemen out there; you are most welcome to come and sing with us, make new friends and help swell our ranks, and strengthen our ambition to be the finest male voice choir in the southern hemisphere. MERRY CHRISTMAS!

Summer Concerts

posted 23 Nov 2019, 19:14 by John Foes-Lamb

Come and hear the great sound of the Nelson Male Voice Choir under the baton of Nigel Weeks QSM. The choir will be accompanied by Pauline Boyd and Louis Lucas-Perry on the keyboard.
We will be singing songs from some well-known shows and a few well-loved male voice choir arrangements plus a few Christmas numbers.
2 concerts to choose from: Richmond Townhall on 4th December at 7:30 pm & Nelson Centre of Musical Arts on 8th December at 2:00 pm

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