THE CLASS OF ’72

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Felling Male Voice Choir are preparing for their Centenary in 2020, under musical director Mark Edwards.

In 1972, when they recorded their first vinyl album, “Ain’t Got Time To Die”, under director Norman Williams, he had only been the third musical director since they were formed in 1920.

The Choir had been extremely successful in competitions, having been awarded over 100 first prizes. They had won the Blackpool Festival, the premier UK choral contest, on no less than 20 occasions. In international festivals, they had competed against at least 18 different countries including the US and Russia. The Choir had been placed first on at least three occasions and second on five occasions.

If you would like to see Felling Male Voice Choir near you, then check out our “Events” page on Facebook. You may also wish to consider joining us so check out some of our “Recruitment” posts. Further details on forthcoming events and “joining us” can be found on the Choir website.