Welcome to the new website for Felling Male Voice Choir, we hope you enjoy our new site.
We aim to keep this up to date with regular information.
We hope you enjoy it here, and welcome all feedback.
Felling Male Voice Choir have been ambassadors of male voice singing for 100 years. It all begin in 1920 after a concert at Holly Hill Methodist Church and we are still going strong today. The Choir has a a reputation of being one of the best Choirs in the land, let us show you why.
Felling Male Voice Choir were delighted to be asked by Northern Stage to provide choral backing for the production in March 2022 of “Red Ellen” about the wonderful lady Ellen Wilkinson and her part in The Jarrow March of 1936.. Like the Marchers, the Choir is proud of its North Eastern Heritage.
During Covid, the choir was unable to perform or rehearse together. As an alternative, we produced
an online version of one of our favourite pieces, “What Shall We Do With the Drunken Sailor?” This
was amended to coincide with the introduction of the first vaccines.
This was made possible by the hard work and technical expertise of our MD, Mark Edwards and
baritone, Dean Barnes. Thank you guys.