In 1919, the Great Western Railway Running Sheds Male Voice Choir was formed from workers of the traditional Swindon Steam Railway Works.  Subsequently the Choir has become known as the Swindon Male Voice Choir.

Through the years, Swindon’s longest established choir has maintained it’s pride in a high standard of both singing professionalism and competition acclaim. It has produced a pedigree from high profile concert performances.

To present music from the most varied and widest range possible in a versatile and forward-looking manner, and in so doing to raise funds for charitable causes, remains the unchanged aims of the Swindon Male Voice Choir…

… ‘ hearing is believing’


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    Competition Successes

    Most Choirs have a desire to be successful and look to measure their abilities and standards by meeting with performing with and competing against other Choirs. Festivals and competitions bring the best of friendship and choral spirit for all participants and supporters. Our recent festival history is detailed for your interest.

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    Cheltenham Choral Festival

    2012

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    Winners: Sacred Music Class

    2012

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    Winners: Male Choir Class

    2012

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    Cheltenham Choral Festival

    2009

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    Winners: Sacred Music Class

    2009

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    Winners: Male Choir Class

    2009

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    Runners-up: Cardigan Eisteddfo

    2004

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    Runners-up: Cardigan Eisteddfo

    2002

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    Winners: North Wales Choral Festival, Llandudno on two occasions

    1990 – 2000

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    Winners: Cardigan Eisteddfod

    1990 – 2000

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    Winner: Male Voice Choir Competition in Essex

    1990 – 2000

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