Unfortunately, like so many other choirs and groups in the Country, Caldicot Male Voice Choir has decided to suspend all planned activities until further notice due to the risk of the spread of the Covid-19 virus. Please keep in touch with us and if you would like to plan any event, concert or book the Choir Hall beyond the end of June, please get in touch and we’ll keep you informed. Stay safe everyone, follow the advice and self isolate and stay home please.
CALDICOT MALE VOICE CHOIR has helped to raise hundreds of thousands of pounds for good causes and charities by performing in concerts and other events. It recently sang in a concert which raised £2725 for St Michael’s Hospice in Hereford for example. If you are a charity or fundraising for a good cause, maybe we could help you? If so please contact us and we’ll do our best to assist you.
If you are a business, a corporate body or other institution we can also help you with events and provide you with a superb meeting and training venue at the Choir Hall in Caldicot
Our Aim is to safeguard and promote Welsh Male Voice Choral culture and traditions
and to assist charitable organisations and good causes
Welcome and thank you for visiting the online home of
Caldicot Male Voice Choir.
Croeso a diolch i chi am ymweld â’r cartref ar-lein o Gôr Meibion Caldicot.
Please look around our web site to find information on concert and event dates, latest news, how to contact us, the history of the choir, the Musical Team, listen to music extracts and the choristers.
Côr Meibion Caldicot was formed in 1963 by men who moved to the area from all over Wales to man the furnaces and mills of the new steelworks at Llanwern.
The Choir is passionate about and takes great pride in its use of both traditional and modern Welsh music within its extensive repertoire, but may often be heard singing a wide variety of musical styles in English, German or Italian.
Please use the links above to look around the site and if you have any comments we would love to hear from you. Please leave comments on any of the other pages.
Canu i’r llu yn llawen,……a’r lleisia
Yn arllwyso’n gymen
Gyda’r nos fe gwyd i’r nen
Sain hyfryd uwch sŵn Hafren.
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Singing merrily to the people,
With their voices flowing so neatly,
At night time there soars to the heaven
Sweet music above the Severn Sound
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