The word must be going around about how good it is to be a chorister in Caldicot Male Voice Choir because another two walked in the door last week.
Earl Harvey lives in Caldicot and was encouraged to come along by his neighbour, chorister Dave Hennesey to join and we’rs so glad he did. After listening to us for the first half of a practice he immediately offered to go into the back room with Siân to go through his first voice test. He came out to the announcement that he is a very welcome top tenor. Earl is retired but spent many years as a court usher to Gwent Magistrates, so I’m sure he’s shown many of you the door in his time.
Similarly, new entrant Alasdair Stewart also did his first voice test and emerged from the back room as an equally welcome second tenor. Stewart is the son of former chorister Ron Stewart who emigrated to Canada where Alasdair was born, He has recently returned and lives in Cladicot and works in Lydney.
A very warm welcome to both and we’re sure they will enjoy every moment of being in the choir.