40th Anniversary Exchange

But for a chance meeting by David Bryant of LMVC and Klass Wieske of Albatros CMK, in a Luxembourg caravan park 41 years ago, we would not be celebrating the 40th anniversary of exchange concerts. This year marks the 8th visit by Albatros to Louth, singing in St. James – […]

Concert at St. Swithin’s Church, Bicker

Concert St Swithin’s Church Bicker 26 Oct 2018 We are a dynamic, friendly and welcoming group of men who share a passion of singing. Led by our Musical Director Graham Burrell, we sing not only male voice choir favourites but also modern and more challenging music. Our repertoire has recently […]

Six Facts

6 facts about singing to help first-time singers At my monthly singing session recently someone came up to me at the end to say she was worried about not having enough breath for the long phrases. photo by Tsahi Levent-Levi It turned out she was new to singing (it was only […]

Are you ready?

Are Young Musician Competitions a good thing or a bad thing? New research suggests that what separates the winners and the also-rans in music competitions is as much down to their visual impact as it is to the sound they make. The idea that competition judges make decisions based more […]

Feedback from Fred

Extracts from Fred Goodwin’s critique of our annual concert last Saturday. Fred has had a lifetime in music and is the retired organist and choir master of St James’s Church, Louth. Fred is also a composer and arranger of choral music and has written some pieces for us: LOUTH MALE […]

Concert with Military Wives Choirs

The beautiful church of St James in Louth is the fantastic setting for this Charity Concert organised by The Rotary Club of Louth. Not one but two Military Wives Choirs – Coningsby and Cranwell – join forces with the outstanding Louth Male Voice Choir for an evening of music and […]

Broken Chords

Those of our followers who have heard us sing know that we sing four part harmony. Mostly. That is first tenor, second tenor, first bass, and second bass. When we sing and when we rehearse, we are arranged by the director in groups as above. Usually. However, when the mood […]


At our next concert we will be performing Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah”. Or at least we will be if we have it right! Its not an easy piece to get right. Nothing about Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” leads you to conclude that it would go on to become one of pop music’s […]

Lincolnshire Refugee Doctors

Andrew Mowat (retired GP), one of our soloist 1st tenors, is chairman of the Lincolnshire Refugee Doctor Project. They are holding an event on the 17th March to explore the partnership possibilities in Lincolnshire. The poster below gives some more details about what the organisation, and this particular event is […]