Cornwall International Male Voice Choral Festival logo   29 April - 4 May 2015

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Welcome! Plans are fast gathering pace for the 2015 Festival. With choirs registering on a weekly basis, places are filling fast! (Click on 2015 Festival above for the latest news.) If your choir is considering coming, do contact the Festival Director (see Contact link above). The deadline for registration is 31st July 2014 (UK choirs) or 31st August (non-UK choirs).

The 2014 Festival Composers' Competition deadline for the submissin of entries is fast approaching (28th March). Click on the link above for all details and downloads. With a prize of £1000, a première during the Festival and the possibility of publication of the winning entry, entries are welcomed from any composer resident and living in the UK. The adjudicator will be Dr. Alan Bullard. If you are working on a piece for adult or youth male or Cambiata choir, don't miss the deadline!

To get a real flavour of what happens during the Festival, a video has been produced. You can watch it by clicking on the link above. Many of the choirs that came and venues used are included.

Chorum Records produced five CDs of the last Festival. Click here to find out more. (external website)

South Wales Gay Men's Chorus in the Hall for Cornwall and Harmonie Lindenholtshausen at the Eden Project during the 2013 Festival.

SWGMC in Hall For CornwallHarmonie Lindenholtzhausen at Eden

Pictured below (courtesy of Brigitte Fässler), Männerstimmen Basel (Switzerland). This exciting, young choir has recently registered for the 2015 Festival. See Festival News for more details.

Männerstimmen Basel

What will the 2015 Festival Include?

  Four International Gala concerts in Truro cathedral and the Hall for Cornwall

  Twenty one Regional Gala concerts in towns across Cornwall

  Optional International Competitions for adult and youth choirs.

  A special programme for youth choirs

  Daytime singing at major tourist attractions throughout the County

  Sight seeing opportunities

  Social time spent in afterglows with hosting choirs

  Educational programme for singers, directors and schools

Where will choirs come from?

As well as Cornish choirs, almost 3000 singers will come from across the British Isles, Europe and the rest of the world. Previous festivals have welcomed choirs from over 20 different countries. All are made welcome and enjoy wonderful hospitality.

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