The choir was formed in March 1978 when some very young (and some not so young) serving officers and civilian staff members met at police headquarters to form the Kent Police Male Voice Choir. Today some eight founder members still sing with the choir – see if you can spot them at one of our concerts!
Opportunities now exist for men to join our happy band of singers.
We’re not seeking operatic artistes, just ordinary men with a love of singing. If you sing in the shower and can hold a tune then you’re just who we need. It would help if you read music but this is by no means necessary.
We sing in four parts – 1st and 2nd Tenor, Baritone and Bass so you will soon find your voice level. You won’t be alone in this – we will help you all the way to find your niche and begin a musical journey you won’t regret starting.
We perform concerts throughout the year in aid of various local and national charities. Our concerts are usually held in Kentish village churches, halls and any other venue able to accommodate a large choir.
You do not have to be a member of Kent Police to sing with us. We are open to men from all walks of life and communities. We’re a friendly bunch, too.
The welcome sessions are on Thursday the 5th and 12th January. Both sessions start at 7.15 pm at Holy Family Church Hall, Bicknor Road, Parkwood, Maidstone, ME15 9PS.
For more information e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and see our website at www.kpmvc.co.uk
7.15 pm to 9.30 pm no admission charge and refreshments available