Malvern Male Voice Choir plans to step up to mark for its centenary year with a stunning concert this month, among friends.

In fact, The Midsummer Malvern Community Choir Concert, on Sunday June 23, will include The Cradley Singers, The Hill Singers and Choirs from Malvern St James School . the U3A Choir and the Salvation Army.

A spokesman for the event said: "Witness a wonderful concert from local community choirs in the Forum, Malvern Theatres.

"The standard of singing is extremely high and the programme is varied. Come along for what should be an enchanting evening."

Malvern Male Voice Choir spokesman, Gerry Taggart said: “Our music programme includes folk songs and American and European Music from choirs singing together and separately.

“This is an important concert for us as we approach our Centenary Year. We all know how important singing is to bring communities together."

Malvern Male Voice Choir started in 1922 as a male quartet and grew rapidly to become one of the most prominent choirs in the Three Counties, with members who live in and around Malvern.

Mr Taggart said: "Our members’ ages span late teens to eighties and we enjoy a wide range of talents, skills and abilities both musically and organisationally.

"We currently number about thirty voices and we always welcome new members to share our enthusiasm and to join in our enjoyment. Our repertoire is large and our library contains over 300 titles."

Tickets and further details for the June 23 concert: 01684 892277 and at