Epsom Male Voice Choir annual concert
Epsom Male Voice Choir, one of the leading men’s choirs on the South East, make their annual return to the Epsom Playhouse under musical director Ian Assersohn, with accompanist Lynda Chang and this year's special musical guest, singer Luke Osborne.
The thrilling power of the male choir sound and the choir’s reputation for musical excellence and versatility guarantee another uplifting and entertaining evening of music.
18 May, Tickets from the Epsom Playhouse box office.
The choirs repertoire is wide, and includes contemporary compositions and arrangements, music from around the world, pop, folk and musical theatre, as well as the traditional Male Voice Choir repertoire.
Noteworthy events in the choir’s history include visits to Epsom’s twin town, Chantilly in France; singing at the Royal Festival Halland at at the Albert Hall in London; an entry in the Brighton International Male Choral Festival and several visits to the biennial Cornwall International Male Choir Festival. In 2016 the choir joined forces with Leatherhead Choral Society and Farnham Youth Choir to give the first performance of Ian’s WW1 cantata Dies Irae at Dorking Halls and in 2018 they performed it once again, this time at Epsom College. Also last year the choir were one of the local musical groups leading the borough's commemorations of the anniversary WW1 at a concert at Bourne Hall.