At 7.30 pm on Friday 24th March the town’s fabulous male voice choir will be in concert at
Monmouth’s Bridges Community Centre. The choir are hoping for a sell out audience as the
evening of song is intended to raise funds for both the community centre and Velindre Cancer
During the evening Monmouth Male Voice Choir will be supported by The Isca Singers,
enthusiastic young musicians based in South Wales. This group of young vocalists have been
performing together for a number of years and while offering an eclectic mix of music, specialise in
songs from stage and screen. A joyous ensemble not to be missed.
After their highly acclaimed recent concert held at Winfield House, the London residence of US
Ambassador Jane Hartley, the choir are keen to give their local supporters another evening to
remember. In just ten years this choir, under the leadership of Musical Director Lewis Hutton, has
grown to over 70 members and become one of the foremost choral groups of its type in South
Wales. Their story has been truly amazing, with performances at the Royal Albert Hall, St David’s
Centre Cardiff, the Principality Stadium and the National Eisteddfod. They really are fantastic
ambassador’s for Monmouth.
All profits from the event will be split 50/50 between Bridges Centre, the local hub for so many
uplifting, friendly support groups and Velindre Cancer Hospital in Cardiff, the cancer care centre
that helps many suffers from across Monmouthshire.
Tickets for the evening are available from Bridges Centre or online at www.monmvc.org.uk/events