Welcome to the official website of Hampshire Police Male Voice Choir. We are a leading choir in the Portsmouth/Southampton area.
The choir is one of the leading male voice choirs from the South of England and is accomplished & well-known for producing entertaining music. It is noted for its magnificent sound and is received with enthusiastic and warm appreciation by the many audiences, large and small, to whom the choir sings each year. It invariably creates a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, whilst maintaining the highest musical standards. Its concerts raise considerable sums of money for charities as well as giving great pleasure to audiences.
If you want to book us, sing with us or contact us, please see the bottom of this page.
Concerts by the choir are always in great demand and consequently the choir is booked several years in advance, such is their popularity!
Our repertoire is extensive and covers all genres of music ranging from the most sacred to sea shanties, folk songs and "show stoppers". Music from current shows like Les Misérables is popular with audiences who are often asked to re-live the past and recollect melodies from South Pacific, Gilbert & Sullivan and many more. Each performance programme is carefully compiled to take into account the nature of the occasion.
The Choir has over fifty members and it is from within its own ranks that soloists are selected, capable of singing solos from grand opera to well known love songs.
New members are always welcome. You do not have to be a policeman - just someone who enjoys singing and would like the opportunity of singing with us.
We practise from 19:00 to 21:30 on Wednesday evenings at Sarisbury Green Social Club, Addison Road, Sarisbury Green (400 yards west of Park Gate Police Station). Click for Map. Please contact the choir secretary before visiting.
Why not browse through other pages of this web-site to learn more about the background to the choir and to find out where we are going to be appearing in the future? Also, please visit our Facebook page.