Costa Blanca male voice choir in demand

CBMVC donates €1,000 to local charities 2
ALL FOR A GOOD CAUSE: The concert at the cave raised €1,000 for two local charities Photo credit CBMVC

THE last concert performed by the Costa Blanca Male Voice Choir (CBMVC) in June at the Cueva de la Calaveras in Benidoleig was so successful that it was fully booked 3 weeks in advance and many of the choir’s followers were disappointed.

CBMVC have therefore decided to repeat the programme on October 6 at 7.00pm but this time at the Parroquia de Santa Maria Magdalena church in Benitachell.

There is no need to book; entry is free but a collection will be taken at the end of the evening.

The programme will include many songs popular with the choir’s growing number of followers together with new songs.

The choir’s President Mike Evans said, “We are looking to start the new season on a high, before we start preparing for our Christmas carol concerts in December. This has been one of the choir’s most successful years so far, starting with our 10th Anniversary concert in April, our appearance with the Ponterddulais Choir at the Teulada Auditori in May and then our sell-out Concert at the Cave in June.”

The choir rehearses every Tuesday at Bar Mediterraneo in Teulada from 5:45pm – 8.00pm every and welcomes new members.

Mike said, “Although a few of our members read music, the majority do not, and so we have a number of methods to help them learn the songs, including a computer software package which can be used to play any part over and over again. Previous experience of singing in a choir is not necessary. All we ask is that you enjoy singing and can sing mainly in English.”

For more information, check out their website –, get in touch with Mike – 965 744 577 or follow the choir’s Facebook page – ‘Costa Blanca Male Voice Choir’.

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