Who we are
The Guelph Male Choir was founded in October 1997 by Roy Connolly and Dr. Murdo McKinnon, motivated especially by their great love for choral singing in the Welsh male choir tradition.
As a non-auditioned community choir, membership is open to men of all ages and stages. The repertoire of the choir is chosen by the Director and now reflects a broad diversity of styles and genres; songs from Broadway shows, movies and operas, arrangements of folk songs, spirituals, Christmas carols and hymns.
The selections are prepared during weekly rehearsals (see below) and presented at two annual concerts - Christmas and Spring.
There is a modest fee for each term - September to early December and January to early May. Proceeds from concerts are donated to Unicef Canada, the Kiwanis Music Festival of Guelph and the Drop In Centre.
Choir rehearsals are held at Westminster St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church, 208 Victoria Road N. just south of Speedvale Av E. in Guelph on Wednesday evenings 7:00 - 9:00 pm from the beginning of September until early May for the first session, and January to April for the second session.
Join the Guelph Male Choir
JUST COME to a rehearsal and see if the Guelph Male Choir is for you! For more information and to learn our current rehearsal schedule, use the CONTACT US page to send an email with all your questions and one of our choir members will get back to you.