TREVERVA MALE VOICE CHOIR

Treverva Male Voice Choir is one of Cornwall's longest established male choral groups. Formed in 1936 in the small village of Treverva, from which it gets its name, the Choir has helped many organisations raise thousands of pounds for charity, and has achieved success at competitive musical festivals throughout Cornwall and beyond.





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  • John Adams, MD


  • Terry Reed, Deputy MD


  • Ruth Bray, Accompanist


  • Ann Trudgen, Secretary


  • Ken Dunstan, Chairman


  • Mike Varney, President


The Choir



Treverva Male Voice Choir was formed in 1936 in the small Cornish village of Treverva and was based in the small chapel there. Unfortunately, the building was closed in 2012 and the choir was forced to find another location in which to meet and rehearse. Luckily, at nearby Penryn, a community hall known as "The Space", located in the grounds of the rugby club, was available for the choir to continue its regular Monday evening rehearsals. 

Recently there has been an increase in choir membership and it is hoped that this will continue. Any male person interested in singing and joining this friendly group, whether or not they can read music, would be made very welcome. Choir secretary, Ann Trudgen, can provide full details and her contact details can be found in the Contacts page.