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Posted by greg on 04/05/2016

Looks great Roy.


Posted by Becky on 31/05/2015

My Grandfather and Great Uncle were founding members (and are in your photo on your home page). Do you have any other photos that you can put in your gallery?


Posted by Jennifer-Dawn Lawry on 01/03/2015   Email

My grandad James (jimmy) Lawry used to be apart of this group before he died and is one of the reasons i study music now. its amazing that it's still going!


Posted by DAVID HARRISON on 03/06/2014   Email

We in SMVC would like to thank TMVC for the great welcome we recieved from you guys, and for your hospitality.


Posted by Mike McDonald on 14/05/2014   Email

Greetings from Beverley MVC. Looking forward to hearing you sing on 19th. Wanted to join your rehearsal session but last time was bank holiday and this time a concert.


Posted by Ann Trudgen on 20/04/2014

It was great to meet Howard Wilkie and his wife from the Solent Male Voice Choir on Monday 13th April 2014, we are all looking forward to our combined concert with them on Sunday 25th May 2014 at the All Saints Church, Falmouth 7.00 p.m.


Posted by Robin Cheer on 06/12/2013   Email

Best wishes to John Adams and the Treverva MVC from us all in the Berwick Male Voice Choir - have a great Christmas - kind regards, Robin (Conductor BMVC)


Posted by Elaine Miller on 26/11/2012   Email

Congratulations to you all on the last successful 75 years. Mabe Ladies are looking forward to being a part once again of the Treverva Christmas Carolare. It will be full of nostalgia and some sadness but also a great opportunity to reflect on the many years of wonderful Cornish singing that both choirs have enjoyed for so long.


Posted by Julie Rollings on 24/10/2011   Email

I just wanted to thank the choir for the fabulous evening at Greenbank Hotel. It was a wonderful evening made all the more special by the great singing at the end of the night. Johnny Cowling of course was brilliant, and many moments will be remembered, not least 'The Duchess of Treverva'. Looking forward to seeing the city centre?


Posted by Sue Kemp on 25/05/2011

I would just like to congratulate the choir for their outstanding performance on Sunday night at Budock village hall. Never have I enjoyed a choral concert so much and Treverva is certainly a choir to follow. The variety of songs and lighthearted approach with their new format is like a breath of fresh air. To watch the smiling faces of the choir and sheer enthusiasm of their MD and accompanists was such a delight. Without doubt Treverva are leading the way in modernising the stiff and starchy male choir image. The standing ovation at the end was uplifting and summed up the appreciation of the audience. Everbody who attended left saying it was the best evening's entertainment they had had in ages. I was amazed at the progress Treverva have made and heartened to see a number of new members, with performances like this you should have people queuing up to join you! Well done and thank you for such a memorable evening.


Posted by Ann Trudgen on 12/05/2011   Email

What a fantastic concert we had at the All Saints Church on Sunday 1st May for the International Male Choral Festival - the afterglow was intoxicating. Well done to all concerned.


Posted by Frankie Addey on 03/04/2011

Website is looking brilliant!






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