Hart Male Voice Choir was formed in May 1975 with the aims and objectives to develop choral singing to provide entertainment for performers and audiences.
For over 40 years Odiham based Hart mvc has offered the opportunity for men who enjoy music to share their pleasure by singing together. In that time Hart has become one of the most popular choirs in Hampshire.
The choir currently has 60 members who perform songs from a varied repertoire with traditional male voice choir songs as well as songs from the shows, operatic pieces, folk songs and classic hymns. Solo singing is encouraged as part of the development of individual voices and to inspire confidence in overall singing performance.
Choir tours in response to invitations have included visits to Germany, France, Spain, Holland, Portugal, South Africa and Ireland and have all been acclaimed with standing ovations and invitations to return.
Enjoy your visit to our website and listen to a selections of songs from our changing repertoire on the Audio and Video page, all of which are available on our latest 2016 CD “Let All Men Sing”.
“What a delightful evening ( at the YSC concert in Princes theatre ) – I had no idea we were coming to such a wonderful event ! The standard of singing was excellent throughout the evening. What fun the choir seems to have”
quote from one of the finalists mothers
“The concert went quite splendidly … and the evening simply flowed along….such an enjoyable evening”
Quote from another Musical Director
“A great choir and getting better !”
member of the audience
“thanks for the enjoyment of the evening…..how good the choir sounded”
member of the audience
“A very successful concert – your initiative to encourage young singers is a brilliant and commendable one”
quote from a young singer’s parent
“Your choir’s singing was the highlight of my husband’s day and will be remembered for the rest of his life”
quote from private function
“Hello I am Portuguese and I had the privilege of hearing you on your tour in September 2014. Heard of your show occasionally chatting with one of your members in a cafe of Caldas da Rainha. I want to leave you here my congratulations for the fantastic work they have done. I recorded with my phone (so very amateur), some of your songs in the show in Malhoa museum in Caldas da Rainha. Best wishes, share your work, I’ll do my part”