The Daleian Singers

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For the best of Male Voice singing in North Staffordshire

Come and join us

Singing in a choir is a very rewarding hobby which gives great satisfaction both in rehearsal and performance. We carry out between 10-15 concerts per year and rehearse on a Monday evening from 7:15 - 9:15, (see our contact page for details of the venue.) New members sit with established members of the choir and after around 3 months are asked to show that they can hold a line before being invited to join permanently, so why not come along and give it a go.

Forthcoming Engagements


March 16th.     Longton Central Hall

April    6th.      Pershore Abbey (Mayor’s Charity)

May 3rd-7th.    Cornwall Music Festival

         3rd.       Cambourne Centenary Church

         4th.       Truro Cathedral (competition)

         5th.       Eden Project (afternoon), Bude (evening)

       18th.       Swan Bank, Burslem

June 29th.       St. Chad’s; Over, nr. Winsford

Sept. 6th.       Sandon Hall

Oct.   4th.       Longton Central Hall with N.Staffs. Symphony Orchestra

Nov.  9th.       Christchurch, Stone

       30th.       St. Paul’s, Longton

Recent News


elevating Sue to the position of President would be a fitting recognition of her dedication and hard work both as our wonderful accompanist and as chair over many years.

We are very much looking forward to this year’s programme of concerts, and particularly to our participation in the Cornwall International Male Voice Choir Festival.

Competition singing is always very satisfying, but the Cornwall Festival also offers the opportunity to meet and share concerts with other choirs which gives added enjoyment.

We will be sharing concerts (and hopefully a few beers) with:

Cenestra Male Choir, Rame Peninsula MVC, Rossendale, Bristol, Derbyshire Community MVC and Dagilelis Boys Choir.

At our recent AGM we were very pleased to confirm Sue Talbot as our new President.

 Sue has held the chair for many years and it was felt that