For the best of Male Voice singing in North Staffordshire
The Daleian Singers originated in the mining village of Silverdale, North Staffordshire in 1957 formed by a mixed group of choristers drawn from both the local Methodist chapels which had a rich choral tradition, and from local operatic societies. Envisaged as an ‘entertainers’ choir as a counterpoint to the more traditional choral groups in the area the choir nevertheless soon racked up an excellent competition record to complement their concert success.
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Well; we’re finally on the road to restarting rehearsals thanks to the relaxing of the lockdown rules. Our first rehearsal back will be on Monday 12th. July at our new venue; St. Luke’s Methodist Church, Clayton. It’s been a very frustrating time during lockdown, as it has for most people, but we have had so […]
We have received the very sad news that one of our ex-choristers, Peter Greenwood-Jones has recently passed away from Prostate Cancer. Peter was a member of the choir for many years and had a fine Bass-Baritone voice. On his retirement, he and his wife Pam moved to Cyprus, where I believe they became valued members […]
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. 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. We’d love to increase the diversity of the choir and welcome anyone, whatever colour, creed or orientation so don’t let the white, middle aged image of Male Voice singing put you off.