Seasons – Di Voci Winter Concert

Don’t miss Di Voci in their winter concert, “Seasons”.

Be treated to an afternoon of delightful music starting in spring and taking you right through the year, finishing with winter seasonal carols.

Sunday November 29th at 2.30pm.

With special guests Dolby and Hughes, piano duo.

Tickets are available from all choir members, or email

Seasons - Di Voci concert

Music for a Summer Evening

Join Di Voci for their summer concert with special guests Sale Brass Band.

Saturday 11th July 2015, 7.30pm.

The Avenue Methodist Church, Wincham Road, Sale, M33 4PL

Tickets £7. School children £3.50.

For tickets call 07505 913756 or leave a message below with your contact details.


Di Voci Summer Concert 2014 – Birds, Beatles and Blessings

Join us for our annual summer concert – Sunday the 18th May at 2.30pm.

For the first time Di Voci will be performing at Altrincham Grammar School of Girls, with resident folk band Hay Lassies as guest performers.

Tickets are £6 in advance (£3 for school age children) and £7 on the door.

For further information on tickets please call 07596 240848 or message below and we will get in contact to discuss your request.

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Upcoming Concert – Britten’s Ceremony of Carols

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Di Voci are teaming up with Lancaster-based ladies choir Lacuna to perform Benjamin Britten’s gorgeous Christmas work, A Ceremony of Carols. As well as the Britten, there will be a selection of seasonal favourites, so do come along and let Di Voci and Lacuna get you into the Christmas spirit!

There will be two performances:

Saturday 30th November at 7.30pm – Lancaster Priory, Lancaster. For tickets see

Sunday 8th December at 3pm – St George’s Church, Altrincham. For tickets message us  below or call:  07596 240848


Di Voci Christmas Concert Sunday 9 December 2012

We are holding our Christmas Concert on Sunday 9 December 2012 at 2.30pm at St George’s Church, Church Street, Altrincham WA14 4DB

The concert features the Dolby & Hughes piano duo and Christmas readings by Peter Birch as well as the Di Voci programme.

Tickets are £5 on the door (under 16s free) and include free refreshments (including Jean’s home made mince pies if you’re lucky!)

We are also selling raffle tickets to win one or more fabulous Christmas hampers.


St George’s Church is located on Church Street in Altrincham at the junction (traffic lights) with the A560, across the road from the Cresta Court hotel.


There is limited parking in front of the church and along Church Street across from St George’s. If you find it difficult to walk, please park behind the church in the Bicentennial Hall car park. You may also find spaces on Townfield Road, Richmond Road or in the playground of Altrincham C of E school (from Townfield Road, follow signs for Church Walk on the left hand side).

We look forward to seeing you on Sunday.

Fab review from our Buxton Festival Fringe performance on 11 July 2012!

This is Andrew Hodkinson’s review of our joint concert with Tideswell Male Voice Choir, quoted verbatim from the review section of the Fringe website:

“You know the event you are reviewing is likely to be good when you have to queue for a few minutes to get in! Last night was such an event, and was well supported by a capacity audience. When a performance appears easy and relaxed then it usually follows that the performers have worked really hard, and the audience is in for a treat – and we were treated to a slick and professional evening of music.

I would like to give more detail of the music performed but sadly with no printed programme and little verbal information I would likely as not get it wrong. Dennis Kay & Christopher Ellis, the MD and Accompanist, did a wonderful job encouraging and supporting the singers (I had to ask how their names were spelled – no programme!). What a fine ensemble and sound from this men’s choir; and their intonation was pretty near faultless even in “Wonderful World”, and “Yesterday” where falling phrases can so often arrive flat – not with TMVC. They have a range of sounds and dynamics that makes it a pleasure to hear.

Their guest group was a ladies choir from Altrincham called “Di Voce” (I hope that is correct), and their singing was a revelation – clear, wide range, superb intonation, and dynamic range, and what power from only 27 singers! Their items were wide ranging and a joy to listen to, and the combined items with TMVC were something really special.

The high points for me were “Bohemian Rhapsody”, and the solo spot “Floral Dance” with soloist???. For “Di Voce” it was the the Rutter “For the Beauty of the Earth”, and Gershwin’s “I Got Rhythm”. As Dennis said at the end of the concert, a choir is nothing without a first class accompanist and we had two stars last night.”

Joint concert with Tideswell Male Voice Choir Wednesday 11 July 2012 as part of Buxton Festival Fringe

Our busy summer season concludes with a concert at the prestigious Buxton Festival Fringe sharing the billing with Tideswell Male Voice Choir. We are thrilled to performing with the men and delighted they have chosen us as co-performers – after all their next shared concert is with the runaway success Military Wives Choir!

The performance will take place at St John’s Church, Buxton on Wednesday 12 July 2012 at 7.30 pm. The simplest way to obtain a ticket is to contact our musical director Lorraine Brown directly ( as she has a stash of tickets available. Alternatively you can try your luck with the Buxton Fringe box office – details on the website

St John’s Church (postcode SK17 6XG) stands is on the A53 St John’s Road, at the junction with the A5005 Manchester Road, near Buxton’s famous Opera House. There is some limited parking in the church grounds accessed from Manchester Road, but much more pay-and -display parking can be found in the surrounding streets.