Male Voice Choir
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Haverfordwest Male Voice Choir 2012 © Website created by www.2bwebdesign.co.uk
Paul is a member of the Baritone Section of the Choir. He has been in the choirs since 2012 having heard them sing at a Remembrance Concert. Paul, like so many of the Choir has no formal musical qualifications, he just enjoys singing. A native of Pembrokeshire and an engineer by trade, Paul slao has interests in classic motorcycles.
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Peter has been the choir’s accompanist since January 2011. He began playing the piano at the age of seven, and the double bass at thirteen. He undertook a two year course at Cardiff College of Music & Drama at the age of eighteen, completing his studies at weekends and in his spare time, whilst holding down a full time job. Peter has accompanied the Haverfordwest Male Voice Choir before, back in the seventies. He also accompanied the Milford Haven Operatic Society for five years. He continues to be the accompanist to Neyland Ladies Choir and has been playing for them now for sixteen years. During that time, the Ladies Choir have toured Southern Ireland, France, Holland, Germany, Canada, Malta and various parts of the UK. He has also played the piano for Glan Cleddau Folk Dancing Group and is an active member of Priory Road Methodist Church, Milford Haven where he has been organist since 1999. Peter has many commitments with Churches and Chapels in the area as well as helping local schools, and in particular, accompanies Peter Totterdale who is the Tenor Soloist with the London Welsh Male Voice Choir. He was also accompanist to Peter Totterdale for the production of a CD he made some years ago.
Phil is originally from Staffordshire. He moved to Pembrokeshire in 1995. He learned
some Welsh songs at a young age and was later persuaded to join he male section of
his secondary school choir. When he moved to Mathry, he immediately felt at home
and joined Haverfordwest Male Voice Choir soon after having heard them at a concert
in Mathry School, He moved away from the area in 2003, but he re-