Welcome to the
Dorset Police Male Voice Choir
Looking for a new activity?
Why not join our choir!!
Being a member of our choir is a great social activity and the benefits to your health of singing are well known.
We are now recruiting new members.
If you are an experienced singer, or have never even sung before, why not come along, just listen or join in and have a chat with the members. Our members come from all walks of life and you don’t have to work with the police to sing in the choir.
We practice on a Tuesday each week for two hours and generally give about eight concerts per year to raise funds for local charities. Voice coaching will be provided and we have a measured process to integrate new members into the choir.
You can also check us out on where we have a selection of songs from our repertoire.
The choir was delighted to perform at the Dorset Police Awards ceremony in November 2023.
Pictured are: Colin Weston - High Sheriff of Dorset, Chief Constable Amanda Pearson (who is also President of the choir) and David Marshall - Musical Director.
Guidance Notes and Tips for Organisers
For some of you, this will be the first time that you have organised a concert.
It is hoped that the notes in the document we have provided in the link below will help smooth your way through the many things that you will need to consider and do to ensure that the event is a resounding success.
The notes in the document should be carefully read in conjunction with the choir’s Terms & Conditions and application form.
Concert dates are agreed on a first come first served basis.
Download the Choir Information sheet.
Download the Conditions for Concerts & Events document.