Welcome to the Wycombe Orpheus MVC website!
We are ready to welcome new members, men who enjoy singing and like the cameraderie that is to be found in our committed group of enthusiastic choristers. We sing a wide range of popular pieces drawn from musicals, films, pop classics, and of course the more traditional 4-part arrangements for which Male Voice Choirs are renowned. Help in learning the songs is provided by piano or voice recordings of each part, along with sheet music for those who find that helpful.
If you'd like to know more, look around this website for more background, then just drop an email to email@example.com and we'll be in touch.
Enjoy the Choir performing at recent concerts.
Flash Mob, Higginson Park, Marlow 7th July 2019
Wycombe Orpheus Sing the Beatles, Annual Concert May 20th 2017
Another Opening, Another Show - Beaconsfield 25th March 2017
Remembrance - Choir Tribute from November 2014
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Men - why not join us?
There are loads of benefits from singing regularly and you'd make many new friends too! Find out more here.
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Press and Organisers Media Pack
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Little Missenden Platinum Jubilee Concert 18th June 2022
The beautiful old Church of St John the Baptist in Little Missenden played host to the Orpheus, starting off a Proms season to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee. The Choir was delighted to be joined by Joshua Hagley, a star pianist well known to us from his performances in our Festival of Young Musicians over several years.
Aylesbury Concert in aid of Karibuni Children - Saturday 30th April 2022
A well-received concert with our friends in Aylesbury, in support of the Karibuni Children Trust, helping disadvantaged children in Kenya.