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About us


In the summer of 2007, a group of men in Marshfield, South Gloucestershire, got
together as a makeshift choir in support of
a charity event.


Most of us had not sung before, except in the shower. And so, enthusiastically encouraged by Welshman Geraint Evans and ably directed by the multi-talented Laurel Pyne, the Marshfield Male No-Voice Choir was born. Why ‘No Voice’? Well, Geraint would ask folk, ‘Can you sing?’ and when they said ‘No’, he replied ‘Perfect, you’re in!’ 


We've come a long way since and feel confident enough to have dropped the 'No' in our name, performing concerts and competitions as well as joining other choirs on occasion.


We sing a broad range of styles including traditional male voice, choral, folk, musicals and more contemporary numbers.


We are delighted to be coached and directed this year by our new Musical Director Luana Godwin, a Marshfield resident and excellent Soprano, who together with our amazing accompanist Sarah Bartlett are guiding us through new additions to our repertoire as well as polishing up our older songs.


Click here to read more about us and our guest performers.

Click here to see more photos from our concerts

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Luana Godwin

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Sarah Bartlett

Performing at The Peggy Dodd concert in the Holy Trinity Church,
Combe Down, Bath in October 2016

We were guest performers at Gilly Wells' concert in Tormarton Church
in September 2016

Fathers Day at Dyrham Park NT 2016

The Choir at Gilly Wells' concert in Tormarton Church September 2015

St Mary's with Hilary, Joy and guests Gillian Wells & Rebecca Snell in 2015

Dyrham Park with Hilary, Sarah and guest soprano Gillian Wells in 2013

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Rehearsal night in the Chapel

The Choir with Laurel in 2010

Practice night with Laurel in 2012

Laurel Pyne

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