More tickets on sale

Tickets have also gone on sale for Bestwood Male Voice Choir’s Diamond Jubilee concert, in which BeVox are appearing as special guests – and we’ve got something special planned for our entrance, too! To get your tickets to this incredible concert at Nottingham’s Albert Hall, call 01623 484 091. We’re really looking forward to performing alongside Bestwood MVC – it will really be an evening to remember.

Tickets on sale

We’re using an online ticketing system to sell tickets for any of our performances that are ticketed. Most performances we do aren’t ticketed, as they’re out in the community and so are free, but for more formal concerts, such as “Voices at the Cathedral” on 13th July, or “BeVox at Buxton with Brass” on 8th December, we’ll be selling tickets. The link you need is bevox.eventbrite.com, and there you’ll find details of all concerts we’re currently planning that require tickets. PLEASE NOTE – this doesn’t include events that we’re not producing ourselves, as tickets for these will be sold by the event organisers – we’ll include information about how to buy tickets for these kind of events on the Performances page.

For “Voices at the Cathedral”, you can also buy tickets in person at the Cathedral itself – just call in to their office and they’ll be happy to help!

One last thing – a quick reminder to the Nottingham group – we’re at West Bridgford Methodist Church tonight, not the school. See you there!

Performance information

We had a great time singing at the Spire Choir festival in Chesterfield yesterday – despite wet weather forcing us indoors for the second two performances. It was great to hear the streets of Chesterfield resounding with choirs of all kinds, and we heard some great performances when we weren’t singing ourselves. So many people stopped to listen, which was great – and so many wanted us to start a branch of BeVox in Chesterfield! We’d love to oblige of course, but at the moment are somewhat restricted by the number of days there are in a week…

Tickets have gone on sale for our concert at Sheffield Cathedral. At the moment, they’re only available online – we’re looking at other options and will keep you posted on this if they become possible. You can get them from this link.

We’re looking forward to our next public outing, singing at the Hemlock Happening on 2nd June. Maybe the weather will be kinder to us…

Busy times!

It’s been a few weeks since I last wrote here, but the delay isn’t due to not having anything to say – it’s because I’ve been so busy I haven’t had time to write! It’s still very hectic here, with lots to organise for lots of different events. We’re really pleased to have confirmed our concert at Sheffield Cathedral – we’ll be there on Friday 13th July. Full details on ticket availability etc will be released soon.

We’re still waiting for confirmation of plans for the possible re-run of Olympic Triptych on 25th June – we should know more by early next week. We’ll update you as soon as we hear anything!

Our Come and listen page is currently up-to-date with all the performances we have planned for this season (except our flash mobs – we’ll keep those under wraps!). We’ve got lots of other events happening too, including our Singposium and a top-up rehearsal this Sunday, auditions for soloists on June 9th, and a couple of other bits and pieces we’re working on.

We’ve had a good initial take-up for our BeVox at Buxton with Brass event, although there are still plenty of spaces available. We’ve sent an invitation to our friends at City Voices Cardiff to join us for the Buxton concert – we had such a good time working with them on the St Pancras flash mob, we thought it would be lovely to involve them in another of our events.

We’re singing in the Spire Choir festival next weekend, a series of performances by lots of choirs throughout Chesterfield. It will be nice to dust off last season’s music and give it another airing!

Incidentally, we’re still open to new singers wanting to join us. We’ve seen lots of new people join us this season, and it’s great to see all the groups thriving and growing so organically.

Happy singing!