The Malvern Men’s Choir will hold a concert to celebrate their 100th anniversary.
The group will return to perform in Malvern Wells, where the choir began life as a quartet in 1922.
By 1926, the band had nearly 30 members, roughly the same number of members as the band has today.
The concert will take place on Saturday July 2 from 7.30pm and will be held at All Saints Church on Wells Road.
There will be a guest soloist named John Swindells who will play the historic Church organ as part of the performance 112 years after it was installed.
A Malvern Male Choir spokesperson said: “The hugely successful first centenary concert of the Malvern Male Voice Choir was staged at Malvern Priory in early June with local female choir Sabrina Voices.
“The concert on the first Saturday of July will offer a very contrasting program. To recognize the original formation of the choir quartet, some members have formed an octet just for the occasion and will perform entertaining songs to complement the big sound of the full choir. .”
Tickets are free for all participants under 18 and there will be light refreshments.
Proceeds from the concert, which is part of ‘Midsummer Malvern’ civic week, will benefit the Citizens’ Advice Bureau, the Malvern Food Bank and Megan’s Kitchen.