Gareth Malone is a British choirmaster and television presenter from London. He is best known for TV shows such as ‘The Choir’ and ‘The Choir: Military Wives’.
Starting his career working for the London Symphony Orchestra, he appeared in the BBC Two show, ‘The Choir’, in 2007, which was followed by ‘Boys Don't Sing’, in 2008, ‘Unsung Town’ and ‘The Big Performance’ in 2010. His notoriety increased with ‘The Choir: Military Wives’, which was broadcast in 2011, and featured the song, Wherever You Are, which hit Christmas #1 that year.
He went on to feature in ‘Sing While You Work’, in 2012 and ‘Gareth's All Star Choir’ in 2014, which gave him a second #1 with a cover of Avicii's Wake Me Up for ‘Children In Need’. ‘The Choir: New Military Wives’, was broadcast in 2014, followed by ‘The Naked Choir with Gareth Malone’, in 2015, ‘Gareth's Invictus Choir’, in 2016 and ‘Pitch Battle’, in 2017.
Gareth Malone is set to perform at London’s Palladium in November. Catch him live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
We first saw Gareth & the choir in 2014. We were fans of the TV programme but unsure what to expect at the "live" show. We were certainly not disappointed. It was amazing. As soon as we could, we booked for the 2015 tour, collecting work colleagues along the way.
If anything this year's show surpassed last year's.
We enjoyed the guestsin 2014 but it was even more specisl with jusr Gareth & his choir.
Each one of the soloists were brilliant & so humble.
The Beatles medley he did with the young lady was incredible.
The atmosphere is such a happy one.
Of all the concerts I have attended (& I do go to quite a few ), not may have the "feel good factor" of this one.
The choice of music is ure to appeal to all ages & all different music lovers.
We are just waiting for the 2016 dates.
We have even more friends joining us.
Thanks Gareth. See you next year
Bournemouth Bournemouth International Centre on December 5 2015
I attended Bournemouth International Centre to see Gareth and his "Voices" choir. It was brilliant, brilliant, brilliant - is there a bit of a theme going on here?!!!!! I can't wait for Gareth's next tour and cd. Gareth's "home" audience did him proud, and much deserved. Have a happy and restful Christmas - you deserve it Gareth.