Clive Lewis PhD, MSc, BSc
This page was updated in January 2016
Clive sings in the first tenor section of the choir. He joined in 1991 after being invited to do so by members Mike Clayton and Malcolm Underdown at a dinner party.
He has always had an interest in singing and for many years he was a member of his local church choir. He also participated in the Maidstone Welsh Society Choir, a mixed four part choir which for some time he conducted and for which he acted as musical manager.
Clive is also an enthusiastic amateur thespian - he has been a member of a local theatre group since 1976 and has appeared in about thirty productions playing many leads including Crichton in 'The Admirable Crichton', Shylock in 'The Merchant of Venice' and Toad in 'Toad of Toad Hall'.
Following university at Bangor (Wales) where he studied physics, Clive spent most of his working life involved in marketing and sales of silicon chip electronic components imported from the USA. He retired in January 2002.
Clive, whose ability to speak welsh often helps with the choir's pronunciation, is also interested in cycling, crossword puzzles and travel. He looks forward to developing other interests now that he has retired.
Clive and his wife Eryl have four grandchildren who keep them both on their toes.