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  • Babes and Ballads, Salisbury, Wilts Salisbury's only ladies only choir.  Through song and fun we lift spirits, make new friends and learn some fun music together. 

  • Backworth Male Voice, North Tyneside We are a sixty strong choir with a passion for singing and socialising; proud of our heritage we are committed to keeping the art of male voice singing enjoyable and engaging. The Choir was founded by the local miners of Backworth Colliery in 1951 and although the pits are long-gone, the Choir is more active than it has ever been, having recently performed in such venues as: The Sage Gateshead, Durham Cathedral, Newcastle City Hall and at the Menin Gate in Belgium and venues in Germany. The Choir are always looking to recruit new members and we would love to hear from you.

  • Barcarolle Belters, Kensington, London From January 2017 this new choir meets for one hour on a Thursday lunchtime, enabling you to escape from the office and get the blood pumping with a high-intensity sing. Focusing on pop songs, jazz standards and songs from the West End, there is no requirement to read music to join this choir.

  • Bacarolle Divas, Kensington, London This is the original Barcarolle choir, formed in the spring of 2012 by like-minded ladies wanting to make music together. Since its formation under original Music Director Katrine Reimers, it has performed in several concerts at Christ Church Kensington, featuring soloists from the Royal College of Music. Its present Music Director is Sam Evans, and under his tuition the choir has expanded its repertoire and developed its sound.

  • Bakewell Choral Society, Derbyshire Based in North Derbyshire and with 80+ members, the Bakewell Choral Society presents a series of concerts of sacred and secular choral music. Recently celebrated its 25th Anniversary. The society has close links with community, commissions new works and invites Guest Tutors.

  • Ballyclare Male Choir, near Belfast Its 65 members come from a wide area, and the choir is well known throughout the British Isles through its performances on radio, TV and concert platform. It has close associations with choirs in Germany, Finland and Norway.

  • Balsham Singers, Balsham, Cambridgeshire A 4 part choir, founded in 1995 by village resident Julian Robinson. While it is based in Balsham (about 11 miles south of Cambridge City centre), we have singers that come from far and wide to join us. We predominantly sing sacred works but like to diversify with other material.

  • Banbury Choral Society, Oxford Banbury Choral Society was founded in February 1942, in the dark days of World War Two. Sue Freestone  has been Musical Director since January 2001

  • Banchory Singers, Deeside, near Aberdeen: A mixed-voice choir whose repertoire ranges from Scottish folk songs through popular musicals to classical choral works.

  • Bangor Ladies Choir, Bangor, County Down Bangor Ladies Choir are based in Bangor Northern Ireland on the coast of County Down by the shores of Belfast Lough. The Choir was formed back in the early days of 1976 by Isobel Reid, the founding conductor. In April 2011 Paul Briggs, who was temporarily directing the choir, was appointed to the role of Musical Director with Joan Houston taking up the position of Deputy Conductor. Together with our very experienced Accompanist Elizabeth Whalley, Bangor Ladies Choir can only continue to go from strength to strength - so it is onwards and upwards!

  • Bangor Male Voice Choir (Côr Meíbion Dinas Bangor), Gwynedd Probably one of the busiest choirs in North Wales, especially during the summer months when they perform 2-3 times a week, singing regularly to American and Canadian visitors and occasionally to other foreign visitors

  • Bangor Revelation Rock-Gospel Choir, Wales A Christian based rock-gospel choir which incorporates other performing arts (dance, drama & band). Starting life at University College, London, in 1993, Revelation has now expanded, forming many more choirs spread around Universities within the British Isles.

  • Bangor University Chamber Choir, Gwynedd The University Chamber Choir is a small group of around 20-30 singers, selected by audition. The Choir performs music from the Middle Ages to the present day, and gives regular concerts in Bangor and in other locations. Plans for the 2016-17 season include works by Vivaldi and Durufl. Auditions for the Chamber Choir take place on Tuesday 27 September.

  • Bangor University Chorus, Gwynedd The University Chorus is a large mixed choir of students and staff from throughout the University, in addition to singers from the local community. In the 2016-17 season we will be performing Vivaldi’s Gloria with the Orchestra of Welsh National Opera in Theatr Bryn Terfel, and joining with the University Symphony Orchestra in May for a large-scale performance of Walton’s exciting oratorio Belshazzar’s Feast.

  • Barbara Walton Singers, Stoke of Trent, Staffordshire. A mixed voice choir of 35-40 singers, providing quality choral concerts and interesting programmes throughout Staffordshire and the West Midlands.

  • Barberettes, Reading, Berkshire Ladies Barbershop Harmony Chorus of 42 voices.

  • Barclays House Choir, Poole, Dorset  A mixed classical choir of 60 members but on the lookout for new members. There is no formal audition process to undergo but the ability to find and hold a note is of course required. Full details about the choir and concerts, including online booking is available on the site. As are audio recordings.

  • Barcarolle Belters, Kensington, London From January 2017 this new choir meets for one hour on a Thursday lunchtime, enabling you to escape from the office and get the blood pumping with a high-intensity sing. Focusing on pop songs, jazz standards and songs from the West End, there is no requirement to read music to join this choir

  • Barcarolle Divas, Kensington, London Formed in 2012 the choir’s repertoire encompasses classical and contemporary music, and lighter songs. Rehearsals are fun and lively, with a focus on vocal technique and musical rehearsal. If you are a confident singer looking to develop your voice as well as learn exciting repertoire, this is the choir for you! 

  • Bargoed Male Voice Choir, Bargoed, Mid Glamorganshire. We are currently 48 strong with a wide variety of all choral music catering for all tastes modern classical and pop. We are available to travel anywhere if the costs are met. we generally work for expenses plus donation, we are also available for weddings. Our president is Stuart Burrows, and our vice president is Ruth Madoc.

  • Barisons Singers, Epsom, Surrey Over the last eleven years Barisons Singers has built up a reputation for excellence, versatility and sensitivity in both live performances and recordings. The choir gives and annual Easter and Christmas performance, an annual Summer Concert and European Tour.

    Barnet Choral Society, London Barnet Choral Society was founded in 1940 and is currently around 100 strong. We provide an opportunity to learn and enjoy choral music in a relaxed but purposeful atmosphere (with occasional social events to spice things up a bit). We're a non-auditioned choir and welcome singers of all ages and abilities, with a mix of material which we hope will suit everybody. Our repertoire has ranged from old to new; from sacred works to opera choruses and folk songs; from light-hearted to serious and from straightforward to difficult.

  • Barnsley Youth Choir, South Yorkshire Founded in February 2009 and has over 170 members aged 8-19 years old. We have developed links with international choirs but would like to develop further links. The choir is based in Barnsley, South Yorkshire and is the first of it's kind in this area. We rehearse at Kingstone Specialist School for Performing Arts near the centre of Barnsley and have young people from around the area involved. and There is a committee of 14 and over 40 adult volunteers who support these young people. There are 4 musical directors and accomplished accompanists. The choir have developed a varied repetoire in the short time they have performed including Classical, Folk, Gospel and Popular music and numbers continue to grow. Audition dates are planned for 2010 and more information about the choir can be found on our website  

  • Barnstaple Jubilee Singers, Barnstaple, North Devon  The Ladies Choir was formed in 1977, and still continues to grow and is just as popular as it was when first formed.  Our repertoire is mainly arranged by our Musical Director, Viv Gregory, and includes all types of music from classical to pop, the choir love the variety of the music we sing.  We are fortunate to have a very talented accompanist, Bridget Tait who joined us two years ago.  We are a very friendly group and welcome new members who can join us without audition. We are a fun choir who enjoy singing and each other’s company

  • Barnstaple Ladies Choir, Devon The Choir is very fortunate to have Mary Chant as our Musical Director. Mary is well known for her work in the local amateur theatre, having played leading roles in various musical productions. She also teaches singing and is therefore able to utilise her theatrical experience and vocal talent to the great benefit of the Choir.

  • Barnstaple Male Voice Choir, Devon The Barnstaple Male Voice Choir was founded in 1919 under the initial name of Barnstaple YMCA Male Voice Choir.  A local organist and musician was asked to form a choir in order that the YMCA could hold a charity concert to mark its re-opening after the end of World War I.  It proved a great success and the singers agreed to stay together.  By 1920 the links with the YMCA were no longer relevant and the Choir's name was changed to the Barnstaple Male Voice Choir and has so remained until this day.

  • Barnstorm Community Choir, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire. A brand new community choir initially created to perform world premiere of new commission by Harvey Brough

  • Barnt Green Choral Society, Worcestershire 60-strong on the southern fringes of Birmingham, performing everything from Bach to Bernstein in four performances a year in local halls

  • Barrow Male Voice Choir, Cumbria Barrow Male Voice Choir, founded in 1931, is the last remaining traditional male voice choir in the area surrounding Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, an industrial town of over sixty thousand inhabitants in north-west England.

  • Barry Community Choir, Barry, Wales (formerly Barry Choral Society) In 2015 we decided to rebrand ourselves and have renamed our choir The Barry Community Choir. With 50 years of vocals not far over the horizon our choir has been an instrument for delivering superb music and we are very much committed to performing a wide range of song to the community of Barry.

  • Barry Male Voice Choir, Wales Barry Male Voice Choir is an amateur choir based in the South Wales seaside town of Barry. The choir are a friendly group of men who enjoy singing a variety of musical styles from traditional Welsh songs to more contemporary numbers. The choir have a professional conductor and accompanist. They mainly perform in local churches and other venues whereby the proceeds of the performances go to local charities.

  • Barton Community Choir, Bedfordshire We are a choir based in Barton-le-Clay, Bedfordshire. Formed in September 2010, we are a community choir, where the enjoyment derived from singing together is the most important thing.  No audition is necessary to join, if you just wish to sing with other like-minded people, this is the choir for you.  You will be sure of a friendly welcome.We meet on Mondays during school term time at 7.30pm in Ramsey Manor Lower School, Barton-le-Clay.  Rehearsals last 1 hours.  Average attendance is currently about 40 people per rehearsal, with a significant number of men.

  • Barton Stacey Chamber Choir, Winchester We formed in early 2011 and sing a variety of musical styles from sacred anthems and madrigals through folk music to more contemporary pieces.  This sociable choir has no audition, no-fees and no requirement to be able to read music we just ask that you are an enthusiastic singer and team player who is willing to learn. We rehearse every Monday at 7.30pm at All Saints Church in Barton Stacey.

  • Barts Choir, London (St Bartholomew's Hospital Choral Society) At 300-strong, London's largest amateur choir, regularly performing with top-class professional orchestras and soloists. Barts is renowned for professionally led rehearsals that culminate in performance at major London concert venues. Our Spring term finished in March, with our performance of Parry's 'Blest Pair of Sirens' and Vaughan Williams' tumultuous 'Sea Symphony' at the Royal Festival Hall. Barts Choir joined with the Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Ivor Setterfield, to deliver an enthralling evening to a rapturous audience. For us as singers, the inspiring evening once more underpinned our belief that in the world of choral music - 'There's nothing quite like Barts!'

  • Basildon Choral Society, Essex An amateur chorus with a repertoire that ranges widely from motets, masses and challenging modern choral works to spirituals, jazz numbers and arrangements of songs from favourite musicals. We have four seasonal concerts and give a variety of additional performances throughout the year at the request of churches, charities and private organisations - either with the full ensemble or the BCS Small Choir. Our membership includes - amongst others - teachers, students, schoolchildren, farmers, politicians, marine geographers, botanists, ornithologists, engineers and those enjoying their retirement. We're an adventurous bunch and have taken concerts to Basildon's twin towns in France (Meaux) and Germany (Heiligenhaus), as well as to Bruges, Erlangen, Florence, Gossweinstein, Lille, Ostend and Rome.

  • Basing Singers, Basingstoke, Hampshire An amateur adult, mixed choir of around 40 singers. We have a varied repertoire including both classical and light pieces. We sing for enjoyment and to raise money for good causes.

  • Basingstoke Choral Society  When Basingstoke Choral Society was set up in 1947, few people could have dreamt where it would be by the beginning of the 21st Century! From a choir of around thirty, singing part-songs and madrigals with an organ in churches or piano in village halls, Basingstoke Choral Society has grown to a membership of around 120. The Choir performs regularly in the finest concert hall in the South of England, The Anvil, with professional orchestras and soloists, to the highest standards. Much of the credit for this must go to our Musical Director, David Gibson, now commencing his 20th year with the Choir, who has overseen its development and growth.

  • Basingstoke Hospital Male Voice Choir We were formed in 2011 with, originally, 8 members and is now almost 40. The choir was formed to enable staff ( from all departments) to relieve stress by singing - indeed the motto of the choir is " Sing for Health". The choir rehearse in the hospital Restaurant on a Wednesday evening and patients, their visitors and hospital staff are encouraged to sit and listen to them. Comments have been made by patients that they have felt calmed by the music and ready to face any treatment the next day. The choir also perform at many local events including Basingstoke Festival of Choirs and help to raise substantial funds for local charitable organisations.

  • Basingstoke Ladies' Choir, Hampshire

  • Basingstoke Male Voice Choir, Hampshire Frequently heard on radio here and the USA, and with appearances on TV: Highway with Harry Secombe and on Channel Four.

  • Baslow Choir, Derbyshire was established in 1971 and currently has over 65 members. In addition to performing at least three concerts a year, the choir presents additional concerts in support of charitable events in Derbyshire and South Yorkshire. The Choir sings a wide range of music, from serious choral works to more light-hearted offerings. We also specialise in exploring the lesser-known parts of the choral repertoire. This friendly, sociable choir performs 2 Christmas Concerts, a major choral concert (usually with a professional orchestra and soloists) and a summer concert of lighter music.

  • Bath Bach Choir, Somerset Formed in 1948, a 100-strong choir who perform a varied and challenging repertoire under the directorship of Nigel Perrin. Widely regarded as a premier choir in the West-country, routinely singing in Bath Abbey and, on three consecutive nights at Christmas, Carols by Candlelight in The Pump Room.

  • Bath Camerata A versatile mixed chamber choir, formed by former King's Singer Nigel Perrin. They've made several CDs, won various prizes and been heard on BBC Radio 2,3,4 and Classic FM. Finalist Sainsbury's Choir of the Year Competition 2002.

  • Bath Cantata Group, Somerset Founded in 1955, the Bath Cantata Group has established a reputation for tackling a wide range of choral music, ancient and modern. Over the years, the 40-strong choir has performed hundreds of works, from classic sacred standards like Haydn and Mozart Masses to just one venture into Gilbert and Sullivan. Twentieth century composers such as Benjamin Britten, Lennox Berkeley, Nicolas Maw, Aaron Copland, Bernstein, Poulenc, Stravinsky and Michael Tippett (a former patron and conductor of the group) have featured widely in our programmes.

  • Bath Children's Choir Grenville Jones’ newest choir. It takes place on Saturday mornings (during term time) at Oldfield Park Baptist Church, which is at the end of Moorland Road in Oldfield Park. It is for children aged from 6 upwards and takes place between 10.30am - 12noon. Grenville is the music director and Megan McKenzie leads the choir with Grenville.

  • Bath Choral Society, Somerset Bath's longest-established amateur choir, 120-strong with a wide-ranging repertoire. They perform 4-5 concerts each year, mostly in Bath Abbey.

  • Bath Community Gospel Choir (BCGC) An all-access adult choir for anyone who would like to have a go at singing gospel music. We sing a mixture of spirituals, traditional gospel songs, R&B, funky and pop gospel and of course there’s all the swaying and clapping into the bargain! You don’t have to be able to read music notation and whether you have lots of singing experience or none, you’re very welcome.

  • Bath Community Singers, Somerset Singing for the Joy of singing. Bath Community Singers is a local choir where the focus is singing for the sheer pleasure of it. We mainly sing in four part harmony, and always without sheet music.  Songs are learnt, enjoyed, left and then revisited. We sing for the love of it. We learn songs for ourselves and hearing ourselves. We're not a performance choir, so can relax and enjoy learning songs for ourselves. We are are a very open choir, with people of all standards.   We regularly sing in the annual Choir Convention in Bristol and occasionally at other community choir days or personal celebrations.  From time to time we make our own CDs, but apart from these events, we simply sing for the joy of doing so.  Beginners and experienced singers are all equally welcome. No auditioning, or any other conditions exist about joining. You are free to drop in and just try us for an evening, although you get much more out of coming for the whole term.

  • Bath Good Afternoon Choir, Somerset The Bath Good Afternoon Choir meets every Thursday at the Central United Reformed Church in Argyle Street Bath from 2pm - 4pm. The Church is close to the centre of Bath and near to Pulteney Bridge. Please use the side entrance to the church and enter through the glass door, and we are upstairs in Argyle Hall - this will be the regular rehearsal room for the Choir. 
    Bath Male Choir  Bath Male Choir was founded in February 2006 by Grenville. The Mayor of the City is the Choir Patron. This is a Choir that makes a BIG sound and has a huge reputation. The Choir totals over 70 singers. Grenville has proved that, contrary to public belief, MEN DO SING and is always trying to encourage younger men to take up, “The best hobby in the world!”  They meet on Tuesdays at Beechen Cliff Methodist Church, Shakespeare Avenue, Bath. Grenville auditions all new members for Bath Male Choir. This is a straight forward one to one voice test. New members are welcome to attend a rehearsal to discover more about BMC, if they then apply to join, the audition is arranged with them by Grenville.

  • Bath Minerva Choir, Somerset A non-auditioning choir, formed  in 1994 and now has around 95 members. under conductor Jason Thornton.  Amongst recent performances are Brahms Requiem, Haydn Creation and Mendelssohn Elijah in Bath Abbey with Sir Willard White.  Future plans include Mozart Requiem in Bath Abbey on 9 June with professional orchestra Bath Philharmonia and two performances of Verdi Requiem in December with Bristol Schools Philharmonia.  Rehearsals run from September to July on Saturdays mornings from 10.30 to 12.30. 

  • Bath Youth Gospel Choir A mixed youth gospel choir of 30 children aged between 10 and 16 years. The repertoire consists of traditional and contemporary gospel, along with popular music arranged in a gospel style.

  • Battersea Choral Society, London (formerly Thomas's Choral Society)  Founded in 1999 as Thomas’s Choral Society and renamed in 2016. We performs two concerts each year in the glorious setting of Holy Trinity Sloane Square. We are directed by Sam Evans who was appointed in October 2013. Sam is a professional singer, conductor and teacher and is also Music Director of Riverside Opera.  Our members are committed and enthusiastic which makes for performances which are thrilling for the audience and exhilarating for the singers. We retain a sense of joy of singing and of friendship and celebrate all our concerts with parties at our local Battersea pub, The Woodman. We do not hold auditions. Our entry criteria are the ability to read music, great enthusiasm for classical choral music, commitment to rehearsals and a little bit of homework to learn your notes at home, and the enthusiasm to sell tickets to everyone you know!  So if you would like to come and join us you are very welcome at any time to try a rehearsal or two and then decide if you would like to join. We are currently very keen to recruit more tenors and basses though all voices are welcome.

  • Battle Choral Society, East Sussex Battle Choral Society is a thriving choir of over 100 voices, based in the historic market town of Battle, East Sussex and founded in 1903. We hold two or three Concerts during the year, performing some of the very greatest Choral works.

  • BBC National Chorus of Wales, Cardiff, Wales The BBC National Chorus of Wales was formed in 1983. It has developed into one of the leading large mixed choruses in the United Kingdom. Whilst preserving its amateur status, the chorus works to the highest professional standards under its Music Director Adrian Partington and enjoys a close performing relationship with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales.

  • BBC Singers Britain's only full-time professional chamber choir, world-renowned for their dynamic performances of contemporary music and vast repertoire. Originally formed in 1924 as the Wireless Singers, they broadcast regularly on BBC Radio 3 and TV and have a busy schedule of concerts in the UK and abroad

  • BBC Symphony Chorus, London Founded in 1928 the BBC Symphony Chorus is one of the UK’s most distinctive amateur choirs and is recognised as a leading exponent of newly commissioned works and of the established choral repertoire. In its appearances with the BBC Symphony Orchestra, the Chorus performs a wide range of challenging repertoire, most of which is broadcast on BBC Radio 3. Each year the Chorus performs in approximately 12-15 concerts in London with the BBC Symphony Orchestra at the Barbican and BBC Proms, where it is the resident chorus. The Chorus also gives concerts on its own and with other orchestras at UK venues and abroad, as well as recording for commercial record labels. The Chorus schedules auditions for prospective new members throughout the year, and is always keen to hear from singers with choral experience who are interested in joining. Regular rehearsals take place twice a week at the BBC’s studios in Maida Vale on Fridays, with the other evening alternating between Monday and Wednesday. Please contact the Chorus Administrator (via the website) for more information.

  • BBVoices, Birmingham e-mail only: contact: BBVoicesChoir@gmail.com A new choir at John Lewis Birmingham

    Beaumaris Singers, Newport, Shropshire A mixed, auditioned, choir of approx 35 members performing up to 6 concerts a year across the Midlands and abroad. Its repertoire includes a wide range of accompanied and unaccompanied works which are performed to a very high standard. 

  • Beaminster Gallery Choir, Dorset A costumed quire, mainly West Gallery, which meets weekly in Broadwinsor. Performs concerts, church services and Beaminster Festival.

  • Beaminster Singers, Dorset A 45-strong choir performing 2-3 concerts a year in West  Dorset, with professional soloists and orchestra.

  • Beare Green & Newdigate Choral Society, Surrey We are a small, friendly and welcoming amateur choir (non-auditioned) of around 50 members, who meet on Wednesday evenings at Newdigate Village Hall.

  • Bearsden Choir, Glasgow Bearsden Choir was formed following a performance of Handel’s Messiah at Christmas in 1968. From this modest beginning, the choir has grown in stature to take its place amongst Scotland’s finest choirs. With current membership of around 100, it is always keen to recruit new singers. Under the inspiring leadership of Andrew Nunn, the choir offers singers new musical challenges, whilst recognising the enduring popularity of the great traditional choral favourites. Members foresee exciting  times ahead and relish the opportunity of conveying audiences on magical musical adventures.

    Bearsted Choral Society, Kent Established in 1970, the Bearsted Choral Society consists of around 65 enthusiastic members under the able leadership of Peter Ashley.  We perform a variety of sacred and secular works and the cornerstone of our activity is three concerts a year in April, July and December each year (when we devote half the programme to carols).  Rehearsals are Monday evenings the Society gives 3 or 4 major concerts each year - 2 at Holy Cross Church, Bearsted, with the others and various shorter events taking place in similar venues around North Kent.

  • Beaufort Male Choir, Gwent Originally formed in 1897, are still going strong today with over sixty singers from all over Gwent. They have performed in many prestigious venues all around the world, and are one of the most famous choirs in Wales. We are open to accepting invitations for concerts or weddings, with a varied repertoire from traditional to contemporary music.

  • Beaupre Singers Cowbridge, South Wales The Beaupre Singers are a mixed choir (SATB) formed in 1987, centred around Cowbridge, South Wales.  We are amateur in status, but professional in attitude. We nearly always sing a capella (unaccompanied),and can perform anywhere from cathedrals or churches to clubs or shopping centres !

  • Beccles Choral Society, Suffolk is a community choir of around 70 members and performs 3 concerts a year in the local parish church, with an orchestra drawn from local highly qualified semi-professional and amateur musicians when possible. New members with  the ability to sing in tune are always welcome and they do not need to be able to read music. Contact should be made through the society's web site.

  • Beckenham Chorale, Kent Mixed, 80-strong, with a wide and varied repertoire. While we sing a varied repertoire, we are best known for our spirited performances of the great and exciting choral works. We perform three concerts a year at St George's Church Beckenham with weekly rehearsals from September to June at the St George's Church Hall. These venues are close to Beckenham Junction Rail and Tram Stations and on many bus routes. Car parking is also available at the St George's public car park.

  • Beckington Village Choir, Frome, Somerset A non-auditioned, SATB, secular community choir, with a current membership of about 35. We hold two concerts per year, in June and January, plus other smaller engagements: remembrance Day Service, Carol Services etc.  The repertoire ranges from pop arrangements and songs from the shows, through spiritual and the classical repertoire. We welcome new members, in all sections, but we especially require men and younger members, even those with no previous singing experience.  The choir has a friendly and welcoming atmosphere, where the fun of making music together is the important criteria.

  • Bedford Choral Society Formed in 1867. 140-strong, presenting a wide range of choral music, from Opera to Oratorio

  • Bedford Gallery Quire, Bedford, Bedfordshire This 25 strong Quire researches and performs sacred music in the "West Gallery" tradition. Its primary sources are manuscripts dating from the 18th and early 19th century from churches in the Bedford area. The repertoire also includes West Gallery music from elsewhere in England, and some related sacred Harp pieces from the USA.

  • Bedford Rock Choir, Bedfordshire Nationwide phenomenon Rock Choir rehearses across Herts, Beds and Bucks in Flitwick, Hitchin, Bedford & Milton Keynes. Members learn a range of feel-good pop, gospel and Motown songs in harmony arrangement. There is no audition and no requirement to read music. All are welcome – try us out for free

  • Bedworth Singers (previously Bedworth Choral Society), Warwickshire  The choir is over thirty years old. We perform all types of music from “Oratorio” to “Music from the Shows”.  We raise money for a number of charities including the Mary Ann Evans Hospice. The choir consists of people of all ages and backgrounds from all over the region.  No auditions are required - just a desire to sing with like-minded people and the opportunity to sing solo and in small groups!  We are a friendly group who just enjoy making music. We are eager to welcome new members in all voice ranges and all ages.

  • Beeston Tuneless Choir, Nottinghamshire Beeston Tuneless Choir launched on 11th January 2017 with a record crowd for a Tuneless launch of 113 people! The choir is based at Beeston Methodist Church, Chilwell Road, Beeston, NG9 1EH.

  • Bel Canto, Macclesfield, Cheshire Like singing but don’t think you are good enough to join a choir?  Well think again, Bel Canto may just be the choir for you, especially as there are no auditions and no requirement to read music.  We sing a wide range of music from simple rounds, folk songs from around the world and madrigals - some are sung in unison, some in parts.  There is something for everyone. Why not give us a try?

  • Bel Canto Choir, Mexborough, South Yorkshire We are a good-standard mixed voice amateur choir numbering around 30. Our repertoire ranges from major choral works (Messiah, Mendelssohn, Orff, Rutter, Jenkins etc) through part-song to folk settings. 

  • Bel Canto Chorus, Sonning, Berkshire Female voice choir establish March 2008, approx. 30 members. We sing a varied repertoire from ‘Bizet to the Beatles’ Rutter, Mozart, Mendelssohn, Madrigals and arrangements from our Musical director, David Kirby-Ashmore. New members welcome

  • Belcanto, Kettering, Northamptonshire Belcanto is a female voices choir of around 30 members, formed in 2008.  Belcanto give regular concerts and have raised funds for a number of charities and churches in the Kettering district. Further afield, they have been successful in the 2010 and 2012 Choir of the Year competitions, achieving Choir of the Day on both occasions.  During April 2012 the choir visited New York and performed to great acclaim.  Belcanto won first prize in the Female choirs category of the 2012 Llangollen International Eisteddfod (they were also prize-winners in 2010 and 2011) and performed during the Choir of the World concert.

  • Belcanto Male Chorus, Sawmills, Near Ripley, Derbyshire Formed in October 2009

  • Belfast Cathedral Choir, N Ireland Choral activity has been maintained on this site since the 1770's.Belfast Cathedral aims to be a centre of excellence in Anglican Choral Music. This section carries details of the Choir, the Choristers, the Youth Choir, Scholarships available, and the organ which is the largest pipe-organ in Northern Ireland.

  • Belfast Philharmonic Choir The Belfast Philharmonic Society was founded in September 1874 by the amalgamation of two existing societies - The Classical Harmonists, founded in 1851 and the Belfast Music Society, founded in 1872. The first concert was Mendelssohn's Elijah. The Society changed in the 1950's with the disbandment of the orchestra and has exclusively been a choral society since that time. The Belfast City Orchestra replaced the Philharmonic Orchestra and, when it combined with the BBC Orchestra to become the Ulster Orchestra, strong links were forged to continue to provide choral music to the audiences of Belfast and beyond. The Belfast Philharmonic Society has given performances of Messiah each December since 1886. There is no doubt that for some this may be the only time they hear live choral music in this traditional concert outing. However, for others this may be an introduction to choral music which will make them return to hear both orchestra and choir throughout their lives.

  • Bella Acappella, Ludow, Shropshire Bella Acappella is a 20-strong chorus of ladies of all ages from south Shropshire and Herefordshire who love singing in four-part harmony. Relaunched as Bella Acappella in October 2011, the group is now bravely led by our fantastically talented and enthusiastic Musical Director, Amy Evans.

  • Bella Cora Female Choir, N. London An accomplished ensemble of sopranos and altos, which achieves high standards of musicianship and a beautiful sound in performances around London

  • Bella Voce Social Club, Abbey Wood, London SE2 9RH (AKA Greenwich Rock Pop Community Choir) We meet at the  the Abbey Arms Pub, every Tuesday, 7;30-9:30. We are a fun loving male/female group singing songs from artists like: Bowie, REM, Mumford and Sons, Monkees, Turtles, Justine Beiber, Foo Fighters, Beach Boys, Toto, Oasis, Daft Punk, ABBA, ELO, Biffy Clyro, Stones. No experience necessary for the singing. We do not use music score. We are a very friendly bunch of adults that just love singing our hearts out.

  • Bellacapella, Ormiston, West Sussex Ormiston Six Villages Academy - Monday 6-7pm in term time. Just turn up! All welcome - all abilities. No need to read music - acapella choir singing a wide range of material from pop to world to gospel and folk. Really positive and welcoming atmosphere - lots of laughing! Led by Emily Barden

  • Belmont Male Singers, Swansea, Wales 40 plus member choir founded about 30 years ago by Brian Morris, our present Musical Director, whose group Brian Morris Singers was on Opportunity Knocks. The choir is not typically Welsh, with a varied lightweight repertoire which includes popular songs such as You Raise me Up, songs from the shows and one or two Elvis classics. 

  • Belper Singers, Derbyshire An experienced SATB chamber choir of about twenty voices

  • Belsize Community Choir, Belsize Square, London NW3 We are an inclusive, fun, and engaging community that values the playful and relaxed pursuit of choral excellence. 

  • Beltinge Ladies Choir, Hearne Bay, Kent  We sing a variety of songs ranging from modern musical pieces to spirituals, gaelic lullabies and many seasonal selections
  • Belvedere Singers, Swanage, Dorset  Belvedere Singers are a friendly and sociable non-auditioning choir with high performance standards. We have approximately 50 members and give three concerts each year, often with professional soloists, with the object of raising money for local and national charities

  • Benson Choral Society, Oxfordshire Established in 1949 in Benson, South Oxfordshire, with members from Wallingford, Dorchester, Watlington and the villages around. Our conductor is Christopher Walker. We welcome new members without audition. Rehearsals are on Tuesday evenings during school term at Crowmarsh Village Hall. We give three major performances a year, usually with the Elgar Orchestra in Dorchester Abbey.

  • Benson Military Wives Choir, Oxfordshire The Military Wives Choirs Foundation is a network of choirs set up to bring women in the military community closer together through singing. There are no auditions required and no need to read music. All you need is a military connection.

  • Berkhamsted Choral Society, Hertfordshire A thriving 80-strong mixed voice choir singing a wide range of choral repertoire. We present concerts locally but also team up with other choirs - Chorleywood Choral Society and the Gaudeamus Singers -  conducted by our Musical Director, Graham Wili, to perform as the English Philharmonia Chorus in bigger venues such as the Royal Festival Hall and St Albans Abbey. We also offer the opportunity of taking part in an annual summer tour.

  • Berkshire Youth Choir Once described as 'The Manchester United of the choral world', this mixed youth choir (ages 15 – 19) with 90 members is the jewel in Berkshire's choral crown. It is a stunning choir of exceptional quality which has a string of awards and prizes to its name – most notably the 1996 'Choir of the Year' in the Sainsbury's competition, and 'Youth Choir of the Year' in 2000. The choir has made many tours abroad and will this summer be travelling to Lille, Cologne and Mainz where it will participate in the Europa Cantat Festival. The repertoire is as broad and adventurous as any professional choir, and it is currently working with composer Bob Chilcott on his piece 'The Making of the Drum'.

  • Berwick Arts Choir, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland e-mail only: contact berwickartschoir@gmail.com A large, mixed voice choir presenting major choral works, both familiar and unusual, with orchestral accompaniment, at two major concerts a year. Our conductor, Stewart McCormick, was awarded an MBE in the Millennium honours list for "Services to Music in Berwick"

  • Berwick Male Voice Choir The Berwick Male Voice Choir will be celebrating its 50th birthday in 2013 and is looking forward to continued success with their conductor Robin Cheer, an ex –Royal Artillery Musician, and their accompanist Isabel Cheer, the Director of Music at Longridge Towers School in Berwick.  2011 is the year the choir will be host to their twining town choir form Hann, Germany. 

  • Bestwood Male Voice Choir, Nottingham Formed in 1952, and now with 60+ members, it has appeared at the National Eisteddfod, the Royal Albert Hall and the Birmingham International Tattoo, as well as in Germany, Holland, Poland, Canada, USA, Malta and France

  • Bethlehem Choir, Watford, Herfordshire Choir of the Bethlehem Pentecostal church.
  • Betws-Yn-Rhos Male Voice Choir, Abergele, Conwy The choir is based in the village of Betws yn Rhos, some 3 miles inland from the North Wales coastal town of Abergele. It was formed in 1974 and now has a membership of just over 30. Members are drawn from Betws yn Rhos and the adjoining villages, from Abergele, Colwyn Bay and some from as far as Holywell. The choir is led by our Musical Director Ian Woolford, assisted by Wynford Thomas and our accompanist Sarah Williams. We rehearse  every Thursday night in the Village Hall in Betws yn Rhos, starting at 7.30  to 9.00 . ( During the winter months, in Abergele Youth Community Hall )

  • Beverley Chamber Choir. East Yorkshire Based in the East Riding of Yorkshire the Beverley Chamber Choir has c.35 SATB voices and rehearses weekly. Founded in 1998, it has built a reputation for presenting choral music to high standards. In addition to the annual concerts in both Beverley Minster and St Mary’s Church, Beverley, the choir has also performed across the country in venues such as Wells Cathedral, York Minster and Durham Cathedral, and broadcast with the BBC.

  • Beverley Male Voice Choir, Yorkshire The Choir’s membership is currently around 50 and we have represented the town of Beverley at some of the Country’s most prestigious venues, including the Royal Albert Hall, London (on several occasions), Bridgewater Hall and the MEN Arena, Manchester, also the Royal Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool.  We have also sung on several occasions in Beverley’s twin town of Lemgo, Germany. We have performed at venues large and small from Beverley and Howden Minsters to many small though welcoming locations throughout the North of England and beyond, when considerable sums of money have been raised for worthy causes.

  • BeVox, Lincoln BeVox was formed in September 2010. It started with three groups, in Wakefield, Sheffield and Nottingham. In the first season, the groups were quite small - just ten singers in Wakefield, and twenty-four in Nottingham. Sheffield started with fifty-two. Since then, a fourth group in Barnsley has come and gone (formed in April 2011, merged with other groups February 2013), the group in Wakefield has closed, and the choir has grown to over four hundred singers. A new group in Lincoln launched in September 2014. In the few years we've been around, we've done over 300 performances, and helped to raise well over 60,000 for charity.

  • BeVox, Nottingham BeVox was formed in September 2010. It started with three groups, in Wakefield, Sheffield and Nottingham. In the first season, the groups were quite small - just ten singers in Wakefield, and twenty-four in Nottingham. Sheffield started with fifty-two. Since then, a fourth group in Barnsley has come and gone (formed in April 2011, merged with other groups February 2013), the group in Wakefield has closed, and the choir has grown to over four hundred singers. A new group in Lincoln launched in September 2014. In the few years we've been around, we've done over 300 performances, and helped to raise well over 60,000 for charity.

  • BeVox, Sheffield BeVox was formed in September 2010. It started with three groups, in Wakefield, Sheffield and Nottingham. In the first season, the groups were quite small - just ten singers in Wakefield, and twenty-four in Nottingham. Sheffield started with fifty-two. Since then, a fourth group in Barnsley has come and gone (formed in April 2011, merged with other groups February 2013), the group in Wakefield has closed, and the choir has grown to over four hundred singers. A new group in Lincoln launched in September 2014. In the few years we've been around, we've done over 300 performances, and helped to raise well over 60,000 for charity.

  • Bexhill Choral Society, East Sussex Bexhill Choral Society is a friendly, enthusiastic, non-audition, mixed voice choral society in Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex.  The choir has been going for over 60 years, singing a range of choral music.  We perform 3 concerts a year, usually with orchestra.  We currently have over 60 members and warmly welcome new singers, particularly tenors.  We also organise social events, and have a thriving support group of Friends.

  • Bexhill Harmony Singers, East Sussex Bexhill Harmony is a ladies ‘a cappella’ choir based in Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex. We are a friendly group of around 20 ladies  ranging from 25 to 75 years in age who love to sing together. If you enjoy singing, have a sense of fun and would like to be part of a friendly ladies choir, then come along to see us.

  • Bicester Choral and Operatic Society, Oxfordshire We are unusual in presenting a choral concert from the main oratorio repertoire in the Spring and a fully staged operetta or musical in the Autumn, both with orchestra.  In the Summer we present a concert of light music and near Christmas the usual and some unusual carols.  Soloists are usually drawn from the membership.  If you like a varied musical diet we'd like to hear from you!  Membership is about 70.

  • Bicester Military Wives Choir
  • Biddulph Male Voice Choir, Staffordshire was formed in 1922 by builder brothers Ed and Tom Roberts, practicing in a local chapel.

  • Bidford Area Community Choir, Warwickshire Bidford Area Community Choir welcomes everyone - all ages and abilities. There are no auditions. Singing a range of music from musical theatre shows to choral pieces, the choir puts on two concerts a year to raise money for the benefit of the local community. ​Members come from a wide area - Bidford, Cleeve Prior, Honeybourne, Salford Priors, Harvington, Broom, Stratford and Evesham. 

  • Big About Singing (Corby Community Choir), Northamptonshire  Big About Singing are a group of people of all ages who come together on a weekly basis to have fun and sing.  We sing a varied repertoire including, Popular Music, Gospel, Jazz, Rock and Roll and African chants.  We even have our own original material.

  • Big Happy Noise Choir, Clydebank Led by Kirstie Edgar our fearless choir leader, the choir had its first ever performance at the launch of Lentfest 2012 in Glasgow University Memorial Chapel.  On 19th March 2012 more than 70 voices created a brilliant addition to the line-up for our 1000 Hearts event. Since then they’ve been gigging all over town.  In a world where feel-good stuff can be a little hard to come by, this choir has really made us smile. Big Happy Noise currently rehearses most Thursday evenings, 7.30-8.30pm in Our Holy Redeemer parish church hall, Glasgow Road, Clydebank. New members of all ages (16+) and abilities are warmly welcomed.

  • Big Heart & Soul Choir, Castle Acre,  Norfolk: e-mail only: contact Helen Bensihem We are a friendly A Cappella community choir meeting every Wednesday in term time 7-9. We perform two concerts annually, summer and xmas. We also have a fun weekend away in the spring. We support Sing For Water in London annually and have a magical time singing with other choirs from all over the country. Mixed ability, no need to read music.

  • Biggleswade and District Choral Society, Bedfordshire We love singing. In particular we aim to encourage the enjoyment of a wide range of choral singing for our members and our audiences in and around Biggleswade. We currently have about 70 members.  We perform at least 3 concerts a year at various venues in the area including regular events at St Andrew’s Church in Biggleswade and Langford Village Hall.  We often combine with other adult and junior choirs, soloists and instrumentalists both amateur and professional. We are a friendly and active society and organise fund raising and varied social events for the enjoyment of members and guests. Community events include singing at Biggleswade’s Christmas Lights Switch-On and carol singing at local venues.

  • BigSingThing, Swindon, Wiltshire

  • Billericay Choral Society, Essex Billericay Choral Society is a choir of about 40 amateur singers based in Billericay, Essex. We have the full range of soprano, alto, tenor and bass voices and perform various choral works in about 5 concerts per year, some jointly with other local choirs. We have been performing since 1971, and have been an integral part of the town community for many years.

  • Billingham Choral Society, Teeside

  • Billingshurst Choral Society, West Sussex The Choral Society was founded in 1986 and is now an active amateur choir with approximately 100 members. We perform four main concerts a year in Billingshurst, West Sussex and also in Chichester and Arundel Cathedrals, under our Musical Director George Jones. In 2003, together with The Angmering Chorale, we gave the first performance in the south of England of The Armed Man by Karl Jenkins. Every two years we organize concert tours to the continent. We enjoy the music we sing, and new members are always welcome!

  • Binchois Consort was founded in 1995 to perform Dufay’s Mass for St Anthony of Padua as part of a liturgical Mass for the Saint’s feast day. Its recording of that Mass was released by Hyperion in 1996 to an enthusiastic critical reception. It has subsequently released a number of other award winning recordings.

  • Bingham & District Choral Society, Notts About 100-strong, taking members from South Nottinghamshire, North Leicestershire & Lincolnshire

  • Birchpole Singers, Yarpole, Herefordshire We are a non registered charity with the aim of giving people in the community a chance to sing.  We presently number about 50 mixed voices & are led by our enthusiastic & expert teacher, Alan Taylor, who joined us in 2009 & we perform a wide variety of music, sacred & secular, serious and not so serious.  Although we have fun singing for ourselves, our aim is always to focus on preparation for concerts, thereby also helping with local fundraising. We rehearse at St Leonards Church, Yarploe, Herefordshire

  • Birkenhead Choral Society This choir was formed in 1956 when the Hamilton Ladies Choir and the Birkenhead Male Voice Choir joined forces.  Since then we have grown to around 95 singers who enjoy performing a wide variety of choral music, in both religious and secular settings.  Members come not only from Birkenhead, but also from the wider surrounds of Wirral, Merseyside and Cheshire.  On our website you will see examples of our large scale concerts in the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall and of our European tours, as well as more local activities

  • Birmingham Bach Choir 70-strong, and considered to be the foremost choir of its size in the West Midlands

  • Birmingham Canoldir Male Choir, West Midlands  In 1966, a St. David’s Day celebration at Birmingham Welsh Rugby Club inspired a group of Welsh exiles together with some English comrades to form a choir. They decided that the Choir would be called ‘Canoldir’, because the name translates from Welsh as ‘Middle Land’. The Choir is known both for its unique sound, for which it has won numerous awards and also its extensive charity work. The Choir is very active in the local community and continues to rehearse at the Welsh Chapel in Birmingham City Centre. The Choir travels regularly both nationally and internationally. The Choir celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2016

  • Birmingham Cathedral Choir The Cathedral Choir, one of the finest in the country, comprises three sections (men, boys and girls) who perform both separately and in various combinations, of which the most frequent is the traditional formation of men and boys, though the girls now also sing regularly with the men. Between them, they sing services in the Cathedral several times each week during school term time, give concerts in the Cathedral and perform at other venues in the Midlands and beyond. Earlier in 2004 they had a very successful tour to Belgium and the Netherlands. Their repertoire extends from plainchant to recent compositions, some specially commissioned for the choir.

  • Birmingham Choral Union One of the longest-established choirs in Birmingham, with a good mix of people and age groups and a friendly, professional atmosphere.

  • Birmingham City Council Choir Birmingham City Council was one of five organisations chosen to appear in the second series of BBC Two's The Choir: Sing While You Work. The choir from the show is still going strong and we now run a second community choir, all singing to improve workplace wellbeing.

  • Birmingham Festival Choral Society was established in 1843 to supply the majority of singers for the Birmingham Triennial Musical Festival Chorus & specifically for the 1846 premiere of Elijah, conducted by Mendelssohn.  BFCS gives 3 major concerts per season, tours abroad every 2-3 yrs and, since 1975, has premiered 16 new choral works. This forward looking chorus of 120 members welcomes new singers to all sections.  If you would like to join a friendly, enthusiastic chorus, why not come along?

  • Birmingham Icknield Male Voice Choir We are the oldest choir in Birmingham, founded in 1900.We have between 35 - 40 members, and are growing, always looking for new members details on our web site 

  • Bishop Auckland Choral Society, County Durham We are a long established medium sized choral society founded in 1952, giving approximately four concerts a year, three of a major choral work or works and one lighter. We are in the process of establishing a youth choir

  • Bishopwearmouth Choral Society, Sunderland The Society is well established, having given its first performance in 1949. Since then it has provided regular concerts in Sunderland with a repertoire which has been mainly classical - sacred and secular - with occasional pieces which are more contemporary. The choir seeks to achieve a very high standard musically in the chosen works and performances are always in conjunction with professional soloists and orchestras of a very high standard.

  • Bishops Cleeve Childrens Choir is totally new and was started by Jerry Spence in 2001. We try to have a separate identity to the Church Choir so that we may be able to sing concerts etc on our own. We meet on Wednesday evenings 6.00pm to 7.00pm and they also join with the adults for rehearsal on Friday Luckily we have 3 Junior Schools and one Senior School in the Parish to draw upon. All children are individually trained. We also have about 40 weddings each year to sing at for which the children are paid.

  • Bishop's Stortford Choral Society, Herts Bishop's Stortford Choral Society (BSCS) is the premier choral group performing large scale choral works in Bishop's Stortford. Founded in 1940, BSCS has approximately 70 members and our repertoire ranges from 17th to 21st Century pieces, both classical (sacred and secular) and more contemporary works. We generally perform 2 or 3 concerts a year, often with professional soloists and orchestral accompaniment, and also hold regular workshop/repertoire days. New members are welcome (no audition necessary).

  • Bishops Stortford Community Gospel Choir, Herts A non-audition choir started in 2008 by musical director Bethany Richard. The choir aims to be an inclusive community of singers where people of all ages who love to sing can have fun singing both traditional and modern gospel songs.

  • Bishopsgate Singers, Bishopsgate Institute, Bishopsgate, London 3 x ten week terms per year. 75 members No audition. Popular, world, folk acapella SATB arrangements. All taught by ear + practice  CDs.

  • Bishopwearmouth Choral Society, Sunderland, Tyne & Wear The Society is well established, having given its first performance in 1949. Since then it has provided regular concerts in Sunderland with a repertoire which has been mainly classical - sacred and secular - with occasional pieces which are more contemporary. The choir seeks to achieve a very high standard musically in the chosen works and performances are always in conjunction with professional soloists and orchestras of a very high standard.

  • Bisley Ladies Choir, Woking, Surrey e-mail only: thehunites@virginmedia.com We meet on Tuesday evenings in term time from 7 45pm to 9 45pm in the Methodist church Knaphill Woking. We perform a summer and Christmas concert and sing at the Woking Remembrance service, also at the Christmas Carol service for the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association. We have come second in our class at the Godalming Music Festival for 2 years running. We have a varied repertoire including Faure's requiem, folk songs and songs from the musicals,

  • Bitterne Park Singers, Southampton e-mail only: familymiell@ntlworld.com Our choir evolved from an Adult Education course and we all enjoyed it so much that we set up our own community choir. We have mixed ages and abilities and all are welcome. We sing a variety of songs for an hour, usually in 3 part harmony, and then have a cuppa & a chat. We make no profit and just charge enough to cover our costs. We have made a CD, a DVD and performed in concerts in the school where we practice.

  • Black Sheep Harmony, Warmley, Bristol  Black Sheep Harmony Ladies Chorus is an award winning amateur group of approx forty women of all ages and walks of life. We formed in May 2012 and perform in many events across the South West from weddings, concerts, funerals, WI meetings, music festivals and occasionally can be heard live on the radio. Our main objective is to sing with excellence. Under strong leadership we have continued to thrive, improve and maintain standards.

  • Blackbird Leys Choir, Oxford Founded in 2006, has made an extraordinary journey from a group of aspiring singers on the Blackbird Leys and Greater Leys estates in Oxford, to an acclaimed choir of national repute whose performances have included a private audience with the Queen at Buckingham Palace. Today the choir can still be seen performing in venues in and around Oxford, from small local churches to Dorchester Abbey; from the Blackbird Leys Clock House to the Jacqueline Du Pré Music Building in central Oxford. The choir’s highlight of 2009 was a visit to Oxford’s twin city Leiden (the Netherlands) on August bank holiday weekend to take part in a music festival. 

  • Blackburn Cathedral Choirs, Lancashire The Cathedral Choir of Men and Boys sing the majority of the choral services, presenting an ambitious repertoire that encompasses a broad range of styles from plainchant to present day. The choir also undertakes tours, recordings and broadcasts on national radio and television. Many of the choir men have sung in the Cathedral as a boy, returning to the choir after some years away.

  • Blackburn Music Society  A mixed Choral Society with 80 members. We perform 3-4 concerts every year. 2002/3 season celebrates our director's Silver Jubilee so there'll be plenty of fireworks!

  • Blackburn Peoples Choir, Lancashire A mixed voice a capella choir of about 45 people singing for fun under the leadership of Jeff Borradaile.  We sing all songs from all over the world and enjoy singing at different local events

  • Blackdown Community Choir, Somerset Blackdown Community Choir consists of an enthusiastic group of singers many who have been meeting since 2002, for fun and some performance, with new members joining all the time.  The choir draws people from Wellington and the surrounding area including the Blackdown Hills, the Quantocks, Milverton, mid and East Devon. The choir is very popular with a membership of 50-60 members, and generally runs close to full capacity but new spaces become available each term. You can join what ever your age, from 16 upwards, and we attempt to ensure all venues are accessible. We meet to sing!

  • Blackheath Choir (formerly the Ascension Choir), London A 70 member mixed voice choir. The choir aims at high standards and regular attendance is required. Social functions are arranged and there is opportunity to join in other choral activities.

  • Blackpool Soundwaves Ladies Choir We are a lively bunch of ladies of all ages who like to sing in the Barbershop style. If you would like to come along to our rehearsals you can find us every Tuesday from 7pm at Springfield Methodist Church Bispham Road Blackpool. We hold regular coaching days with guest educators from the Ladies Association of British Barbershop Singers. We also like to take part in Music Festivals held in the local area. Our main aim to learn more songs and have loads of fun doing it.

  • Blackpool Male Voice Choir The Blackpool Male Voice Choir was formed in 1923 in the heart of Blackpool at Riakes Parade Methodist Church.  From these early years right up to this present day we have always maintained our close links to the Church and is something we are very proud of. Over the years and through the generations our choir has grown from strength to strength and presently our 40 members are in constant demand throughout the Lancashire area which is a testament to the dedication and commitment of it's members past and present.

  • Blackpool Youth Choir Blackpool Youth Choir is a new choir for children and young people aged 8-18 in the Blackpool area, including Fleetwood, Thornton Cleveleys, Blackpool, St Annes, Lytham and Poulton. Open auditions for the choir are currently being held every Saturday in August, at 12 Woodridge Avenue, Thornton Cleveleys, Lancashire, FY5 1PR. Please come any time between 10am - 12noon and 1pm - 3pm.

  • Blackwood Acappella Singers, Streetly, West Midlands: e-mail only: contact Claire Bond All abilities welcome (most songs are taught by ear so reading music is not essential). We rehearse every other Tuesday 7.30 - 9pm in Streetly and new members are welcome to join at any time (6 per session).

  • Blaenavon Male Voice Choir, Gwent One of Wales' most popular and successful MVCs, with over 50 members, performing over 15 concerts and engagements each year.

  • Blaenporth Male Voice Choir, Ceredigion, Wales e-mail only: contact: vrichards@btinternet.com

  • Blandford Choral Society, Blandford Forum, Dorset 60+ members singing two or more concerts a year from the classical choral repertoire. In 1998, they celebrated their 50th anniversary.

  • Blenheim Singers, Oxford  Founded at Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire, The Blenheim Singers has attracted much acclaim for its exciting performances of British music. Under the direction of Tom Hammond-Davies, the group has become known for its particularly rich quality of sound, along with its young vocal freshness, much suited to the repertoire. The group’s repertoire is varied and extensive, sacred and secular, ranging from polyphonic works of the Renaissance to works by more recent composers, including part-songs by Herbert Howells and Sir Michael Tippett, sacred pieces by Sir John Tavener, and a cappella arrangements of songs by the Beatles! The singers lead hectic and intense lives as students at the University of Oxford, receiving their training by singing with the most prestigious Oxbridge chapel choirs.

  • Blossom Street Singers, Lewisham, London A dynamic vocal ensemble of highly trained professional singers, all in their twenties. The group performs a very wide range of music which is tailored to the audience or venue - from jazz and pop arrangements to close harmony to well-loved classical favourites.  

    Blossom Street was established in 2003 by Hilary Campbell, who gained a distinction for her MA in Vocal Studies at the University of York and subsequently took up a postgraduate place at Trinity College of Music.  Hilary directs the ensemble and sings soprano. Other members of the group also sing with prestigious professional choirs such as the BBC Singers and the Monteverdi Choir. Although based in London, the singers are willing to travel.

  • Bluecoat Singers, Nottingham We are a  group some 35-40 strong of  like-minded individuals  from all walks of life, who find great enjoyment making music together. Our repertoire is taken from popular classics, light opera and current West End shows. The original Society was formed around 50 years ago, although only one of our current members goes back that far! Our Society is based in Nottingham UK and we regularly put on and perform in concerts around our area.We rehearse on  Friday evening at 7.30 for a couple of hours or so - take a look at our website and make contact if you would like to join, or ask us to put on a concert.

  • Blue Jazz Voices, The Sage, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear This group works on improvisation, repertoire, vocal technique and performance, working specifically with jazz and blues repertoire to develop a practical approach to solo singing and performance.

  • Blue Moon Harmony Choir, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire We are a mixed voice choir, founded in 2002, and welcome new voices. The choir currently has 30 members and is ably led and supported by our Music Director Charmaine Worrall and Pam Taverner our accompanist. The choir has steadily grown in both numbers and ability culminating in a successful concert in Pitville Pump Room in November 2006. If you would like to hire the choir for an event please contact us. We charge a standard fee to cover our expenses. Our rehearsals take place every Thursday evening in Woodmancote New Village Hall, near Cheltenham in Gloucestershire, from 19.30 - 21.30.

  • Blue Spirit Vocals, Bristol A new and exciting youth choir from Bristol, these amazingly talented youngsters perform beautiful, uplifting pitch-perfect music. The repertoire is an eclectic mix of music ranging from folk to musical, traditional and popular in a fun and friendly atmosphere.

  • Body of Sound, Sheffield, Yorkshire Body of Sound has been running since 1997 and the women in the group have been coming for anything from 1 to 18 years. We’re here because we love singing, enjoy the sound we make together and want to get more confident in using our voices. We do occasional local gigs and busking sessions throughout the term for causes we support. In the past we’ve also sung at events like Street Choirs Festival and Raise your Banners.

  • Bohemian Moseley (Bo-Mo) Singers, Moseley, Birmingham. Bo Mo Singers are an un-auditioned group of singers who simply love to sing and harmonise! We sing world music, rock, pop, folk, jazz, soul, indie, classical, hip hop and reggae! The main objectives of this singing group are to unite local creative people, impart some musical theory and knowledge in a fun environment, boost mental health & confidence, and provide a bespoke singing experience for people who may not have ever sung before! We rehearse every Sunday at 6pm, at the Prince of Wales pub, in Moseley. Price per session is 5 per person. Please feel free to drop in one lazy Sunday eve and see for yourselves how much fun singing can be the Bohemian way!

  • Bois Afan Male Voice Choir, Port Tanbot, South Wales Bois Afan was formed in 1986 with a membership of about 25 choristers. Our aim was to revive old songs and ballads from the 1930’s to the 1960’s and also music from most popular musicals and films. The Choir has toured extensively in the past meeting other choirs and folk groups. They have travelled to Brittany, Germany, Portugal, Poland, Croatia, Slovenia, Hungary, Bulgaria, Spain and the Basque Region. 

  • Bois Goetre-Hen a'r Cylch, Bridgend, Wales Bois Goetre-Hen a`r Cylch was established on the 19th August 2009. Several months previous, a number of like minded individuals began to visualise the formation of a Male Choir for the Lower Llynfi Valley, something which this area of the County Borough of Bridgend lacked.

  • Bois y Felin Male Voice Choir, Carmarthen, Wales Based in the village of Bancyfelin, we are a Male choir consisting of 25 or so men from the surrounding locality. The choir was formed in 2008 to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Neuadd Bancyfelin, which is where you will find us rehearsing on Monday nights between 8 and 10pm, under the guidance of our Musical Director Maureen Chapman and Accompianist Kristina Chapman.

  • Bollington Festival Choir, Bollington, Macclesfield, Cheshire Bollington Festival Choir was founded in 1964 by the late Dr John Coope for the first Bollington Festival. Around 60 singers, we perform 3 concerts a year with a wide variety of music including some specially written by our present Musical Director. Tuesday night rehearsals 8-10pm in Bollington Arts Centre.

  • Bolsterstone Male Voice Choir Bolsterstone is a small village to the NW of Sheffield, but its choir was the 1999 National Male Voice Choir Champion of Great Britain, having won the title in 1992 and 1997 as well, Winners of the Male Voice Choir Section of the 2002 Llangollen International Eisteddfod

  • Bolton Chamber Choir, Bolton, Lancashire One of the finest small choirs in the North West, committed to a wide and challenging repertoire of music from the C16th to the present day 

  • Bolton Choral Union, Lancashire Friendly choir singing a wide range of works from Bach to contemporary composers

  • Bolton Festival Choir performs as part of the Bolton Festival in August. Rehearsals are intense for 3 weeks during August and the choir perform both standard choral repertoire and music written for them.

  • Bo-Mo Singers, Moseley, Birmingham Bo-Mo (Bohemian Moseley) Singers are a fun and informal auditioned group of singers who simply love to sing and harmonise! We sing world music, rock, pop, folk, jazz, soul, indie, classical, hip hop and reggae! (And we even welcome non music-readers!) Led by professional Soprano, Vocal Tutor and Choral Animateur Sara Jones, the aim of the group is to unite local creative people, impart some musical theory and knowledge in a fun environment, boost mental health & confidence, provide a bespoke singing experience for members and a social experience to kick start the week ahead.

  • Bookham Choral Society, Surrey A very friendly society of about 80 singers formed in 1927 with the general objective of promoting choral music in the locality and the more specific one of taking part in the annual Leith Hill Musical Festival held in Dorking which at that time had already been running for more than 20 years
  • Border Harmony, Barnoldswick, Lancashire A friendly community choir open to all comers in the Barnoldswick area, (near the Yorkshire/Lancashire border). We use the local library as a meeting point. All are welcome – just come with the voice you were born with and the more you sing, the more you will be able to sing!
  • Borough Chamber Choir, London We are a choir of about 25 voices, performing a wide historical range of music (Medieval to contemporary) of the ‘classical’ tradition under our charismatic conductor Bob Hanson, and giving three to four concerts a year in the London area.  The choir uses professional instrumentalists from time to time, but soloists are usually chosen from the choir.  Our aim is not only to reach a high technical standard but also to bring emotional commitment and insight to our music-making.  Currently there are some vacancies, particularly for women.  Some sight-reading ability is desirable.

  • Borough Market Choir, Southwark, London SE1 We are a non-auditioning community choir made up of a a group of around 30 staff, trustees, traders and customers; all connected by the love of food and singing.  We sing all around SE1, including the Tate Modern, The Southbank Centre and Shakespeare's Globe, we have taken part in flash mobs, collaborated with local artists and theatre directors, and perform together within our community. Our musical Director is Esmeralda Conde Ruiz, we rehearse weekly on Thursday evenings. Last year we performed at the Young Vic theatre as part of a play called The Events, which we are reprising this year at the Southbank Centre, and again at the Young Vic in July.

  • Boroughbridge Community Choir, North Yorkshire Boroughbridge Community Choir is a friendly group of singers who enjoy enjoy all kinds of music. We sing a wide variety of music, usually in three or four part harmony, ranging from African and Gospel to popular show music and light classics. There are no auditions and you do not need to be able to read music. We meet in Kirby Hill Primary School on Monday evenings from 7.00 - 9.00 pm term time only (Autumn and Spring terms).

  • Boston Choral Society, Lincolnshire The society has been making music for nearly fifty years. It has its roots in the Boston Choral Union which used to perform choral works in the town. Today, the Choral Society is the town's premiere provider of choral music, performing with professional soloists and orchestras at its concert home at St. Botolph's Church (The Stump).

  • Bothwell Philharmonic Choir, Lanarkshire The Bothwell Philharmonic Choir, under the direction of Scottish Musician Mark Donnelly, is a community based choir that blends a love of music with fellowship and support of local charities.

  • Botley Choral Society, Hampshire They give a Nov/Dec concert and one at Easter, in Botley and other local venues. They take part in the Winchester and County Music Festival each May, in either Romsey Abbey or Winchester Cathedral.

  • Bourne Choral Society, Lincolnshire  We meet each Monday evening 7.30pm to 9pm in the Bourne Abbey Church at Bourne, Lincolnshire and as a registered charity we sing several concerts every year in Bourne and its surrounding villages raising funds for local causes.

  • Bourne Tuneless Choir, Bourne, Lincolnshire Bourne Tuneless Choir launched in October  2016, led by Ken Ring with Linda Gunthorp doing the organisation. The choir is based at Bourne Abbey Church, Church Walk, Bourne, Lincolnshire, PE10 9UQ.    (Though we don’t be singing hymns – just popular songs by the likes of Abba and Queen – and we are secular so welcome people of all religions and none.) Sessions are held weekly every Wednesday evening.

  • Bourne2Sing Male Voice Choir, Dorset We were founded in 2013. In promoting Male Voice Singing our aim is to provide enjoyment for our Choristers, Supporters and of course you > our Audience.  The Choir sings for Charities and Good Causes and since it's inception has raised in excess of 13,000.  Our ethos is to have fun from music by singing tunes that are familiar and pleasing for our Audiences. 

  • Bournemouth Bach Choir, Bournemouth, Dorset The Bournemouth Bach Choir is a chamber choir of forty voices of high quality, whose main venue is Christchurch Priory.  We do 3 to 4 concerts per year, usually with a chamber orchestra.  Our repertoire favours baroque music but extends to modern composers, too.

  • Bournemouth Male Voice Choir, Dorset The earliest mention of the choir dates back to 1922 when they were known as "The Labour Choir" and sang on the steps of Bournemouth Town Hall at a civic reception. It later combined with the "Springbourne Choir", and in 1985 the choir was granted permission by the Bournemouth Borough Council to display the Coat of Arms on its uniform. The choir also proudly displays the Coat of Arms on the choir banner at every concert it gives.  The choirs extensive library includes secular music, classical and romantic music, opera and and standard male voice choir arrangements, folk songs, love songs, show songs, twentieth century compositions, gospel music and traditional songs.

  • Bournemouth Orpheus Male Choir, Dorset We are a small, male voice choir who meet weekly to sing a whole range of music from pop standards to musicals and even the some good old fashioned Welsh songs!! We sing for the fun of it, and are always on the look-out for new members!

  • Bournemouth Sinfonietta Choir, Blandford Forum, Dorset Bournemouth Sinfonietta Choir is a group of about 30 singers and has become one of the most highly regarded choirs in the south west of England. It keeps a busy schedule, performing in a wide range of places - from the intimate, historic churches of Dorset, to the expansive acoustics of cathedrals and prestigious venues, such as St Martin in the Fields, London. The singers are versatile, being equally at home singing Bach's B minor Mass as they are performing madrigals, folk songs or newly commissioned works. 

  • Bournemouth Symphony Chorus, Dorset Linked to the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, it won a Grammy Award in 1997 for its recording of Walton's Belshazzar's Feast. It has since produced its own CD, Jubilate

  • Bournemouth Symphony Youth Chorus, Dorset This started as a partnership between the Dorset Music Service, Bournemouth Symphony Chorus and The Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra.The Choir project was launched at the beginning of 1997 with two Choral Workshops for schools led by Neville Creed, Chorus Director of the BSC. The partnership continued with a performance of the Berlioz Requiem with the DYO and BSC. Regular Choir rehearsals began in September 1997 and the Choirs' first public performance was the Christmas Concert in December 1997. Since then the Youth Choir has participated in Tosca with the Bournemouth Sinfonietta Orchestra and BSC, the Planet Suite and Vivaldi's - Gloria with the DYO and early in 1999 Britten's - Spring Symphony with the BSO, BSC under the baton of Richard Hickox, which was a great success.

  • Bournville Young Singers, Birmingham This choir exists to encourage children and young people to sing, to develop their singing skills and repertoire, and to participate in concerts.  If you are not already a member, why not come along and give it a try.

  • Bovington Military Wives Choir, Dorset Bovington MWC aims to bring women in the Bovington military community closer together through singing.

  • Bowdon Church Choir, Cheshire We are affiliated to the RSCM a mixed choir of about 40, do all periods of music and take a choir holiday each year singing in a cathedral.

  • Bowes Park Community Choir, London N22 Bowes Park  Community Choir is about to have its fifth birthday!   A friendly local choir, no auditions, who sing a wide variety of music, classical, jazz, folk  - you name it we sing it!  And then we go to the pub.  We give three concerts a year and have sung outside our patch both at at Alexandra Palace, and The Arts Depot, North Finchley where we were the choir for an evening in the play "The Events"  by David Grieg at the Arts Depot.  We are currently led by Mark Biggins and we always welcome new singers. We meet on Thursday evenings a skip away from Bounds Green Tube. 

  • Bozeat Windmill Singers, Wellingborough, Northampton Bozeat Windmill Singers is a mixed choir, currently of approximately thirty-five members, that meets most Tuesday evenings in the village

  • Brackley Male Voice Choir  Brackley Male Voice Choir is a non profit making community based choir that was formed in 1995 by John Cooney. The objective of the Choir is to provide an opportunity for local men to meet regularly and make music together whilst supporting and entertaining local charities and organisations with concerts.

  • Bracknell Choral Society, Berkshire Choir of about 100 voices conducted by Greg Hallam. The Society gives three main concerts each year, normally in Bracknell and the surrounding area. Two are from a varied choral repertoire of oratorio and other usually sacred music accompanied by orchestra or smaller instrumental ensemble. Our summer concert is often a lighter programme of smaller choral and solo works.

  • Bracknell Community Choir, Berkshire An open access choir based in Wokingham with 70+ members. We are run for the members to enjoy and participate in the choral singing experience.  We are non profit and donate as much as we can to local charities.  this means that as well as being part of the community, we also support local causes.

  • Bradford and Keighley Junior Choirs, Yorkshire In January 2013 two new junior choirs were formed to provide a foundation stage for the youth choir. These choirs, for children in Y3-Y6, rehearse once a week and are directed by Alex Kyle and Lucy Appleyard. They sing a wide range of exciting music, developing basic vocal technique and music reading while having lots of fun!

  • Bradford Catholic Boys' Choir, Yorkshire Bradford Catholic Boys' Choir numbers up to thirty singers covering all four voice parts, rehearsing once a week at the Ardor site of St. Bede's and St. Joseph's Catholic College. They have sung at some of the most important services in the diocese, including the annual Chrism Mass at Leeds Cathedral and at the blessing of the Annunciation Shrine in St Joseph's Church, at which Bishop Arthur Roche presided with the Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress of Bradford in attendance.

  • Bradford Festival Choral Society, Yorkshire Bradford's largest choir and one of the North of England's longest established choral societies with roots dating back to the first Bradford Festival in 1853.  With a current singing membership of around 80 voices the choir perform all the major works in the choral repertoire at St George's Concert Hall and other venues in the Bradford area under the direction of their Chorus Master, Michael Baker.  We welcome applications from new singing members. The choir enjoy a busy season of concerts including major programmes in November and early Spring, concerts in the summer and at Christmas as well as Bradford's traditional Christmas performance of Handel's Messiah.   The Society has a series of lively social events throughout the year as well engaging in fund raising activities to help maintain the quality of their musical output.

  • Bradford Catholic Girls' Choir, Yorkshire Bradford Catholic Girls' Choir has performed to local, national and international audiences. In 2014 they won two bronze medals in the choral olympics - the World Choir Games - held in Riga, Lativa, also performing for the British Ambassador and featuring on BBC Radio 3 Music Matters. Formed in June 2006, the choir consists of up to forty members, rehearsing weekly at the Ignis site of St Bede's and St. Joseph's Catholic College in Bradford

    Bradford on Avon Choral Society, Wiltshire We are a non-auditioning community SATB choir, founded in 1986

  • Bradford on Song, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire We are an open access Community choir run by Jon Conway. We welcome everyone with open arms whether you are new to singing or even if you run your own choir. We learn songs from all traditions and cultures including English, Taize, African, Celtic, Gospel, Rock and Pop, Hawaiian and Russian. In fact if it has good harmonies and catchy rhythms then we will sing it.

  • Bradford Rock Choir, W Yorkshire We meet Mondays for a sing and a laugh! we perform at local and national events and with other local Rock Choirs.

  • Bradford Voices, Yorkshire We are a community choir – a group of adults who meet to sing and enjoy music together. We are a mixed group with a wide age range, and we welcome everyone. We believe everyone can sing, so there are no auditions. We sing songs from all over the world, including songs of celebration, peace and freedom.

  • Braintree Choral Society, Essex An enthusiastic amateur Choral Society of 50 - 60 singers of mixed ability who perform 3-4 concerts each year. Rehearsals are Tuesday evenings.

  • Braintree Male Voice Choir, Braintree, Essex Established in 1971, the choir has a reputation of providing a wide repertoire of music to suit all tastes. It gives two major concerts a year as well as many smaller concerts for local charities. It has also travelled widely in the UK and Europe.

  • Brampton Chamber Choir, Cumbria  A small group that explores the vast treasure house of lesser known as well as more well known music from all periods, but specialises in the Renaissance and early Baroque. It usually sings "Alla Cappella", but also sometimes with orchestra. The small size of the choir lends itself to sensitive and personal interpretations of the music, and members get the opportunity to sing solo or in small groups.

  • Brampton & District Choir, Brampton, Cumbria (previously Brampton Players Choir) A concert choir whose main repertoire is show tunes, easy listening, pop and occasionally delve into classical to prove that they can do it.

  • Brandnall Community Choir, Oldbury, Sandwell, West Midlands We are a group of people from the Brandhall and surrounding areas, who are passionate about music and singing. We are men and women of all ages and backgrounds, who have one thing in common, our love of music. We are a contemporary choir and sing a wide range of popular music, including songs by Queen, Elbow, Seal and many others in three or sometimes four part harmony. We perform mainly for charity and local community events, but are available for private functions too

  • Bransford Singers: e-mail only: contact Philip Holland.

  • Bra-Vissima Ladies Choir, Brentwood, Essex A small non-profit making Ladies choirfprmed nu Julia Wilson-James. Bra-vissima sing a wide range of music, sacred and secular and works with keyboard accompaniment, orchestras and a-cappella. 

  • Breathless & Co, Dorset Founded in November 2013 by Brian Hemsworth in consultation with Dorset Hospitals Pulmonary Rehabilitation Department. It is a social singing group in Poole aimed at people who, like the founder, have chronic breathing disorders. The group is loosely based on an experiment carried out at Royal Brompton Hospital to evaluate the therapeutic affect of singing in Pulmonary rehabilitation. The purpose of the group is to combine some gentle breathing exercises with singing a diverse repertoire of songs, some more challenging than others, the group provides a pulmonary rehabilitation resource which is fun, and can be enjoyed by people affected by COPD in a very social setting with their friends , spouses, and supporters too. We currently have 20 regular members, our notional maximum is 30.

  • Brecon Singers, Powys, Wales We are a community choir in Brecon in the Brecon Beacons. founded as the Brecon Cathedral Singers in 1966 by the then Cathedral’s Director of Music, David Gedge, providing an opportunity for the people of Brecon and surrounding area to sing and perform major choral works and to augment the Cathedral’s choristers. Over these five decades, the choir has performed a broad repertoire of choral music including many of the major sacred works. We have an open door policy to new members, young and not so young, who are always welcome – there are no auditions. All we ask for is a love of singing and choral music, enthusiasm and commitment to our rehearsals and performances. We believe in high and stretching musical standards, but we also very much believe in keeping the fun in music making. Absolutely anybody has the opportunity to come along to give us a trial.

  • Brent Green Singers, Sheffield  e-mail only: contact Margaret Bowers. The Bents Green Singers have picked up the musical baton from the Hill Top Choir which closed when the leader, Monica Law, left at the end of the summer term.  For more than 40 years a band of sopranos and altos have gathered at the hall to sing or gone out to perform for folk at local luncheon clubs. So it was with heavy hearts that the choir members met for the last time, with little prospect of finding a new musical director. Fast forward to the snug room at the nearby Hammer and Pincers pub one afternoon in early September when the remaining choir members listened to a rescue plan outlined by Margaret Bowers.  Margaret, who knew Monica through the Sheffield Oratorio Chorus was the most recent recruit to Hill Top. She said, ‘I feel passionate that we should keep the choir tradition going after all these years.’Post graduate music student Abi Mckee responded to an online advert for a musical leader and the Bents Green Singers were in business with Abi at the helm as musical director. 

  • Brent Singers, South Devon A long established community choir of about 60 members based in the South Devon village of South Brent, conducted by Trefor Farrow.  Rehearsals are in the Old School Community Centre TQ10 9BP between 7.30-9.30pm on Monday evenings during term time, with several concerts throughout the year.

  • Brentwood Cathedral Choir, Essex A fine site that covers the main (RC) Cathedral Choir, the Diocesan Liturgical Choir, Brentwood Cathedral Singers and the Cathedral Parish choirs

  • Brentwood Choral Society, Essex About 50-strong, often combining with other local choirs to sing in beautiful venues such as Brentwood Cathedral or Thaxted Church

  • Brewood Singers, Brewood, Staffordshire We were started by a group of local people who liked singing, and progressed through the years to a group who believe in performing to the best of their ability and to a standard that entertains people. We don't compete.

  • Bridge Singers, Nottingham: e-mail only: contact Clive Holland. 12-strong mixed group of friends based around Nottingham, performing music from madrigals to Beatles.

  • Briantspuddle Singers, Dorset Has been in existence for over sixty years, Briantspuddle being a small village near Dorchester. We are about 50 strong and hold a number of concerts in our own right each year at various locations throughout Dorset, and participate in local events such as carol services etc. We are affiliated to the Dorset Guild of Singers with whom we perform a major work on alternate years – our usual venue being the “Lighthouse Arts Centre” in Poole. The next event is the Bach St John Passion in Poole on 1 May 2010. We would be interested in joining your organisation and taking advantage of the networking opportunities available to us.

  • Bridge of Weir Choral Society, Renfrewshire Bridge of Weir Choral Society is a small, friendly choir. Rehearsing and performing in Kilmacolm. New members are always welcome.

    Bridgend Male Choir (Cor Meibion Penybont), Bridgend, Wales The Choir was founded in 1960, its name having evolved to the present during 2006. A registered charity, its aim is to give concerts to support worthy causes and to maintain its stage sharpness by entering competition and undertaking short UK & continental European tours. Competition results in recent years suggest that the Bridgend choristers are amongst the best in Wales.

  • Bridgend Tabernacl Choir, Wales Tabernacl Choir was formed soon after the opening of the new chapel building in 1990 and initially presented concerts annually under the direction of Mr Aldwyn Humphreys. Following Mr Humphreys’ death in 1994, Dr Kevin Adams took over as the musical director of the choir, a position he held for twenty years, retiring in July 2014. Matthew Nash was appointed as his successor, commencing in September 2014. The choir’s forty or so members include chapel members and also other choristers from the Bridgend area. Rehearsals and concerts are usually held at the Tabernacl Chapel, Derwen Road, Bridgend. The choir performs music from a broad repertoire including classical and modern choral works, songs from musicals, folk song arrangements and contemporary pop songs.

  • Bridgnorth Male Voice Choir, Shropshire Formed in 1962 after the Bridgnorth Comrades Clubs annual dinner. A singsong developed and Colonel Marsh, who was an influential and active member at that time, suggested that a choir could be formed as part of the clubs activities and so is was the Bridgnorth Comrades Male Voice Choir was born. In 1996 The Choir dropped Comrades from their title and became the town of Bridgnorth’s official choir. The Choir meet every Monday evening at 7:45 at the Danery Public House on the A442, two miles outside Bridgnorth in the Village of Quatford where it nestles just off the side of the road in a small hollow (once the original road). All new members receive a worm welcome so If you would like to join us or just know more about the choir, or even just want to observe our rehearsal, why not come along or get in touch via the website.

  • Bridgwater Choral Society, Somerset An enthusiastic and friendly mixed choir of about 90 voices. Professional orchestra and soloists are engaged for principal concerts which are usually held in St Mary's Church.

  • Bridgwater Morning Voices Choir, Somerset The Bridgwater Morning Voices Choir is a Community based choir which sings for fun and for learning more about singing. It is open to anyone, and meets every Tuesday in Term-time form 10.30am till 12noon at Bridgwater Arts Centre, Somerset.
  • Bridgwater Singers, Cheshire We are a group of singers under the musical direction of Mark Bradley. Based in South Warrington, we were originally known as St Wilfrid’s Consort, but marked our 25th anniversary by becoming the Bridgewater Singers, a name which reflects our local roots. We began life as a small madrigal group of eight voices, formed to provide quality music for the 800th anniversary celebrations of St Wilfrid’s, Grappenhall. Since those beginnings, when the eight founding members were active in the church’s life, we have gradually expanded to eighteen voices and no longer have any formal link to Grappenhall church.
  • Bridport Choral Society, Dorset  It was established in 1900 and  is still going strong. Recently obtaining the services of David Knight as their Musical Director, the Choir is going from strength to strength. Currently singing at about 45 strong, this choir meets on Mondays at the Bridport United Church hall, East Street, Bridport, Dorset on Monday evenings at 7.30 pm. New members are welcome

  • Brierley Hill Choral Society, Dudley, West Midlands A medium size choir with an extensive repertoire of standard choral works ranging from living composers such as John Rutter to the greats like Mozart and Handel.
  • Brighton & Hove Russian Choir, East Sussex Music lovers of all backgrounds and singing levels are invited. Knowledge of Russian not essential - just an interest in Russian music ad culture. Sheet music with both transliteration and cyrillic, plus translation. Learn traditional Russian folk songs, art songs (romances) from 18-19 centuries, and classical pieces by Russian composers. We meet in central Brighton near station, Mons 7-9pm. See website for more info.
  • Brighton Belles (Gay Womens Chorus) E Sussex Open to anyone who classes themselves as female. We meet from 7-30 to 9-00 each Tuesday evenings at Brighton Arts Club, 43 Providence Place, Brighton. No audition required.

  • Brighton Chamber Choir, E Sussex Formed in 1990 the Brighton Chamber Choir, which has Sir Simon Rattle as it's President, is a lively, friendly and welcoming choir (30-40 members) singing anything from Gregorian Plainsong to music from the Broadway Musicals

  • Brighton City Singers, E Sussex Looking for a stress-busting, fun, vocal workout? The Brighton City Singers community choir led by the dynamic American composer and entertainer, MJ is a non-auditioning, all-embracing choir singing Mozart to Gospel to Musicals and contemporary stuff. Everyone is welcome and men will get an extra special welcome as they're slightly outnumbered at the moment! It doesn't matter if you've never sung in a choir, or you're a bit rusty...we don't care as long as you enjoy singing!

  • Brighton Consort, E. Sussex Currently 27-strong, singing mostly 16-17 C. Latin church music, a capella or with basso continuo. They give at least 4 concerts per year

  • Brighton Festival Chorus, E. Sussex Founded in 1968 by Lazlo Hetay, it is one of the most sought-after and versatile choirs in the country, boasting a huge and diverse repertoire and impressive history. The 200 strong choir performs concerts throughout the year across the UK and abroad, with world-class orchestras and conductors, as well as being a important feature in the Brighton Festival, England largest arts festival, held in May each year.

  • Brighton Festival Youth Choir, E. Sussex Launched in January 2002, for young people aged 11-18 years, the choir sings a wide range of repertoire with the Brighton Festival Chorus and on its own, in the UK and abroad. Under the direction of Juliette Pochin the choir achieves a very high standard, performing with orchestras and conductors of international acclaim. 

  • Brighton Gay Men's Chorus, E Sussex The largest gay men's chorus outside of London, Brighton GMC perform a wide range of four part harmony music at venues around Sussex including their sell-out Christmas shows at the Brighton Dome Concert Hall. No auditions required.

  • Brighton Goes Gospel, E. Sussex A non-religious choir open to all irrespective of race, religion, ability or age. Their aim is merely to celebrate the Gospel style of singing

  • Brighton Orpheus Choir, E. Sussex  Founded in 1948 and celebrated its 50th anniversary in 1998. Each year several concerts of high quality, with professional soloists and orchestra, are put on. In the course of more than half a century the Choir has sung many of the major choral works, both classical and more modern.  The choir numbers around 100 members.  Rehearsals are on Wednesday evenings 7.30 - 9.30 pm, usually now in the main hall of Varndean School, off Balfour Road, Brighton.  We welcome new members who look forward to learning and perfecting the performance of the music chosen for each concert.

  • Brighton Male Voice Choir, E Sussex Brighton Male Voice Choir was formed in 1927 by Welsh miners working on the sea defences at Brighton and is still performing today, raising thousands of pounds for local and national charities.  The choir is open to men of any age and we are always looking for new members to join us.

  • Brighton Rock Choir, E Sussex Rock Choir was started by musician Caroline Redman Lusher in 2005. It pioneered the 'No Audition' and 'No Need to Read Music' approach, and now people all over the UK are enjoying its mix of fun, friendship and community spirit.

  • Brighton Welsh Male Voice Choir, E. Sussex Their present members have their roots in many parts of the UK and elsewhere, but their common bond remains the love of traditional Welsh choral singing. They perform throughout the South, and in Wales, France and Sweden.

  • Brighton & Hove Russian Choir, East Sussex Music lovers of all backgrounds and singing levels are invited. Knowledge of Russian not essential - just an interest in Russian music ad culture. Sheet music with both transliteration and cyrillic, plus translation. Learn traditional Russian folk songs, art songs (romances) from 18-19 centuries, and classical pieces by Russian composers. We meet in central Brighton near station, Mons 7-9pm. See website for more info.

  • Bristol A Cappella We are a mixed A-Cappella chorus, of around 30 singers. We mainly sing pop, rock and show songs.

  • Bristol Allsorts Choir The Bristol Allsorts Choir is a group of people from all walks of life that come together each week because they enjoy singing together. It’s a choir with fun and community at its heart. We don’t take ourselves seriously, we laugh a lot and enjoy each other’s company. We perform too and sometimes we go to the pub or to each other’s parties and events. We’re really happy when someone comes to join us. Everyone is welcome!

  • Bristol Bach Choir An auditioned choir of around 65 members, joined together by our love for Bach but performing music from a wide range of styles and composers. Available for hire for special events.  Founded in 1966.

  • Bristol Cabot Choir has been established for 30 years and numbers almost 80 singers drawn from across the city and beyond. We perform at least three times annually. A feature of our concert performances is that they are in aid of local charities which do not attract national publicity. Over the last few years we have contributed at least 3000 each year to our chosen good causes.

  • Bristol Cathedral School Choral Society Originally established in 1972 as a choir for parents of pupils at Bristol Cathedral School, membership is now open to all who enjoy choral singing.  Concerts are held in Bristol Cathedral, and occasionally at other venues in the Bristol area. We have a 50-strong membership and welcome new members (particularly tenors). 

  • Bristol Chamber Choir (formerly Bristol Madrigal Choir) The Bristol Chamber Choir traces its history back to 1837 when the Bristol Madrigal Society was founded to "promote madrigal singing in the city", and the first singing meeting was held on 1 March 1837 at the Montague Inn, Kingsdown (destroyed in World War II). Except for the years of World War II, the Society has rehearsed and given concerts ever since. Apart from the longest-running music festival choirs, Bristol Madrigal Society is therefore the oldest British musical society to have performed regularly in public. 

  • Bristol Choral Society Founded over a century ago in 1889 and numbers some 170 singers at present. We perform three or four concerts each year specialising in the major choral works, and pride ourselves on the high standard of our music making. We are a friendly choir and enjoy many social events in addition to our singing. We have enjoyed several interesting overseas tours where we have sung in a variety of places and venues.

  • Bristol Fashion Bristol Fashion Ladies Barbershop Chorus was formed in 1977.  We are ladies from all walks of life with one common interest: making music and having fun. Our aim is to promote friendship through harmony. We are always looking for new members, so if you would like to meet and become friends with a group of like-minded ladies who love to sing and laugh, then come along. The chorus currently has around 45 singing members and the age range spans nearly 70 years. We are members of the Ladies’ Association of British Barbershop Singers (LABBS) and meet up each year to enter the annual convention, where we take part in competitions.  We are proud that we have been in the final for many years. We are committed to entertaining as broad a cross section of the community as possible and take great pleasure in singing for the handicapped and the elderly as well as a variety of audiences.

  • Bristol Folk House Choir We are a warm and friendly choir based in the heart of Bristol. We learn all our songs by ear, so there's no need to read music. We don't hold auditions and everyone is welcome. We will cover a wide variety of folk songs, as well as world and contemporary music. The choir are happy and fun loving. They create a sense of community and a love for singing. If you fancy meeting some friendly people and having a good sing, then come along! We practise on Tuesday nights from 7.45pm – 9.45pm at the Bristol Folk House just off Park Street during term time. It is conducted by Nonny Tabbush an up and coming folk singer and choral practitioner. We charge 6 per week if you pay in full at the start of every half term or 8 per night if you want to drop in

  • Bristol Folk Singers The Bristol Folk Singers are a friendly new group coming together to sing English Folk Songs in traditional harmony. All rehearsals are at Horfield Quaker Meeting House, 300 Gloucester Road, BS7 8PD

  • Bristol Georgian Choir We are a mixed group of singers that share a love of singing the ancient and evocative harmony songs from the Republic of Georgia. Founded by our director Anthony Johnston in 2004, the choir will be celebrating its 10th anniversary this year! Anthony first came into contact with Georgian song through a meeting with the male ensemble Mtiebi in 1994, led by the late Edisher Garakanidze. He was struck by the presence and authenticity of the singers and the power of the songs to energize and inspire, and to stir some ancestral memory of a world all but forgotten. From that meeting a seed was sown that has become the choir as it is today. In 2010 we were honoured to be invited to sing at the Chveneburebi Festival in Borjomi and Tbilisi. In 2012 we spent time in Svaneti in the Caucasus mountains and the eastern region of Kakheti, learning songs and to experiencing Georgia's rich and vibrant culture first hand. And so, it is the Georgian spirit of celebration, friendship and joy for life that inspires us.

  • Bristol Good Afternoon Choir, Bristol The Bristol Good Afternoon Choir meets every Monday afternoon from 2pm - 4pm at Trinity-Henleaze United Reformed Church – Waterford Road, Bristol BS9 4BT . There is NO charge for attending your first rehearsal and membership forms are available to collect at every rehearsal . The choir rehearsals are in 4 terms of 10 weeks and members pay per term 4 per session, this covers room and piano hire, music, admin and musician fees. You do not need to join at the start of a term, you can simply come along to any rehearsal and pick up a members form should you wish to join the choir - your fee will then be worked out for the remainder of that term

  • Bristol Ladies Choir, Bristol  Bristol Ladies Choir is an all age group, singing a wide selection of music, secular and religious, for charity and entertainment concerts.

  • Bristol Male Voice Choir, Bristol (previously Filton Male Voice Choir) 90-strong, singing music from all around the world in English, German, French, Italian, Latin, Japanese, Croatian, Welsh ... Has recorded audio cassettes and a CD

  • Bristol Man Chorus, Bristol The mighty Male Voice classics from the valleys of the Land of the Dragon. Insane Georgian/Bulgarian repertoire to make the very stones weep. Vintage cheese from the Barbershop tradition (tempered with a small pinch of salt). Also anthems concerning the wonders of facial hair, garden sheds, reversing round corners, etc....

  • Bristol Military Wives Choir Do you like to sing – into your hairbrush, in the car, in the shower...? Then maybe you would you like to join our Military Wives Choir in Bristol?

  • Bristol Phoenix Choir, Cotham, Bristol  This is a mixed choir of about 70 members of all ages, known for its friendliness.  Our Musical Director is Leslie Bunt and we are firmly grounded in the traditional choral repertoire.  We rehearse on Tuesday evenings in Cotham, Bristol and entry is by audition. 

  • Bristol Revelation Rock Gospel Choir

  • Bristol South Music Workshop & Choir Bristol South Music Workshop & Choir welcomes singers & players of all standards, including beginners. We meet on Wednesday evenings at Knowle DGE Learning Centre, Leinster Avenue, Bristol BS4 1NN

  • Bristol Voices Community Choir, St Werburghs, Bristol As a community choir we're open to everyone.  No experience is necessary, there are no auditions and you don't need to read music.  All you need is a love of singing and a desire to learn new songs. The choir is run by its members, with an elected committee who carry out the administrative functions. We employ a musical director, Jon Conway, who leads us with huge skill and energy. We have a lot of fun each week learning some gorgeous blended harmonies, singing a range of songs from across the world's cultures and musical genres.

  • Britannia Choral Society, Dartmouth, Devon A friendly, non-auditioned choir whose singing members come from Dartmouth and the surrounding area.  The choir performs two concerts a year - usually in December and March - and rehearsals are on Wednesday evenings at St Clement's Church, Dartmouth.  New members always welcome

  • Brixham Harmony Singers, Devon This group meets every Tuesday in term times in the Catholic Church hall in Brixham. We sing songs in 3 and 4 part harmony and rounds from around the world with a break in the middle to meet choir members and have a cuppa. This friendly group numbers around 40 singers each week and welcomes newcomers. If you can keep a tune, come along and enjoy a good sing- you don’t need to sight read or audition.

  • Brixham Orpheus Male Voice Choir, Devon 70-strong choir who have been on radio and TV, toured abroad and raised big money for charities
  • Brixi Singers, Bolton A mixed voice choir of 22, which was established in 1994,  and performs 5-6 concerts per year, in Bolton, and further afield. The choir has undertaken several European tours, the latest being in 2014, to the Rhine in Germany.  The choir's repertoire includes sacred and secular music, both acapella, and accompanied.

  • BroadBeat Choir, Norwich, Norfolk BroadBeat Choir is a mixed informal choir singing a variety of songs from shows, films and other popular songs.  There is no requirement to read music or have singing experience, just a desire to sing and the enthusiasm to take part.  We meet during term-time Tuesday evenings 7pm – 8.30pm at Broadland High School, near Wroxham, and (starting from 8/11/12) Thursday afternoons 1.15pm – 2.45pm at The New Victory Hall, Neatishead, Norfolk. We meet during term-time at Broadland High School, Hoveton, Norwich, Norfolk  NR12 8QN, Tuesday evenings 7pm – 8.30pm.

  • Broadland Youth Choir, Salhouse, Norfolk The award winning Broadland Youth Choir is one of the most highly regarded Youth choirs in Britain. Formed in 1992, to provide young singers in Norfolk with the opportunity to join together in music-making that is enjoyable and of the highest quality. The choir members, who rehearse in the village of Salhouse, are children from around the County of Norfolk. They range in age from 7 - 18 years. The whole choir consists of approx 40 children divided into a Junior section, aged 7 to 11/12, and a Senior section 

    Broadstone Choir, Poole, Dorset The Broadstone Choir is a friendly choir based in Broadstone in Dorset.  We currently have over 70 singers, men and ladies.  Four concerts a year are performed, in local venues, mostly of sacred choral music but also including some secular pieces.  We often have orchestral accompaniment and usually engage professional soloists. Our musical director is David Fawcett and our accompanist is John Radford

  • Brockenhurst Choir, Hampshire Founded in 1963, the choir has over 80 members and performs two major concerts a year. Recent repertoire has included Haydn's Creation, Bach's Magnificat and Howard Goodall's Requiem. Rehearsals take place on Tuesday evenings from September to May.

  • Brockham Choral Society, Nr Dorking, Surrey A choir of 75 voice performing three concert a year to a very high standard with overseas tours every two years.

  • Bromley Boy Singers, Bromley, London One of the few secular concert choirs for boys in the UK, established in 1977. The choir has en extensive and varied repertoire, hosts its own concerts as well as collaborating with adult choirs and operatic groups for larger scale works. The Director is Travis Baker.

  • Bromley Parish Church Choir, London Choral music is a vital and valued part of the life of Bromley Parish Church. Our services involve singing at the Sung Eucharist on the 1st, 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month, and for a service of choral evensong on the 2nd Sunday of the month. Occasionally we sing for weekday services (such as Ash Wednesday and Ascension Day) and also for carol services at Advent and Christmas. The choir is a friendly, dedicated and talented group of voluntary singers who come from a range of backgrounds and are drawn together by a love of singing sacred music in its liturgical context. The main rehearsal is on a Thursday evening (7.30 – 9.00) and there is a short rehearsal 30 minutes before the Sunday services.

  • Bromley Philharmonic Choir, London Around 50-strong, giving 4 concerts per year of music from Baroque to the present day. Their history (they were founded in 1949) includes the first performance of Finzi's Magnificat

  • Bromsgrove Choral Society, Worcester We are a long established happy welcoming choir of mixed voices. Our members come from the North Worcestershire area to rehearse and perform in Bromsgrove. Our main concert venue is All Saints’ Church which is off the Birmingham Road in north Bromsgrove. We perform there twice a year, once usually just before Easter and once in early December. We also enjoy various social events during the year.

  • Bromsgrove Got 2 Sing Contemporary Choir, Worcestershire Our choir in Bromsgrove offers many opportunities for you to perform at events across the county and the Midlands. Places we have performed at include Gloucester Quays, Hereford River Festival and Cheltenham

  • Bromsgrove Rock Choir, Worcestershire We meet Tuesdays Tuesday 8.00pm - 9.30pm at All Saints Church Hall, Burcot Lane, Bromsgrove, B60 1AF
  • Bromyard & District Choral Society, Herefordshire A mixed community choir numbering 60+ singers. Perform Concerts in Bromyard twice a year and at other local venues. the choir has close ties with choirs in France, Finland & Holland and have undertaken concert tours in these countries.

  • Broom Leys Choral Society, Leicestershire Varied repertoire ranging from Lloyd-Webber to Wagner, and the Beatles to Bach and Beethoven.

  • Broughton Community Choir, Croxton, Staffordshire is all about singing together and having fun! We are a friendly, informal group who sing a great collection of music, including songs from Britain, Eastern Europe and Africa, folk songs, spirituals, protest and pop. No experience necessary!

  • Broughton Parish Church Choir, Broughton, Preston, Lancashire Thriving Anglican choir of 38 boys and 25 gentlemen, the largest traditional church choir in the Diocese of Blackburn. Strong choral tradition maintained with two sung services each Sunday 11am Choral Eucharist and 6.30pm Choral Evensong. Superb 4-manual Phoenix Organ. Regular Cathedral Visits and Annual Continental Recital Tours. Several CD's available. Many Choristers are also members of the RSCM Northern Cathedral Singers.

  • Broxbourne Chorus, Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire (formerly Heath Mount Choral Society) Broxbourne Chorus began in January 2012 as a new community SATB choir for adults and students age 16+. The choir rehearses on Monday evenings 7.30 – 9.30 at Hoddesdon Baptist Church, Burford Street, Hoddesdon EN11 8HX. The choir’s conductor is David Boarder

  • Brunel Harmony Ladies Barbershop Singers, Saltash, Cornwall  The Chorus was formed in 1991 by just a handful of girls. Not only have our numbers grown but also our reputation as our singing is constantly improving. We enter local Music Festivals and also sing for charity events, residential homes, fetes, concerts in hall and churches. We are a friendly group of girls who enjoy our hobby to the fullest.

  • Brymbo Male Voice Choir, Flintshire The current Brymbo Male Choir was formed in 1959 from St Mary’s Church Brymbo with the intention of entertaining locally. With the appointment of the present Conductor Glyn Hughes in 1966 the choir began to broaden its horizons, and over the past years the choir has created an interest by giving choral performances to high levels, with an appreciation by all audiences that attend the many concerts and venues that the choir performs at. Brymbo Male Choir have travelled extensively worldwide, visiting the USA several times and performing live at the world famous Disney World resort. The choir has also sung in various State Capital buildings of Washington and Oregon.

  • Bryncoch Male Voice Choir, Wales The Bryncoch Male Voice Choir was formed in 1982 and its reputation has been enhanced annually. In 2012 the choir celebrated its 30th anniversary with a concert at St Mathews Church. This event proved to be not only a successful evening regarding the musical content But also very nostalgic, particularly for the seven founder members who are still with the choir to day.

  • Brythonoaid Male Voice Choir, Blaenau Ffestiniog, Wales

  • Buckden Singers, Buckden, Yorkshire  Buckden Singers is a four-part community choir based in the tiny and remote Yorkshire Dales village of Buckden, Upper Wharfedale.  Founded in 2007, the choir has rapidly expanded to some 45 members, from Buckden and surrounding villages. The choir, which rehearses weekly, ranges in age from 13 to late 70s. Our key objectives are to give everyone in the community the opportunity to learn to sing, to enjoy the experience of singing in a choir and to have fun.

  • Buckie Choral Union, Grampian About 55-strong, performing 2 major concerts a year with high-calibre professional players and soloists

  • Buckingham Choral Society, Buckinghamshire The Buckingham Choral Society has its foundations in 1872 and exists to promote the enjoyment of music in the Buckingham area. We are an amateur choir with an excellent reputation for  presenting concerts of a high standard, for which we engage professional soloists and orchestra.

  • Buckingham Rock Choir, Buckinghamshire Come and join in the fun with us at Buckingham Rock Choir! There are no auditions and you are not expected to read music. Just a warm, friendly atmosphere with some great music. 

  • Buckland & Betchworth Choral Society Surrey  A thriving community choir with members from all over the local area. The choir has been in existence for over 80 years and takes part in the prestigious annual Leith Hill Music Festival. The choir meets every Wednesday evening in Buckland Reading rooms. No audition required.

  • Buckley Singers, Buckley, North Wales They are a mixed voice choir and meet every Thursday at 7.15pm until 9.30pm. New members are always welcome. The choir is over one hundred years old having been known as the Buckley Choral Society in previous years. Some old famous names were among the soloists who performed with the choir - Miss Isobel Baillie in 1931 and Owen Brannigan in 1950.

  • Bucks Voices, Buckinghamshire Bucks Voices was formed in 2011 (as Bucks8Voices) for a single concert and in the years since has gone from strength to strength, currently performing up to twenty-five public and private concerts a year for a wide range of functions. 

  • Bude Choral Society, Bude, N Cornwall. A small friendly society that has been going for 50+ years, currently 40/45 strong and welcomes new members in all parts, particularly tenors.  Two major concerts a year (Spring and late Autumn). No auditions - just an expectation of the ability to sing in tune and to enjoy singing.  Rehearsals Wed evening in school term time in the Music Suite at Budehaven Community College, Bude.

  • Budleigh Salterton Male Voice Choir, Devon The Choir exists to provide a stimulating and enjoyable hobby for its sixty five or so members, but its key feature is that it performs 12 to 15 concerts a year around the region for the benefit of local and national charities. Recent beneficiaries include Hospiscare, MacMillan Nurses, Cancer Research, Devon Air Ambulance Trust and numerous church development funds. All proceeds are donated to charity as the choir makes no charge for its performances and is delighted to sing for these worthy causes.

  • Builth Wells Male Voice Choir, Powys Builth Wells (Llanfair-ym-Muallt) is a small market town set in beautiful countryside beside the River Wye in Powys, Mid-Wales. The present choir started life in 1968 as "Builth Wells Cricket and Rugby Club Male Voice Choir" and gave its first performance in nearby Garth on April 20th 1970. The Choir's title was, mercifully, shortened to the present one around 1980. The Choir draws its members from the townspeople, the local farming community and from the widely scattered area of Powys for which the town is a focal point. The Choir has charitable status and gives concerts in support of various causes in locations throughout the UK and, in the last few years, has toured in Holland, France, Germany and Eire.

  • Bunbury Singers, Bunbury, Tarparley, Cheshire A mixed voice community choir, with a mixed repertoire of both sacred and secular music and both light and serious genre. No audition required - just a love of singing .

  • Bungay Choral Society, Bungay, Suffolk  The Bungay Choral Society which currently has around 60 members, meets every Thursday in the Orange Room at Emmanuel Church at 7.30pm .Our objective is "to advance, improve, develop and maintain public education in choral music by the study and performance of choral works in the town and district"

  • Burach Gaelic Choir, Morvern, Scotland A small band of enthusiasts met in Lochaline Hotel in March 2012 to discuss the possibilities of forming a Gaelic choir in Morvern. Native of Morvern, Riona Whyte (Conductor) and her son Alasdair Whyte (Gaelic tutor) were asked (or persuaded) to lead this merry band and Brach was born! It is very much a family affair with Riona’s brother, sister and daughter all singing in the choir too. The choir had their debut performance at the Barra Provincial Md in 2012. Choir members enjoyed the experience so much that they decided to compete at Provincial Mds in Ardnamurchan, Mull and Barra in 2013 before heading for the National.

  • Bure Valley Male Voice Choir, Aylsham, Norfolk. e-mail only: contact: BEdburgess@aol.com We sing a variety of music, from, Lloyd Webber, to folk songs, and traditional church music.

  • Burgess Hill Choral Society, West Sussex  An amateur choir of about 80 singers which rehearses September to April and performs two concerts each year.  Music is varied: Mozart, Handel, Brahms, Bach etc. plus some modern composers.  Rehearsals are on Monday evenings.  New members are welcome. 

  • Burgess Hill Rock Choir, W Sussex Rock Choir was started by musician Caroline Redman Lusher in 2005. It pioneered the 'No Audition' and 'No Need to Read Music' approach, and now people all over the UK are enjoying its mix of fun, friendship and community spirit.

  • Burley in Wharfedale Community Choir, Yorkshire Burley in Wharfedale Community Choir was founded in September 2012 by Choirmaster Vivien Wrigglesworth. The choir sings a wide range of largely secular songs. The choir is open to anyone aged 18 or over who enjoys singing, no formal training is necessary and we won’t make you do a scary audition, just come along and sing! Anyone wishing to join us is can visit us at the Methodist Church in Burley at 7.30pm on Wednesdays during term time

  • Burnham Music Group, Burnham-on-Crouch, Essex Twice winner of a Performing Right Society Award for innovative programming

  • Burnham & Highbridge Choral Society, Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset We’re a friendly and relaxed group of people. Who just happen to sing choral music, which is sometimes serious, but there’s a lot of laughter whilst learning it.  We enjoy singing various types of music.  We’re a mixed choir, so ladies and gentlemen are welcome. Especially those Tenors, Baritones  and Basses, if you’re not sure which you are, don’t worry we’ll help.  Come on don’t be shy. There are no auditions, and although reading music is an advantage, it’s not necessary.There is no excuse because the first 3 weeks are FREE, so you can try before  you buy, so to speak.  Now what have you got to lose

  • Burnley Municipal Choir, Lancashire 50-strong, regularly performing with the Burnley Municipal Symphony Orchestra.

  • Burnley Singing for Lung Health, Lancashire A singing group run in conjunction with the support of The British Lung Foundation to help with breathing and any kind of breathing problem. No singing experience required – just come and have fun! You will also learn a great technique for managing those times when you feel breathless.

  • Burraton Male Voice Choir, Saltash, Cornwall Originally formed as the Burraton Methodist Church Men's Choir in 1964 and became the Burraton Male Voice Choir in 1974. Situated on the west bank of the beautiful river Tamar, in the town of Saltash, which acts as a gateway between Cornwall and Devon, whether travelling by road, rail or river. The choir practises every Friday evening from 7:15 pm at the Burraton Methodist Church, Liskeard Road, Saltash.

  • Burry Point Male Voice Choir. Llanelli, Wales Choir rehearsals take place every Monday and Thursday nights (except Bank Holidays and the month of August) between 7.00pm and 8.45pm at the Burry Port Memorial Hall. The choir is available for concerts, weddings and special occasions.

  • Burton Glee Club, Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire We are an adult choir that started in June 2011 and sing for pleasure. Come along and have a sing! Anyone 17+ is welcome. Our choir rehearses every Monday at 7:30-9:00pm at The Brewhouse Arts Centre during term time.

  • Burton Joyce Choral Society, Nottinhgham We are a friendly group of people for whom music is important, but of equal importance are the friendship, good humour and team spirit engendered by the choir. Recently we celebrated the 40th anniversary of the founding of the society, which was set up by a group of like minded Burton Joyce residents who enjoyed singing. Today over half of our members live outside of the village. Currently we have in excess of 60 members, but we are always looking for new people to join us. We are directed by Nick Milburn.

  • Bury AcaPeelers Community Choir, Lancashire A community choir based in Bury, Lancashire who perform locally. Singing everything from jazz, blues, folk, rock, pop, African, Gospel, rock n roll and more, all in multi-part harmony a capella style.  New members are very welcome, please see the website for further information.

  • Bury Bach Choir, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk Founded in 1932 the Choir numbers over 120 singers from Bury St Edmunds and its environs, and gives at least four concerts a year with professional soloists and orchestra. Bach's music remains central to the Choir's activity, as do the large-scale classics of the choral repertory, but over the years the Choir has also explored  some of the less familiar avenues of the choral repertory, including much twentieth-century British music.

  • Bury Choral Society, Lancashire Bury Choral Society, is over 150 years old and comprises 80 members of all ages and abilities, who get together once a week to share in their love of choral music. Repertoire is wide-ranging, with the choir enjoying performances of masses, requiems, spirituals, opera choruses and oratorios. We give three concerts a year in local venues, mostly churches. We welcome new members to our friendly choir throughout year.

  • Bury St Edmunds VivaVoices afternoon group - A friendly choir for people with little or no singing experience.  There's no audition and no need to be able to read music.  We sing a mix of pop, rock, musicals, easy listening and songs from around the world, raising money for charities in our end of term concerts.  Meets Mondays 1.30pm-3.00pm.

  • Bury St Edmunds VivaVoices evening group - A friendly choir for men and women, singing in 2-part harmony.  We sing a mix of pop, rock, musicals, easy listening and songs from around the world, raising money for charities in our end of term concerts.  Meets Tuesdays 7.15pm-9.15pm

  • Buxton Musical Society, Derbyshire