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  • Caarjyn Cooidjagh, Isle of Man A group of singers based in the Isle of Man. They perform a selection of traditional and contemporary Manx songs, usually sung in Manx Gaelic, arranged by the group leader Anne Kissack. The eight women and five men who make up the group come from various musical backgrounds, but although they differ in their formal training (or lack of it !) they share an enthusiasm for Manx culture and good music performed simply.

  • Cadence, Broseley, Telford, Shropshire Cadence is a small group of mixed voice harmony singers who share a love of music making in all its shapes and forms. We rehearse weekly at Broseley and perform regularly throughout the year around Shropshire, aiming both to take music into the community and to raise funds for charities.

  • Cadenza, Cambridge Founded in 1997 as a thirty-strong conducted Jazz ensemble, Cadenza became a smaller, close-harmony a cappella group in 2002. Since then, the group has had a number of critically acclaimed successes, winning the Voice Festival UK University Championships in 2011, and coming first in the Cambridge A Cappella Competition 2015. 

  • Cadenza, Edinburgh Cadenza was founded in 1992 by a group of singers who were keen to be more than ‘just another Edinburgh choir’. It has since come to be regarded as one of Edinburgh’s leading mixed-voice chamber choirs. Cadenza is now about 50-strong and performs music dating from the Renaissance to the present day, and in all styles – sacred, secular, folk and jazz. Giving several concerts a year, many in and around Edinburgh, the choir has achieved success and critical acclaim throughout Scotland and beyond.

  • Cadenza, Hutton Cranswick, Yorkshire
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  • Caedmon Choir, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear We operate a non selection non audition policy, and encourage commitment to, and enthusiasm for singing. We perform in a variety of venues and use some of these events to raise money for a selected charity each year. We celebrate the joy and fun that can be had from of music making and performing.

  • Caerphilly Community Chorus, Mid-Glamorgan Caerphilly Community Chorus was formed in September 2009 to provide an adult mixed choir for the Caerphilly area in South Wales.

  • Caerphilly Ladies Choir, Mid Glamorgan Welcome to Caerphilly Ladies' Choir. We are a choir of more than fifty members, practising between 7.30pm and 9.15pm every Tuesday during school term time

  • Caerphilly Male Voice Choir Caerphilly Male Voice Choir was formed in 1906. Our founders where members of the Caerphilly Cricket Club. It was following a cricket match in St Fagan's that the choir was formed. They started the choir amidst the Industrial revolution in South Wales. Our Choristers come from all walks of life but we all have the same agenda. We love to sing. Our senior Choristers are an inspiration and coach the new members. Our members are proud to carry on the tradition of our founders. We meet at the Wesleyan Church, Bedwas every Monday from 7pm - 9pm.

  • Cairn Chorus, Nithsdale, Scotland Based in the heart of Nithsdale, the Cairn Chorus meets regularly in Moniaive and performs around Dumfries and Galloway. As a community choir we welcome singers with or without experience and our concerts and events are a firmly established part of the local calendar

  • Caldicot Male Voice Choir (Cor Meibion Caldicot) Wales Cor Meibion Caldicot was formed in 1963 by men who moved to the area from all over Wales to man the furnaces and mills of the new steelworks at Llanwern. The Choir quickly established itself and today can look back with pride on its achievements and successes in the competition arena, which include first prize at the National Eisteddfod of Wales and five places at Miners’ Eisteddfod. The Choir is also justly proud of the prominence that it has attained on the concert stage.The Choir have toured abroad many times, including visits to the United States of America, Canada, Holland and Germany. They have also travelled extensively throughout Great Britain giving concerts, mostly for charitable causes, and are proud of the many thousands of pounds they have helped to raise.

  • Caldy Valley Voices, Chester (formerly Aldford Singers) Caldy Valley Voices are a community choir of 45 singers. The choir was formed in September 2013. We are a mixed voice choir of all abilities, with ages ranging from 18 years of age upwards. Our repertoire covers a wide range of genre from pop to classical.

  • Called to be Saints, Nailsea, Somerset. West Gallery Quire drawing its members from Bristol, Wells, Bath, Bridgwater and and many villages around these settlements.  It meets monthly on Saturday afternoons from 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm in Church House, Nailsea. The name Called to be Saints is taken from a letter written in the eighteenth century by the congregation of Goodshaw Chapel, who addressed members of a neighbouring Chapel as such when they wished one of their people to come and be Pastor.  Many of the choir contend that it is the nearest they will ever come to sainthood.

  • Callington Community Gospel Choir, Cornwall  A lively and fun Gospel Choir of about 40 singing everything from "You raise me up" to "Oh Happy Day"! We sing some acapella songs and have fully orchestrated backing tracks for all our other songs. We sing throughout Devon & Cornwall. We practice 8 till 9.45 every Thursday evening Callington Methodist Church, although we are not the church choir. New members are welcome to come along and listen/take part under no obligation. There is no charge for membership, but we do charge 1 per week subs, to cover costs. Choir robes are provided.

  • Callington Singers, Callington, Cornwall The Callington Singers is a internationally renowned local community choir which was established in 1983 by musical director, Graham Williams

  • Calne Choral, Wiltshire For one hundred and twenty three years Calne has proudly nurtured a thriving choral society. For most of its life the choir was known as the Calne Musical Society. In its centenary year the choir was re-named as Calne Choral Society, although some long standing members still refer to it by its first title. Its origin and growth was due to the work and enterprise of Mr W Pullein, organist of St Marys Church. As a very young man of twenty-one, he formed the choir and gave the first concert in Calne Town Hall in December 1886. In its centenary year the Choir paid homage to its birth with a celebratory concert, which looked back to the first performance given by the Society in the Town Hall on 10th December 1886. The Choir performed as near to the date of the first concert on 6th December 1986, also in the Town Hall in Calne singing the very first oratorio that the founding choir sang, 'Christ and his Soldiers' by John Farmer.
  • Calton Consort, Edinburgh, Scotland Calton Consort has established itself as one of Edinburgh's most prominent chamber choirs, performing a varied and challenging repertoire to high acclaim. Performances are often a cappella and characterised by fresh and dynamic interpretations of works from a wide range of eras, with an emphasis on less frequently performed compositions. Calton Consort was founded in 2001 by 12 friends, who were also singers, for a concert in aid of a church roof appeal. The choir now comprises around 30 singers and typically performs four concerts a year including appearances at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

  • Cambrian Male Voice Choir, Tonypandy, South Wales Late in the 19th century, the discovery of coal rich seams in the Rhondda Valley resulted in a mass migration to the once idyllic landscaped area. Within the valley, in the small village of Clydach Vale, a choir of over a hundred men was formed by the employees of the local colliery and became ‘The Cambrian Colliery Male Choir’. In1978 present musical director Mr Fred Nicholas, joined the choir. Our present day accompanist Mr Brian James hails from another small mining village of Cwmaman in the Aberdare Valley. The choir activities are various and widespread. They have sung on numerous occasions at the Festivals of 1000 voices at the Royal Albert Hall. They have given concerts across the length and breadth of Britain and have performed concert tours in America, Germany and Canada. They still take great pleasure in the fact that they were the first Welsh choir to perform in Disneyworld Florida.

  • Cambridge Capella, Cambridge e-mail only: contact: CambridgeCapellaChoir@gmail.com John Lewis Partnership regional choir in Cambridge

  • Cambridge Chorale 35-40 mixed voices, performing in Cambridge & East Anglia. They record both their own CDs and commercially as a session choir.

  • Cambridge Chord Company An a cappella group of 30 men singing close harmony. They've won many awards including British Association of Barbershop Singers Chorus Championship 1999 and Sainsbury's Choir of the Day

  • Cambridge Harmony Ladies Chorus, Cambridgeshire. This A-Cappella style chorus was formed in 1982 to sing barbershop with just a few enthusiastic singers, some are still with us! Now we have 30 members (and would love more), varying in age from 18 to 80. We are affiliated to Sweet Adelines International Organisation based in Tulsa, USA. They are the largest organisation of women singers in the world with a membership of 28,000 plus, committed to advancing the musical art form of barbershop harmony through education and performance.  

  • Cambridge North Rock Choir, Cambridge A feel good rock, pop and Motown choir for people of all ages and abilities. No need to read music.  

  • Cambridge Philharmonic Society One of the leading amateur music organisations in the country. Our orchestra and chorus exist to play and sing classical music at the highest possible level. Members come from a wide variety of professions including doctors and nurses, scientists, writers, students, academics, civil servants, music teachers and refrigeration engineers!

  • Cambridge Revelation Rock-Gospel Choir We are a Cambridge University Society, formed in 1998 as part of a National group of Rock-Gospel Choirs. We have no auditions - you don't need to be able to read music or even to sing - absolutely everyone is encouraged to come along and take part. Our repertoire is very varied. Revelation is run by the choir for the choir so everyone is welcome to try conducting, arranging, soloing, organising, planning, playing in the band... the list goes on! The emphasis is very much on having fun, making friends, and enjoying the music together.

  • Cambridge South Rock Choir, Cambridge A feel good rock, pop and Motown choir for people of all ages and abilities. No need to read music.

  • Cambridge Taverner Choir 20 ex-Cambridge University Choral Scholars specialising in Renaissance choral music, singing at the highest professional level. Their first CD was shortlisted for the Gramophone Early Music Award in 1991

  • Cambridge University Chamber Choir Drawing members from Cambridge colleges, it mainly explores the secular & non-liturgical repertoire that's often untouched by college chapel choirs

  • Cambridge University Music Society (CUMS) With a Chorus and three orchestras covering a range of musical standards and styles, CUMS caters for a diverse group of over 400 performing members. The University's finest musicians are drawn to us by our 160-year tradition of excellence and our challenging concert programmes. For other members, CUMS offers the chance to make music to a high standard once a week whilst having a lot of fun and forming friendships which often last a lifetime.

  • Cambridge Voices, Cambridge A chamber choir of 16 singers (occasionally augmented to 40) with inimitable, choreographic style. Approx. 60 events a year, including 20 commissions, an annual tour of Europe and "residency" in St Etienne du Mont Church, Paris. Currently 11 CDs (Herald & Calliope). Founded and directed by Ian de Massini, of "The Classic Buskers" notoriety.

  • Cambridgeshire Choral Society Formerly the Cambridge Village Colleges Choral Society, it enables amateur singers from the county to take part in a performance of a major choral work, with a professional conductor, soloists and orchestra, performing in places such as King's College Chapel.

  • Camden and Islington NHS Trust Choir, St Pancras Hospital, London NW1 A friendly choir for NHS staff, service users, volunteers, friends and the local community. All levels welcome - no previous experience necessary. Tuesdays 5.30 - 7.30 pm

  • Camden Chamber Choir We are a small, well- established chamber choir which rehearses in central London on some Saturdays and occasional Tuesday evenings, and performs in the Primrose Hill area, a repertoire that truly ranges from ancient to modern, including both reviving forgotten masterpieces and working with living composers. We specialise in singing unaccompanied choral music, but also perform works that are accompanied by a small instrumental group or by piano or organ, and there are occasionally opportunities for choir members to take on solo roles.  Under our experienced Musical Director, Peter Lea-Cox, we endeavour to give our audiences an opportunity to experience lesser-known works, thus developing a reputation for unusual programming.  We welcome enquiries from potential new members who have reasonable sight-reading skills, and hold an open rehearsal session at the start of each term.  

  • Camden Choir, London Recognised as one of the more adventurous London choirs. In 1985, they won one of the first Performing Right Society Awards for Choral Enterprise in promoting modern music.

  • Camden Voices, London Dusting off neglected gems from the worlds of jazz, soul and gospel together with showcasing new arranging talent, Camden Voices aim for high musical standards whilst keeping a fun and warm sense of community at our heart. Formed in 2013, the 30 piece choir comprises passionate singers from across London unified by our shared love of music.

  • Cameo Singers, Wokingham, Berkshire Cameo Singers was formed as the Wokingham Madrigal Society in 1951 and celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2001.

  • Camerata Chamber Choir, Isle of Wight A brand new chamber choir on the Isle of Wight. The choir is still in the process of being formed and is looking for accomplished male singers to make up its full compliment.

  • Camerata Singers, Ipswich, Suffolk Camerata Singers is a friendly, enthusiastic choir who sing a wide repertoire of musical styles, under the musical directorship of Pamela Vinten-Phipps. Our aim is to encourage people to enjoy singing and performing together.

  • Camerata Singers, Northamptonshire Camerata Singers is a four-part mixed choir. We give three main concerts a year in and around Kettering, drawing on mainstream choral works for our autumn and spring programmes but employing a lighter approach in the summer. 

  • Campfire Choir, Richmond, Surrey Campfire Choir is a musical concept that brings people together through music and the joy of singing. It's fun and sociable and designed for adults of all ages, regardless of musical ability. The community choir sessions are held weekly where members enjoy great company with like-minded people and sing together in harmony for the sheer joy of it! All taught by a charismatic, encouraging and harmony savvy choir leader.

  • Canbury Singers, Kingston-Upon-Thames, London. The Canbury Singers is a local community choir based in the North Kingston area. We rehearse at 8.30pm on Monday evenings at St Luke’s Church, Gibbon Road, Kingston-Upon-Thames. The choir was founded in 2007 and has grown from a core of 7 to approximately 30 members today. The Canbury Singers perform at musical evenings and events throughout the year and  singing a wide-ranging repertoire including popular and classical songs, jazz, madrigals and major choral works.

  • Candover Valley and Benefice Choir, Hampshire We are a very friendly local choir, welcoming to people of all ages and abilities, and we perform at a variety of events including concerts, special services, and weddings and funerals upon request. 

  • Cannock Chase Orpheus Male Choir, Staffordshire Now 60-strong, they were formed in 1968 by the amalgamation of several colliery and village choirs in South Staffordshire

  • Canoryon Lowen, St Neot, Nr Liskeard, Cornwall  A mixed voice choir which was formed in the spring of 2002 to perform at a “one off “ concert in St Neot Church on Bodmin Moor.  We enjoyed ourselves so much that we decided to stay together as a part time choir, practising in St Neot, and living in the spirit of the name of the choir, which translates from the Cornish as “Happy Singers”. Canoryon Lowen has sung in a wide variety of venues, most recently in Smetana’s choir school in Prague, Truro Cathedral and in our ‘home’ of St Neot, in the church, Doorstep Green and Carnglaze Caverns. 

  • Cantabile, Lanner, Redruth, Cornwall Based in Lanner, Redruth, we are a well established, mixed voice SATB choir who present concerts throughout the year. Our music is carefully selected and can vary from Bach and Brahms through to Broadway and the Beatles. Whether religious, secular or both, we help to raise money for several local charities and meet to rehearse every Monday evening with a well deserved break for tea and biscuits.

  • Cantabile, Parkstone Community Choir, Dorset  Cantabil is a friendly and lively choir which has been running now for over 10 years. We consist of around 40 mixed voices, and sing mainly sacred choral works, usually accompanied by an orchestra. We rehearse in St. Luke's Church, Wellington Road, Parkstone, Dorset every Thursday at 7.30 pm (with a break in the summer) singing 2 or 3 concerts a year.

  • Cantabile, Leeds,  West Yorkshire Founded in September 2007 by the internationally-experienced choral director Jane Edwardson, we're a mixed group of about 20 experienced and enthusiastic singers dedicated to making a gorgeous sound and having fun.

  • Cantabile, Jersey  A friendly chamber choir (SATB) specializing in the finest sacred music, from 16th century to contemporary. Rehearsals on Tuesdays at St. Martin’s Parish Church (7.30 pm to 9.00 pm) led by Graham Caldbeck. We offer varied and often adventurous programmes singing regularly in Jersey churches across a range of services including Eucharist, Choral Evensong, Advent & Christmas carol services, Tenebrae, sung Latin Mass, weddings, funerals and memorial services

  • Cantabile Singers of Pembrokeshire, Haverfordwest Cantabile Singers  is a ladies choir based in Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire with Members from across the County, from as far and wide as Fishguard and Amroth. Our Musical Director, Sam Howley is a very active composer and musician based in Llangwm who took up the baton for the Choir in 2013. Since then he has helped us to develop an exciting a varied repertoire of contemporary, classical and sacred music which the Cantabile performs at venues throughout Pembrokeshire and beyond.

  • Cantabile Youth Choir, Nuneaton, Warwickshire Cantabile is a youth choir of thirty two members, at the moment, based in Nuneaton. Ages range from 9-21 years. All members are pupils of the Christine Sumner Academy of Music. Auditions are being held in late August/ early September for new members to join. Contact Allan Procter Tel. 024 76 326494 for details. The choir came 6th  in the Senior Childrens' Choir class at the Llangollen International Eisteddfod 2008.

  • Cantamici Choir, Leicestershire A high-quality choir of about 40 voices with an eclectic repertoire mostly sung a cappella.  We are currently recruiting 1st altos, tenors and basses.

  • Cantamus Girls' Choir, Mansfield, Notts. 43 girls aged 13-19, plus 30 aged 10-14 in the Training Choir. Llangollen Choir of the World 1997, and Sainsbury's Choir of the Year 1986/7 & 1994/5 and twice “Olympic Champions” at the World Choir Olympics, Bremen 2004 and Xiamen, China 2006.

  • Cantamus, Havant

  • Cantamus Choir, Bournemouth, Dorset e-mail only: contact stephie.wood@gmail.com Bournemouth Cantamus Choir was formed in Jan 1992. The choir is an adult mixed SATB chamber choir of a good standard with 21 current members.  We specialise in liturgical music and sing in churches throughout the Bournemouth area and further afield. We love to sing choral evensong , lead carol services and give concerts. We have also sung for weddings and sing in secular settings at Christmas time. We sing music of all periods from Latin plainsong to  Tudor to that of the present day , and have performed works such as Haydn's Little Organ Mass, Vivaldi's Gloria and the Faure Requiem. We sing to fund raise for local charities. All roles in the choir are on a voluntary basis, we have no subscription fee so that no one is prevented from joining by lack of financial resources. Members do have an informal audition to ensure that their voices will blend with the others.

  • Cantamus Reigate Choir & Chamber Choir, Reigate, Surrey Cantamus Reigate is an ad hoc choir and chamber choir for experienced and competent choral singers - fixed separately for each concert - that performs twice or three times per year. We aim to achieve a high standard, but on few rehearsals. Participation in the main choir is by invitation, and in the chamber choir additionally by audition. We perform a wide range of standard repertoire works, from Durufle's Requiem, via Vivaldi's Magnificat to Shearing's Who Is Sylvia and Britten's Festival Te Deum. We have a policy of encouraging musical school-age children to sing with the adult choir in the hopes that later in life, perhaps at college, if they see a choir, they might think "Oh, that would be fun!" rather than "What's that funny bunch of people doing?"

  • Cantando Female Voice Community Choir, Southsea, Hampshire Cantando Female Voice Community Choir began in 2012 with just 8 members. Since then they have nearly tripled in size. They rehearse every Monday in Southsea from 8pm-10pm.

  • Cantando Glee Club, Southsea, Hampshire Cantando Glee Club is a vocal ensemble group for 8 - 14 year olds in Portsmouth......and we're looking for fresh, new members!! No auditions or past singing  is necessary, all you need is the passion for singing and perform.

  • Cantanti Camerati, Richmond, Surrey They specialise in unaccompanied music of all periods, especially English partsongs and madrigals. They gave the first performance of Three Choric Hymns by Malcolm Williamson, Master of the Queen's Musick

  • Cantar Community Choir, York Cantar Community Choir is an exciting non-auditioning choir founded in February 2015 by people with a passion for singing in choirs and a strong interest in both contemporary and classical choral works from around the globe.

  • Cantate Boys' Choir Freelance choir of some 30 boys and 20 men, established in 1990 to offer boys from parish churches and school choirs the opportunity to sing together in a substantial authentic all-male choir

  • Cantata Choir, Liverpool One of the performing ensembles of the Cathedral Concerts Society. The Society is based at (but independent of) the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King Liverpool Merseyside.

  • Cantata Ladies Choir, Luton, Bedfordshire A ladies choir which meets in Luton, England, once a week. Our purpose is to make music to entertain and raise funds for charities and churches. We number about 35 ladies plus our Music Director (Chris Young) and our pianist (Paul Craggs). The type of music we perform ranges from the light classical through to pop tunes and West End musicals.

  • Cantate Chamber Choir, East Kent  We are a local amateur choir who sing in East Kent, our repertoire is eclectic and we sing regular concerts and also at functions/weddings etc

  • Cantate Choir, Sevenoaks, Kent  Sevenoaks-based choral group seeking to achieve the highest possible standards of performance from the sung repertoire. Members of the Cantate are singers with some training and/or experience. Admission to the 40-strong choir is by audition. The range of repertoire is wide and exhilarating, from performances of the standard repertoire to compositions by contemporary composers

  • Cantate Domino, Cornwall A small mixed choir of experienced singers practising the first and third Saturdays at 6pm at St. Mary's Church, Biscovey, Par, and singing about 10 events a year, including 3 Gwesperow (Evensong in Cornish) services a year. New members warmly welcomed (fluent Cornish not required!)

  • Cantate Youth Choir, Hertfordshire 200 boys and girls, representing 75 schools, colleges and universities; Training Choir (8 yrs +), high-voice Junior Choir (10-13) and mixed-voice Senior Choir (14-21). Sainsbury's Children's Choir of the Year 2000 & 2nd Prize Winners, Let the People Sing 2001.

  • Cantatrice Voices, Steyning & Horsham, West Sussex A ladies choir of 100 members in Steyning, West Sussex & a sister choir in Horsham, West Sussex with 50 members.

  • Cantemus, Havant, Hants  A friendly mixed voice choir (SATB) of 35 -  40 members giving 3 public performances a year.  We meet at Bedhampton Methodist Church on Tuesdays 7.30 pm - 9.30 pm. 

  • Cantemus, Canterbury, Kent A mixed voice chamber choir of about 20-25 people. We perform a wide ranging repertoire from the 15th century to contemporary choral music and perform in and around Canterbury about 4 times a year. The choir is friendly and would welcome new members.

  • Cantemus Chamber Choir, Cardiff Cantemus Chamber Choir, based in Cardiff, is fast establishing a reputation as one of the country’s finest choirs. With an experienced membership of around thirty voices, our conductor is Huw Williams, Director of Music at Bath Abbey.  Our President is the internationally-renowned countertenor, James Bowman.  We sing a wide range of music from the Renaissance to the present day and we’re particularly noted for our performances of Baroque music.

  • Cantemus Chamber Choir, Newbury, Berkshire A new choir up to 24-strong, singing 16-20C. music, both accompanied and unaccompanied.

  • Cantemus at Calday, West Kirby, Wirral We are a choir of over 80 adults from in and around the community of Calday Grange Grammar School, West Kirby on the Wirral. All adults are welcome, including staff, parents, neighbours and residents of Wirral.  We meet during term time on Tuesdays, from 7:30 till 9:00pm singing a wide range of genres from Rock to Pop, Oratorio to Opera, performing one or two concerts each term. 

  • Cantemus Chamber Choir, Stafford Approximately 35 voices, giving 2-3 major concerts per year plus charity work.

  • Canterbury Cantata, Kent Canterbury Cantata is a small choir of 22-28 experienced singers who come together by invitation of the Director to realise challenging choral repertoire to the highest possible amateur standards.

  • Canterbury Cathedral Choir, Kent Touring N. America in 1999, performing in some of the most distinguished venues in major cities and offering a rich, diverse programme of choral masterworks spanning the centuries

  • Canterbury Choral Society, Kent Canterbury Choral Society has been in existence for more than 50 years and has grown into a flourishing choir with around 200 members. The Society performs four major concerts in Canterbury Cathedral every year, hosts Family Carols at Christmas, and is recognised as one of the finest choral societies in the South East of Britain. The Society takes great pride that the Canterbury Festival has invited it to perform a major concert each year since the Festival’s launch in 1984.

  • Canterbury Choral Youth Choir, Kent CCS Youth Choir is an auditioned group aspiring to high standards of professionalism. It is made up of about 30 boys and girls aged 7 to 16 who come from a wide range of primary and secondary schools from across East Kent. They rehearse with Richard Cooke every Tuesday in Canterbury for an hour-and-a-half and start every rehearsal with exercises which train them in vocal technique. Richard introduced them very early on to a varied repertoire of sacred and secular music from the 12th to 21st centuries, including folk songs, rounds, part-songs based on poetry and jazz.

  • Canterbury Girls Choir, Kent CGC is a non selective choir for girls aged between 8 and 18yrs. The repertoire (all SSA or SSAA) ranges from classical motets and madrigals to Disney and Songs from shows. CGC perform on a regular basis in and around the Canterbury area and have links and partnerships with groups in France and Holland. Rehearsals are held on Saturday mornings between 10 and 12.30 at the Salvation Army Hall, Whitehorse Lane, Canterbury. Rehearsals - Saturday mornings (weekly) venue = central Canterbury.

  • Canterbury Ladies Choir, Kent CLC is a non selective choir for Ladies of every ability in the Canterbury area. The choir performs a range of repertoire from Brahms to Irving Berlin and beyond. There is a relaxed atmosphere with an emphasis on enjoying both the music and the act of singing with others. CLC perform on a regular basis in the Canterbury area and have links with Die Hague Sanghers (The Hague Male Voice Choir) and will be travelling to the Hague in April 2012 for a joint event. CLC rehearse every Thursday from 6.30 - 8pm at The Salvation Army Hall, Whitehorse Lane, Canterbury. Rehearsals - Thursday evenings 6.30 -8pm (weekly) venue = central Canterbury.

  • Cantiana Choir, Faversham, Kent Cantiana Choir welcomes adults of any age who enjoy singing and working towards regular performances.  The choir meets weekly on a Monday evening in Newnham Village Hall and gives a number of fund-raising concerts each year raising money especially for local causes.  We sing a light repertoire of music including pop and gospel arrangements and light classical songs.  A highlight of the year is the annual candle-lit Christmas concert at Newnham Church and we have been pleased to take part in the Faversham Festival and the Hop Festival in recent years too.

  • Canticum, London Around 35 mixed-voice singers, who've made several recordings for Radio 3 & Classic FM. They perform in London's major venues, and sing regularly outside London, including Douai Abbey, Berkshire, and Wimborne Minster, Dorset.

  • Cantignorus Chorus This 60-strong adult choir brings together staff and service users from 8 front-line charities associated with St. Paul's West Hackney. It was founded by Revd Niall Weir and its director, Tom Daggett. In December 2013, the choir released its dbut single, 'Holding out a helping hand', featuring poet and comedian John Hegley, and the choristers of St. Paul's Cathedral. The choir is non-auditioned, and residents in Hackney are most welcome to join.

  • Cantilena, Broadclyst, Devon We are a mixed voice choir, formed in 1987, of roughly 30 members, based at Broadclyst near Exeter. Our ages and backgrounds are diverse, as is the range of music we sing – mostly in four parts (SATB). We are a friendly and enthusiastic group who thoroughly enjoy singing together while always striving to improve our knowledge and ability.

  • Cantilena Choir, West Sussex A small chamber choir for female voices based in the Horsham/Cranleigh area. Many of the singers are music teachers and most play an instrument to a high standard: all have a love for singing and a desire to tackle a wide and challenging repertoire. Since their first concert in February 2010 they have performed plainsong, medieval carols, renaissance polyphony, madrigals, romantic partsongs, music by Charpentier, Mozart, Mendelssohn, Brahms, Elgar, Malcolm Singer and John Tavener as well as Bob Chilcott’s popular Little Jazz Mass and a variety of barbershop arrangements.

  • Cantilena Singers, Cambridge A small a cappella choir of around 20 members from 25 - 75 yrs old, formed in 1984, who meet weekly and  perform regularly in and around the Cambridge area. Cantilena's repertoire  includes a great breadth of unaccompanied four-part choral music, both sacred and secular, composed over the last five centuries. Performances are generally given once a term, with proceeds given to charity, and often include items from prominent local instrumental musicians. One of the highlights of the choir's year is its working week-end at Burnham Windmill in Norfolk - yes we DO work, as well as walk, talk, jam  and indulge in the choir's cooking - yummm!

  • Cantiones, Oswestry, Shropshire A mixed chamber choir of around 26 voices with a wide-ranging repertoire, based in Oswestry, Shropshire. Considered to be one of the best vocal groups in the Welsh Border Area. Its membership is drawn from Welshpool, Wrexham and Baschurch as well as Oswestry and satellite villages.  

  • Cantiones Sacrae, Dundee, Scotland A small choir the specialises in polyphonic choral music of the Renaissance period. The weaving textures in the music of the Renaissance are ideally suited to the blend of voices present in the group, with no more than one voice per part. Currently the line-up consists of two solicitors, one teacher, and one doctor who all agree that music helps them maintain their sanities!

  • Cantium Singers, Rochester, Kent This has 60 members and is held in Rochester Grammar School for Girls, Maidstone Rd Rochester Kent. We start at 7.20 on Thursdays and sing everything from Beatles to Verdi. All welcome with no audition.

  • Cantique Chamber Choir, Alton, Hampshire We are a group of 27 singers and musicians drawn by a common love of music and singing. Our repertoire varies from light to serious, from comic to tragic, from the very ancient to very modern. Our main objective is to raise money for charities and other good causes, generally, but not exclusively, around the Hampshire/Surrey border. Our members include scientists, music graduates, teachers (including two who teach music and even a judge. Membership is by invitation, but we are happy to hear from good singers who sight read and feel they could contribute.  

  • Canton Chorus, Cardiff, Wales A community choir which  meets on  Wednesday evenings at 7:45pm at Canton Uniting Church in Cardiff. We perform in two concerts each year, generally in February and July. We welcome singers of all voices and abilities. The main thing is that we enjoy singing!

  • Canton RFC Choir The choir was formed over 20 years ago by a restless group of former rugby players, who decided that whilst their playing days were over, that was not a reason for them to forego the enjoyment of the ‘Aprs Rugby’ singing. The aims of the choir are charitable, having raised many thousands of pounds for established charities and local good causes, by performing throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland. To support its charitable activities, the choir undertakes a limited number of private engagements, including Weddings, Celebratory Dinners and Club Functions, offering an extensive and varied repertoire, which encompasses traditional Welsh Hymns, Opera, Songs from the Musicals, Popular Music etc.

  • Cantonelle Ladies Choir of Carlisle, Cumbria  Cantonelle Ladies Choir is an amateur ladies choir based in Carlisle, Cumbria.  The choir currently has about 30 members who give 8-10 concerts per year in a variety of venues in north Cumbria. Our repertoire embraces classical, operatic, musicals, spirituals and folksongs.

  • Cantores, Cirencester, Gloucestershire Chamber Choir formed in 1991 and singing mostly a cappella. Our aim is to perform music that is challenging and enjoyable. We like to think that our concerts have something to appeal to everyone, some familiar pieces and others less well known. The enthusiasm and dedication of its members complements the desire of audiences to hear choral music. Together we help to keep music live and alive.

  • Cantores Dominicae, Canterbury, Kent Founded in 1979, Cantores Dominicae is an independently run choir with charitable status.  We have approximately 50 members of mixed singing ability, and rehearse weekly in Lyminge. We are fortunate to have a highly qualified and experienced Musical Director, Adrian Bawtree and have built up a good reputation in the local areas, combining high standards with a warm and friendly social life. 

    Cantores Chamber Choir, Exeter, Devon The choir has its roots in the Cantors of Exeter University, which David Allinson conducted while researching his PhD, 1994-98. Almost the whole present-day line-up are Exeter graduates from that time. Most members of Cantores have sung together since university days.  It is this background of friendship and the consistency of our line up which makes our sound very distinctive. Over the years since leaving University behind we have built a strong reputation for passionate, emotionally-engaging singing.

  • Cantores Missae, London Catholic vocal ensemble of 4-12 singers drawn from such institutions as Westminster Cathedral and Brompton Oratory, often performing the finest works of the golden age of polyphony.

  • Cantores Olicanae, Ilkley, West Yorkshire  We are a mixed voice chamber choir with approximately 50 members. We give the opportunity for amateur singers from Ilkley and  neighbouring areas to take part in the performance of major choral works, under a professional conductor, with invited soloists and orchestral or keyboard accompaniment.

  • Cantorion Ardwyn Caerdydd (Cardiff Ardwyn Singers), S. Glamorgan They've given numerous first performances of works by contemporary Welsh composers, some of whom have written expressly for them. They were the first Welsh mixed voice choir in 40 years to win the Llangollen International Eisteddfod, and have won other prizes at the Cork and Stuttgart Festivals

  • Cantorion Coety, Bridgend, Wales Formed in 2007 Cantorion Coety has grown to 31 mixed voices, and the repertoire extended to encompass all aspects of Welsh choral music including contemporary compositions together with traditional music and folk songs. The choir hold weekly rehearsals each Monday evening, during term times, at Gilead Chapel, Heol Spencer, Coity, under the direction of their Musical Director Mrs Eira Paskin of Bridgend. The choir accompanist is Mr. Gareth Waite from Pencoed. 

  • Cantorion Gogledd Cymru (also known as North Wales Male Voice Choir) Cantorion was founded by Colin Jones in 1992 when he invited singers, who he knew and had taught and conducted previously in other choirs across North Wales, to join his new chorus. He was able to match his skills in voice production and choral management with the enthusiasm and commitment of some of North Wales’ finest male choral singers and soloists, and during his 15 years had established a male chorus with a special sound and quality now recognised after its numerous tours and performances in many countries, worldwide.  John Daniel is the current Musical Director

  • Cantorion Creigiau, Cardiff Formed in 1971, mainly from people from the village of Creigiau, eight miles north of Cardiff. The choir has music for every occasion, sacred or secular, highbrow or light. It performs well-known pieces, choral works and specially-commissioned works in both English and Welsh

  • Cantorion Cyfarthfa A Ladies choir re-form in 2001 from ex pupils from Cyfarthfa High School under the leadership of Derry Prothero ex head of music. The choir is hoping to achieve the same success as the original 1970-90 girls choir.

  • Cantorion Llandeilo Singers, Wales Founded in 1989 as the St Teilo Singers with Elwyn Jones (1925-2011) as its first conductor, the choir continued under the dedicated leadership of Richard Whitehead for ten years until the current musical director, Gordon Kilby, took over in 2014 , when it was renamed Cantorion Llandeilo Singers. We rehearse on Monday nights 7.30−9.30 p.m. in St Teilo's Church, Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire SA19 6BH

  • Cantorion Pontyclun Ladies Choir Cantorion Pontyclun first established itself as a mixed choir in 1977 and had an excellent record of achievement over a long period of time raising thousands of pounds for numerous charities at home and abroad. The choir also won prizes at numerous Eisteddfodau and performed in concerts at the Royal Albert Hall and Wales’ own St. David’s Hall. Due to the falling numbers of male singers, the choir reformed as a Ladies Choir in September 2002. The Choir has performed in a variety of venues including an audience at the Wales Millennium Centre and will be performing at the St. David’s Hall in Cardiff next year. The choir's main function has been to raise funds for charities including amongst others, Kidney Research, The Brain Injury Trust, The British Heart Foundation, and Epilepsy Wales.

  • Cantorion Rhos, Wales Cantorion Rhos is a mixed choir, based in North Wales, with around 70 voices and which was formed in 1981. The Choir's wide repertoire includes 16th century motets and madrigals, music from oratorios, European sacred music, and works by contemporary Welsh composers, including specially commissioned works.

  • Cantorion Sanctaidd, Newport Cantorion Sanctaidd is a sacred music choir that formed in January 2013.  We are based in Newport and draw c.25 choristers from across South Wales – currently our choristers cover an area from Cardiff to Chepstow, and from Newport up to Pontypool.  We perform a repertoire of short and accessible sacred works that we can stage as a full concert or include in weddings and church services. 

  • Cantorion Sirenian Singers, Wrexham, North Wales Founded in 1990 by the celebrated conductor, Jean Stanley Jones MBE, Cantorion Sirenian Singers are a choir of some 50 voices based in North East Wales. Achieving international recognition on the competitive and concert platforms, they are recognised for their unique sound, excellent technique and breadth of repertoire, achieving particular recognition for their promotion of Contemporary Welsh music.

  • Cantoris, Chester Founded in 2004, Cantoris is a chamber choir based in Frodsham, Cheshire. We meet fortnightly to rehearse and perform regularly at a wide variety of events, including weddings, celebrations and charity fund-raising concerts. Cantoris has recorded 2 CDs and our music is regularly broadcast.  We were proud to be awarded a NCM Radio Mike Award in 2011.

  • Cantorum Choir, Cookam Dean, Maidenhead, Berkshire A lively committed choir of approximately 40 mixed voices. It draws its membership from the Thames Valley and has built up a reputation as one of the leading chamber choirs in the area. As well as appearing regularly on Television and Film (including Inspector Morse) the Choir has undertaken several European tours. 

  • Cantus, London Cantus is a chamber choir that was formed in March 2001 and originally based in central London, UK. As a chamber choir that staged concerts, the group specialised in performing a wide variety of music from Faurs "Requiem" to a-cappella versions of such Christmas classics as "I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas", and in differing styles from Purcell to Howells and Bach to Durufl. Since losing it's London facilities, you can now see us exclusively in English cathedrals when we deputise for the regular choir while they are on holiday.

  • Canvey Community Choir, Canvey Island, Essex The Canvey Community Choir was formed in February 2011 and has been entertaining audiences in the Castle Point Area. We are an independent non-profit making organisation dedicated to raising funds for local charities. The initiation of the choir was through the funding and organisation of the governments “Sing Up Programme” in October 2010. The Choir sings a wide variety of music, from Modern pop - Patriotic songs - Hymns -  Christmas carols - Folk.

  • Canzonetta, Dorset Formed in 2004, this 9 voice East-Dorset-based singing ensemble enjoys nothing more than travelling around the beautiful Dorset countryside, singing in the delightful churches of Dorset and enjoying tea and cake afterwards!  We cover a varied range of singing styles from baroque and sacred pieces to complex folk arrangements, spirituals to fabulous arrangements of twentieth century songs; close harmony, a cappella or with piano accompaniment. 

  • CAOS Musical Society, St Athan, Glamorgan, Wales This is a mixed choir is based in St Athan, Vale of Glamorgan in South Wales. We do concert performances of a range of music as well as full stage show musicals

  • Cape Cornwall Singers, St Just, Cornwall Formed in 1997 to resurrect in the local pubs a singing tradition that had declined after the local tin mines closed. It's now a very familiar sound at weekends and especially during St Just Feast

  • Capel Choral Society, nr Dorking, Surrey For over 100 years now, Capel Choral Society has drawn villagers of all ages and backgrounds to unite in a common purpose; to make music using the one instrument that they could all afford - their own voices. In the year of our foundation, 1904, almost every village in the district supported a choir. Since those heady, vital days the number of village choirs has sadly declined. Consequently Capel Choral Society has become even more important to those in the surrounding countryside with a desire to sing.

  • Capital Arts Children's Choir, Potters Bar, Hertfordshire One of the busiest and most successful children's choirs in the country. The choir was founded in 1991 by its director, Kathleen Shanks, and is in much demand singing in major choral works in concert halls in London and throughout the UK. Entry is by audition for children aged 6 to 16.

  • Capital Children Choir, London  The Capital Children's Choir is no ordinary choir.. It is made up of eight to thirteen year olds who can also play a range of instruments, and the music they perform is arranged specifically to show off both their vocal and instrumental talents. Every genre of music is explored in the Capital Children's Choir; from baroque to bluegrass or P. Diddy to Poulenc... there are no limits to what the choristers can do! The Capital Children's Choir performs regularly in some of London's most beautiful and famous venues; for charity galas and important events, and for their own musical evenings at the Amadeus Centre. 

  • Capital Chorus (Mens Barbershop Harmony Chorus) West Ealing, West London. Capital Chorus sings a cappella (unaccompanied)  using four-part harmony in the barbershop style. The club has around 30 members, whose ages range from early twenties to over 70. New members are always welcome, and the ability to read music, though useful, is not necessary. Capital Chorus has won several national and local awards in recent years. Our aim is to sing well, provide entertainment of the highest quality, and have lots of fun doing it.

  • Capital Connection Ladies Barbershop Chorus (aka West London LBC) Ruislip, Hillingdon, London Capital Connection is the stage name of the West London Ladies Barbershop Harmony Club. Our members currently number around 35 and we sing a cappella (unaccompanied) four part harmony. Three times British Ladies Barbershop Champions, twice Sainsbury Choir of the Year semi-finalists.

  • Capella Antiqua, Beccles, Suffolk Based in Beccles, Suffolk and directed by Philip Thorby, Capella Antiqua is an a cappella mixed voice choir (SATB) of around 16 members specialising in Renaissance music. Rehearsals are on Monday evenings and new members are assured of a very warm welcome.

  • Capital Voices, Edinburgh Capital Voices Edinburgh is a singing group that provides an opportunity to sing in a relaxed and friendly environment. We welcome people of all ages and musical ability and there's no need to worry about an audition - there isn't one. There's no need to be able to read music either. You're welcome to come and try it out to see if you like it

  • Cappella Caeciliana, Northern Ireland 15-member Cappella Caeciliana is one of Northern Ireland's newest and most original choirs. Founded on the feast of St Cecilia in 1995, Cappella Caeciliana specialised from the start in singing the great choral repertoire in its liturgical context

  • Cappella Nova, North Wiltshire Choral Concerts in Wessex churches. A small mixed voice chamber choir (up to 25 members) performing a cappella and accompanied sacred and secular works ranging from medieval to modern. Based in Wiltshire and Somerset. We present three or four concerts a year and also provide music for weddings and other events.  Musical director Tony Shield.

  • Cappella Nova, Scotland One of  Scotland's leading professional vocal ensemble specialising in early (medieval and renaissance) and contemporary music. The group was formed by Alan and Rebecca Tavener in 1982, and has just celebrated its twenty-first anniversary.

  • Cappella Novocastriensis, Newcastle A 40-voice ensemble, founded in 1960 to specialise in singing music for worship

  • Cappella Singers, Upminster, Havering, London A mixed-voice chamber choir centred in Upminster, Greater London. We do a concert a term of music ranging from Tallis to Taverner. We have a new conductor, Will Dawes BMus, PGDip, who has recently completed the conducting course at Royal Academy.  We are enjoying his exciting energetic approach! We are in need of one or two more men - especially basses - good readers preferred but not essential.

  • Capriccio Singers, Wallasey and Formby, Merseyside A mixed voice ensemble of 12 singers plus Musical Director, Susan Acty. Our membership is drawn from the Wirral, Wales, Formby and Southport area. We enjoy singing a wide repertoire of music to suit all tastes and are available to sing at weddings, receptions, fund raising events and after dinner concerts. 

  • Capriol Chamber Choir Westerham, Kent (formerly the Warlock Singers) A choir of 25 voices, all auditioned, aspires to the highest standards of performance, exploring unusual, mostly British repertoire, and regularly commissions new music. Engaged for recitals by mainstream music societies, such as the Ralph Vaughan Williams and Peter Warlock Societies. Performs in superb venues such as Finchcocks Museum of Music and Chiddingstone Castle.

  • Caravan & Motorhome Club Singers, West Midlands As our name implies, we are a group of Caravan and Motorhome Club members who also enjoy singing.  We are recognised and subsidised by The Caravan and Motorhome Club and as such our activities are carried out under similar rules to those that govern Centres. Our group currently has approximately 70 member families and in most cases, but by no means always, both spouses/partners sing.  Whilst we are always seeking new members, at all levels, we are unable to make our events available to non-Caravan and Motorhome Club members and/or non-singers.

  • Cardiff Arms Park Male Choir Formed in the 1960s as the Cardiff Athletic Club Male Voice Choir, following a chance remark on the standard of after-match singing in the clubhouse! Now with 50+ members, based at the home of Welsh Rugby

  • Cardiff Bach Choir, Wales  A mixed voice choir  formed in 1962 and plays an important part in the amateur scene in Cardiff.  During its many successful seasons the Choir has performed most of Bach's Cantatas.  In recent years, as the Choir has increased in size, has performed Bach's two great works, the Passions of St John and St Matthew. In 1998 the choir performed the Bach B Minor Mass at St David's Hall. The Choir's repertoire is wide ranging covering the works of Bach and his contemporaries, and gives young artists from the University, and elsewhere, a chance to perform.

  • Cardiff Male Choir. Founded in 1898, Cardiff Male choir is one of the oldest choirs in South Wales. We sing a wide variety of songs, including; Welsh hymns and arias, Jazz classics and gospel numbers, songs from the shows, sentimental songs and ballads, choruses from the great operas, traditional songs from Way Back When, and even the odd latest hit!

  • Cardiff Metropolitan Cathedral Choir, Wales The Cardiff Metropolitan Cathedral Choir sings in Wales' National Roman Catholic Cathedral, the Metropolitan Cathedral of St David, in the heart of this vibrant capital city. The Choir was established in 1959, when the Cathedral was reopened after restoration, following serious Second World War damage. The main Cathedral Choir consists of 18 boy choristers and 14 gentlemen. The boy choristers are educated at the choir school St John's College. The Alto, Tenor and Bass parts are sung by Lay Clerks, some of whom teach at the choir school, and volunteer gentlemen.

  • Cardiff Polyphonic Choir (Cor Poliffonic Caerdydd) One of Britain's leading mixed-voice choirs, it has performed in all major London concert venues and on TV and radio, and has represented Wales on numerous international tours

  • Cardiff Style, Wales  A 25 strong Ladies Close Harmony Chorus. Under the direction of our dynamic choral director, Angela Palmer, the chorus performs at a wide range of events.  New members always welcome. 

  • Cardiff Tuneless Choir, Wales The choir is based at Aspire Fitness, Sanatorium Road, Cardiff, CF11 8DG. Sessions in our summer term will be held on a Sunday from 7.30pm until 9pm

  • Carers' Crescendo Choir, Lincolnshire The Crescendo Choir meet at St Andrews Hospice,Peaks Ln, Grimsby DN32 9RP every Wednesday, 5:30pm to 7pm. The choir is for any Carer aged 18+ and staff and volunteers who work to support unpaid Carers. Singers of all abilities welcome, no experience necessary.

  • Carfield Community Choir, Meersbrook, Sheffield, Yorkshire Originally established in early 2007, we meet every week to sing together.  Since September 2008 the choir has been led by Liz Nicholas, our Musical Director. We do not hold auditions, and there is no need to read music. All you need is enthusiasm and a love of music.

  • Carillon Chamber Choir, St Albans, Hertfordshire Carillon is a leading Hertfordshire chamber choir based in St Albans consisting of experienced and accomplished singers from across Hertfordshire. We work with a range of conductors and have built up a large repertoire of sacred and secular music of all periods from early to modern. David Ireson, one of our regular guest conductors has kindly agreed to conduct the remainder of the 2016/17 season of concerts.

  • Carillon Singers, Badshot Lea, Surrey
  • The Carillon Singers is a four part, S.A.T.B,   45 strong Choir under the Direction of Ralph Earwicker,  performing ancient and modern for audiences in Surrey and North Hampshire area. The Carillon Singers originally were founded as an adult 'back up' group of singers in a show put on by a local school. Enjoying the experience and camaraderie of singing together they formed themselves into a regular choir in 1988.
  • Caritas Chamber Choir, Canterbury, Kent The choir perform a varied repertoire from Renaissance to newly composed works. Recent collaborations have been with choirs from both Sweden and the Netherlands. We have built up a new and exciting relationship with Lille Cathedral in France. Throughout 2017 we will continue to perform concerts for charities and continue our ongoing commitment with Canterbury Cathedral and sing there regularly during holiday periods.

  • Carleton Community Chorus, Fylde Coast, Lancashire. We are an SATB community choir of about 60 members. Performing 4-5 concerts per year (plus smaller events), we rehearse weekly on Tuesdays, 7-8:30pm during school term times. We perform music in a wide range of styles including classical, pop, gospel and musical numbers. All welcome; no auditions.

  • Caritas Harmony Ladies Choir, Streatley, Nr Luton, Bedfordshire (formerly Pasque Harmony) At the core of choir is love and friendship, formed in August 2003 by 4 former members of The Luton Girls Choir. We welcome any opportunity to share our love of music and in doing so extend a hand of friendship to those whose lives we touch by the funds we raise together in the process. Under the direction of our Musical Director, Margaret Patterson, all members from 16-60 are stimulated and encouraged to develop personally.

  • Carlton Male Voice Choir, Carlton, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire A well known choir in the East Midlands and has travelled far and wide (including Prague in 2004).The Choir is aiming to have 100 members in its 100th year in 2008. We are a friendly choir and welcome new members; we meet on Wednesdays at Gedling Road Methodist Church, Carlton, at 7.30 pm. We hold a main Concert for Charity each April and otherwise have a full concert programme. In 2005 we are taking part in an Elvis 70th Celebration Concert in aid of Children in Need.

  • Carnforth Choral Society, Carnforth, Lancashire We are a mixed SATB choir with currently 60 members. We rehearse Thursdays 7-15 to 9-30. No auditions. Come along and sing with us.

  • Carpe Harmonia, Charing Cross, London We are a choir based in Central London that focuses on performing music from a variety of genres both accompanied and a cappella. We sing arrangements of Gospel, Jazz, Pop, Musical Theatre, Film, Choral, Traditional and Classical songs and much more. We aim to accommodate adults of all ages from all backgrounds and sight reading is not a must. We always welcome new members throughout the year and do not require auditions. We aim to perform to the public in order to showcase our love for music and singing as a group. Rehearsals are every Friday 6-8pm at Raindance Studios in Charing Cross. 

  • Carshalton Choral Society, Sutton, Surrey A friendly group of around 50 singers, performing 3 main concerts each year plus a carol concert and a come and sing event. Formed in 1946

  • Cascade (Southdown Ladies Harmony Chorus) Catherington, Nr. Waterlooville, Hants. The chorus is comprised of a group of friends who enjoy singing a capella four-part harmony at parties, concerts, weddings, fetes etc.  We run a free Saturday workshop each November in aid of Children in Need.

  • Castell Coch Choral Society, Tongwynlais, Cardiff, Wales Castell Coch Choral Society is a mixed choir of around 70 singers from Tongwynlais, North Cardiff and beyond. The Choir practices most Thursday evenings at St Michael and All Angels Church in Tongwynlais and performs its major public concerts at Christmas, Easter and Summer in Tongwynlais.

  • Castle Cary Choir, Somerset A community choir with about 45 members, mixed voices sopranos, altos, tenors and basses. We sing a variety of styles from sacred to spiritual to show music. The Choir was formed in 1965 and performs regularly at concerts helping local good causes raise funds. In the current year we have helped raise over 3000. There are no auditions, though if people can read music it helps and we would love some more tenors and basses to join us. We meet to rehearse on Monday evenings 7.30 to 9.15pm at the Methodist Church , North Street , Castle Cary.

  • Caste Chapel Choir, University of Durham, County Durham University College Chapel Choir is a selective auditioned ensemble of sixteen to twenty choral scholars and choristers. Music in chapel is led by a student team comprised of the Director of Music, Assistant Director of Music, Organ Scholar, and Assistant Organist. The Chapel Music team also supports a Compline Choir and a Consort of Instruments for special services. Singers are a mix of undergraduate and postgraduate members of the university and represent diverse backgrounds and areas of study. 

  • Castle Singers, Heswall, Wirral, Mersyside The Castle Singers formed in 1994 from the old Wirral Choral Society. We sing to raise money for charity, and just because we enjoy singing. We are mixed choir, with about 60 voices. Our repertoire is very varied, including sacred music, folk songs, songs from the shows, and Gilbert & Sullivan. We hope there is something to please everyone. We have sung abroad, featured in a film, and cut a CD. We meet for practice on Mondays, 7.30 to 9.30, at the United Reformed Church, Heswall, Wirral. New members are always welcome.

  • Castle Voices, Corfe Castle, Dorset We meet in the hall of Corfe Castle Primary School, every Monday (during school term time) from 7 - 8.30pm. Each session costs 5 No auditions, no need to read music, no enforced solos...but if you enjoy singing and have always thought about singing but not sure a traditional choir is for you we might be just what you need! Come along and join us!

  • Castle Voices, Bishop's Castle, Shropshire e-mail only: contact: Anne Loughran A big-hearted, small town community choir exploring acappella harmony traditions from around the world. All welcome, experienced or not.

  • Castleford Young Musicians, W. Yorkshire A wind band and choir founded in 1966, with musicians aged 8-18. They hold 2 major concerts each year, as well as performing many other concerts for charity

  • Cathays Methodist Community Choir, Cathays, Cardiff, South Wales We are a fun choir. last year we were the welsh Radio three's adult choir of the day. We accept singers from all sections of the community and we do not have an age limit. We regularly perform in Britain and our next exchange is with Stuttgart Chor-Art in Germany. Our aim is to bridge the gaps between cultures and community with our performances and we have a magic that once experienced is never forgotten!

  • Cathedral Chamber Choir An occasional choir, drawn from singers who value the English Cathedral and choral traditions

  • Cathedral of St John the Baptist, Norwich, Norfolk The Cathedral Choir sings at the 11.00 Mass each Sunday and also on major feast days. Rehearsals take place each Thursday evening between 6.00 and 7.30. The age range of the members covers some seven decades and a friendlier choir would be hard to find. There are vacancies in all voices and we are particularly keen to encourage more young people to share in the joy of singing. We don't audition and previous experience is not essential, although it can be an advantage. We are an ‘International' choir with members from seven different countries (including the UK!) so please come forward. Regular social events complement our weekly work.

  • Cathures, Glasgow Cathures is an auditioned chamber choir based in Glasgow, Scotland. We sing a wide variety of music, both sacred and secular, taken from the Renaissance, Baroque and Romantic periods, through to the 20th century.

  • Catton Community Choir, Norwich, Norfolk We believe that music crosses barriers and speaks all languages. Catton Community Choir is about bringing people together from all walks of life and enjoying the sense of community that music brings. No experience is necessary, we don’t hold auditions or expect you to read music – we just ask that people come prepared to get stuck in and give it a go! The choir is free to join and we don’t expect you to buy your own music. We just ask that each member contributes 1 per term to the social fund. This enables us to send each member a birthday card on their big day, and when there’s money left over, we have a meal together or organise a social event.

  • Cavatina Singers, Penarth, S. Glamorgan Well-established SATB choir who enjoy singing together and giving charity concerts.

  • Cavehill Community Choir, Belfast, Northern Ireland Cavehill Community Choir is a "no audition required" choir which has been created to inspire our community to get involved in the celebration of music and singing. It is lead by renowned choral director, Donal McCrisken. We sing a wide variety of vocal styles. No previous experience is necessary. 

  • Caversham Rock Choir Established in 2005, Rock Choir was the first contemporary choir in the UK and its unique choir format has created a musical movement affecting thousands of individuals and communities across the country.

  • Cawthorne Choral Society, Barnsley, S. Yorkshire Friendly, enthusiastic, non auditioning local choir singing a wide variety of musical styles. Performs 3 main concerts annually plus charity events.

  • Cecilian Singers, Leicester 25-strong mixed chamber choir of highly committed singers, with a broad repertoire of music from Renaissance to the present day

  • Cefn Hengoed Ladies Choir, Ystrad Mynach Caerphilly This choir is a ladies choir of around 35 voices in the Caerphilly County Borough. We rehearse every Thursday between 7 and 9pm in Derwendeg School. New Members are welcome no audition required.

  • Celtic Male Ensemble, Redruth, Cornwall This small vocal group based in Redruth Cornwall has members with ages ranging from earlier their 20's to earlier 40's. The ensemble performs a wide range of songs and styles from big band to folk with a bit of musical theatre thrown in. 

  • Central Hall Community Gospel Choir, Southampton, Hampshire

  • Ceramic City Choir, Staffordshire North Staffordshire's largest choral society with over 100 singers.  Founded in 1942 under the conductorship of Sir Malcolm Sargent, we specialise in performing major choral works with renowned professional orchestras and top vocal soloists.  Our principal concert venue is the superb Victoria Hall, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent. We rehearse on Tuesday evenings from 7.00 - 9.15 pm at St Peter's Methodist Church Hall, Pilkington Avenue, Westlands, Newcastle.

  • Chagford Singers, Devon Chamber choir of about 45 voices based in Chagford, Devon (20 miles west of Exeter). With a musical repertoire ranging from the 14th to the 21st Century, the singers rehearse weekly for two or three concerts a year.

  • Chamber Choir, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire Small chamber choir of 25-30 singers. We sing 8-10 times a year in and around Stratford-upon-Avon, in Cathedrals around the country such as Westminster Abbey, Winchester Cathedral and Twekesbury Abbey, and have toured France a number of times in the the last 5 years. A varied repertoire from sacred to secular, accompanied and unaccompanied.

  • Chameleon Choral, Ashbourne, Derbyshire A brand new mixed-voice choir springs to life in Ashbourne with Ray Taylor.  We will be singing a wide range of pieces - accompanied and 'a cappella' - by contemporary composers like Karl Jenkins and Bob Chilcott, as well as OUR versions of popular songs like 'Ain't misbehavin', 'Autumn Leaves', 'Seasons of Love', Danny Boy' and some fun stuff like 'Old Macdonald had a farm', 'Christopher Robin is saying his prayers'

  • Champagne Cornwall Chorus, St Austell, Cornwall is a 50 member strong ladies barbershop harmony chorus and part of Sweet Adeline's International.  We meet on Tuesday evenings from 7.00 - 10.00 at St Mary's Methodist Church Hall in Par, near St Austell. We warmly welcome new members to come along and have a go aged 11 upwards.

  • Chancel Singers of Tunbridge Wells, Kent  Formed in 1990 by John Francis, we have sung in Abbey, Cathedrals and Churches throughout England. The singers have a wide repertoire which includes many of the famous service setting and anthems by 10th and 20th century composers. The choir is currently directed by Christopher Harris.

  • Chanctonbury Chorus, Steyning, West Sussex A well established group of about 50 singers who enjoy getting together weekly to rehearse a big choral masterpiece.  We are based in Steyning in West Sussex but our singers come from all around the local area.  We perform with our orchestra 2 or 3 times a year – often this is in the Steyning Parish Church but we also sing in Lancing College Chapel and other local venues. The great thing is that to sing with the Chorus, you do not need current musical experience as there is no audition and members are coached as we go along.  Nevertheless, the results are superb and a great part of Sussex musical life.

  • Chandos Chamber Choir, Central London Founded in 1985, the Chandos Chamber Choir is a friendly amateur choir of 30 voices performing concerts in and around London. The choir takes its name from the Chandos Anthems of Handel, in turn taking their name from  the Duke of Chandos, Handel's patron from 1718-1719.

  • Chandos Choir, Coulsdon, Surrey. One of the older choirs in the area, Chandos Choir was formed over 51 years ago. With members' ages ranging from 30 to 70, we are a lively and friendly choir, always on the look-out for new members to join us. Currently 35 members strong,  performing two major concerts a year plus a more relaxed Christmas concert.

  • Chandos Singers of Bath A chorus of about 20 singers, currently concentrating on works, both sacred and secular, which by the time of the performance have not become over-performed by other choral groups. Where possible, the composer's first version is used.

  • Chansons, Perth, Tayside, Scotland We are an adult choir of approx 40 voices, performing usually 3 or 4 main concerts per year with sundry smaller engagements and short tours to add a bit of variety! Repertoire ranges from Rachmaninov Vespers to Palestrina madrigals and most anything in between.

  • Chanteuse Chamber Choir, Staffordshire Chanteuse Chamber Choir is the premier female chamber choir from the county of Staffordshire, England. The ladies all have one thing in common, a passion for singing. Chanteuse Chamber Choir perform everything from intricate chamber pieces to show stopping smash hits as the choir aims to deliver a little something for everyone’s musical taste.

  • Chantage, London 30-40 young singers aged 18-25 years of age. Winner of the 2006 BBC Radio 3 Choir of the Year Competition.

  • Chanterelles Female Choir, Leicester A group of friends who were part of the Chanterelles Youth Choir which was a non –auditioned all girls choir aged 12-19 years who were formed in 1991 as part of Leicestershire Arts in Education. In 2001 the youth choir came to an end but, after 8 years apart, in 2009 the choir decided to get back together and is now an adult choir made up of ladies who live all over the country that were members of the original Chantlerelles Youth Choir.

  • Chanticleer Singers, Ryedale, N. Yorkshire 33-strong, mainly from the Malton and Pickering area, though their catchment area spans some 50 miles. Most of their 5-6 concerts per year are held locally, but they've been to France and the Netherlands and have appeared on radio & TV

  • Chantry Singers, Guildford, Surrey Formed in 1983 the Chantry Singers is a chamber choir based in Guildford which regularly performs three concerts a year under the leadership of Roy Rashbrook, who became our musical director in September 2004. Away from home the choir has sung services in several cathedrals, notably Rochester, Salisbury and St. George's Chapel Windsor.

  • Chantry Quire, Chichester We are a choir of 24 voices, drawing our singers from across West Sussex.   Directed by Peter Allwood, we aim to share our love of choral music with audiences in the Chichester area.

  • Chapelle du Roi Formed in 1994, this ensemble of 8 singers performing throughout Europe specialises in sacred music from the Renaissance, especially previously unpublished material researched & prepared by the group's director, Alistair Dixon, through the Cantiones Press. They're recording 9 CDs covering the complete works of Tallis.

  • Chapel en le Frith Ladies Choir, Derby We have been singing together in Derbyshire's High Peak for over 36 years.  We're here to make music, make friends, entertain our audiences and support other charities. We have around 50 members, of various ages and from all walks of life. New members are always welcome.

  • Chapel en le Frith Male Voice Choir, Derby Established in 1918, Chapel en le Frith Male Voice Choir is one of the leading male voice concert choirs in Derbyshire. We are always keen to welcome new members to our choir.

  • Chapter House Choir of York Minster, York  A 22 member SATB audition choir. The repertoire of the choir is very wide, ranging from 16th to 21st century, and the season always includes both accompanied and unaccompanied concerts. The choir presents at least 3 concerts beach year at York Minster, plus the famous 'Carols by Candlelight' (repeated 3 nights, always sold out), as well as concerts in other venues across the UK and Europe.

  • Charlton Kings Choral Society, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire  A mixed-voice choir of around 100 enthusiastic amateur singers, performing principally from the classical repertoire. Founded in 1957 in the village of Charlton Kings, they have evolved to become one of Cheltenham's leading choirs, while maintaining strong connections with their village roots.

  • Charnwood Voices, Loughborough, Leicester

  • (formerly Shepshed Voices) We are an auditioned SATB choir of some 45 voices based near Loughborough. Founded in 1977, the choir has gained a well-deserved reputation for performing neglected and unfamiliar music as well as better known and popular pieces, both sacred and secular. We rehearse weekly throughout most of the year and aim to achieve a high standard in both performance and presentation. Most of our work is a capella although we do also perform larger works with an orchestra. Every two years we go on tour, either to continental Europe or in Britain; the most recent tour abroad was to Budapest in 2013 (see Tours). We had a successful tour to Cornwall in April 2015. As a choir we have competed in music festivals and, in addition to our own concerts, we are available for weddings, Christmas functions, and social or fund-raising events.
  • Chase Choral Society, Hednesford, Staffordshire Chase choral society are a four part harmony mixed choir. We sing a varied repertoire songs from the shows, standards and popular songs. Practice St Aidan's

  • Chater Community Choir, North Luffenham, Rutland We are a community choir based in North Luffenham, Rutland. We welcome anyone who simply enjoys singing. We are a friendly and an enthusiastic group of around 50+ members. Under the leadership of our inspirational musical director, Tracy Steward, we sing an exciting range of songs. We welcome experienced singers to become involved and encourage those who may be new to choral singing to come along and give it a try! It is not necessary to know how to read music (although it is very useful) and we have no auditions.

  • Cheam Vocality, Surrey  Fun and friendly a capella choirs (and occasional workshops) in various locations in London and Surrey. We welcome anyone who loves to sing – men and women alike. Our unusual repertoire of beautiful, uplifting songs from around the world includes folk, spiritual, pop, gospel and ethnic songs from as far afield as Africa and Eastern Europe as well as the home nations. Led by experienced musical directors, the choirs are suitable for singers of all abilities: there are no auditions and everything is taught by ear. It’s all about the fantastic feeling of singing in harmony with like-minded others. Come sing with us!

  • Chechelele, York 24-strong, specialising in African and Balkan music, but they'll sing traditional music from just about anywhere.

  • Cheddar Male Choir, Somerset The Choir was founded in 1995 by Mike Evans and the first concert took place in July of that year in the Village of Dundry. Since then we have sung in concerts both home and abroad.

  • Chelmsford Citadel Songsters, Essex A Salvation Army choir, dating from at least 1890, singing music varying in style from contemporary gospel to classical

  • Chelmsford Gospel Choir, Essex. We were formed in 2008 under the Mid Essex Health Trust  to promote good  mental health through singing and performing inspirational songs. Since then we have performed in and around ( Including the BBC 2010 Choir of The Year) Essex,  for various charities and organizations. As a community choir we support others and seek funders to support us.

  • Chelmsford Male Voice Choir, Essex Chelmsford Male Voice Choir can trace its origins back to 1903 when it sang to raise funds for British troops fighting in the Boer war. The choir was re-formed in 1948 by Bill Gane, who was eventually succeeded by his son Jack. Many thousands of pounds have  been raised for local and national charities  and in 1999 the choir received a  Highly Commended Award for Services to the Arts from Chelmsford Borough Council. The choir  has a membership in excess of 70, drawn from many walks of life.  Our repertoire includes many modern as well as traditional male voice choir pieces.  An increasing number of these have been specifically arranged for Chelmsford Male Voice Choir by our Musical Director, John Taylor.

  • Chelmsford Singers, Chelmsford, Essex The choir has been music making in Chelmsford for 90 years. We have performed major choral works with symphony orchestras and baroque ensembles, classical and modern works with chamber groups and jazz bands as well as madrigals and part-songs a capella. We have performed with many well-established soloists as well as those at the start of their careers. Performing at least 3 concerts a year, both within Chelmsford Cathedral and further afield, we add significantly to the cultural life of our city. Under the directorship of James Davy (Organist and Master of Choristers at Chelmsford Cathedral), we continue to expand our repertoire and enjoy new musical challenges! With choir members of all ages, we have an active social life and also have an exciting tour programme, travelling abroad for concert tours around every 2 years.

    Cheltenham Bach Choir, Gloucestershire Performs music from 16th-20th centuries; Stephen Jackson took over as conductor from Brian Kay in 11/97

  • Cheltenham Choral Society, Gloucestershire 100-strong mixed-voice, 3 major concerts per year, Messiah performed every December

  • Chepstow Male Voice Choir, Monmouthshire, S Wales  It may be unique in the true tradition of male choirs in Wales in that it draws its members not only from established residents of the immediate locality but also includes men from further west in South Wales who came eastwards with the opening of Llanwern steelworks. Other members are drawn from the other side of the River Wye from the Forest of Dean which has its own long tradition of male voice choirs and wind bands. This amalgam of voices has given this choir a distinctive tone and balance as well as a feature frequently commented upon by audiences, a clarity of diction.

  • Cheriton Singers, Cheriton, Nr Alresford, Hampshire. Founded in 1969 and at that time known as The Cheriton Choral

    Society. The Society was formed by a number of enthusiastic members from within The Cheriton  Players who, in addition to acting, also enjoyed singing and making music together.  We are a friendly group of enthusiastic amateur singers and welcome members of all ages. In keeping

    with our policy of encouraging participation, there are no formal auditions to join the choir and the  emphasis is to have fun making music. When required, soloists and ensemble singers are selected from existing members which provides an opportunity for those wishing to rise to the challenge.

     Our repertoire is extremely varied and includes secular and religious music ranging from Handel to Lloyd Webber. As a full choir, we perform several concerts a year in a variety of local venues including a number of open-air settings in the village. In order to raise additional funds, Cheriton

    Singers will also provide various combinations of voices for “outside events”.

  • Cherwell Singers, Oxford  Mixed choir of about 28 singers.

  • Chesham Germains Male Voice Choir, Buckinghamshire In 1992 and 1993 two reunions were held and as a result the Germains Male Voice Choir was formed in 1994. The choir today still holds the original objectives dear to its heart, namely the pure enjoyment of singing and performing locally to raise money for charities. Its name has been extended to recognise Chesham as the centre of its activities and to include participants and supporters from the wider local population.

  • Cheshire A Cappella, Wilmslow, Cheshire A new harmony singing group for women, launching Wed 18th February2009, from 7.30 p.m., based in Wilmslow/Manchester Airport area, at Morley Green Club, Wilmslow.

  • Cheshire Chord Company, Warrington, Cheshire Ladies Barbershop Chorus formed in the Summer of 1993. Membership soon flourished alongside the popularity of the new group. With a quickly developing repertoire and a desire to enter competitions, the chorus joined the Ladies Association of British Barbershop Singers (LABBS).

  • Cheshire Community Choirs which comprises 6 different community choirs in the surrounding area, Bramhall, Heald Green, Alderley Edge, Wilmslow and Knutsford. All the choirs learn the same material each week and all come together at local events. Members can attend as many of the choirs each week as they wish. I also run a choir+ for members who wish to work on more complicated arrangements There is no audition process - anyone is welcome including people with disabilities, breathing problems, heart conditions etc as I spend time teaching singing techniques to improve lung function All the choirs are for fun so there is no pressure on the members.

  • Chess Valley Male Voice Choir, Chesham, Buckinghamshire The objects of the choir are to bring quality singing to the Chilterns, to raise money fro charity and to provide pleasure for audiences and members. Formed in 1993 the choir has grown rapidly and has undertaken concert tours to Prague, Bruges and Bensheim.

  • Chessel Chanters, Southampton, Hampshire A well established, fun and lively  singing group tailored to people living with Parkinson’s and their carers. The group is very friendly and supportive and welcomes new members. It is backed by Parkinson’s UK and run by the Solent Early Onset Parkinson’s Group, who also run other activities such as Tai chi.

  • Chester Bach Singers Chamber choir of some 40plus voices based in Chester. Founded in 1969 and now directed by Martin Bussey, Head of Academic Music at Chetham's School. Performs one large work with orchestra each year in Chester cathedral and other concerts of sacred and secular works.

  • Chester Cathedral Choir, Chester, Cheshire Maintaining and building upon a 900-year tradition of choral singing begun by the Benedictine monks of the abbey.

  • Chester Cathedral Nave Choir, Chester, Cheshire Supporting the musical ministry at Chester Cathedral, UK. We are a voluntary choir singing a choral evensong in the cathedral every week as well as a number of concerts and tours throughout the year. The choir was the first cathedral voluntary choir to be formed, founded over 150 years ago. It's members range from 14 to 65+. The choir has an active social life including a weekly curry night and a pub visit following the weekly rehearsal.

  • Chester Ladies Choir, Cheshire  A choir for voices of all ages, which enjoy singing a wide range of different music. Our portfolio contains classical religious music, traditional folk-songs (of many countries), music by renowned composers from home and abroad, plus pieces from the great shows. The Choir gives many concerts for charities as well as holding their 2 main concerts each year at Christmas and in the spring. We are celebrating our 60th anniversary in 2015. 

  • Chester Music Society Choir, Cheshire. We are a mixed voice adult choir of 170 singers performing five concerts each year in Chester Cathedral and on tour. We rehears every Thursday, and entry is by audition. Our repertoire is extensive: from Taverner to Tippett, from Bach to Britten

  • Chester St Cecilia Singers, Cheshire A Chester based mixed choir of about thirty voices who specialise in performing sacred choral music to a very high standard. We give concerts in and around Cheshire and North Wales and sing services at Cathedrals. Our Director is David Hardie who has held organ scholarships at Dunblane Cathedral and Pembroke College, Cambridge. He now combines postgraduate study at the Royal Northern College of Music with the organ scholarship at Manchester Cathedral.  

  • Chesterfield Co-operative Choral Society, Derbyshire We are a 35-strong mixed voice choir who perform 4 - 6 times a year in Chesterfield and Derbyshire, including one big orchestral concert per year in November.  We always welcome new members.

  • Chesterfield Male Voice Choir, Derbyshire  We are a 30+ strong choir with a long history who meet weekly in Chesterfield.  we do concerts locally and will attend weddings and funerals by request. 

  • Chesterfield Philharmonic Choir, Derbyshire 4+ high-quality concerts a year, plus other activities. In 11/99, together with the Altrincham Choral Society, they gave the first British performance of the Requiem by Frigyes Hidas

  • Chesterton Choral Society, Cambridge A four part amateur choir of mixed ages, singing a varied selection of music, who very much enjoy making music together. The meet on Mondays at 7.30pm at the Methodist Church, Green End Road, Cambridge.

  • Chew Valley Choral Society, Somerset Formed in 1976 it is a friendly, non-auditioning mixed choir, which performs two concerts a year - one at the end of April and one in early December. Currently the choir has about 65 members, mainly from the Chew Valley although we welcome members from further afield.  

  • Chichester Chorale, W Sussex e-mail only: contact:  pollyrobson2003@yahoo.co.uk A medium sized mixed voice chamber choir which meets in the University of Chichester on Wednesday evenings from September through to the end of June. We sing a good range of music includings a cappella motets and madrigals and also larger choral works. We give a concert at the end of each term and also sing a regular Evensong in both Chichester and Salisbury Cathedrals. The spring concert is combined with the University Chamber Choir, professional soloists and a local orchestra to perform a large choral work in the cathedral. The choir is made up of a wide age spread including university students and enthusiasts from the local community. Admission is by audition.

  • Chickenshed Community Choir, Southgate, London A fantastic series of vocal sessions at which you can develop your singing skills as part of an ensemble. During the workshop you will learn and develop vocal arrangements and will gain skills, confidence and understanding about how the various parts are put together and then performed. Participants can expect a wonderful mix of songs arranged with a Chickenshed twist, and there are chances to perform throughout the year!

  • Children's International Voices of Enfield, Fox Lane, London 6 Choirs for children and young people aged 4-24 in Enfield. Over 100 members, rehearsing every other Sunday. Concerts, recordings and FUN!

  • Chiltern Choir, Rickmansworth/Chorleywood, Hertfordshire 50-strong, 3-4 concerts each year, with repertoire from early Baroque to modern.

  • Chiltern Singers, Hertfordshire A small group of experienced choristers drawn from the larger Chiltern Choir. Available to sing at functions - weddings, funeral services, parties, etc.

  • Chiltern West Gallery Quire, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire email only: contact jenifer.ellis47@hotmail.com The Quire was founded in September 1993 to bring together singers and instrumentalists to enjoy west gallery music.  We meet monthly in Welwyn Garden City, and draw our membership from Herts., Beds., Essex, Bucks., Cambs., and London 

  • Chilwell Military Wives Choir, Nottingham The Military Wives Choirs Foundation is a network of choirs that reaches across the whole military community. 

  • Chippenham Male Voice Choir, Wiltshire Founded in 1940 by the Westinghouse Company of Chippenham to entertain the workers during the War. Now with 50 voices, but always looking for more, particularly tenors.

  • Chipperfield Choral Society, Hertfordshire Mixed voice choir of 96 members. Delia Meehan’s inspirational leadership and extensive contacts have enabled the choir to perform major works with the best young soloists and orchestral players, including Emma Bell, who made such a wonderful impression when she performed in Brahms Requiem in 1999 and Haydn’s Creation in 2000 that she was invited to become our Patron, a position which she holds to this day. Concerts are at Christmas, in Spring and Summer , plus a biennial charity concert.  We are a friendly local choir with members happy to travel from quite a wide catchment area to join us.  New members are always welcome (especially Tenors and Basses) and encouraged.

  • Chipping Norton Choral Society, Oxfordshire

  • Chipping Norton Singers, Oxfordshire Chipping Norton Singers is a new community choir directed by Cat Kelly. Rehearsals are Thursdays in term time; contact Chipping Norton Theatre for Info.

  • Chiswick Choir, London The Chiswick Choir was founded in 1976 in London W4 by John Thackray, a passionate musician who served as conductor for multiple London choirs. Between 1984 and 2015 the choir was conducted by Alistair Jones  and since January 2016 the choir has flourished under the direction of award-winning composer and conductor Hilary Campbell.

  • Chobham Rock Choir,  Surrey. Choir for young adults and adults ages 10 upwards singing Rock, Pop, Motown and Gospel.

  • Choir 17, Walthamstow, London We are a friendly, uplifting and engaging mixed choir (i.e. for men and women), based in Walthamstow, East London. We sing popular music, mostly from the 1970s to 2000s, with the odd golden oldie and modern classic thrown in. Think Billy Joel, Oasis, the Bangles… you catch the drift. We sing great songs people will know, but not necessarily the songs you’d expect from a community choir. We aim to sound great and feel great. To do that, we work as a team to create harmony, in all senses of the word. Singing in a choir should be a powerful and hugely positive experience.  Through bringing happiness and enjoyment to our choir members we believe we can then spread that happiness to anyone who comes to hear us sing.

  • Choir 2000, Histon & Impington, Cambridgeshire As its name implies, it started in 2000, and is making its mark, bringing traditional music to the local area.

  • Choir at St. Leonard's, Newland, Malvern, Worcestershire. St. Leonard's, Newland is the fabulously decorated chapel of the Beauchamp Community offering worship in the traditional Anglo-catholic style and Choir at St. Leonard's supports all the services. We sing every Sunday at the 11 a.m. Sung Mass; on all high days and holidays throughout the year; and a few choral evensongs. We rehearse for an hour every Thursday afternoon at 4.30 p.m. and extras as required. When we sing on Sundays or other  occasions, we always have a warm-up practice for about 20 minutes. We sing carols at Christmas and special music at festivals such as Easter and Harvest. We have Faure’s Requiem, Stainer's Crucifixion and the Messiah in our repertoire. If you are a confident singer and sight reader living in the Malvern area of Worcestershire then we would like to hear from you.

  • Choir Belles, Guildford, Surrey A Ladies choir for Mums, Grans, Sisters, Aunts and fabulous girls to join weekly choir sessions. The Choir Belles was set up for all abilities, from the singers who just want to 'give it a go', to the more advanced and experienced singers among us. The atmosphere is a friendly one and once a "Belle", you'll feel like part of the group very quickly.

  • Choir of Christ Church in Reading, Berkshire. We're a traditional Anglican robed choir with about 30 members and quite an ambitious repertoire. Here at Christ Church we enjoy a dynamic, multicultural and intergenerational community. Situated South of the town centre our parish covers a large geographical area which ensures a diversity of members, from longstanding resident parishioners to relatively short-term visitors studying at Reading University. Christ Church offers a variety of styles in its pattern of devotion.Common Worship,the liturgy of the Book of Common Prayer and child- led family services form the mainstay of the morning Eucharist, whilst Choral Evensong services provide the backbone of evening worship. We also have choral scholarships available.

  • Choir of London The Choir of London exists to give outstanding professional musicians a chance to contribute their time and skills to charitable work, and to harness the energy of these musicians to develop access to music in the places that need it the most. 

  • Choir of St Augustine's, Edgbaston St Augustine's choir is comprised of non-professional musicians whom are all enthusiasts, rather than amateurs. Although only around twenty in number it manages to perform many different settings at both the 10.30am and 6.30pm Services. Choral Evensong - with Benediction and an introit included on Festivals - is sung every week, excepting Low Sunday and the Sunday after Christmas Day, as is the 10.30am Parish Mass. August is taken as the choir holiday. Psalms are generally sung to Anglican chants with an occasional plainchant with faux-bourdons. The proper plainsong office hymns precede the Magnificat. On Festivals, Benediction and an Introit are included at Evensong, which is Solemn, with incense. At all Evensongs the Canticles are sung to a setting and there is an anthem.

  • Choir of St John at Hackney Church, East London Mixed-voice, non-auditioned, robed SATB choir welcoming singers of all ages and abilities. Rehearsal 9am for 9:30 service every Sunday, with extra performances around Christmas and Easter.

  • Choir of St Marys' Parish Church, Tetbury, Gloucestershire Tetbury Church has a long tradition of providing fine choral church music. The church has a good acoustic for music and has an excellent pipe organ. The choir sings for the Communion Service each week and for Choral Evensong on the first Sunday of each month. We sing for special services throughout the church year, and sing the Festival Eucharist for the Tetbury Music Festival in October. We aim to sing an interesting and varied repertoire to a high standard, enjoying ourselves in the process! The choir is supported financially by The Friends of Tetbury Church Choir who also administer the James Cowley Singing Scholarship for a junior choir member. The Organist and Choirmaster is always delighted to receive enquiries from potential new singers both young and old. Choir practice is on Wednesday evening in the church from 7:15 pm

  • Choir of St. Michael's, Bray, Maidenhead, Berkshire The Choir of St Michael's is a friendly, mixed voice choir with over twenty adults and children. The core repertoire is a varied one, centring on the traditional Anglican canon. The choir is not only the musical focal point for each Sunday morning Eucharist, but also gives concerts and recordings.

  • Choir of Somerville College, Oxford

  • The Choir of Somerville College, founded by Francis Knights and Sam Bayliss in 2001, is one of Oxford University's leading mixed-voice college choirs and sings the weekly services at Somerville’s non-denominational chapel. Since 2015 Benjamin Goodson has been Director of Chapel Music. He is assisted by Nicholas Machin (Organ Scholar).
  • Choir of the Good Shepherd with St Peter, Lee; London We are a small but active church choir in South East London, performing a wide range of music from Tudor polyphony to Taize chants, as well as works composed by members of the choir.

  • Choir of the School of Byzantine Music, London London is a wonderful place to learn this ancient Church music, with some highly qualified teachers, who have a long experience and training in this particular art form. The main school is based next to the Cathedral in Wood Green not far from the Tube Station at 21 Trinity Road, London N22 4LB. There are also branches of the school at Churches in central and south London, and also across the Midlands. The school has welcomed Orthodox Christians of all nationalities who enjoy Byzantine music, and caters for all levels from complete beginner to accomplished musicians.

  • Choir of the 21st Century, London CC21 was formed at the beginning of the new Millennium by conductor, Howard Williams, and features some of London's most experienced amateur singers. The choir's repertoire is deliberately broad, sacred and secular, to reflect the depth and richness of the choral music which is our heritage. It performs three or four concerts a year in venues in London which have included St John's, Smith Square, and St James's, Piccadilly and the choir has also performed for the English-Speaking Union, the European Union of Women, the National Children's Orchestra and the English Music Festival.

  • Choir on Fire, Hitchin Hertfordshire We are a Youth choir who believe that singing is for everyone, and that if you add a bit of movement and an element of fun; you get a musical performance which is engaging for both audience and performer.

  • Choirs R Us, Barnet, London A community choir singing pop, soul, R&B and gospel songs in harmony. It is open to adults 18+ irrespective of age or ability.

  • ChoirJam, Keynsham, Avon We are a friendly pop choir open to anyone over 18 who loves singing and just wants to have a go!  Come along and have fun singing feelgood pop songs and make new friends – but don’t blame us if  you end up in the pub with the “Jammers” afterwards!

  • ChoirPower, East Grinstead, West Sussex A mixed choir, based in East Grinstead. Our purpose is to create a choir for people to discover and improve their singing abilities, so that they get enjoyment and satisfaction from singing and performing a variety of music to a high level of competence. There are between 40-50 singers at present, many of whom have been with the choir for many years. We are affiliated to the National Operatic & Dramatic Association.  

  • Chorus Natus Est, Yorkshire Chamber choir singing a repertoire from across the centuries with passion, precision and musicality. We stage our own concerts but also take bookings and can be available for corporate events and workshops.

  • Conchord Singers, Southampton, Hampshire We're a small choir (about 45 voices), open to anyone, and we've ve been going since 1986.  

  • Chorale Excelsior, Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh Chorale Excelsior gives concerts on and off campus, and performs in the annual Heriot-Watt choir concert in St Giles' Cathedral, Edinburgh, and joins up with the orchestra for other concerts. The choir is open to students, staff and the local community. Rehearsals start on the first Tuesday of each semester.

  • Chorate Chamber Choir, Reading, Berks Chorate is a Reading-based mixed voice chamber choir, formed in 2009 by a group of experienced singers wanting to sing, have fun and raise funds for good causes. The group gives concerts at churches and venues across, and beyond, Reading, as well as carol singing for local charities. Their repertoire comprises sacred and secular music from the 13th century to the present day, by composers from Palestrina to Rodgers and Hammerstein!

  • Chordiality, Bradford, Yorkshire A forty-strong, mixed voice choir, based in Bradford, West Yorkshire. The choir started in 1993 as a group of friends. Since then, under the musical directorship of Peter Sherlock. Primarily, we are a friendly group from a variety of backgrounds who enjoy singing together and socialising both in rehearsals and in performance. Our ‘mission’ is to share our enjoyment of choral music and to widen people’s perception of choral singing in all its glorious variety.

  • Chorley and District Choral Society, Lancashire: email only contact: alan@winmus.freeserve.co.uk 55 voices giving four concerts a year at Chorley Town Hall, including two major performances with orchestra, a Christmas Concert with the awesome Intrada Brass Ensemble and a Summer Concert which tours various scenic locations. 2006/07 is our 40th Session.

  • Chorleywood Choral Society, Chorleywood, Herts An eclectic and enthusiastic group of singers, our choral society is about 80 strong. We tend to give performances three times per year: September, Christmas and Summer (May/June), the summer one being our main one and the Royal Festival Hall being one of the venues in which we have sung. Our repertoire is wide-ranging. During the summer holidays, a tour is organised with our sister choir, Berkhamsted Choral Society, usually to a European city.

  • Choros, Oxford A semi-professional chamber choir based in North Oxfordshire. The choir performs a very diverse repertoire. The choir also organises choral workshops and community projects

  • Coros Amici, Tutbury, Derbyshire Winner of the Sainsbury's Mixed Voice Choir 2000 title and overall winner of the Sainsbury's Choir of the Year 2000 competition. Around 27 amateur singers who gather occasionally from around the country to sing and socialise.

  • Chorus Choirs, Sheffield A 200 hundred strong non auditioning community choir in Sheffield performing regularly at the City Hall with the Sheffield Pops Orchestra. New members always welcome from 16years plus (no upper limit). We sing a wide variety of fun and accessible music under the  professional baton of Andy Booth.

  • Chorus Cantorum, South Devon Based in the South Hams, Chorus Cantorum is a small choir that is available to sing at services across the South Devon area. Whether you just need us to lead the hymns at your service or would like us to sing anthems or other works, we are happy to fit in with your wishes. All our singers are experienced musicians and very friendly. We would be delighted to sing the music of your choice or, if you are not sure what to choose, to offer advice about appropriate pieces.

  • Chorus of Disapproval, Wells, Somerset We are a new 40 strong community choir and our repertoire ranges from the Beach Boys to Britten. We rehearse every Monday at Stoberry Park Primary School under the baton of our dynamic young conductor, Verity Stoffell and we welcome new members. There are no auditions and no need to read music.

  • Chorus Natus Est, Yorkshire Chorus natus est recreates well-known, large-scale choral works, usually sung by hundreds, transforming them into intimate renditions performed in unusual settings. We have performed Handel’s Messiah in pubs, Vivaldi’s Gloria in the alcoves of historic city walls and a lighter choral repertoire in a hotel cellar. All of this with just four singers and an accompanist on a harpsichord.

  • Chrissylis, Nottingham e-mail only: contact: christine.smith14@ntlworld.com Yes-its spelt this way-from my name, and my passion of butterflies,-which can be seen upon our uniform, and feature in our signature tune "Love is like a butterfly"

  • Christ Church Choir, High Harrogate, N. Yorkshire The Choir sings each Sunday at the 10 am Parish Eucharist, except on the first Sunday of each month and in August. Rehearsals take place every Thursday in term time at 6.30 pm. It has been great to have a recent influx of young probationers joining the choir and new singers are always welcome.

  • Christ Church Cathedral Choir, Oxford Choristers attend the School as full boarders, and their duties involve singing at services up to Christmas Day and throughout Holy Week, as well as 7 services per week in term-time

  • Christ Church Choir, Bexleyheath Christ church Bexleyheath is fortunate to have a solid choral tradition stretching back over very many decades. Blessed with a fine acoustic in the chancel, a solid Hunter organ and the enthusiasm and commitment of the choir members the church retains a healthy four-part robed choir. The musical mainstay remains centred mostly around traditional hymnody, anthems, psalms and motets; in more recent years these have been supplemented by responsorial psalms, Taize music, and plainsong to reflect the changes in worship patterns and also adopted by many other churches in the UK and abroad

  • Christ Church Southgate Choir, North London Christ Church Southgate is home to north London’s finest voluntary liturgical choir. With over 40 singers, both young and old, the choir can be heard singing at least twice a week on Sundays at both the Parish Eucharist and Choral Evensong, as well as on major feast days. They are directed by their Conductor, Richard Brain, and accompanied by the Organist, David Hinitt, or Associate Organist Kate Macpherson. Our choir are passionate about music, proudly keeping alive the tradition of singing a full Choral Evensong on a weekly basis. 

  • Christ with All Saints' Church Choir, All Saints Road, Heaton Norris, Stockport, SK4 1QA. Small, friendly, dedicated, robed SATB choir with large repertoire. New members always welcome. No audition. Thursday rehearsal 6:45pm. Sunday service 11:15am

  • Christ's College Choir, Cambridge The Choir usually comprises 8 sopranos, 6 altos, 4 tenors and 6 basses, along with two organ scholars. It is under the Musical Direction of Dr. David Rowland. Every member is auditioned, most holding Choral Exhibitions, and all attend the University of Cambridge, studying a wide range of subjects from Medicine to Music.

  • Christ's Hospital Choral Society, Horsham, West Sussex An adult choir of over one hundred singers based in the magnificent surroundings of Christ's Hospital (The Bluecoat School). We perform three concerts a year and are joined by professional musicians and pupils of the school to perform a wide range of choral music.

  • Christine Smith Blend, Nottingham  e-mail only: contact: christine.smith14@ntlworld.com can at maximum top 120 members-as this is open to anyone within my groups who is prepared to put in extra practice (as well as to the choir/s to which they belong).

  • Christminster Singers, Oxford We perform a wide range of music from the West Gallery tradition together with other songs in the same style, from both sides of the Atlantic. It is robust, uninhibited and existing music with powerful harmonies.

  • Churchdown Choral Society, Gloucestershire The Churchdown Choral Society  has been entertaining audiences since 1983. We are a choir of mixed voices who love to sing and enjoy performing together. A non-auditioning choir,  we are always ready to welcome new singers. There are two formal concerts each year covering many of the major choral works, and since our  formation, all of the popular composers have been performed. Our Spring Concerts feature orchestral accompaniment. Each summer a concert is given, usually in Churchdown Community Centre, where a less formal programme is performed, accompanied by an excellent supper!

  • Churchdown Male Voice Choir, Gloucestershire Formed in 1965 in a small village between Gloucester and Cheltenham, it now draws its members from surrounding areas and is one of the most popular choirs in the West of England

  • Church Street Community Singers, London The Church Street Community Singers are a small friendly choir who sing a variety of different types of music old and new, including pop, folk/world music, songs from musicals, and anything else we feel like singing. There are no auditions and you don't need to be able to read music. All abilities are welcome.

    Churches Drama and Opera in Thurrock (CDOT), Essex We are a mixed voice four part harmony group which gives about nine concerts each year for charity. Our growing repertoire is mainly modern pop songs, with light opera and an occasional piece that a choral society might perform. It’s Rock Around the Clock with a bit of Verdi or Mascagni. We are always trying new things and have a wide appeal. Our program includes solos and small group pieces and we welcome new singers. 

  • Chutzpah Choir, Brighton & Hove All backgrounds and singing levels are welcome, no auditions and singing experience necessary. The choir material features Jewish folk songs in Yiddish, Niggunim (the age old Jewish “songs without words”), also songs in Hebrew, Ladino, Russian and Ukrainian, combined with original compositions, improvisation in Jewish modes, with special attention to folk elements in singing; mainly a cappella. This secular community is open to everybody who enjoys singing, but we talk about historic context of our music, carefully translating from different languages and paying attention to details of the musical language.

  • Circle of Song, Stroud, Gloucestershire Generally 4 part, always acapella, we have no director as such, but all who feel able to are encouraged to teach/ lead a song. Very varied repertoire from Georgian to Shapenote to Bulgarian to some of our own material. All abilities are welcomed, new members welcome in the first 2/3 sessions of every term. We try to teach everything aurally, but some ability to read sheet music is always helpful.

  • Cirencester Community Choir, Gloucestershire We sing a variety of types of song - pop, folk, gospel, world songs and more - so something for every taste.  A relaxed, friendly approach focused on singing for pleasure - no experience needed, no auditions and ability to read music not necessary

  • City Academy Amplified Choir, Soho, London City Academy Amplified are our Pop and Indie choir based in Soho, set up to encourage those who love contemporary music to come together and sing in a fun and friendly environment. Membership also provides the opportunity to perform at a number of events throughout the year. This includes the choir’s own dedicated concerts as well as guest performances at some of City Academy’s other events.

  • City Academy Chamber Choir, Soho, London The City Academy Chamber is an SATB mixed vocal harmony group with a repertoire covering a range of choral works and styles, with a focus on a cappella singing. The choir provides a great way of meeting like-minded singers in a fun and friendly environment, whilst also providing an opportunity to improve your sight-singing skills and tackle complex harmonic works in a variety of musical styles, from classical to contemporary.

  • City Academy Collective Choir, Soho, London City Academy Collective are an exciting contemporary gospel choir that meet in central London. The group sings a wide variety of musical styles including gospel, soul, pop, jazz and musical theatre. The choir is open to both men and women of any voice type, and is a great way of meeting like-minded singers in a fun and friendly environment. Membership also provides the opportunity to perform at a number of events throughout the year. This includes the choir’s own dedicated concerts as well as performing as guests at some of City Academy’s other events.

  • City Academy Encore Choir, Soho, London City Academy Encore is a musical theatre choir meeting each week in London Bridge. It is open to both men and women of any voice type who love to sing a broad range of repertoire from the West End and Broadway. Rehearsals will allow like-minded singers to come together and enjoy original arrangements of their favourite show tunes in a fun and social environment.

  • City Academy Singers, Soho, London City Academy Singers is an exciting choir located in the City, who have an exciting varied repertoire from Pop and Rock through to Musical Theatre, Jazz and Soul alongside some more traditional choral work too. The choir is a mixed group with both men and women welcome, and provides a great way of meeting like-minded singers in a fun and sociable environment.

  • City Academy Songbirds, Soho London The City Academy Songbirds are our female only choir that meet weekly to sing an eclectic mix of material ranging from musical theatre to pop, rock to jazz, Motown to soul. Headed by tutor Katherine Hare, members of the City Academy Songbirds receive expert guidance in a fun and supportive atmosphere. It’s a fantastic opportunity to improve your singing skills at the same time as making new friends and having fun.

  • City Chamber Choir, City of London A highly professional amateur group, formed to explore neglected repertoire. Sainsbury's Choir of the Year semi-finalists in 1996.

  • City Chorus, Hertfordshire We are a thriving community choir based in Letchworth Garden City, about 35 miles north of London.  We comprise over 80 members of varying ages, backgrounds and abilities, united by one common passion: We love to sing! At City Chorus we sing a wide range of music, covering popular, classical, show and religious/traditional.  There’s something for everyone, and there are openings for budding soloists too. We were founded in 2010 with the mission statement “For the community, by the community”. Contributing to our local community is hugely important to us, and we can be regularly seen in Letchworth and the surrounding towns and villages, singing for events and local charities (most notably, Garden House Hospice, our affiliated charity)

  • City of Birmingham Choir Perform regularly in Symphony Hall, performing nearly all their main concerts with the CBSO. They gave the first Midlands performances of many great works, including Messiaen's La Transfiguration and Tippett's The Mask of Time

  • City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus Widely regarded as one of the finest symphony choruses in Europe, CBSC's amateur members achieve exceptional quality under the training of Director Simon Halsey. CBSC gives around 20 performances per year, with CBSO and other orchestras, locally, nationally and internationally, and features on numerous recordings. 

  • City of Bristol Choir, Bristol The choir is made up of 50 singers whose aim is to sing a wide range of choral music to the highest possible standard. The choir rehearses on Thursday evenings and gives around five concerts a year in different venues around the South West, but mostly in Bristol.

  • City of Canterbury Chamber Choir, Kent The City of Canterbury Chamber Choir gave its first concert in October 1995 and in the seventeen years since foundation has made regular appearances at the Presteigne and Canterbury festivals, and also at the English Music Festival, for the Sittingbourne Music Club and has performed regularly with Orchestra Nova, both in concert and on disc.The choir performs an ever-widening repertoire spanning from the Baroque to the music of today, and has an enviable reputation for fine standards of performance. Audiences and critics alike have praised the precision and outstanding musicianship of the choir under the inspired leadership of music director, George Vass.

  • City of Chester Male Voice Choir Formerly the Cestrian Male Voice Choir, this 60-year-old, 60-strong MVC tours regularly, raising thousands of pounds for charitable causes

  • City of Coventry Male Voice Choir, Warwickshire We are a choir of enthusiastic amateur singers, deriving great pleasure from our rehearsals and from performances to audiences around the Coventry and Warwickshire areas.  We also take part in massed choir events.

  • City of Leicester Singers We are an SATB choir approximately 60 in number and normally perform four major concerts a year

  • City of Lincoln Male Voice Choir, Lincoln, Lincolnshire About 24 strong TTBB male choir singing traditional songs for enjoyment and public performances for local charities

  • City of London Choir 70-100 singers, usually performing in St John's, QEH, RFH or Barbican. Repertoire 16C to premieres. Recently won the British Telecom/NFMS Innovation Award

  • City of Newport Male Choir (Cor Melbien Casnewydd), Newport, S. Wales A registered charity of around 55 persons who uses the art of music to help other charitable organisations. Established in 1943, 2003 was the celebration of 60 yrs of making music making friends. The choir has made successful tours to Belgium, Holland, France, Germany Denmark and Canada. We practice every Monday and Thursday from 7.30 to 9.30 p.m. at Pill YMCA, Mendalgief Road, Newport.. New members are always welcome and for any information please contact the above named.

  • City of Roses Chorus, Drumoak Aberdeenshire A female choir proud to be a member of Sweet Adelines International, a world wide body of women's barbershop harmony singers. Imagine the fun of creating exciting four-part harmony vocal music with friends, singing a variety of music specially arranged to suit female voices - here in Aberdeenshire! If that sounds appealing, then The City of Roses Chorus is for you!

  • City of Truro Male Choir, Cornwall Formerly Chacewater Carnon Vale Male Choir, which itself was amalgamation of Carnon Vale Male Voice Choir formed in 1942 and Chacewater & District Male Voice Choir formed in 1947.  Renamed the City of Truro Male Choir in 2003 we aim to be the most entertaining male voice choir in the South West and for the City of Truro to be justly proud of us.

  • City of Wolverhampton Choir Founded in 1948, the Wolverhampton Civic Choir is the premier choral society in Wolverhampton, performing four concerts each year within the environs of the City of Wolverhampton. The choir performs a wide range of choral music. The choir rehearses at Penn URC, Penn Road, Wolverhampton, on Monday evenings, 7.30-9.30pm. New members in all sections are welcome. In 2006 its changed it name to the City of Wolverhampton Choir.

  • Citysound Choir, Bath We meet on a Wednesday evening at 7:45pm at St Stephen's Church (Crypt), Lansdown.  We are currently rehearsing for our Christmas concerts and are looking for new talent, so if you like to sing and are looking to join a choir, now is a good time to come along and find out more about us.

  • Citysingers, Lancashire A friendly, non-auditioned choir formed in October 2010 primarily from around 20 staff and friends of staff from Lancaster City Council. We sing non-religious, non-traditional, music from the 20thCentury onwards, including current chart music. Basically we sing songs that most people have heard of and love to sing, but arranged in a new fresh way for up to 4 part harmony. Our Musical Director is singer-songwriter Amanda Elsworth-Ross who arranges each piece for us. All members contribute song requests, from French love songs to Disney to Meatloaf to Lady Ga Ga, if it works for us, we’ll sing it! Songs are accompanied by piano, guitar or sung a cappella, depending on what we feel is right for the song. We meet every Tuesday 5.30-7pm at the Ashton Hall in Lancaster, where we perform twice a year.

  • City Voices Bristol A new non audition choir. No experience required. A lively and exciting repertoire in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. We are looking to start rehearsals on the 5th September 2011 at The Red Maids' School (TBC) on a Monday evening from 7.30pm - 9.30pm. We will work towards a concert in Bristol on Saturday 10th December 2011 (TBC) with exciting plans for 2012 and beyond.

    City Voices, Cardiff We are a 40 strong mixed voice group who perform music from music theatre and film. Formed in 2007, we perform 2 concerts a year in and around Cardiff. The whole basis of City Voices is about making singing for fun - new members always welcome, there are no auditions.

  • Clackmannanshire Choral Society, Alloa, Scotland The Society performs publicly at least twice a year, rehearsing from early January through to the Spring Concert in April and from early September through the autumn for the Christmas Concert in early December.  Apart from occasional meetings of the Committee, the Society does not meet over the festive season or through the summer.  Rehearsals are Monday nights 7 p.m. to just after 9 p.m., with a short break in the middle.  Rehearsals are usually held in the session room at the west end of St. Mungo’s Parish Church, Bedford Place, Alloa, unless it is in use, when we use the front pews of the church proper.  Our main performances are always Saturday nights at 7:30 in the same church, with a final rehearsal that morning 10:30 to about 1 p.m. as needed.  The choir is grateful to the Kirk Session of St. Mungo’s for permission to use the facilities. At present strength we are a small chamber choir of just over 30.  The choir employs the services of a professional accompanist / repetiteur and retains the services of our conductor / music director by annual honorarium.

  • CK Gospel Choir, London Children of the Kingdom - a new generation of gospel music. Children of the Kingdom, or CK Gospel Choir as they're more commonly known, are a 16 piece group from London, UK, who are united by their love of gospel music

  • Clare College Choir, Cambridge One of the leading university choral groups in England, with many recordings and broadcasts to its credit.

  • Claritas Hospice Choir, East Cheshire The East Cheshire Hospice Choir, formed in Autumn 2006, was inspired by the then Chaplain, Stella Cole. It is currently run by a group of choir volunteers and rehearsals are led by Kath Ibbotson, who has taught Music in Macclesfield for over 40 years.

  • Clark Community Choir,Mussleburgh, East Lothian Formed following the sad passing away of Robert Clark founder of the St Ninian’s Junior Concert Party 50 years ago. It exists for anyone of any age, background or ability who enjoys singing whether they consider themselves to be a ‘singaphobic’, an expert or somewhere in between. No auditioning is required. Our motto is “generations singing together” The ethos of the Clark Community Choir is to unite generations in a common purpose - singing popular music for pleasure!

  • Clarkson Singers, Wisbech, Cambridge  A friendly mixed voice choir, with about 35 members, founded in 1992. The singers repertoire is wide ranging and covers church music, madrigals, folk songs and songs from the shows.

  • Classic Harmony, Peterborough, Cambs We are a friendly and welcoming group made up of ladies of all ages and from all walks of life. We sing pop songs, songs from the shows as well as ballads and jazzy up-tunes, all in four-part harmony and all a capella. You don't need to be able to read music as we learn our part from CDs. We have an open evening on Tuesday 21 November at Sawtry Junior School, Sawtry, Cambs, from 7.30 – 10.30. Anyone welcome – just turn up.

  • Clay Chorus, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire A mixed community choir there are no auditions and no need to read music as we learn the songs by ear. We practice on Mondays from 7.15pm-9.15pm at Burslem School of Art,Queen St, Burslem,Stoke-On-Trent, Staffs. Term starts on September 24th.

  • Claygate Choral Society, Claygate, Surrey A choir of 40 voices, formed in 1959 to perform Stainer's Crucifixion, the Society has greatly developed its repertoire. In recent years we have given good performances of Bach's Mass in B Minor, and both of the Passions, Durufls Requiem and Elgar's Gerontius. Poulencs Gloria, Rutters Requiem and Brittens St Nicolas are now in our repertoire. New members welcome, via our website.

  • Claygate Vocality, Surrey  Vocality Singing: Fun and friendly a capella choirs (and occasional workshops) in various locations in London and Surrey. We welcome anyone who loves to sing – men and women alike. Our unusual repertoire of beautiful, uplifting songs from around the world includes folk, spiritual, pop, gospel and ethnic songs from as far afield as Africa and Eastern Europe as well as the home nations. Led by experienced musical directors, the choirs are suitable for singers of all abilities: there are no auditions and everything is taught by ear. It’s all about the fantastic feeling of singing in harmony with like-minded others. Come sing with us!

  • Cleeve Chorale, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire We are a friendly choral society based to the north of Cheltenham with a history dating back over 70 years.  Our 3+ concerts a year have included music by Mozart, Rossini, Bach and Gilbert and Sullivan.  New members are welcome!

  • Cleeve Harmony, Gloucestershire Cleeve Harmony is an award winning ladies acapella chorus, formed in January 2013. We rehearse every Wednesday, 7.30 p.m. at Tithe Barn, Bishops Cleeve near Cheltenham. At present we have 35 members but we are always looking for more ladies to join us. We sing a whole range of popular songs - and no need to be able to read music.

  • Cleeve Singers, Bristol, Avon The Cleeve Singers choir in Bristol has vacancies for tenors and basses; would you like to join us? You don’t have to read music or have sung in a choir before (although, of course, it helps). We can provide a period of initial support that will enable you to decide if this is an activity for you. Singing together is a wonderful experience; you’re not exposed like a soloist but your contribution is essential to making a good performance - and you’re surrounded by others singing the same notes and the same words. The music we sing is generally light and melodic. We’re not into the big formal choral works; audiences always say how much they like the variety of music we perform.

  • Clerkes of All Saints, Yorkshire We bring high-quality music to Anglican and Catholic churches in North and East Yorkshire which don't currently benefit from choral singing in their regular worship. We also sing services from time to time in larger churches and cathedrals, providing music when their regular choirs are unavailable.

  • Clerks of Christ Church, Oxford Founded in 2001 in response to a popular demand for a group, which could provide flexible programming for a variety of occasions. Many members of the group are also involved with freelance singing with other consorts, including The Sixteen, Huelgas Ensemble and The Gabrieli Consort.

  • Clerkes of Old Sarum They specialise in unaccompanied music from 14C to 17C, and sing services at cathedrals and churches around the country

  • Clevedon Choral Society, Clevedon, Somerset A choir of fifty singers of all voices.  We sing mainly major choral works and have just started rehearsals of King David by Honegger (an unusual piece). Rehearsals are on Mondays.  Our MD is Ray Willis.

  • Cleveland Philharmonic Choir, Middlesborough Founded in 1968 the choir is a mixed voice choir of 120 singers led by Music Director John Forsyth MBE.  It rehearses in Middlesbrough and gives at least three classical concerts a year.

  • Clitheroe Pop Choir, Lancashire We rehearse at the Oasis Room, St. James St. Clitheroe. Lancs. on Thursday evenings during the school term between 8.30 and 10.00pm. Generally we perform a concert each term. The choir presently has 60 members. There are no auditions to join the choir and we perform pop, rock, soul and gospel numbers. The choir was formed about 18 months ago by Susan Sykora.

  • Close Shave Chorus (Barbershop), Glasgow We are a male voice, a cappella (4 part harmony) chorus, comprising 16 guys of a certain age who enjoy singing. Members come from various parts of the West of Scotland, but the chorus is based in Glasgow, Scotland, and we rehearse weekly, on Tuesday evenings, 7.30-9.30 p.m. during term-time, in Holyrood School, Dixon Road, on the south side of Glasgow. If you would like to consider joining us, you are very welcome to visit us at rehearsal.

  • Clwyd Clippers, Mold, Flintshire, Wales The Clwyd Clippers are the chorus of Mold Barbershop Harmony Club, founded in 1987, and has made successful tours in Ireland, Holland and Germany,

  • Clydebank District Choir, Scotland We are a mixed voice choir formed 27 years ago with a current membership of around 35. We sing a wide variety of music from popular choral classics to spirituals, show tunes, Scots songs, modern songs and everything in between. The choir rehearses on Tuesday evenings in Morison Memorial Church, Dumbarton Rd, Clydebank G81 1UA from 7.30pm to 9.30pm and all new members are welcome. There is no audition to join just an enthusiasm to be part of a friendly choir who perform 2 concerts (at Christmas and in the spring and occasional concerts in between) for enjoyment.

  • Clydebank Ladies Choir, Scotland Clydebank Ladies Choir are and enthusiastic and friendly group who all share a love of music and singing. The choir perform a wide repertoire including pop, musicals, film music, folk, spirituals and classical. If you are interested in joining please come along to one of our practice sessions

  • Clydebank Male Voice Choir, Strathclyde The oldest male voice choir in Scotland, founded in 1899 and now about 60-strong. We are a Male Voice Choir based in Clydebank in the west of the Central Belt in Scotland. If you would like to join us, you would be more than welcome. Our ‘season’ is from (usually) the first Tuesday in September to April each year with a short break over the Christmas period. Rehearsals start from 7.30 pm to 9.30 pm on a Tuesday night at the Dalmuir Community Centre, Dalmuir, Clydebank.  

  • CMM (Christain Music Ministries) Choir, Birmingham  Founded in 1995 and exists to rehearse and perform the musicals and other choral works by composer Roger Jones. The choir meets in two halves, one in West Birmingham (on Monday evenings) and one in East Birmingham (on Tuesday evenings) and comes together for concerts in and around the West Midlands, conducted by Annie Routley. The choir is open to anyone who enjoys singing, regardless of whether they read music or not – we always provide words copies as well as vocal scores.  Over the 25 years we have been singing together, a great camaraderie and mutual support has built up amongst the members, together with a great desire to bless and encourage our audiences wherever we go.  We usually work on three projects a year, spending about 10 rehearsals learning a musical, and then give 6 or 7 performances in local churches and other venues

  • Coalville & District Male Voice Choir, Coalville, Leicestershire We are a Male Voice Choir founded 1944 located in North West Leicestershire with around 30 members.  

  • Coastline Harmony Chorus, Portslade, Brighton 4-Part Harmony Ladies Barbershop Chorus. Currently Consisting of 40 Members.

  • Cobbydale Singers, W Yorkshire We are a group of 16 ladies who sing music that people like to hear. Its very light music and includes popular, secular and well known songs. We have been together since 1994. We sing mainly around the West Yorkshire Area, but recently sang in Germany as guests of a mixed choir in Pfortzheim

  • Cockermouth Harmonic Society, Cumbria An SATB choir of approximately 60 voices, dedicated to the furtherance of the choral music tradition within West Cumbria.

  • Codsall Singers, Wolverhampton A friendly 3-part ladies' choir with about 17 members, formed in 2005 from an existing choir called 'The New Day Singers' We sing a wide range of music including songs from stage and screen, spirituals, folk and swing.  New members are warmly welcomed. 

  • Coffee Choir, Salisbury, Wiltshire A Tuesday morning choir designed for those who are not confident with going out at night to choir practises and returning to an empty house.  Since we have started, however, I discover that it is fitting into lots of people's lives for a variety of different reasons.

  • Coggeshall Camerata, Colchester, Essex Aims to meet the musical needs and aspirations of good choral singers in and around the Colchester area by providing a concert season that offers opportunities to sing in a wide variety of choral repertoire to a high standard. Members must be competent sightreaders and able to devote time to individual learning outside rehearsals.

  • Cisir Ceann an Tuirc Gaelic Choir Ceann an Tuirc are possibly THE hottest thing to hit the Mod scene...ever! A collection of Argyll's most attractive male singers, this group of likely lads has been wooing audiences far and wide since their creation in 2002. Consisting of members from throughout God's own area of Argyll, they meet on a monthly basis to get the craic, sing songs and prepare for the whisky Olympics that is The Royal National Mod. The choir are under the direction of local slave to the Gaelic cause, Joy Dunlop. 

  • Coisir Dhun Eideann (Edinburgh Gaelic Choir) Cisir Dhn ideann (Edinburgh Gaelic Choir formerly Edinburgh Saltire Gaelic Choir) was formed by the amalgamation of two of Edinburgh's choirs, one of which was established in 1903 making it one of the longest established Gaelic choirs in Scotland. The choir rehearses every Wednesday preparing for the National Md, local mds and performances around Edinburgh, promoting Gaelic language and music. New members are always welcome at our weekly rehearsal. 
  • Coisir Ghaidhlig an Eilein Mhuilich (Isle of Mull Gaelic Choir), Strathclyde 20-30 members singing mainly unaccompanied gaelic music, with many accomplished soloists, duetists and instrumentalists within its ranks. TV appearances have included singing at the mouth of Fingals Cave, Staffa, on Music Live.

  • Cisir Ghidhlig Chrlabhaigh, Isle of Lewis, Scotland Cisir Ghidhlig Chrlabhaigh was established in May 2011 and is the first ever adult Gaelic choir in the Carloway area. The choir took part in its first Royal National Md that year in Stornoway and usually competes in the Lorn Shield and the Puirt competitions.  The choir is conducted by Miri Macleod whose family is from Carloway on her father’s side.  Although Miri lives in the south of England just now, she conducts the choir each Monday evening using Skype.  Choir uniform includes Harris Tweed ties and corsages made from cloth donated by the Carloway Mill.  CGC is a small choir but organises many community events each year, including a popular annual Pre-Md Ceilidh.  A number of choir members sing solo and precent Gaelic Psalms.

  • Coisir Ghaidhlig Ile Gaelic Choir (Islay Gaelic Choir) Gaelic choral singing has a long and deeply-embedded tradition on Islay. Until relatively recently most of the Islay villages or areas of the island would each have had their own choir. Cisir Ghidhlig le (Islay Gaelic Choir) was formed in 2005 as the successor to the Port Ellen Gaelic Choir which was the last remaining village choir on the island. Cisir Ghidhlig le is now Islay’s sole Gaelic choir representing the entire island. Members are drawn from all parts of the island and we welcome all comers – regardless of their music or Gaelic abilities.
  • Cisir Ghidhlig na Leargaidh Ghallda (Largs Gaelic Choir), Scotland The choir membership is drawn from the Fairlie, Largs, Skelmorlie and Wemyss Bay areas with some from places further afield such as Greenock, Bridge of Weir, Beith, Ardrossan and Ayr.  Choir members have connections with Bernara, Lewis, North Uist, Barra, Glen Etive, Sleat, Tiree and Mull.  The choir’s current membership includes Silver Pendant winners Linda McCallum, John Blair and Colin Fisher who also form the folk group “Sunndach”.  The choir has also had successes with their quartet and duets at recent Mods.

     

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  • Coisir Ghaidhlig Obae Dheathain (Aberdeen Gaelic Choir) Aberdeen Gaelic Choir, formed in 1952 and still going strong! The choir sings, in four part harmony, a range of Gaelic songs. They are traditional and modern with lovely melodies which form part of Scotland’s centuries-old culture. The choir meets every Tuesday at 7.30pm in Holburn West Church which is located on the corner of Great Western Road and Ashley Park Drive. Every year we perform at different events and compete in provincial mods, climaxing in the Royal National Mod in October. New members are always welcome! Some choir members speak Gaelic and many have an interest in the language and culture. There is no requirement to be able to speak Gaelic or read music as word and music recordings are provided as well as tuition at practices.

  • Coisir Ghaidhlig Thaigh An Uillt (Taynuilt Gaelic Choir), near Oban, Strathclyde We are an enthusiastic Gaelic Choir of around 30 members from the scenic Highland village of Taynuilt in Argyll on the West Coast of Scotland, interested in promoting traditional language and culture whilst not forgetting to enjoy ourselves at the same time. Our aim is to establish links with choirs in the UK and other countries, especially Gaelic speaking / learning musical groups. Please visit our site if you are interested in Scottish traditional music and would like to share experiences and culture (and a bit of 'craic')!

  • Colchester Bach Choir, Essex A mixed choral group who perform a staple diet from the Western classical tradition. Unlike normal choirs, the rehearsal periods are short, the singers flexible and experienced, resulting in fresh musical performances.

  • Colchester Chamber Choir, Essex A mixed-voice chamber choir of 24 singers that seeks to promote and perform challenging works suitable for the smaller choir, particularly from the pre-baroque era as well as the 19th and 20th centuries. Lesser known works and works in their original language are given special attention.

  • Colchester Choral Society Large mixed-voice amateur choir and perform 4 concerts per year with professional soloists and orchestras.

  • Colchester Military Wives Choir, Essex Colchester Military Wives Choir was established in July 2012 when three ladies met.  They were Debbie Price (Military Wife), Liz Mullen (BFBS Radio) and Sally Leung (Headteacher at Montgomery Infant School).  The get-together was finally brought about by Sir Bob Russell after he witnessed a performance of the Salisbury Plain Military Wives Choir at the House of Commons and thought it would be great to have such a choir from the Colchester Garrison.

  • Coleford Community Choir, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire Coleford Community Choir was formed in February 2011 in the heart of the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, in affiliation with Coleford Baptist Church and Forest and Wye Valley Music under the direction of conductor Sam Davis & accompanist Howard Gibbard.
  • Collavoce Choir, Vale of York, North Yorkshire  A 30+ SATB choir. Combining a passion for revisiting and revitalising the sacred and the popular with an eclectic folio of musical theatre, jazz and folk. Repertoire embrace Bach to Rutter and Sinatra to Sondheim and much more. and is available for Weddings, Concerts, Receptions, Charity events...... A mixed age of singers ensures freshness and experience: new members with enthusiasm for creating music with the voice are welcomed. 

  • Colla Voce, Worcester, Worcestershire A highly regarded local choir of approximately 21, singing songs from film, theatre, shows and musicals. Many members are working professionals or graduates from a variety of musical theatre and performance backgounds. All singers are encouraged to sing solos, duets trios etc, and a sense of humour is vital especially with the tenors that we have already!We average about 2 gigs per month and rehearse twice a week. Entry is by audition.

  • Colla Vove Chamber Choir, Dudley, West Midlands A chamber choir based in Quarry Bank, around 3 miles from Dudley in the West Midlands. Colla Voce was formed in 1999 and the current membership is made up of 19 SATB voices. The choir sings regularly in venues across the West Midlands for concerts, services of worship and weddings and has, within the last 3 years, premiered three new choral works

  • Colla Voce Singers, London. A chamber choir of young, talented singers, most either university students or recent graduates, majority having been pupils at The London Oratory School.  Directed by Lee Ward.  As well as sacred repertoire, focus on secular choral works, a genre often ignored by many young choirs today.

  • Collegium Laureatum, Cambridge Formed in 1974 by a group of graduates, and now 120-strong and open to all abilities. It performs a wide range of classical choral music, achieving high-quality performances

  • Collegium Musicum of London Founded in 1972 by Laszlo Heltay, this chamber choir with some 30 singers performs in London & the SE, mainly (but not exclusively) a cappella works early and contemporary

  • Collegium Singers, Taunton, Somerset  A 25 voice chamber choir of amateur singers. The choir specialises in the performance of lesser known baroque works with period orchestras, although they also have a wide range from  medieval  to the present day.

  • Colliers Wood Chorus, Merton, South London Community choir of all shapes and sizes, with a superb atmosphere and an eclectic repertoire.  We make lovely noises through having fun.

  • Collis Choral Singers, Teddington, Richmond, London An unauditioned mixed voice choir based in Teddington.  It was founded in 2010 by conductor Sebastian Valentine as a community choir for the Teddington area. We aim to bring together people of all ages who share a love of singing a varied range of choral music to a high standard. The choir rehearses on Tuesday evenings at St Mark's Church, St Mark's Road, Teddington TW11 9DE from 8:15 pm to 10:15 pm.

  • Colmcille Ladies Choir, Londonderry e-mail only: contact annegallagher@live.co.uk 

  • Colne Orpheus Glee Union Male Choir Colne Orpheus Glee Union, from Colne, Lancashire, is one of Britain's oldest male voice choirs, established in 1886 and still going strong today.

  • Colne Valley Male Voice Choir, Slaithwaite, near Huddersfield, W. Yorkshire Choir of 80 voices. First choir to compete in the MV Choir class at the inaugural Llangollen International Eisteddfod in 1947. Since then has achieved six first (consecutively 1960/61/62 and 1998/1999), five second and two third prizes in 22 appearances there (as at 2004). Only choir to hold Male Voice Choir of the World and National Male Voice Championship titles in the same year. Equally at home on concert stage with leading soloists, orchestras, wind and brass bands.

  • Columban Singers Male Voice Choir, Kilsyth, Lanarkshire Founded in the 1950s

  • Colwyn Choral Society (Cymdeithas Gorawl Colwyn),Colwyn Bay, Colwyn. Founded in 1959 is a mixed voice amateur choir rehearsing and performing in the Colwyn Bay area  We have around 70 members.  Our main concerts are  in December and April. We aim to encourage a friendly atmosphere in which everyone enjoys singing.  We always welcome new members so just come along.

  • CoMA Voices, London CoMA Voices is London based and open to all singers and aims to develop the contemporary classical vocal repertoire accessible to amateur singers, working with established composers and music student for performances and workshops.

  • Come and Sing Choir, Brighton, East Sussex Informal, friendly and fun community choir for people affected by cancer, meeting on Tuesday evenings. Everyone is welcome - no auditions and no reading music. We sing songs form a broad selection of musical traditions around the world.

  • Commoners Choir, Leeds, Yorkshire

  • Commotio, Oxford  A Chamber Choir (22-29 singers) specialising in 20th and 21st Century choral music. The choir is made up of students and working professionals. Recently gave the 2nd UK performance of Alfred Schnittke's 'Requiem' and the World premiere of Pierre Villette's mammoth 20 part motet, 'Inviolata'.

  • Complaints Choir, Birmingham It all got started during a winter day walk in Helsinki. In the Finnish vocabulary there is an expression "Valituskuoro". It means "Complaints Choir" and it is used to describe situations where a lot of people are complaining simultaneously. The idea evolved to  transforming the huge energy people put into complaining into something else. Perhaps not directly into heat – but into something powerful anyway. The concept of Complaints Choirs grew and it is now an International reality. The Complaints Choir invites people to complain as much as they want and to sing their complaints out loud together with fellow complainers.

  • Compton and Shawford Festival Choir, Hampshire The choir was founded in 1921 for the express purpose of participating in the Winchester & County Music Festival concerts, which can be inspiring occasions. Every year in May we take part in one of them. In addition, we usually hold a concert of our own in December. The atmosphere is cheerful and relaxed. We sing mainly from the classical choral repertoire, and this has recently included works by Charpentier, Faur, Rutter and Bach. New members are always welcome.

  • Con Anima Chamber Choir, Aberdeen, Scotland North-East Scotland’s finest chamber choir. We sing sacred and secular music from a wide variety of choral traditions. We regularly perform concerts in all three of Aberdeen’s Cathedrals as well as other venues in the city and surrounding area.

  • Con Brio, Bradford on Avon, Wilts a mixed voice choir of 35 voices They are based in the Wiltshire town of Bradford on Avon and were established in October 2002.Since then they have performed in a variety of venues around the area including the Guildhall, Bath and the Civic Hall in Trowbridge as well as further a field at Yeovil, Exeter and Witheridge in Devon. Charities benefiting from their events include Cruse, Childline, & Romanian Orphans as well as local churches & organisations.

  • Con Voce, Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan, South Wales. Con Voce was formed in the autumn of 2007, has some 20 members, Soprano, Contralto, Tenor and Bass and meets weekly in High Street Baptist Church in Merthyr Tydfil on Monday evenings. The Choir provides its members with the opportunity to continue to develop and share their musical talents through participation in a small SATB group. The Choir’s prime objective is to promote, improve, develop and maintain public education in appreciation of the art of music by the presentation of public concerts of great choral music.

  • Conchord Singers, Southampton, Hampshire We are a small, friendly group, professionally led and based in Southampton. We give at least two local concerts a year, one in January, and one in May or June. Our repertoire is wide, including folk songs, other part songs, longer classical works, classic popular songs and some recently composed works. We are also a very international group. We welcome visitors from different musical traditions, who would like to join us for a period. We have a regular exchange with two French choirs in Normandy: Doublecroche et Contrepoint of St. Andr de L'Eure, and La Chorale de Nonancourt.

  • Concordia, Ashby-de-la-Zouch. Leicestershire Concordia is a relatively new choir in Ashby de la Zouch, formed in September 2007 by a group of friends and interested singers. We are now established with a core of twenty members, and enjoy singing a variety of four part pieces for mixed voices. We are building up our repertoire of  songs for public performances which can range from madrigals to calypsos, from traditional Maori to Lennon and McCartney

  • Concordia Voices, Hampton Hill, Greater London  A professionally directed, amateur chamber choir of approximately 40 voices, which started life as The Apocalypse Singers, having been founded in 2000 by Christopher Hodges. Their repertoire spans over four centuries, from the Renaissance to the present day, and includes a wide range of sacred and secular music. The choir is based in Hampton Hill, Middlesex, on the outskirts of London, and rehearses in St. James's Parish Church, an elegant Victorian church with a fine acoustic. We perform in this church and also elsewhere, both in the UK and abroad. Performances include both concerts and church services and we are always interested in finding new venues

  • Concordia Chamber Choir, Dulwich Founded in January 1998, initially as an offshoot of the Dulwich Choral Society.  It was agreed from the outset that membership would not be restricted to Dulwich Choral Society members and new singers would be welcomed from the wider community.  Meeting on a fortnightly basis, initially in members homes, the choir recognised early on that a concert programme was essential to give the group focus. Concordia is made up of approximately thirty singers from around the Dulwich area, and beyond. The choir is currently directed by Dan Ludford-Thomas, who began with the choir in 2010.   Our repertoire includes anything  from Thomas Tallis to Arvo Prt and Eric Whitacre, via Cole Porter, Vaughan Williams and Britten.  We have toured to Italy, France, the Netherlands, Germany, and Denmark.

  • Congleton Choral Society, Cheshire 60-strong, singing in 3 major concerts a year with repertoire covering early to 20C music, with professional players and soloists. Members also sing weekend services at cathedrals such as Wells, Durham, Worcester, York and Gloucester.

  • Coningsby Military Wives Choir, Lincolnshire We are a choir made up of wives, partners, serving military, as well as veterans and associates from RAF Coningsby, uniting through our love of music.

  • Connect Community Choir, Scotland A brand new type of Community Choir. The aim is to benefit the community by providing entertainment and fundraising opportunities for Paisley & Renfrewshire. However what makes Connect different from normal Community Choirs is that each of its members has been hand picked for their vocal ability.

  • Cononley Singers, Yorkshire e-mail only: contact cononleysingers@gmail.com

  • Constanza Chorus, London We are an exciting new choir in the City of London, based at St Mary's Aldermary, Watling Street, EC4, opposite the Mansion House tube station. The choir is open to everyone and will focus on the greats of the choral repertoire and will be led by the dynamic conductor and singer Joanne Tomlinson. We are currently looking for singers and there will be no audition, however we will be looking to attain a high level of performance. We meet on Monday evenings, 6.30 - 8.30 pm, starting January 2010. Our first concert in May 2010, will be an all Mozart programme featuring the Requiem.

  • Co-op Ladies Choir, Ipswich, Suffolk The Co-op Ladies Choir have been in existence for over 50 years.  We perform regularly at various events including Ipswich Music Day, Ipswich Arts Association lunchtime concerts, weddings, social clubs and charity events. Our membership is comprised of ladies who have been involved with local amateur dramatic groups, local theatre productions, and music festivals.  We perform a variety of music including:- Classical, musicals, chart hits and religous items.  

  • Cool and the Cucumbers, Bracknell, Berkshire e-mail only: contact: CoolAndTheCucumbersChoir@gmail.com Monday afternoon regional choir for John Lewis Partnership Bracknell Head Office.

  • Cr ABC Aberystwyth, Wales Cr ABC is a mixed choir based in Aberystwyth. The choir sings together regularly in rehearsals, concerts, and competitions, as well as being a sociable community. In recent years, the choir’s repertoire has extended from well-known Welsh classics to include music by a range of living composers, as well as new pieces commissioned by the choir, a move which has gained the choir a new audience and increasing recognition in competitions.

    Future plans include concerts, competitions and further commissions. The choir is very friendly and approachable, and is always pleased to welcome new members.

  • Cr Aberteifi, the Cardigan Choir Formed early in 2016 with the aim of promoting choral music in the Teifi area. We meet every Monday evening from 7pm to 9pm (with a break for tea/coffee and chat!) in Capel Mair in Cardigan. If you would like to sing with Cr Aberteifi, you would be most welcome. We don't do auditions! Please speak to any member of the choir, or email info@cor-aberteifi.org, or just come along on a Monday evening.

  • Cr Alaw, Colwyn Bay. Wales "Melody Choir" - choir (SATB) pupils and friends of parents and former pupils existing Ysgol Bod Alaw, Colwyn Bay.

  • Cr Alaw'r y Fennai, Menai Bridge, Wales e-mail only: contact: cor.alawr.fenai@gmail.com Regional choir at Waitrose Menai Bridge. It's name means "melody of Menai"

  • Cr Bro Ogwr ,Bridgend With 85 singing members this choir is in its 15th year and is on eof the most successful choirs in Wales. The choir rehearses on Wednesday evenings and performs three concerts a year as well as touring every two to three years. Recent tours have included Russia and America.

  • Cr Caerdydd A mixed choir of about 65 members based in Cardiff.  Formed in 1992, it has won at the National Eisteddfod ten times, has performed at the BBC Proms at the Royal Albert Hall, the Royal Festival Hall, Wales Millennium Centre and given concerts in Paris, Italy and northern Spain.  Rehearses every Wednesday evening.

  • Cr Cochion Caerdydd (Cardiff Reds Choir) Since 1983, we in Cr Cochion Caerdydd (Cardiff Reds Choir), have raised our voices in song, campaigning for peace, freedom and justice. We have collected many thousands of pounds to support people struggling for basic rights both at home and abroad.

  • Cr Cardi-Gan, Ceredigion, Wales The Choir came into existence when a group of 40 young ( ish!) adults from all over Ceredigion, met for the first time at Theatr Felinfach, Ceredigion on the 29th September 1999 The choir is a non competitive choir which has  developed a very active social life! With fifty members it continues to go from strength to strength and who knows what the future might hold!

  • Cr Cei - New Quay, Wales Cor Cei, New Quay Community Choir, is open to all, without audition, and welcomes members aged 14 years and upwards. The choir, which started in 2012, sings in English and Welsh, with a broad repertoire which, so far, has included English and Welsh folk music, Music Hall, popular song and spirituals. The choir meets on Monday nights at 7.30pm in New Quay Church Hall, Rectory Square, New Quay

  • Cr CF1, Cardiff, Wales CF1 is one of Wales’ most successful choirs. Since its inception as an ‘Aelwyd’ in 2002, the choir’s successes include many first prizes in the Urdd Eisteddfod and the National Eisteddfod of Wales. For many years, the choir and its members have matured into a mixed voice choir. And the successes just keep on coming; winning in the National Eisteddfod, Eisteddfod Pontrhydfendigaid, Cheltenham Choral Festival and North Wales Choral Festival. The choir also won the mixed choir category in the Cr Cymru competition in 2013, and to top it all, winning the National Choir of the Year competition in 2014.

  • Cr Cilcain, Cilcain, Flintshire, North Wales Formed in 1998, the choir is a mixed voice social group of some 20 singers. We support the local community by singing at the Cilcain Community Cafe, at Church and Chapel services and by leading Christmas Carols in the pub! We also take part in more formal concerts and musical events throughout the year, such as the famous Cilcain Music Festival (Gwyl Cilcain). We sing at weddings, christenings, fetes and other events by invitation. This is basically an amateur group, singing SATB, for enjoyment and entertainment - but above all it is fun.

  • Cr Curiad, LLanelli, South Wales A Ladies choir founded in 1995. The Choir is led by an outstanding young Musical Team, the baton in the talented and capable hands of Alex Esney-Davies, and accompanied by the very accomplished and talented Craig Oldham. Craig joined Cr Curiad early in 2016 bravely being the only man in the choir!

  • Cr Cwmann a’r Cylch The choir was set up during the 1963-64 winter in response to a request for participants in a local talent evening to be held at the end of January 1964. Most of the members at that time came from the Cwmann area but such was the enthusiasm and the fun enjoyed that evening that it was decided to continue.  Soon news of the choir formation spread in the area and others from surrounding districts joined.  It was then decided to call the choir Cwmann and District Male Choir.  The choir practised in Bethel vestry and at Coedmor School.  Brondeifi vestry was also used occasionally but over the years the vestry of  Soar Chapel in Lampeter became the main practise venue. 

  • Cor Cymraeg, Coventry, Warwickshire Welcome to Cr Cymraeg Coventry, a Welsh choir based in Coventry. At present we are a male voice choir only but we welcome new members of any voice and will vary our repertoire accordingly.

  • Cr Cymysg Dyffryn Conwy, North Wales (Conwy Valley Mixed Choir) Established in  October 2004 with the intention of singing oratorio for Christmas and Easter 2004 Conducted by Trystan Lewis (who is also MD of Maelgwn Male Voice Choir)

  • Cr Dathlu Cwmtawe, Powys, Wales The Choir formally came into existence in November 2011, but has been evolving since May 2010 when a group of choristers under the leadership of Conway Morgan visited the area around Scranton, Pennsylvania to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the local St. David’s Society. 2011 marked the 150th anniversary of the building of St. Cynog’s Church in Ystradgynlais, and the touring group and others were invited to give two concerts to celebrate the occasion, and to help raise money for the maintenance of the building. It is this Choir which has become Cr Dathlu Cwmtawe Male Choir.

  • Cr Dre, Caernarfon, Gwynedd Dre Choir in Caernarfon was established in 2007 by a group of local young people. Since then we have competed and won numerous awards in local Eisteddfodau, National Eisteddfod of Wales and the Celtic Festival. 2017 is already a busy year for the choir, as we compete in semi-final of the Welsh Choir, and our hard work in new CD recording in a sound Studio to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the formation of the choir.
    We practice every Thursday night in Salem Chapel, vestry Caernarfon at 7.30 pm and there is a welcome to new members at all times!

  • Cor Dyfed, Pembrokeshire, West Wales Dyfed Choir is a mixed choir that was founded in 1967. The Dyfed Choir has provided great musical experiences for both audiences and performers alike since it was founded in 1967. Each year the Choir performs about five concerts, many in St Davids Cathedral in Pembrokeshire. The organist and choir master at St Davids Cathedral, Daniel Cook, is also now Music Director of The Dyfed Choir.
  • Cr Eifionydd, Wales. Formed in January 1986 to compete in the 1987 National Eisteddfod at Porthmadog. Since then many first prizes have been awarded to the choir in the National Eisteddfod, the most recent of which was in 1999 in Anglesey.  Over the years the choir has been very supportive of the smaller local eisteddfodau, and have held concerts towards local charities.

  • Cr Glanaethwy, Bangor, Wales the 162 member choir in the @BGT 2015 competition

  • Cor Godre'r Aran, Wales

  • Cr Godre’r Garth,  Pontypridd, Wales Cr Godre'r Garth is a mixed choir of 60 members based in Efail Isaf, Pontypridd. Our name means "The choir from the foothills of the Garth Mountain”. The choir was formed in 1974 with its main priority being to re-establish the Welsh language in the Pontypridd area.It successfully competes in the National Eisteddfod choral competitions.

  • Cr Llanfabon, Nelson, South Wales e-mail only: contact: corllanfabon@hotmail.co.uk We are a choir of ladies between the age of 16 and 75 and welcome new members particularly ladies with enthusiasm.

  • Cr Llanpumsaint a'r Cylch (Llanpumsaint and District Choir), Carmarthenshire, Wales Cr Llanpumsaint a’r Cylch is a mixed voice choir. The Choir was officially formed in October 1979 with around 25 members from the Llanpumsaint area. Since then the Choir has grown and now has around 60 members who come from a wide area. For some years we have been rehearsing every Thursday evening in Cynnwyl Elfed Community Hall.

  • Cr Llunsain, Borough, London A young, sociable female choir with Welsh connections, based in London. We have performed at the Houses of Parliament and on live television. No auditions necessary, rehearsals Monday nights in Borough.

  • Cr  Meibion Aberhonddu a'r Cylch The Choir practises every Friday evening in Llanfaes School Hall commencing at 7.00 p.m. You are most welcome to come along and listen to the Choir rehearsing.

  • Cr Meibion Aberystwyth Male Voice Choir The Choir was first formed in 1962 as Aberystwyth Post Office Gleemen under the direction of James Morse. The choir has travelled widely over the years with tours in Europe, United States and Canada besides engagements throughout Wales and England. Our concert venues have varied from village halls to national auditoria and great cathedrals. In the Eisteddfod field we have won two National first prizes plus several seconds and others.

  • Cor Meibion Arudwy, Harlech, Gwynedd, Wales The choir was formed in 1953. Members come from within a circle of 10 miles of Harlech area where the Welsh language continues to be the majority of residents. They are often local concerts and have raised thousands of pounds for good causes over the years.

  • Cor Meibion Bro Aled, Llansannan, Wales
    Cr Meibion Caerfyrddin /Carmarthen Male Voice Choir The Carmarthen Male Voice Choir has been an integral part of the music scene in Carmarthen and its neighbouring villages for over half a century and, during that time, has travelled widely to such countries as Brittany, Germany, Holland and Canada. Although the choir plays an important role in supporting charitable causes, it has also found time to compete in Eisteddfodau and was successful in winning the primary award in its class at the Swansea National Eisteddfod. The choristers, the majority of whom have Welsh as their first language, are amateurs and represent a good cross section of occupations and professions. Their unifying factor is their love of singing.

  • Cr Meibion Caerwys, Fllintshire, North Wales The Choir is one of the newest and possibly youngest in Wales, having been formed in 2000. We specialise in Welsh choral music but do have a widening repertoire with many traditional songs included. The Choir consists of some 34 members and we do see ourselves as being in our ascendancy with a regular list of engagements.

  • Cr Meibion Colwyn, North Wales Cr Meibion Colwyn is proud of its long history recognising that there has been a choir in its home village of Colwyn since the 1890′s. Welsh is its first language however its rehearsals are held in both the medium of English with a good content of Welsh conversation. This is so as not to exclude our non Welsh speaking members but to also give them the ‘Welshness’ of the choir and opportunity to get to learn the language at the same time.

  • Cr Meibion Cwn Garw, South Wales We are a Welsh Male Voice Choir situated in The Garw Valley in South Wales. We currently have about 30 voices, down from a peak of about 45.  Last year, a typical year, we sang at 4 weddings, and 17 various charity, local community and church events. We hold a concert in aid of the British Legion Poppy Appeal each year, this year with the band of The Royal Corps of Signals, attended by the local M.P. and the Mayor of the County Borough of Bridgend.

  • Cr Meibion Cwm

  • Cr Mebion Cwm Rhondda A Welsh MVC of 26 experienced singers, with repertoire from Welsh Male Choir standards to arrangements of modern musicals and ballads

  • Cr Mebion De Cymru (The South Wales Male Choir) Patron, HRH The Prince of Wales. It's the largest Welsh choir, formed in 1982 to bring together male singers from every valley & coastal plain in S, SE & SW Wales, plus exiles. The South Wales Male Choir’s ethos can be summed up by its original piano accompanist Bryan Davies, who said, “Music is a serious business, but it’s got to be fun”. Three loud ‘Amens’ to that!

  • Cr Mebion Dolgellau a'r Cylch (Dolgellau and District Male Voice Choir) There was a very successful male voice choir in Dolgellau in the middle of the twentieth century, but sadly that came to an end in the early 1970s. The present choir was formed at the beginning of 1986. The original intention was to form a small singing party which would entertain at social functions, old people's homes etc. but there was so much interest that a choir had to be formed. Good-natured fun and community spirit are hallmarks of the choir.

  • Cr Mebion Dowlais, Mid-Glamorgan 80+ voice the present choir was formed in 1965. It was a rebirth as the original Male Choir disbanded in 1927 at the height of the depression when so many men were forced to leave the area to find work. 

  • Cr Meibion Dyffryn Aman Cr Meibion Dyffryn Aman (The Amman Valley Male Voice Choir) was established in 1990 by a group of friends who enjoyed singing together and thought it was about time that there should be a male voice choir in the area. The current membership of 45 choristers is drawn from the many towns and villages of the Amman Valley. The choir has performed in over 270 concerts at venues all over the Britain and has travelled to Ireland, France, the Netherlands and, most recently, Belgium to sing. Over the years we have helped to raise many thousands of pounds for worthy causes. Our repertoire is extensive and varied ranging from operatic choruses to the pop songs of the 21st Century.

  • Cr Meibion Dyffryn Peris, Llanberis, Gwynedd The Dyffryn Peris Male Voice Choir is acknowledged by now as one of North Wales' most popular small choirs. Since its establishment in 1990, requests for its service have been numerous, not only in Wales, but over the border and beyond. During its relatively short existence the choir has travelled to France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Brittany and Spain

  • Cr Meibion Dyffryn Twyi

  • Cr Mebion Froncysylte, Clwyd Welsh Male Voice Choir of about 60 voices formed in 1947. Froncysyllte (pronounced vron-cuss-ulth tay) is a small village at the eastern entrance to the Vale of Llangollen. Set in beautiful countryside in the Northeast corner of Wales it would be "just another village" if Thomas Telford had not built his famous aqueduct to carry the Llangollen Canal across the River Dee. Thousands of visitors come each year to marvel at his engineering skills and the groundbreaking work of the local iron foundries 200 years ago that made the project possible.

  • Cr Meibion Gyrlais email only: contact: fiddleman@sky.com

  • Cr Mebion Llandybie Llandybie is one of the largest villages in Wales, situated on the perimeter of the anthracite coal field and incorporating one of the largest Lime quarries in Europe. Llandybie Male Voice Choir was formed in 1908 and was one of the first Male Voice choirs in Carmarthenshire, Wales, UK. At its inception the choir was formed mainly of employees of the local lime firms and collieries. Choir membership now consists of people of all professions, including Accountants, Bank Staff, Engineers, Police Officers, Teachers and others from all walks of life.

  • Cr Mebion Llanelli Male Voice Choir They've sung in Germany, Canada, USA, France, Australia & New Zealand

  • Cr Meibion Machynlleth A newly established male voice choir based in Machynlleth.

  • Cor Meibion Maelgwn, Llandudno, N Wales The choir takes its name from King Maelgwn Gwynedd who lived in Deganwy Castle, located between Llandudno and Conwy. It is said that the first eisteddfod was held at Deganwy under the auspices of Maelgwn Gwynedd and tradition has it that Maelgwn favoured the bards as opposed to the musicians and competing artists were obliged to swim back and fore across the river Conwy. The bards won because the musician’s instruments were destroyed by the water! The objectives of the choir is to foster and promote the education of the general public in the appreciation of music in all its aspects and to co-operate with local authorities, educational institutions and cultural societies relating to the practice, presentation and study of music, in order to promote better and wide spread performance of male choral work.

  • Cor Meibion Maesteg a’r Cylch The Llynfi Valley has a long tradition of Male Voice Choirs and Cr Meibion Maesteg a’r Cylch (Maesteg and District Male Choir) is proud to uphold this tradition. Since its inception in 1974 the Choir has given immense musical pleasure to thousands of people at home and abroad, as well as raising a tremendous amount of money for charity. From Milford Haven to Reading and from Maesteg to Mid Wales, the Choir are still travelling the country giving concerts in aid of charitable events. Some of our concerts are return visits to venues requested by the organisers, some are friends for over 10 years.

  • Cr Meibion Morlais, Ferndale, Mid-Glamorgan an experienced 35-strong choir who have toured extensively in Europe and the US

  • Cr Meibion Mynydd Mawr Choir practices are held from 7pm to 9pm on Monday nights in Bethesda Chapel Vestry, Bethesda Road, Tumble with additional practices on Thursday nights as and when necessary. If you are interested in joining the choir please come along to a practice. You will have a very warm welcome from us all.

  • Cor Meibion Mynyddislwyn, Monmouthshire, Wales We have enjoyed singing and performing for over 45 years and currently have around 40 members. Supporters and new members can always expect a warm welcome.

  • Cr Meibion Penybontfawr Male Voice Choir, Montgomeryshire Here, in 1951 under the original  title  “Cor Meibion Barrog”, named after the stream that joins the river Tanat in the village, 12 singers, under the leadership of a talented local farmer Mr Spuriel Evans and his wife, he the conductor and she the accompanist, formed the foundation of Cor Meibion Penybonfawr  which now has just over 40 members.  Our current conductor is Miss Rhonwen Jones, a native of Llandderfel Nr. Bala, took up the leadership at Easter 2012.

  • Cr Mebion Porthcawl Male Choir The choir was formed in 1980 and now consists of some 45 members. Our aims include entertaining audiences through our concerts, supporting charities, promoting Porthcawl and the country of Wales and bringing fraternity and enjoyment to our members.

  • Cr Mebion Pontypridd Male Choir It all started in the Pontypridd educational settlement on the 29th November 1949, when a small gathering of 19 men met with a view of forming a choir. The decision was taken and the choir formed with the title of "The Pontypridd Educational Settlement Male Choir". Mr. Gwilym T Jones was appointed conductor and miss Agnes Wilson accompanist.

  • Cor Meibion Rhosllangerchrugg (Rhos Male Voice Choir) Wrexham, North Wales Music, especially choral singing, has always played a prominent part in the life of the village of Rhos. It boasts one mixed choir, a musical theatre society, a drama society, two large male voice choirs and a female choir. Singing, to the people of Rhos, is very important. Rhosllanerchrugog is a village of about 9,000 inhabitants situated on a hilltop overlooking the beautiful Vale of Maelor in North East Wales. The village of Rhos remains a vigorous Welsh community.

  • Cr Meibion Taf Cr Meibion Taf was formed in 2004 by Rob Nicholls when around twenty men gathered in Tabernacle Chapel, The Hayes, Cardiff, with the intention of establishing a Welsh medium Male Choir in the capital city. Since its inception, the choir has grown to include over seventy members, with many of the original crew remaining within its ranks.

  • Cr Meibion Trelawnyd, Rhyl, Denbighshire The largest N. Wales choir, with 103 singers who are highly successful in both competitive and charity concerts.

  • Cr Meibion Y Brythoniaid Male Voice Choir The Brythoniaid Male Voice Choir is the largest of two Male Voice Choirs in Blaenau Ffestiniog and rehearse weekly on Thursdays in the main Hall of Ysgol y Moelwyn, Blaenau Ffestiniog

  • Cr Meibion Y Foel, Anglesey, North Wales The Foel Male Voice Choir was formed by Gres Pritchard to participate in the Millennium Christmas Concert at Capel Ifan, Llannerch y medd. Following the success of the concert, it was decided in 2001 to form a choir to compete in the Anglesey Eisteddfod, which was to be held in Llannerch y medd. Llannerch y medd is an ancient marketing town situated on the Foel hill, which has lent its name to the Choir. The Choir is based at the the local school room at Capel Ifan and members travel from all over Anglesey to meet for rehearsals every Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.

  • Cr Meibion Y Traeth Male Voice Choir, North Wales Founded in 1969 in order to compete at the Anglesey Eisteddfod which was held that year in Bro Goronwy, near Benllech, where many of the members lived. Initially rehearsals were held at the Pentraeth Primary School, translated means “beach head”, the Choir therefore, unlike most Welsh choirs, takes its name not from a town or village, but from the word “traeth” meaning “beach”.

  • Cr Merched Cana-Mi-Gei, Gwynedd, Wales Ladies Choir 'Cana piggy bank' was formed in early summer of 2010, and the girls are singing a mix of traditional and contemporary pieces. With about 30 members now, the leader is Ann Jones, formerly of Harlech, and the accompanist is Elin Williams, Talsarnau (Faeldref sooner). Many of the members of the Ardudwy and others come from Porthmadog and Tremadog. The choir has sung in numerous concerts - at Harlech, Ysgol Ardudwy, Hall Valley, Flower Festival opens at lunch to St Peter's Church, Lampeter. The women meet every Tuesday night at Neuadd Talsarnau at 8.00pm.

  • Cr Merched Canna, Canton, Cardiff, Wales Women's choir practicing in the vestry of Salem, Canton, Cardiff at 7pm on Monday night. Enjoy singing a variety of music in competitions and just for entertainment.

  • Cr Merched Crisma, Cwmann, Lampeter West Wales An SSAA Girls Choir singing in Welsh, located in Cwmann village near Lampeter, West Wales, conducted by Carys Lewis and consists of over 40 members past the age of YFC and Urdd competitions but very young in mind.  As well as holding fund raising concerts locally, the main aim is getting together to have fun and entertain.

  • Cor Merched Cwm Llynfi, Maesteg, South Wales Cor Merched Cwm Llynfi is now in its 27th year. Although the choir is based in Maesteg in the Llynfi Valley, it draws its membership from a wider area. Over the years the choir has performed in  a variety of settings,  including The Chapel of St. Mary Undercroft in the Houses of Parliament, the Millennium Centre in Cardiff and the Grand Pavilion, Porthcawl. On three occasions the choir has attended the London Sangerstevne, an international non-competitive choral festival. Cor Merched Cwm Llynfi has also made regular appearances at "Choirs in the Castle" in Coity.

  • Cor Merched Edeyrnion, Corwen, North Wales Cr Merched Edeyrnion is a Welsh Ladies Choir of fifty voices and was formed in 1979. The members are drawn from villages around and from the market towns of Bala and Corwen in North Wales. Over the years the Choir has enjoyed performing at concerts and competing at numerous festivals. At the National Eisteddfod of Wales it has been triumphant in the Ladies Choral Competition eleven times and in 1992 won the Silver Cup at the prestigious Verona Music Festival in Italy. Very successful choral tours have also been undertaken in Brittany, Germany, Ireland, Catalonia and Barbados.
  • Cor Merched Glannau'r (Gwendraeth Ladies Choir) The Choir meets every Tuesday evening in the Hall at 7.30pm for rehearsals. The Choir sings a variety of songs and styles in Welsh and English. The Choir hold an annual concert at the Village Hall and also perform at many other local venues (Parc Howard, Chapels, Churches, Halls and Care Homes for the Elderly). In 2009 they were asked to sing at their first wedding! They have been on several tours including Spain. Their Musical Director is Mrs Margaret Morgan and their Accompanist is Mr Geraint Rees
  • Cor Merched Llantrisant, South Wales Established in 2009, Cor Merched Llantrisant is one of the busiest women’s choirs in south Wales, undertaking concerts all year round. The Choir rehearses once a week in the local workingmen’s clubs and often performs in the locality. With a wide repertoire of varied music to suit all tastes, the Choir remains in popular demand further afield with regular performance along the south coast of England.

  • Cr Merched Maldwyn (Montgomeryshire Ladies Choir) Wales was formed by Chairman Mair O`Gorman and Secretary Gay Roberts in the latter part of 2001, primarily to represent the County by competing in the prestigious 2003 National Eisteddfod when the choir was awarded third place in the Ladies Choral Competition. The choir draws its members from a wide area of Montgomeryshire from Abermule to Llanidloes and Llangurig, from Beguildy and Llanbadarn Fynydd in Radnorshire and even from across the Shropshire border. Concerts are given within these Counties in venues such as Churches, Chapels, Community/Leisure Centres and Village Halls.

  • Cor Merched Tybie, Llandybie, Carmarthenshire A local Ladies Choir based in Llandybie, Carmarthenshire. We sing a wide range of songs from hymns to West End Musical hits. Our repertoire also includes classical, jazz and pop songs. We meet every Wednesday evening at Llandybie Memorial Hall at 7pm. Regularly perform locally and further afield, providing free performances for local care homes/hospitals.

  • Cr Persain, Llandybie, Dyfed,West Wales Persain is a ladies’ choir based in Carmarthenshire,  West Wales.  Members enjoy coming together to make music, to have fun and to assist charitable causes. Since forming in 2000, the choir has flourished and is now a thriving group of over twenty six singers. We are proud of our diverse membership and welcome everyone, from complete beginners to experienced choristers.  

  • Cr Rhosyn, Neslon, Mid Glamorgan We are a welcoming, friendly female choir based in Nelson, South Wales. We sing a range of music from Oklahoma to Adele and you don't need any experience to join. There are no auditions and you don't need to be able to read music - just come along, join in and have a good time

  • Cr Rhuthun, Denbighshire, North Wales A Welsh mixed choir with over 50 members led by composer Robat Arwyn. Established in 1981, the choir are prizewinners at the National Eisteddfod of Wales, Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod and Sligo Choral Festival, and perform a varied programme of classical and contemporary work. CDs include Atgof o'r Ser with Bryn Terfel and Fflur Wyn.

  • Cr Ser Caerdydd, Cardiff, Wales: e-mail only: contact CorSerCaerdydd@gmail.com Regional Choir of the John Lewis Partnership

  • Cr Serenata, Port Talbot, Wales: e-mail only: contact Kerry Joshua A new and exciting group of 40 ladies. aged between 16 and 65, new member always welcome

  • Cr y Dreigiau, Pontypool, South Wales (Newport Gwent Dragons Choir) In the summer of 2006, a call went out for supporters of our 4 regions of rugby. Could you sing in support for your region? Over 80 people answered the call for Newport Gwent Dragons, for the new S4C reality show Codi Canu. Under the guidance of Choir Masters Cefin and Rhian Roberts and Tim Rhys-Evans the Dragons Choir rehearsed for months in the hope of winning the ultimate prize, to sing our National Anthem at the Wales vs England match at the Millennium Stadium. For months the supporters battled through obstacles facing them, many choir members learning new skills and others dusting off old skills that hadn't been used since their school days. On 17th March, 2007, Cor y Dreigiau sang their hearts out for their region, winning the competition and sang with pride our National Anthem in front of a capacity crowd of over 70,000 people. We also sing at festivals, weddings, concerts and much more
  • Cr y Gyrlais, Cwmtwrch, South Wales Cr Y Gyrlais was born out of a small group of friends who formed themselves into an entertainment and singing group from the upper Swansea valley in the late 1950's to early 1960's. They started out by performing at local institutions and charities. Such was there success and enthusiasm that in 1963 a new male voice choir was formed and 'Cr Y Gyrlais' was officially born. It was decided to take the name of the choir from a small tributary of the River Tawe where it joins near to the town of Ystradgynlais, known as the 'Gyrlais'. It was from here that 'Cr Y Gyrlais' (Gyrlais Choir) was adopted. The choir continues to meet in nearby Cwmtwrch Uchaf for choir practice twice a week.

  • Cr y Penrhyn, North Wales The Penrhyn Male Voice Choir is based in the old quarrying village of Bethesda in North West Wales. The village is situated in the Ogwen Valley in the Snowdonia National Park, some ten miles from the sea and the university city of Bangor. The Penrhyn slate quarry used to employ 3000 men providing roofing slate which was exported to most countries in the world. Automation has brought that number down to 300. The area is one of the strongholds of the Welsh language, the most widely spoken of the Celtic languages and one of the oldest European languages.

  • Cor Y Wiber, West Wales Cr y Wiber is a vibrant, young female choir from Newcastle Emlyn, West Wales. Since its founding in 2010 it has gone from strength to strength, winning Cr Cymru (2013), the female choir category at the National Eisteddfod (2012 & 2014), and the choir up to 35 in number at the Denbighshire & District National Eisteddfod 2013.

  • Corby Male Voice Choir, Corby, Northamptonshire The Choir have a regular membership in excess of 50 and are always happy to welcome new members and we guarantee a warm and friendly welcome. Previous choral experience or the ability to read music is not necessary. We practice hard and the sense of achievement more than justifies the effort. We are a member of the National Association of Choirs. We promote the name of our town of Corby, Northamptonshire as we travel nationally and internationally to perform.

  • Corby Childrens Gospel Choir, Northamptonshire 

  • Cordydd Choir, Cardiff, Wales Welcome to the website of Crdydd, Wales’ premier mixed voice choir, and winners of the prestigious Choir of the Festival prize at the National Eisteddfod in 2012 and 2013. The last year has been one of the busiest in the choir’s history with a grand concert at Y Tabernacl Church, Cardiff – part of our preparations before travelling to New York City end of March. The choir travelled across the pond to New York, along with our honorary president and world renowned composer, Paul Mealor, in order to hold a concert at the city’s Carnegie Hall, together with the talented harpist, Gwenllian Llŷr. As well as the concert, we were also invited to be part of the Welsh Congregation of New York’s Cymanfa Ganu, of which it was a pleasure to be a part of. Throughout the year, Cordydd were also successful whilst competing at Gwyl Fawr Aberteifi (Cardigan), winning the mixed choir competition, as well as taking the title of Choir of the Festival. The choir also won the mixed choir, between 20 and 45 in number at the Carmarthenshire National Eisteddfod in Llanelli.

    Cardiff An 80-strong choir formed to encourage young people in the Cardiff area, and singing to audiences of around 500

  • Cornwall Cambiata Thrown by the changes in their voices, boys entering their teenage years are often reluctant to sing. Cambiata means emerging voice and this project is all about showing young men the potential of their voices at this point in their lives.

  • Cornwall Community Choir Cornwall Community Choir started in July 2009. The ultimate aim was to get people singing in a network of community based choirs throughout the county. If you enjoy singing - CCC is the choir for you. Unlike many community choirs, Cornwall Community Choir is very different in that it has a full time professional musician conducting it, with professional accompanists. We don't teach people to learn music "by ear" - we provide singers with music and encourage people to pick up basic music reading skills as they go along***Although we encourage people to learn some pieces from memory, we don't have a problem if someone finds this difficult and needs to use words or music as an aide memoire!

  • Cornwall Symphony Chorus One of the largest mixed voice choirs in the West Country, is  based in mid-Cornwall , and draws over 160 members from Penzance to Liskeard. The repertoire spreads across all aspects of music and includes classical, oratorio, showstoppers, opera, blues, folk music and jazz.

  • Coro, London Coro was formed in September 2000 as a London-based chamber choir for experienced singers dedicated to performing a broad range of choral music to the highest standard. Since its inception Coro has undertaken a number of UK and international tours and has successfully participated in many European choral competitions.

  • Coro Cantabile, Torfaen, South Wales The choir was formed in 1959 by Mrs Dorothy Adams Jeremiah, at that time the music coordinator for Monmouthshire, who drew young women and girls from a wide area to form the Dorothy Adams Singers. This started as a small group of a dozen ladies who formed a madrigal group. The choir later evolved into a mixed choir. The choir chose to change its name to Coro Cantabile in 2000 and is now conducted by Andrew Jones, Head of Music at West Mon School and boasts a fine accompanist in Gaynor Smith. There are 25-30 choristers who, as in the original choir, come together from all corners of Monmouthshire as well as Newport and Cardiff to enjoy singing together.

  • Coro Cervantes, London Coro Cervantes is a unique chamber choir.  Through its performances and recordings it aims to bring the music of Iberia and Latin America to audiences everywhere

  • . Founded by its director Carlos Fernndez Aransay under the auspices of the Instituto Cervantes in London, Coro Cervantes made its first public appearance at the Spanish Embassy in 1996
  • Coro Nostro Chamber Choir, Leicester Mixed (mostly young!) choir of around 30 singers. Sacred and profane pert-songs and polyphony from middle ages to present; 3 motets commissioned in the last few years; European premire in Dec. 2006 of American Prof. Frank La Rocca's 'O Magnum Mysterium' with the composer present from California. Organ anthems from the Anglican and Catholic traditions. Visit our website for future concerts, to read what the public say about us, hear our live recordings, and to contact us.

  • Coro Nuovo, Haywards Heath, Sussex. Coro Nuovo was started in 2012 by Catherine Kent and Andrew Rees.  It is a choir of about 50 singers who are looking to sing something other than the large familiar choral works. It consists of top singers from top choirs in and around Sussex.  The choir meets occasionally – no weekly note-bashing – when they experiment with smaller works which have a subtlety of content, harmony and expression.

  • Coro Stellante, Norfolk Coro Stellante is a choir of 30 female voices formed in 2010 by Michael Kibblewhite to explore the wealth of world music arranged for the female voice from the Renaissance to the present day. Based in Norfolk they perform 3 or 4 times a year to a growing appreciative audience and increasingly enthusiastic reviews.

  • Corvedale Choir, South Shropshire The choir was founded by our Musical Director in February 2010. It consists of singers both experienced and inexperienced from in, and around, the Corvedale villages within South Shropshire. We are about thirty five members strong and give our own concerts, or as an invited choir supporting other functions and events. We sing a wide variety of music some of which is listed on our web site. The choir is more than happy to come and sing for you free of charge if all your proceeds are donated to a charity.

  • Costanzi Consort, Weston Super Mare, Somerset Costanzi Consort is a new chamber choir for singers in North Somerset and Bristol. We specialise in performing beautiful unexplored early music to a very high standard

  • Coton Harmonia Singers, Cambridgeshire Fun unauditioned women's choir singing pop, musicals, folk, world and light classics. Tuesdays 7.45-9.15pm Coton Primary School. 

  • Coton Harmonia Youth Singers, Cambridgeshire This group now rehearses at Coton Primary School on Thursdays after school and is open to year 2-6. We wear our fabulous brightly coloured Harmonia t-shirts for concerts along with black/grey trousers and black shoes.  

  • Cotswold Male Voice Choir, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire The origins of The Cotswold Male Voice Choir, from Cheltenham in Gloucestershire, date back to May 1949 when a group of employees from Smiths Industries in Bishops Cleeve, near Cheltenham, met one lunchtime and decided to form a male voice choir.  So was born Smiths Industries (Aviation Division) Male Voice Choir, part of Smiths Industries Sports and Social Club. Choristers are drawn from a radius of some 25 miles of Cheltenham. In addition to weddings, charity and corporate events, The Cotswold Male Voice Choir has enjoyed performing extensively throughout Gloucestershire and many other towns and villages in the U.K, as well as tours to France, Germany, Holland and Ireland. They have sung at numerous concerts, and in a variety of venues, from Village and Church Halls, to the Birmingham Symphony Hall and the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, to Gloucester and Wells Cathedrals. Having toured to Annecy in the French Alps in 2006, this year the Choir will be singing in Cornwall, South Wales and York.  At the invitation of the Mayor of York, in April they will hold a charity concert in York's Guildhall and will also sing during the Sunday Service in York Cathedral.  In August, the Choir will be singing with the English Symphony Orchestra at the Three Counties Festival in Malvern. For further information view the Choir website at www.cotswoldmvc.org

  • Cottingham Singers, East Yorkshire The Cottingham Singers is a mixed, four part choir which sings a variety of choral pieces. These range from Operatic and Classical pieces to Folk songs from around the world, songs from Musical Theatre, Spirituals, Popular music favourites and of course, Carols at Christmas. The Choir performs at venues around East Yorkshire throughout the year, and holds two concerts at Bricknell Avenue Methodist Church every year. The Summer Concert and the Christmas Carol Concert are always enjoyable and well attended.

  • Cottontown Chorus, Bolton, Lancashire Barbershop in Bolton began in 1975, when four men from the local church choir decided to 'give it a go!' Together, they were known as The Four Strops. The quartet sang mainly for their own amusement and entertainment, occasionally getting invitations to sing-outs. Soon after their formation, other church members became interested. Soon, from the quartet, came the foundations of a chorus.

  • CounterPoynt Ladies Choir, Poynton, Cheshire A ladies choir of 50 that meets Monday evenings, 7.30 - 9.00pm at St Martin's Church, Shrigley Road North, Higher Poynton

  • Courage Choir, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire A non- auditioning ladies choir for funky women who love singing, having a laugh and working towards a goal. We welcome singers of any age and standard to perform contemporary music, jazz, soul, musicals, gospel, classical and everything else that sounds beautiful and is inspiring. No experience necessary, just enthusiasm! Wednesdays 7.45pm-8.45pm at Christ Church School, Bradford on Avon. 5 a week or 50 for twelve sessions - First trial session is free! 

  • Coventry Cathedral Chorus, Warwickshire Coventry Cathedral Chorus was formed in 1963 shortly after the consecration of the new Coventry Cathedral and is regarded as one of the UK’s leading choral societies. From its formation until September 2017 the choir was known as Saint Michael’s Singers, taking its name from the saint to whom the cathedral is dedicated. However, the choir has felt for some time that it would like to be more closely aligned to this iconic building and all it stands for. With its new name the choir will now be instantly recognised for what it is and where it is based. The name change will put the choir more firmly on the musical map, particularly in the English Midlands, where most of its concerts are presented. It will also be more identifiable to a wider audience, both within the UK and beyond.

  • Coventry Philharmonic Choir & Society, Warwickshire The choir was founded in 1943 – a particularly dark time for the city of Coventry, and a time when hope for the future must have been at a premium. Our founding members probably did not imagine that they were starting a Society that would last well into the new millennium. No doubt they focussed on their first concert, and then on the concert after that. But in doing so they founded a tradition of striving for excellence in choral singing, coupled with open access to the Choir for anyone who would enjoy what we do, that succeeding generations have maintained right up to the present day.

  • Coverdale Choir, Culmington, Ludlow, Shropshire Corvedale Choir is a mixed voice community choir who meet to enjoy singing together. They use music but you do not need to be able to read music and it doesn't matter whether you are an experienced singer or if you last sang at school. They sing a variety of music include pop classics, music from the shows and a tiny bit of classical (usually by John Rutter). It's a very friendly choir and they don't take themselves too seriously.

  • Cowbridge Choral Society, Vale of Glamorgan A 60-strong choir from the Vale of Glamorgan; would like to join forces with other choirs

  • Cowbridge Male Voice Choir, Vale of Glamorgan About 80-strong, singing a mixture of Welsh/English, shows, religous, spiritual etc. Recently visited Ontario, Ireland & the Czech Republic

  • Cradley Singers,  Malvern, Hereford. We are a chamber choir directed by Kate Cheetham and erform in the Herefordshire and Worcestershire area (Malvern, Bosbury, Ledbury, Leigh). We rehearse on Wednesdays (term time) at Storridge Village Hall WR13 5 HF at 7.30.

  • Cramlington Community Choir, Northumberland Led by Jane Harland, we are a friendly, informal, mixed choir (about 40 singers) singing together for fun.  We sing a wide range of songs old and new from around the world.  All songs are taught by ear (no need to read music, though notation is provided).  We have singers with a range of experience from beginners to old hands.  We meet Wednesdays 7-9pm in term time. Doxford Methodist Church Hall, Doxford Place, Cramlington NE 23 6DY (7pm for a coffee and a chat and sing from 7.30pm). New members welcome (4 per session).

  • Cranbrook & District Choral Society, Kent 120-strong, with its own professional orchestra, the Cranbrook Sinfonia

  • Cranford Choral Society, Oxfordshire.  We are a friendly, non-auditioned choir based in South Oxfordshire. We perform two or three times a year in churches and other venues in and around Wallingford, Oxfordshire.

  • Cranleigh Choral Society, Cranleigh, Surrey Cranleigh Choral Society produces three concerts (mostly with orchestra) per year, including an annual concert in conjunction with Cranleigh School, a tradition that dates from the 1930s. Director of Music: Marcus Pashley Assistant Director of Music: Toby Moschard. Membership of the society is drawn from Cranleigh and surrounding villages, and as far away as Guildford. We currently have about 75 members and we welcome new members no matter what voice or degree of experience. Rehearsals take place on Monday evenings between 7.45 and 9.45 in the Merriman Music School of Cranleigh School, Horseshoe Lane, Cranleigh.

  • Cranleigh Community Choir, Cranleigh, Surrey Well established and popular community choir running out of Cranleigh Arts Centre on Thursdays, during term times.  The choir does two main concerts per year, plus additional performances in the community.  Choristers don't need to be able to read music and don't have to audition, but they do need to be able to sing in tune and in harmony.  It's great fun and the choir really love the repertoire, which covers folk, pop, soul, r'n'b, soft rock to classical.  Very friendly and lively atmosphere.

  • Cranmer Company of Singers: e-mail only: contact Cranmer Company

  • Craven Arms Men's Chorus, Shropshire Although the choir aims to achieve musical excellence it doesn't aim to enter competitions, but rather enjoy itself (and hope to entertain it's audiences).  It has a number of achievements to it's credit - including winning a cup, singing on radio and television, performing with famous artists like Owen Brannigan and, most importantly raising many thousands of pounds for charitable causes.

  • CREATE (Camden Road Education Arts and Theatre Enterprises) Community Choir, Tunbridge Wells Born out of a community play that happened in Camden road area two and a half years ago. As with the play there are no auditions for the choir, everyone who enjoys singing is welcome. We sing a wide range of music and perform at least 4 times a year.

  • Crediton Community Choir, Devon We meet on Monday evenings 7.30 - 9pm Crediton Congregational Church EX17 3LF

  • Crescendo (Derby Community Choir) Derbyshire. Crescendo is all about having some fun, and singing some great music - music that is more current, and up to date, as well as some musicals, and some great hits from the 70's & 80's! We don't care if you don't think you can sing, read music - this is all about having a good time, with no auditions, no dancing, and no need to be able to read music Crescendo is for anyone aged 16+.

  • Crewe Male Voice Choir, Cheshire Founded in 1957. The Crewe Male Voice Choir  began with 18 members, many from the former Rolls Royce Merlin Singers. The autumn of that year saw their first concert. Now the choir regularly gives 10 - 12 concerts a year. Over the years the choir earned a  reputation for polished performances in a wide range of musical styles. In past years it had considerable success in a number of competitions held at Blackpool, Morecombe, Llandudno, Chester the Wrekin and others. In the U.K. Crewe Male Voice Choir has performed at many venues throughout our home county of Cheshire, Lancashire, Yorkshire, Wales and on the Isle of Wight. Further away the choir has undertaken overseas tours to France, Holland, Belgium and Germany.

  • Crickhowell Choral Society, Powys, South Wales Crickhowell Choral Society was founded in 1981 by a local GP David Hiley who persuaded any of his patients who said they could sing to join him in creating a choir. From this small group, many of whom are still members, a strong society of some 50 to 60 singers has evolved.

  • Crofton Singers, Woodford Green, Essex An amateur chamber choir of about 25 members but we are looking for new voices in all parts. Our repertoire covers a wide range of music, both secular and sacred, from the 16th to the 20th century. We do three major concerts each year, each one raising money for a charity, and in the last three years we have raised about 6,000. But we also enjoy many social events too. Rehearsals are held at Bancroft's School, Woodford Green on Thursday evenings from 8.00 to 10.00 p.m., and are largely held in school term time.

  • Cromwell Singers, Newbury, Berkshire Formed in 1976 by Stanley Kirk to perform a single concert, The Cromwell Singers have become well established in the choral life of the Newbury area. Originally rehearsals took place in the URC Hall in Cromwell Place. When the choir was looking for a name "The Cromwell Singers" seemed very appropriate. The Cromwells decided to continue after their inception and grew to their present size of approximately 50 voices, musical direction given firstly by Stan, followed by  Steven Bowey, Nic Cope, David Wilcox, and presently Rosemary Evans, organist and  musical directory St Mary's Church, Kintbury

  • Crook and Weardale Choral Society, County Durham We are a 60 strong choir singing in the churches and chapels of the Durham Dales following a 100 year tradition  of choral music in North West Durham

  • Cropwell Bishop Singers, Cropwell Bishop, Nottinghamshire. A non-auditioning village choir since 2008.

  • Crosby Capriol Singers, Crosby, Merseyside The choir has about 35 members, and is based in Crosby, just north of Liverpool. Our repertory ranges from music of the 16th century to works of living composers, from major works to more popular programmes. We often invite local young soloists and also professionals to perform with us. We perform about 5 seasonal concerts with a varied programme throughout the year.  We celebrated our 50th anniversary in 2010, and are always happy to welcome prospective new members. Rehearsals are held at Christ Church, Waterloo, on Tuesdays from 7.45 p.m.

  • Crouch End Festival Chorus, North London One of the leading symphony choruses in the country and has gained both national and international recognition. Now in its 24th year, the choir is known for its versatility and eclectic repertoire, promoting its own concerts with music ranging from the traditional classical works to modern and specially commissioned pieces. Recent performances have ranged from Beethoven and Britten to Bernstein and The Beach Boys

  • Crowborough Choral Society, East Sussex The Society was founded in 1967 by the present Musical Director Colin Moore and rehearses on Wednesday evenings during term times at The Herne School, Crowborough. Every year the society promotes two main concerts and a lighter style programme or concert performance of a show in the summer. The Society continues to actively promote a varied range of concerts of music from Baroque, Classical and Romantic periods as well as from the twentieth century, and to work with professional soloists of the highest calibre.

  • Crowthorne Choral Society, Berkshire The Society brings together amateur singers of all four voices to prepare and perform choral concerts with professional orchestras and soloists. Concerts are normally held three times a year. December and March concerts are of the Oratorio type. The June concert is much lighter and includes a buffet supper.

  • Croydon Bach Choir, South London One of the leading amateur choirs in South London, around 80 strong. Repertoire includes sacred and secular music from 16C to 20C, and the choir has commissioned several new pieces

  • Croydon Community Choir, South London Fun, friendly singing with Catherine Pestano and Katie Rose. Songs from around the world to raise your voice and lift your spirits. Enjoy the peace of easy, enjoyable singing without any pressure to perform: no auditions – no solos – no previous musical experience necessary.
  • Croydon SDA Gospel Choir, South London One of the UK's most established & versatile Gospel Choirs. Its musical director, Ken Burton, is a professional international choral composer and conductor.  The Croydon SDA Gospel Choir has enjoyed many years of delivering soul-stirring music on television,radio,recordings, and live performances in a wide variety of venues

  • Croydon Male Voice Choir, South London The Croydon Male Voice Choir has been singing for 35 years. We have nearly 70 members and sing at a venues that range from local halls and churches to the Royal Festival Hall. Our repertoire includes British and American folk song, hit numbers from the great musicals, English and Welsh hymns, American spirituals, classical pieces from opera, and great set pieces such as the Hallelujah Chorus.

  • Croydon Philharmonic Choir, South London A mixed choir of over 100 singers which explores a wide repertoire of music including major choral works of the 18th to 21st century, smaller scale pieces and music from film and opera. Founded in 1914.

  • Crystal Chords, Manchester Ladies Barbershop Harmony Chorus . We are a growing and established a cappella 4-part harmony group with a unique blend and singing style. We entertain at celebrations and support the Manchester community at a variety of functions and events.

  • Crystal Palace Community Choir, London Crystal Palace Community Choir is an open to all choir that sings everything from Beatles to Bach.  No auditions or experience needed, just enthusiasm and a love of singing. We meet every Tuesday in Goodliffe Hall, Highland Road, Crystal Palace, SE19 1DP - 5 minutes from Gipsy Hill Train Station.

  • Cumbernauld Gaelic Choir, Lanarkshire, Scotland Cumbernauld Gaelic Choir was formed in 1969. In the early days many of the original members were Gaelic speaking Highlanders who had moved to Partick and from there to Cumbernauld. These days the choir members are made up of a mixture of Gaelic speakers, Gaelic learners and those who enjoy the music

  • Cumbria Rural Choirs, Cumbria comprises Keswick Choral Society, Wigton Choral Society, Meadow Singers, Gosforth, Solway Singers, Longtown, Ullswater Choir, Penrith and singers from Cockermouth, Kirkby Stephen and St, Bees. Today the choir is one of the largest amateur choirs in the country, with approx 180 voices (SATB) in total.

  • Cumnor Choral Society, Oxford We are a friendly, medium-sized community choir based in West Oxford, now in our 51st season. We normally give two concerts per year. Our repertoire is varied, but is generally within the mainstream of music for mixed SATB chorus. We are usually accompanied in concerts by a chamber orchestra or small instrumental ensemble.

  • Cunninghame Choir, North Ayrshire, Scotland A very friendly and willing amateur choir that likes a challenge. Established in 1978, the choir has performed many of the great choral masterpieces - Handel's Messiah, Mozart's Coronation Mass...plus folk and traditional works from a variety of countries in a variety of languages. We meet on Wednesday evenings at Beith Community Centre (7.30-9.30pm) early September to December and January to May and finish each term with a concert performance with accompanying musicians and soloists.

  • Cupar Choral Society, Fife We are a long established choir of about 75 members.  Willing to tackle anything from classic choral works to modern pieces (sometimes commissioned by us). New members are most welcome (especially tenors!). 

  • Curtain Call Choir, Hove, Sussex A fun based choir singing songs from musicals.

  • Cwmbach Male Choir, Mid-Glamorgan Formed in 1921, it has travelled extensively abroad and in the UK

  • Cwmbran Baroque Singers, Cwmbran, South Wales Formed in 1971, the choir has travelled widely at home and abroad. It has a special relationship with the Madrigalchor of Cwmbran’s twin town, Bruchsal in Germany and has exchanged visits with them on four occasions. The choir, with Prague, Salzburg and St. Petersburg visited so far, regards itself as an international choir, singing in many different styles and many different languages.

  • Cwmbran Male Choir, South Wales Cwmbrn Male Choir was formed in 1964, with many of the original members coming from older choirs in the area.  The choir performs regular concerts throughout the country, mostly for deserving charities, and the choir is also a registered charity. Our repertoire is wide ranging from the serious to the light hearted and includes spirituals, folk songs and choral arrangements of musical songs.The choir has sung in many languages including German, Japanese, Latin, Maori (New Zealand), Portugese, Russian, Spanish, Yiddish, and of course in Welsh.