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  • EAGA Gospel Choir, Leicester A versatile group that is operated under the patronage of the Emmanu--EL Apostolic Church, Leicester. We are a group of people who bear on goal in heart and mind to serve the community of Leicester - nationally and beyond. 

  • Ealing Choral Society, London 85-strong, performing major choral works with professional soloists and orchestral players, in Ealing and elsewhere, including occasionally at the South Bank Centre. The choir has also performed in Germany, France and the Netherlands.

  • Earl Barton Music, Northamptonshire We are a society dedicated to the performance of music of many genres. We exist for our members and their love of music. It is true that we are predominantly a choral society but we have also produced a variety of shows of different styles 

  • Earthly Voices, Esher, Surrey Earthly Voices is a friendly community choir which meets weekly in Esher. We have up to fifty members of all ages and backgrounds, with one thing in common – we all love to sing. We sing a range of unaccompanied (a cappella) four-part songs of all styles from around the world – from Cold Play to Georgian lullabies. Many of the songs we sing are specially arranged by our choir leaders, Gitika and Ali. We meet for choir practice once a week on a Thursday evening, and generally do a summer and a Christmas concert each year. We have the honour of being the only non classical choir to have been asked to perform twice at the Yehudi Menuhin concert hall.

  • Easingwold Singers, Easingwold, York, North Yorkshire A mixed voice choir (SATB) of 45 to 60 singers. There is no audition, but members are expected to learn their music thoroughly! We perform two concerts per season, one at Christmas and the other in May.  Our recent repertoire ranges from Bach to Vivaldi. The aim of the singers is to provide local audiences with good choral music.  Rehearsals take place on Tuesday evenings at Easingwold School.

  • East Bedfordshire Chamber Choir A small chamber choir of 24 singers based in Gt Barford, Bedfordshire who sing a range of material from Baroque to 40's Close Harmony. Conducted by David Beer.

  • East Bedfordshire Youth Choir East Beds Youth Choir is a 3 part harmony auditioned choir and has continued to grow to 40 male and female singers aged 10 – 21 years who either live in East Bedfordshire or attend most local schools, university or work in this of the county. We sing an extremely wide range of songs in Italian, Latin, Swedish, English, Classical, Beatles, Jazz, Pop, Folksongs, Disney, Robbie Williams, Musicals, Christmas, Elton John, Mika, Abba, The Feeling and many, many more!
  • East Bridge Chorale, Littlebourne, Kent In 2009 Benedict Preece was invited to become the organist of Wickhambreaux and Ickham churches, which shared a small choir. In 2010, before Benedict left the post of organist to take up studies in London, a larger choir was formed to perform the Fauré Requiem. This was the start of East Bridge Chorale which, after a year of performing in the local churches to raise funds, became a registered charity community choir, run on the lines of a choral society. The choir is open to anyone who enjoys singing and has over 120 singers on its contact list. We perform three concerts a year in varying venues in East Kent. Our main concert is at the beginning of September so that people who want to keep singing through August can join us from other choral societies which do not rehearse then.
  • East Bristol Chorus A group of singers who simply love to sing. Singing everything from show songs to classical (with a few pop tunes thrown in along the way), we aim to get the most out of music. The Chorus holds local concerts a few times a year, where we can showcase our songs and welcome both men and women of all ages and of any singing ability. No audition is required and the ability t...o read music is not necessary. We just ask that you are enthusiastic towards singing and performing. We particularly need more men!

  • East Cornwall Bach Choir, Liskeard, Cornwall is a community choir of amateur singers, currently about 40 strong, founded in 1965 by James Sargent, then County Music Adviser. It specialises in baroque choral works and performs in local churches, giving about six concerts a year. We also have a Choral Singing Day, which is open to all, when we rehearse a work from scratch followed by an informal performance in the evening
  • East Devon Folk Choir, Sidmouth, Devon East Devon Folk Choir is open to anyone who loves to sing and is a truly welcoming and friendly group.  For adults (16 and up), taking part doesn’t require any auditions and you don’t need to read music (although music is provided for those who like). Our approach to folk music is broad and incorporates songs from around the world as well as those from here in Devon, and also new, more contemporary folk in addition to traditional song.  

  • East Fife Ladies Choir, Kircaldy, Scotland East Fife Ladies Choir was formed in 1960 under the auspices of the Coal Industry Social Welfare Organisation. The first rehearsals were held in Denbeath Miners Welfare Club. The Choir became independent in 1969 when the CISWO was disbanded. We rehearse in Pathhead Parish Church in Kirkcaldy. Our rehearsals will continue to be on a Tuesday evening commencing at 7.15pm. If you enjoy singing please come and join us  - we are currently recruiting for new members for all sections  but particularly Altos!

  • East Fife Male Voice Choir 70-strong with two CDs under its belt, and "having terrific fun working and performing together". They perform locally for good causes, and have toured Tuscany and Umbria
  • East Grinstead Choral Society, W. Sussex A large amateur choir with professional director and accompanist, that performs choral concerts in and around East Grinstead, West Sussex.
  • East Kent Chorus, Ashford The East Kent Chorus is the performing name of the Ashford Barbershop Harmony Club. 

  • East Lancs Clarion Choir, Burnley, Lancashire A community choir open to men and women of all ages and ability.  We usually sing in 3 or 4 part harmony.  Songs are all taught by ear.  There are no auditions and no need to read music.  The choir is about 20 strong and comes from the socialist Clarion tradition, singing in support of local groups with similar values, as well as for the sheer pleasure of singing together.  It's led by Janet Russell.

  • East London Chorus, Stratford, London East London Chorus has been established for over 30 years, giving concerts in East London and central London venues and regularly touring abroad. It is based in Docklands and enjoys close links with the University of East London.

  • East Malling Singers, Kent East Malling Singers is a friendly mixed choir of approximately 90 members that performs a wide variety of sacred and secular music throughout the season.  We perform a minimum of four concerts per year, one of which is a 'Come & Sing' event in which we are joined by soloists and orchestra, as well as guest singers.
  • East of England Singers, Nottingham The Chamber Choir of Nottingham-based Music for Everyone. Formed in 1985, this specialist choir is conducted by Angela Kay and has a great reputation for high quality performances

  • East Oxford Community Choir A small, friendly choir of singers of all standards, rehearsing on Sundays singing mostly classical. No auditions and not all members read music. Each year we do a concert with our twin choir from Grenoble.

  • East Riding County Choir, Beverley, Yorkshire We are a mixed voice choir with aound 140 members. Our musical director is Colin Wright. We perform two concerts annually in Beverley Minster. In the recent past we have sung works by Bach, Handel, Walton, Hummel, Mozart, Sullivan and Bruckner.
  • East Surrey Choral Society Based in Caterham, and with the extra element of coaching in singing techniques, to enhance every singer's potential and improve performance
  • East Sussex Bach Choir, Lewes They have a reputation for high-standard performances of baroque and early classical music, and have performed at Chichester and Wells Cathedrals, and the QEH in London
  • East Sussex Community Choir We are a large, thriving, and friendly (secular) choir that is open to all. Do you enjoy singing? We welcome all new members, whether you have choral experience or have never sung in a choir before. We sing a range of repertoire but don’t worry if you can’t read music – our aim is to sing, perform, and have fun! We meet on Monday evenings during school term times, from 7.30 – 9.30 pm, at the Performing Arts Centre at Sussex Downs College on Mountfield Road in Lewes.

  • Eastbourne Parish Church Choir, East Sussex St Mary's, dating from the eleventh century, is the Civic Church of Eastbourne and is noted for its strong musical tradition. The mixed choir has some 40 regular members of all ages. In addition to singing at St Mary's the choir sings in the local community, at hospitals and  at local hotels at Christmas. Members sing at events organised by the Royal School of Church Music, to which the choir is affiliated, and the Sussex Church Music Foundation. Cathedral visits have taken place to Ely, Worcester, Lichfield, Portsmouth, Southwark, St Paul's and Chichester Cathedrals. New members including children and youth members are always welcome.
  • Eastbourne Rock Choir, E Sussex Rock Choir was started by musician Caroline Redman Lusher in 2005. It pioneered the 'No Audition' and 'No Need to Read Music' approach, and now people all over the UK are enjoying its mix of fun, friendship and community spirit.

  • Eastcote Choral Society, Ruislip, London Established since 1946 as Eastcote and District Combined Choir, with about 60 members from Ruislip, Ickenham, Pinner, Northwood and Harrow areas

  • Eastleigh Fusion Choir, Hampshire We have a diverse repertoire of songs from Spirituals to the Sound of Music, Motown to to classical choral pieces. The main aim is to have fun singing together in harmony.  We meet every Tuesday evening, 7.30pm in central Eastleigh

  • Easton Community Choir, Bristol Established in 2007 and directed by Sheila Tang. A mixed voice choir singing a varied repertoire of songs from pop, Gospel, Folk and World music. A fun and vibrant community choir, open to all. Sings for the pure pleasure of singing together, with occasional performances through the year. Meets weekly on Tuesday evenings, during term time.

  • Eastwood Choral Singers, Glasgow Eastwood Choral Singers were originally formed in 1983 following the coming together of several church choirs from the Eastwood area for ‘Sing to God’ and a Messiah for all’. The aims of the choir include encouraging people of all ages to sing and to involve the local community. As well as the three main concerts in the year, amongst other events members of the choir have been involved in the Paisley Festival and sung in the Silverburn Centre in aid of the Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice.

  • Eastwood Chorale, Southend-on-Sea, Essex A small versatile choir that meet's every Wednesday evening in Eastwood, Essex. The choir performs about 3 concerts each year.  To provide variety for it's members (and audience) these usually alternate between light music such as medleys from shows etc, to more traditional choral music such as Faure's Requiem, Messiah etc.
  • Eastwood Collieries Male Voice Choir, Eastwood, Nottinghamshire Formed in 1920 this 58 member male voice choir has appeared at numerous concerts and festivals including television and radio with equal success and is well known for its musical ability and quality singing.

  • Eau Valley Singers, Scotton, Lincolnshire A local, mixed voice, community choir, formed in the Spring of 2011. The choir represents all parts of the Eau Valley, with members from Scotter, Gainsborough, Kirton in Lindsey and Scotton. We perform locally at weddings, church events and private functions, in addition to our own concerts

  • Ebba Singers, Epsom, Surrey Mixed voice group with 20+ singers, specialising in Weddings, Funerals, Requiems and Memorial Services. Not normally available on Sundays. Organist/Conductor available.

  • Ebbw Fach Choir, Abertillery, Gwent, Wales We are a mixed choir based in Abertillery. We meet at 7.15pm on Tuesdays in Bethany Baptist Church, Six Bells.

  • Ebbw Vale Male Choir (Côr Meíbion Glyn Ebwy), Gwent 40-strong, giving concerts locally and nationally on an expenses-only basis
  • Ebor Singers, York, N Yorkshire A young and exciting chamber vocal ensemble from the York area. The choir's members include past and present students at the Department of Music, the University of York. The choir specialises in seventeenth-century repertoire
  • Eccles Choir, Lancashire e-mail only: contact mapas@scll.co.uk  Rehearsals Wednesday  2.45-4pm at Eccles Library  ( open to all adults) 
  • Echo, London echo is a brand new ensemble made up of 18 young professional singers from across the UK. As a group, echo intends to explore the full range of what ensemble singing means - working both with and without a conductor, including improvisation in each concert and performing music both inside and outside of the Western classical canon. The group came together through Genesis Sixteen, the prestigious Young Artists Scheme run by The Sixteen.
  • Eclectic Voices, Highbury, N. London A choir that challenges preconceived musical boundaries, regularly presenting programmes combining classical, jazz, gospel and world music.
  • Eclipse Choir, Wimbledon, London Eclipse Choir is a new, fun, fresh, performance-driven choir. We're based in South West London and choirs are led by Jim Hawkins. Founded in May 2015. 

  • Eden Blue Rock, Pop & Gospel Choir, Eastbourne, East Sussex Do you have a passion for singing and want to meet new like-minded people? Get the feel good factor and join our growing choir in Old Town, Eastbourne. Suitable for complete beginners and budding professionals. No audition required. Weekly rehearsals and regular performances. Have fun and build your vocal confidence with the Eden Blue Choir.

  • Eden Singers, Cumbria We are a mixed choir of about 56 members drawn from Penrith and the Eden Valley. The Choir’s aim is to provide enjoyment for members and audiences alike by performing a range of sacred and secular music from our extensive repertoire, which stretches from Bach to Bacharach. Any surplus funds are donated at the end of each year to good causes in North-east Cumbria.

  • Edinburgh Bach Choir, Edinburgh, Scotland We are a 90 strong  friendly mixed voice choir who get together on a Tuesday evening to enjoy the thrill of singing in a large mixed voice choir. We perform  3 concerts a year, featuring not just Bach, but  Mozart, Mahler, Britten , Vaughan Williams, Elgar etc.New members always welcome.
  • Edinburgh City Singers, St Cuthbert’s Church, Lothian Road, Edinburgh. Relaxed, friendly, and informal weekly rehearsals. Great mix of people and music. No experience necessary, no auditions, and no pressure! Pay only for the sessions you attend: pay-as-you-go! Pop songs, musicals, folk tunes, Christmas and choral classics. All ages and abilities welcome. Monday’s 7pm – 8.30pm

  • Edinburgh Festival Chorus, Scotland The Edinburgh Festival Chorus is auditioning for new members and there is no better time to join as the Chorus starts to prepare for Festival 2015 celebrating 50 years of singing! The Chorus has performed annually at the Edinburgh International Festival since 1965.

  • Edinburgh Gay Men's Chorus (EGMC). We were established in late 2007 and at the moment have 24 members, and have a diverse programme of songs, from Choral to Show-tunes, and Scottish tunes to Barber-shop.

  • Edinburgh Kevock Choir, Scotland. A mixed-voice choir of around 65 voices, singing a wide variety of music, the choir was founded in 1967, originally from former pupils of Lasswade High School. Nowadays members come from all over the Edinburgh and Lothians area.

  • Edinburgh Police Choir, Edinburgh "This is the most vibrant, upbeat and exciting choir you will encounter. Our performances are described as ‘absolutely incredible’, ‘stunning’, ‘inspiring’, and ‘hugely surprising’. That’s because we work hard to deserve such comments.

  • Edinburgh Popular Music Choir We want to make sure that everyone can take part in the choir, that is why you don't need to have any experience at all! Our choir leaders are qualified singing teachers and will show you the ropes in no time at all! Our choir consists of both male and female members from age 18 right up to 68. We have members who are university students, doctors, shop assistants, unemployed, retired, teachers, directors all to name but a few!

  • Edinburgh Practice Choir, Scotland  We meet at 7.30pm in the upper hall of St Cuthbert’s Parish Church, Lothian Road, Edinburgh. The choir is keen to attract new members of all voices and we would be very pleased to welcome any potential new members – please come along on the 15th or any following Thursday. We will be preparing for a concert of Christmas music to be held on 10th December. We will also be working towards a concert in the spring of 2017 where we will be performing Mendelssohn’s Symphony No 2 ‘Lobgesang’ (Hymn of Praise) in St Mary’s Cathedral.

  • Edinburgh Royal Choral Union An exciting, ambitious SATB choir of around 140 members performing three main concerts a year.  We are choir in residence at Edinburgh’s Usher Hall and work regularly with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra120-strong. Founded in 1858, they gave the Scottish premieres of Elgar's Gerontius, Bach's Mass in B-Minor and Britten's War Requiem
  • Edinburgh Telephone Choir This is an SATB choir numbering about 45, which was established 68 years ago. The name is because the original founders worked as telephonists. The choir sing mainly light music, at Edinburgh and nearby venues.

  • Edinburgh Tuneless Choir Edinburgh Tuneless Choir launched on Thursday 12th January 2017 with around 70 people in attendance!  Sessions are held every second Thursday from 7.30pm until 9pm. The choir is based at Broughton St Mary’s Church, Bellevue Crescent, Edinburgh, EH3 6NE.  It is led by Elaine Ho, and organised by Jackie Walker.

  • Edinburgh University Chamber Choir Edinburgh University Chamber Choir is Edinburgh University’s smallest choir, led by Dr Eric Von Ibler. The choir prides itself on furthering its singers’ education through performing challenging repertoire at a high standard. It was founded by Professor David Kimbell in 1965, giving its first concert at the end of that academic year.

  • Edinburgh University Music Society Made up of past & present students and staff, performing one big concert a year with the Music Society Symphony Orchestra. They also go on tour every summer, recent venues including Prague and Verona

  • Edinburgh University Renaissance Singers The Renaissance Singers started out as an early music group affiliated to the Music Society in the mid-1960s and began performing in public in 1967-68. It currently numbers about forty singers, made up of students and staff of the university, as well as people from the wider Edinburgh community. It has introduced Scottish audiences to many works, such as the Requiems of Victoria and Cardoso, and regularly mounts reconstructions of major ceremonial occasions in collaboration with members of the Scottish Gabrieli Ensemble and the Squair Mile Consort, performing on period instruments.

  • Edinburgh University Singers The Edinburgh University Singers is the longest-established choir in the University of Edinburgh, founded in 1945. Currently, all the members of the choir are students of Edinburgh University, both undergraduate and postgraduate.
    The choir's repertoire is very wide, and ranges from unaccompanied madrigals and motets from all musical periods, through folk-song arrangements to large-scale works with organ or orchestra. The choir gives many concerts in a year, and not just in Edinburgh, but in many places throughout Scotland. The choir also often sings at official University functions, and tours abroad regularly.

  • Edinburgh Youth Choir, Edinburgh, Scotland We are a mixed youth choir with members aged 11-24. The choir was established in 2000 under the musical directorship of Dorcas Owen as the youth choir of the Edinburgh Royal Choral Union, and we had recently appointed Dominic Peckham to be our new musical director.  We aim to have fun and purely enjoy singing during our weekly choir rehearsals as well as performing solid performances which has been described as "...a truly sublime sound" by The Herald in Nov 2006.  There is no audition required.
  • Edinburgh’s Got Soul, Scotland Got Soul is a soul choir. Led by the soul powerhouse Maryam Ghaffari (BBC Radio 1). We sing and groove to music by artists such as Stevie Wonder, Chaka Khan, Chic, Angie Stone, Lauryn Hill, Mary J Blige and many more. Our workshop terms run for 14 weeks twice a year in February and September with each culminating in a grand, uplifting raucous concert. Workshops are held Tuesday evenings 6.30-8pm at Thomas Morton Hall (behind Leith Library) 28-30 Ferry Road EH6 4AE. Please e-mail info@gotsoul.org.uk to book a FREE taster session.

  • Edwin James Festival Choir, Littlehampton, West Sussex The Choir rehearse every Wednesday evenings from 7.30 - 9.45pm at St James the Great Church in East Ham Road, Littlehampton , West Sussex. All are welcome to Come and have a sing and meet us before you join ( Joining fee at present stands at a one off payment of 5 with Concert subs at 5 per Concert ) We also have a large Orchestra for many of our Concerts. We perform up to 7 Major Concerts a year with several other Singing and Social Events. We have also taken the Choir to France, Germany and Canada as well as in this Country with Choir exchange visits. Our President and Musical Director is Mr James Edwin Rushman who founded the Choir with Chris Allen.

  • Egerton Ladies Choir, Prestwich, Manchester We are an open-access choir; that is you don't have to audition.  It is not essential to be able to read music but it helps if you can follow a score.  We sing a lot of two and three-part songs ranging from the traditional choral - Handel, Mozart, Mendelssohn to more modern works by John Rutter.

  • Egham Choral Society, Egham, Surrey Egham Choral was founded in 1953 by Dr Kenneth Pankhurst, who was at the time the Organist at Egham Parish Church, and first met on November the 5th. We understand that the first performance was on the 8th of December in the Old Egham Methodist Church. We are a long standing choir based in Egham since the 1970s. We perform at least three concerts a year. The spring concert is usually the highlight of our year and the music ranges from Haydn’s Creation to Carl Jenkins’ The Armed Man and the performance is usually distinguished by the addition of professional soloists and musicians. Our summer concert comprises lighter works that may include madrigals or jazz standards. For our Christmas programme we look forward to singing carols and other seasonal music which may include excerpts from works such as Bach’s Christmas Oratorio or Rutter’s Gloria. We try to include a concert for Remembrance when this is possible.

  • Eight:Fifteen Vocal Ensemble, London A vocal ensemble, made up of members of the Fifteen B Choir, formed by the composer Robert Hugill in in order to promote concerts of accessible contemporary music. Since then they given the premieres of a number of his works.

  • Eight in a Bar Male Voice Group, Falmouth, Cornwall Eighteen-strong close-harmony singing group formed in 1990 by Barry Martin. Our idea was to be able to create a new sound which could only be produced by a smaller group. With musical director Gareth Churcher leading the choir to ever more complex and interesting pieces, they have become a firm Cornish choral favourites. Their reputation has been enhanced by success in various international singing compeitions such as the Bournemouth Festival and Cornwall International Choral Festival.

  • Elizabethan Singers of London The Elizabethan Singers of London has established a fine reputation for its performances which have included concerts in The Queen Elizabeth Hall and Purcell Room on London's famous South Bank, and in many of the historic churches and buildings within The City of London. They also perform regularly at venues throughout the UK.

  • Elland Male Voice Choir, Elland, West Yorkshire We have a membership of 54 strong and our aim is to provide good quality musical entertainment for all - making the performance a pleasure to both people who come to see and of course ourselves.
  • Ella's Choir, Middlesex, London contact: e-mail only:helen@thehelenastridsingingacademy.com It is not necessary to read music and there is no audition. Our aim is to provide an inclusive musical experience that is friendly and fun. We also aim to challenge and inspire, leaving you refreshed and rejuvenated."Ella’s Choir" Thursday evenings starting 14th September at 7.00-8.30pm at Holy Trinity Church, 1 Vicarage Road, Middlesex, TW2 5TS (please enter at back of the church). We will sing uplifting songs each week ranging from popular classics, contemporary, gospel and African chants and you'll learn basic singing techniques and improve your health and well-being. The first session is FREE, thereafter it's £12 (drop-in) or £10 if booked in a block. Profits will go to REACT, a local children’s charity. If you’d like to come, drop me an email.
  • Ellesmere Port Music Society, Ellesmere Port, Cheshire  The Society has been promoting classical music in Ellesmere Port since April 1950. The choir was formed in 1953, and choral music has been our main activity since 1970. The society is run by a committee of thirteen members, who are elected at the AGM in September each year. There are three concerts each year, in November, December and April. Our carol concert is in aid of local charities. In our main concerts we have performed works by a wide variety of composers, including Monteverdi, Bach, Walton and Tippett, to name but a few. Concerts are held in Ellesmere Port Civic Hall, where we are joined by the Wirral Philharmonic Orchestra, which is a full-size professional orchestra, and professional soloists. Forty of our members also provide a visiting choir for services at Liverpool Anglican Cathedral on one Sunday each year. There are occasional opportunities to take part in other musical events.

  • Elmbridge Choir, Surrey  The Elmbridge Choir is based in the borough of Elmbridge in Surrey, United Kingdom and comprises members drawn from the greater Elmbridge Metropolitan area. Membership is open to any person regardless of race, religion, creed, sexual orientation or belief.

  • Elmbridge Ladies Choir, Surrey The Elmbridge Ladies Choir is based in the borough of Elmbridge in Surrey, United Kingdom and comprises 100 women drawn from Surrey area. Membership is open to any woman regardless of race, religion, creed, sexual orientation, belief or musical ability. Joining Elmbridge Ladies Choir will not only ignite your own life with passion through the joy of singing, but will also help you make a big difference in the community through performing concerts for chosen charities.

  • Eltham Choral Society Eltham Choral Society was founded about 100 years ago, the precise date is not known, though a performance of Haydn's Creation was reviewed in 1908. Concerts are usually given locally three or four times a year, with orchestra and/or piano or organ accompaniment, with professional soloists for major choral works

  • Ely Choral Society, Cambridge Starting as an Adult Education course in 1961 this Society now boasts about 85 members performing at least four times a year. Musical Director: Andrew Parnell

  • Ely Consort, Ely, Cambridgeshire A medium-sized choir of about 36 voices, directed by Matthew Rudd. We perform music in a wide variety of styles; our performance venues include Ely Cathedral as well as other local churches. Rehearsals take place on Thursday evenings at the King’s School, Ely.

  • Elysian Singers of London The Elysian Singers of London, under musical director Sam Laughton, is one of the UK's leading chamber choirs. Known for our adventurous programming and imaginative repertoire, we give concerts in and around London, and have recorded a number of enthusiastically received CDs.

  • Elysian Singers of Wetherby We were formed in 1974 as a small Madrigal group of 12 Wetherby residents.  We have since grown to our current strength of 32.  Our Musical Director since 1998 has been Jonathan Power.  We are a mixed choir SATB and sing a full repertoire from Sacred works from the Renaissance up to the current date and a wide variety of secular works.  The majority of our singing is a Capella. We meet on Thursday evenings 7.30 - 9.45 during school term-times at St James' Rooms Wetherby. Membership is by audition and invitation.

  • Ember Choral Society, Thames Ditton, Surrey Formed in 1956, the Society has about 100 members who come from all over Elmbridge, Kingston and beyond. John Sutton is our choral director, and the choir's repertoire covers a wide range of music including contemporary composers. 

  • Emerald Chamber Choir, Purley London A mixed chamber choir for ages 11-14. Emerald Chamber Choir is an award winning choir who achieve outstanding levels of performance. The members develop their music reading skills whilst singing a varied repertoire in a sociable environment. This is a confident choir which enjoy exploring the choral repertoire. Chamber Choir have won the Sutton Music Festival Intermediate shield five times. Winners of the Sutton Music Festival Intermediate Challenge Shield 2015, 2016 and Beckenham Music Festival Prize Baton 2012.
  • Emerald Chorus, Purley London A mixed Children's choir for ages 6 - 11. Emerald Chorus is an excellent introduction to choral singing. The choir learn  songs which are fun and varied in style ranging from unison to two or three parts. The members make new friends and bond through their enthusiasm for singing.Well that was a great night at the Sutton Music Festival. Osiris were awarded ‘Outstanding’ and came away with the Borough Challenge Shield, the Senior Challenge Shield, a first place gold medal and some fantastic comments. Emerald Chamber Choir won their class too and were awarded the Intermediate Challenge Shield and a gold medal. Emerald Chorus also sang well and had some lovely comments. Performances to be proud of. The choir regularly take part in concerts and festivals which provide many opportunities to gain confidence in performance. In March 2014, Emerald Chorus enjoyed taking part in Choir of the Year.

  • Emerald Choir, Purley, London  This choir is a select group of singers who are formed especially to suit specific events. The Emerald Choir sang at the BITC Gala Dinner at the Royal Albert Hall on 2nd July 2013 and also performed at the Alliance Boots CSR launch at Kew Gardens in October. In 2006, the Emerald Choir reached the Category Finals of BBC Choir of the Year at the Millennium Centre, Cardiff which was broadcast on BBC Radio 3. 

  • Emmanuel Church Choir, Sutton Coldfield  Emmanuel Choir is a Boys' church choir based in Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands. We sing regular choral services on Sundays during term-time at Emmanuel Church, Wylde Green. The choir consists of 16 Trebles (boys aged between 7 & 15), 4 Altos, 4 Tenors and 6 Basses. The choir has established a national and international reputation and the singing of the boys has been widely acclaimed. 

  • Emmanuel College Choir, Cambridge A mixed voice choir which sings services to a high standard in the Chapel of Emmanuel College, along with concerts and tours.
  • en Choir, Whitstable, Kent en Choir are a contemporary choir who like to challenge what choral singing is about. Founded by Musical Director and Composer Emily Peasgood in 2011, the choir focus on fun, learning by ear and developing singing and ensemble technique. Since their formation, the choir have moved from strength to strength, performing sell-out concerts each year, singing on albums and recording their own EP of songs in April 2014. en Choir aim to bring together a diverse group of men and women from the local Whitstable community to sing Emily Peasgood's quirky arrangements of contemporary songs. They are a non-religious choir but are often described as 'gospel-sounding' due to the harmony, energy and uplifting feel-good nature of the songs they sing: songs that have been especially tailored to the choirs strengths. Current, fun and progressive, en Choir are completely accessible. There is no requirement to have sung in a choir before, or to read music, and new members are no auditioned. Anyone with an interest in singing, aged 14 and above, is welcome to join. During rehearsals choir members are treated to regular 'mini' vocal technique sessions whilst learning a varied repertoire. en Choir are currently 60 members strong with men and women ranging from aged 14 to 90. en Choir meet at St Andrews Church in Whitstable and accept new members at several times throughout the year.

  • Enceladus Chamber Choir,Bath Enceladus is a contemporary chamber choir based in the South West. Having originated in Bath, we now perform all over the region across Bristol, Frome, Chippenham, Swindon, Trowbridge and Weston-Super-Mare. If you are interested in booking us for any wedding or event then don't hesitate to contact us. We can source requests or provide appropriate repertoire for any occasion.

  • Enchant, Birmingham A small mixed voice choir who perform about six times a year. We rehearse on a Wednesday night in the lead up to concerts and our repertoire is extremely varied from sacred anthems to chart hits. Although we strive for very high standards we are still a relaxed group and ultimately like to have fun and give pleasures to our audiences. If you are a confident singer and a good sight reader we are always looking out for new singers.

  • Encore Contemporary Choir, Londonderry, Northern Ireland The founding idea of the newly formed choir was to “create a professional singing ensemble, but with a focus on the social aspect too i.e. ‘havin’ a bitta craic’ and meeting new people along the way!”. The four wanted rehearsals to be as enjoyable as possible. They wanted members to look forward to their weekly singing sessions, to bond as well as produce a fantastic choral sound. They wanted to challenge the preconceived and stereotypically stuffy notions people had about “choirs” by making this one more accessible, more relevant and ultimately more enjoyable for both members and audiences. They decided that it should be open to everyone over the age of 21, eliminating the need for auditions therefore taking the panic out of joining for prospective members. This was important to them, because they wanted to attract people who wouldn’t usually take part in an ensemble like this. They wanted to create something new, something different, something the city of culture needed, but didn’t yet have.

    End of the Track, North Wiltshire End Of The Track perform songs from the 1960s era to raise funds for local charities. They charge no standard fee, and simply ask for a donation to their chosen charity for any performance. The group have been singing together for over six years, and have a wide repertoire of songs.

  • Endon Community Choir, Endon, Staffordshire. We are a mixed voice50 members of all ages and welcome people over 13. The choir has just celebrated its 3rd anniversary. We meet in term time at Endon High School on Tuesday from 7pm to 8.30pm and the musical director is Dan Hollingshurst.
  • Enfield Choral Society, London Enfield Choral Society, founded in 1938, developed in the early days a flair for performing diverse music ranging from choral works to concert productions of operas and operettas. Today the choir's wide-ranging repertoire includes the great choral works, as well as lesser well-known pieces. The society has a membership of around sixty singers, which we are always looking to increase, especially in the tenor and bass sections. Although amateur in status it has gained a local reputation for giving performances of a high standard, often with professional soloists and ensembles.

  • English Arts Chorale, Reigate, Surrey What distinguishes its performance most is its inner power, further heightened on some occasions by singing the great choral-orchestral masterworks entirely from memory

  • English Baroque Choir Formed in 1978, and now one of London's leading amateur choirs, with 60-70 members. It's performed in all London's major concert halls and on several overseas tours

  • English Chamber Choir, London The English Chamber Choir is one of the busiest of London's chamber choirs. Based in London, where it sings regularly in all the major venues, it also visits festivals and concert societies throughout Britain and abroad - it recently visited Belgium to celebrate the Purcell centenary in the 16th century Abbey of Our Lady of Lombeek.

  • Enkelit, Yorkshire A small, upper-voice choir formed in 2003 primarily to sing the beautiful a cappella music of Finland. The group take their name from the choral piece which inspired their creation; Enkelit (Finnish for 'angels') by Tellu Turkka. Their repertoire is very contemporary, mostly written in the last twenty years, reflecting the renaissance in Finnish choral music. Although the group primarily perform Finnish work, they also sing pieces from Bulgaria, Estonia, Iceland, Russia and the Czech Republic.

  • Ensemble 1685, Coventry, Warwickshire Ensemble 1685 was formed in 2005 from singers associated with Coventry Cathedral. With more than 200 public performances, the ensemble has gained a reputation for inspirational music-making in Coventry, Warwickshire and further afield, with tours to Scotland, France, Portugal and Ireland.  1685 was the year both Bach and Handel were born, and Richard Jeffcoat has adopted this resonant date as a brand-name for his musical endeavours. ensemble 1685 performs all kinds of vocal music, from Renaissance masters to music of the present day, including large-scale works by Bach, Handel and Brahms, and lighter music suitable for weddings and celebrations. ensemble 1685 is proud of its commitment to socially inclusive music-making, performing in churches without a choral tradition, and in closed communities, such as prisons and care homes.

  • Epping Church Choirs Association, Essex Epping Church Choirs Association (ECCA) is a choral society which welcomes singers from all backgrounds.  Under the musical direction of Simon Winters, the choir performs three or four concerts each year - a main concert in January, one on Good Friday, one in July and sometimes a short carol concert just before Christmas.  We also take part in one or two ecumenical services each year.  The choir currently has around 35 members and sings a wide variety of music, both sacred and secular. Rehearsals take place on Friday evenings in the Roman Catholic Church Hall in Epping.  We are a friendly group and would welcome singers in all voice parts.  Some experience is preferable but not absolutely necessary.  There are no formal auditions but the Musical Director may wish to give a small voice test.   

  • Epsom Chamber Choir, Surrey 30-strong choir performing a wide range of music. Has won three Performing Right Society Enterprise Awards

  • Epsom Choral Society, Surrey A friendly successful SATB choir of over 100 singers.  We sing a wide repertoire of choral music and welcome new members any time throughout the season.

  • Epsom Male Voice Choir, Surrey We number 50 singers who perform for the fun of it and who find they are also able to raise money for both local and national charities. There is no audition - just come along on a Wednesday from 8-10 pm and see how it goes.

  • Epworth Choir, Woking, Surrey 110-strong SATB choir, directed by Matthew Willis, attracting singers from NW Surrey and NE Hampshire. Performances range from major choral works to opera, songs from the shows, and annual charity carol concerts, in Woking, Guildford Cathedral and other prestigious venues. The choir is a registered charity and raises funds for local/national charities. The choir rehearses on Wednesday evenings at 7.30pm at Trinity Methodist Church Hall, Brewery Rd. Woking GU21 4LH. New singers always welcome.

  • Equali Belmont Choir, Gt Budworth, Cheshire An exciting ladies vocal ensemble based in Gt Budworth, Cheshire comprising ladies who enjoy making music together. Directed by Sue Easton, it brings together singers of all ages, backgrounds and musical experience who share an infectious enthusiasm for choral music. The repertoire is as varied as the members' musical tastes, ranging from classical to pop, gospel to barbershop! We extend a warm welcome to new members.

  • Erasmus Chamber Choir, Cambridge A Cambridge-based vocal ensemble conducted by is Ian de Massini. It was founded in 2012 and specializes in sacred and secular English music from the Renaissance to the present day, both standard repertoire and neglected works.

  • Erewash Phoenix Choir, Sandiacre, Derbyshire We are the Erewash Phoenix Choir, a friendly and lively ladies choir based in Sandiacre, Derbyshire. We rehearse on Wednesdays 7:30-9:30pm and we sing a wide range of music from classical pieces, sacred works, pop songs and many, many more. 

  • Ermine Voices, Lincoln Ermine Voices are a large, fun choir for the Ermine community in Lincoln.

  • Escafeld Chorale, Sheffield Escafeld Chorale has been an established part of the Sheffield music scene since for over 30 years. Founded in 1969 as the Fossdale Singers by music teacher Ron Law (then living in Fossdale Road), the choir has grown from small beginnings to its present size of around 60 members, along the way changing its name to Escafeld Chorale. Singing about 4 concerts a year, mostly in Sheffield churches, with music from the Renaissance onwards.

  • Essex Chordsmen, Chelmsford, Essex The great thing about the Essex Chordsmen is the sheer style, pleasure and fun they generate with every song they sing. Whilst the singing is, of course, important we make sure we don’t neglect to enjoy the experience and have a great deal of fun in the process. That’s not to say we don’t take our singing seriously! We don’t just sing – we also perform. Four part harmony in the barbershop style is choral singing taken to a level which has to be not just heard but seen to be believed. It’s not just a team effort it is an experience which thrills and elevates your single vocal contribution that generates choral harmonies of extraordinary quality heightened by movement and performance making it not just an audible sensation but a visual entertainment at the same time.

  • Essex Police Choir, Chelmsford, Essex We are a mixed voice choir, of around 45 members.  The choir performs about 12 concerts a year raising money for Essex based charities.  The Choir performs a wide range of pieces from Musicals to Spirituals and Popular music and always welcomes new members.

  • Esterhazy Chamber Choir, Lewes, E. Sussex 24 experienced singers performing principally a cappella sacred music. The choir favours working with a range of conductor on a project basis (proposals welcomed) and is always prepared to audition in any voice. As a registered charity the choir offers free admission to under-16's at its own promotions

  • Esterhazy Singers, Southwark, London Approx. 40 professional people singing 3 concerts a year in London (St John's, Smith Square; St Giles' Cripplegate; St George's, Hanover Square etc.) either a cappella or with professional orchestra and soloists

  • Eton College Chapel Choir, Bucks. 54 boys from the school (with one or two masters), a large number of whom are Music Scholars who were previously choristers at cathedrals or chapels

  • Euphonix, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey Euphonix is a community choir with a difference, open to any adult of any age who would like to sing contemporary and popular songs, folk and world music. We have around 40 members and meet upstairs in the Rose Theatre, Kingston upon Thames on Wednesday mornings. No audition required.

  • Euphoria Show Choir, Bristol Euphoria Show Choir was started in September 2010 by professional singing teacher and performer Rachel Walker in response to the many requests from her pupils to form a “Glee” choir. She was joined by Tina Kelly and Emma Tobitt, both of whom also have extensive professional experience in teaching and performing. “Glee” is a hit TV show following the story of a school show choir as they compete in the various stages of the National Championships.

  • Eurydice Socialist Women's Choir, Glasgow Glasgow Socialist Women's Choir, was born on 23 August, 1988 when a bunch of women started to meet on a Tuesday evening to sing together. Over the years we have performed at fundraising concerts, on protest marches and on picket lines. We have sung on several BBC documentaries and appeared on television with Elaine C Smith and Billy Bragg.

  • Euxton Singers, Lancashire: e-mail only: contact Tim Steele. A Ladies' choir, over 30 strong. Light-hearted but with a song for every occasion.

  • Evensongsters, Newland, Malvern, Worcestershire We are a small group of long established singers, specialising in Church music. We have strong links with the Church of England, but are non-denominational and happy to sing in any church. We travel around the Three Counties to sing at various occasions, including : Church services, Festivals and ​Weddings.​

  • Everybody Sing (Adult 'Singing for fun' group), Swindon, Wilts . The class is designed for beginners right through to experienced singers, but with one thing in mind... to have fun! Singing is so enjoyable, especially in a group environment and we will be covering modern pop and musicals right through to jazz, swing and many more styles. The class will consist of warming up, learning how to read music, singing songs and cooling down. There will also be a small tea break in the middle! First week is PAYG at 4 and then payable in blocks of 6 at 24. Every Tuesday 8.00 ~ 9.30pm

  • Everybody Sing (Children Choir), Swindon, Wilts . These classes are available for beginners and experienced singers. The class will be made up of warming up, basic music theory, fun exercises to improve their singing technique and learning songs from genres such as musicals, pop, disney and many many more. First week is PAYG at 3.50 and then payable termly at 39.00 (remainder 11 weeks of term) Every Saturday 4~9yrs: 10.00 ~ 10.45  10yrs+: 10.45 ~ 11.30

  • Eversley Choir, Milnthorpe, Cumbria Eversley choir is a medium sized mixed voice choral society which stages 3 concerts a year, at least one of which is with orchestral accompaniment, in various venues in and around Milnthorpe in the South Lakes District. Rehearsals take place on Monday evenings during term from 7:00 to 9:00.

  • Ex Cappella  The choir is open (by audition) to any ex girl A Cappella choristers in order to provide an opportunity of continuing the tradition after leaving school.  In order to make this possible, rehearsals and events will take place during university/school holiday periods which, happily, coincide with many cathedral choir holidays

  • Ex Cathedra, Birmingham Ex Cathedra is one of the UK 's finest choirs, and the flagship Early Music ensemble for Birmingham and the West Midlands. Best known for its critically acclaimed performances of Early Music, and winning particular renown for its recordings of the French and Latin American Baroque, Ex Cathedra performs a broad spectrum of choral music spanning the fifteenth to twenty-first centuries, and regularly commissions new works. Founded in Birmingham over 30 years ago by Jeffrey Skidmore, Ex Cathedra has become much more than the chamber choir it originally set out to be, now comprising choir (20-40 singers), consort (10 singers), Baroque ensemble/orchestra (leader Nicolette Moonen) and a trailblazing education programme in schools and local communities.

  • Ex Urbe Chamber Choir, Birmingham, West Midlands We are a Birmingham-based chamber choir of some 25 singers from a large area of the West Midlands. We usually perform three projects a year, covering a variety of music in various venues in and around Birmingham.

  • Exaltation! Gospel Choir, Essex Exaltation! is a small, lively choir of around 15 members, based in Essex.  Formed in 2003, with members of all ages, we sing at various weddings, parties, fetes and other events across the county and beyond. Our repertoire includes gospel music, spirituals and contemporary music from Abba to Muse and anything in between!

  • Exaudi, London Since its debut in 2002, Exaudi has emerged as one of Britain’s leading young contemporary music ensembles. With a repertoire that encompasses Ockeghem and Ferneyhough, Tallis and Xenakis, Exaudi has performed to great acclaim throughout the UK and in Europe. Founded by James Weeks (director) and Juliet Fraser (soprano), Exaudi is based in London and draws its singers from among the UK's brighest new vocal talents. The ensemble is conceived as a consort rather than a choir - one voice to a part, ranging from three to sixteen voices - and draws inspiration for its sound from that of early music ensembles, favouring a strong but focussed tone that is ideal for the performance of harmonically intricate contemporary music. The newest new music is at the heart of Exaudi's repertoire which therefore features UK and world premieres of Sciarrino, Rihm, Finnissy, Skempton, Richard Ayres, Christopher Fox, Marcus Trunk and James Saunders, among many others.

  • Excalibur Voices, Oxford Invitation choir of 20 or so singers giving concerts throughout the South East, with intensive rehearsal period in London and Oxford prior to each project.

  • Excelsior Per Cantum Chamber Choir, heriot Watt University, Edinburgh Excelsior Per Cantum's repertoire explores music from the 12th Century to the present day. The choir performs at the University's anniversary service and the choir concert in St Giles' Cathedral, Edinburgh as well as its own concert in the famous Rosslyn Chapel. Rehearsals take place every Monday lunchtime in the Gibson Craig music room.

  • Excelsis Choir, Grayshott, Surrey Excelsis, a small chamber choir of around 30 singers, many of whom have a background of musical training, performs a wide variety of music to a very high standard.
    eXeSingers, Exeter, Devon We are a small, friendly choir that has been making music and having fun since 2009. We are directed by Charles West, a patient and perceptive guy with a good sense of humour who quickly identifies when we need his help, guidance or direction. We sing a variety of music as selected by us and in some cases, arranged by Charles.

  • Exe Valley Voices, Tiverton, Devon We are a friendly group of men and women of all ages from teenagers upwards. We sing for the fun of singing. We are an 'open access' group meaning that membership to the singing group is available to all ages and all abilities without audition. Members of the group hale from towns and villages around and along the Valley of the River Exe on the borders of Devon and Somerset. The songs we learn are from all over the world and include Pop, Jazz, Gospel and folk. The ability to read music is not necessary as all songs are learnt by ear.

  • Exeter Bach Society, Exeter, Devon Since its formation in 1995 the Society has given performances of many cantatas, lutheran masses and instrumental works. Recent concerts included the Magnificat, Mass in G major, Mass in G minor, Fifth Brandenburg Concerto, Double Violin Concerto, the St John & Matthew Passions and the B Minor Mass.

  • Exeter Cathedral Choirs, Exeter, Devon  The Cathedral Choir consists of the Choristers and the Gentlemen of the Choir. There are boy and girl choristers. The Choristers and Probationary Choristers are pupils at the Cathedral School. Voice trials for Choristers are held annually in February. Parents of prospective Choristers should contact the Headmaster. The Gentlemen of the Choir are comprised of Lay Vicars and Choral Scholars (students at Exeter University). The Choristers rehearse every weekday morning and afternoon except Wednesday, which is usually a non-singing day. They are joined by the Gentlemen for the afternoon practice. There are two rehearsals for the Whole Choir on Saturday. In addition to duties in the Cathedral, about two or three times a year the Choir sings in one of the Parish Churches in the Diocese. It is a professional body with many recording, broadcasting, and concert engagements. It also undertakes overseas tours periodically.

  • Exeter Chamber Choir, Exeter, Devon  We perform mainly unaccompanied, but also perform at venues such as Exeter Cathedral, Buckfast Abbey, Dartington etc. Last year Monteverdi Vespers in full with Baroque Orchestra, next year a similar undertaking with Bach b minor mass. We have about 8 concerts a year, next being April 1st.

  • Exeter Festival Chorus Exeter Festival Chorus is a non-professional award-winning choir committed to offering the South West region a wide range of exciting, innovative and stimulating choral music, performed to the highest possible standard.  It sings regularly with professional orchestras and soloists, in its own concert season and in Exeter's various festivals.  The Chorus's musical director is Nigel Perrin, one of this country's leading choral conductors, and members come from almost every corner of Devon (and beyond).  Repertoire ranges from early Renaissance to contemporary music. 

  • Exeter Male Voice Choir, Devon Founded in 1900, it presently has about 30 singers and performs for charity during the winter season

  • Exeter Music Bird Choir, Devon Choirs are a great way of learning to sing with others in a friendly atmosphere. You don't have to audition, and all of the music is taught by ear so don't worry if you can't read music. We have a range of voices in the choir from complete beginners to seasoned singers. We sing a whole range of music from Jackie Wilson's Higher and Higher, to Lady Gaga Telephone, to Hold the Line by Toto, Zero to Hero from the Hercules soundtrack, and many more. Singing with the choir is as great way to improve your voice as we look at technique through singing the songs, without the pressure of solo performance. Although there are plenty of opportunities for bigger solo parts for anyone who fancies giving it a go! 

  • Exeter Philharmonic Choir The Exeter Philharmonic Choir was founded in 1846, early in the reign of Queen Victoria. First known as the 'Exeter Oratorio Society', it has an unbroken history to the present day, making it one of the oldest musical organizations in the country. Its sixtieth birthday was celebrated in 1906 with the publication of a history of the Choir to that date, and its centenary was marked in 1946 with a performance of The Dream of Geronitius in Exeter Cathedral. The name had been changed to the 'Exeter Musical Society' in 1930, and a concert marking the sixtieth anniversary of the name was given, coinciding with the Mozart celebrations, in 1991. In 1995, to mark its 150th Anniversary Season, the Choir became a Registered Charity and changed its name to 'Exeter Philharmonic Choir'.

  • Exeter Police & Community Choir Exeter Police and Community Choir is one of the leading male voice choirs in Devon. It is still going strong and entertaining audiences more than 50 years after its formation. It has helped raise tens of thousands of pounds over the years for local charities.

  • Exeter University Choral Society Choral Society is an un-auditioned choir at Exeter University. We are a mixture of students and associate members who meet to perform various choral works, ranging from Beethoven to Bernstein. Our membership ranges in number from 70-150. Recent performances have included Bach's ‘Mass in B Minor’ and Mozart’s Requiem. We rehearse every Monday from 19:30 to 21:30 at Kay House Duryard, Streatham Campus (EX4 4RG).

  • ExeVox, Exeter, Devon ExeVox is an auditioning chamber choir of about twenty experienced singers, directed by Peter Adcock and brought together by a shared love of music - classical and contemporary, from Tallis to Rachmaninov, Gershwin and Whitacre, from Bach to the Beatles. ExeVox has a fine track-record of high-quality performances in concerts raising money for a range of charities, as well  as providing tailor-made entertainment for private functions (weddings, parties etc.).

  • Exmoor Singers of London Based in central London, Exmoor Singers is one of the UK's top amateur choirs. An auditioned mixed chamber choir of around 30 voices, Exmoor Singers is committed to attaining high choral standards. A busy concert schedule includes performances in top-class venues such as the Purcell Room, London, St John's, Smith Square, London and King's College, Cambridge. Exmoor Singers regularly performs at festivals and in competitions, both in the UK and abroad, and was winner of the mixed voice competition at the North Wales Choral Festival in 2003, winner of the Sligo International Choral Festival in 2001 and Sainsbury’s Mixed Voice Choir of the Year in 1998.

  • Exmouth Choral Society, Devon A mixed voice choir of approximately 60 members who rehearse during the autumn and spring terms, for two concerts a year. The repertoire is based around masses and oratorios. We rehearse in Glenorchy Church and Hall on Exeter Road. Our concerts are held in Holy Trinity Church which has good acoustics for choral music. Our concerts are usually held with orchestras and always with good soloists. We have purpose made staging for the church so that visibility for all choir members is good.  Members also have the opportunity to join in with the social events that we hold during the year.

  • Exon Singers, Tavistock, Devon Founded in 1996 the Exon Singers is recognised as one of the UK's leading chamber choirs, with its dynamic and expressive performances of music from the renaissance to the present day.

  • Express Yourself Pop Choir and Show Tunes Choir, Worcester

  • Exultate Singers, Bristol, Avon  Accomplished chamber choir of 25 adult singers which performs in concerts in the South West and further afield, and regularly broadcasts on BBC Radio. Founded in September 2002 by conductor David Ogden.

  • Eye Bach Choir, Eye, Suffolk A smallish, friendly choral society based in North Suffolk, with a history of excellent and adventurous performance under the baton of Margery Baker. New members always welcome.

  • Eynsham Choral Society, Oxfordshire A community choir that was founded in 1980 and now has a membership of around 100. The Society has a "no auditions" policy and, because of this members range from accomplished amateur singers who can take on solo roles, to beginners who sometimes need to learn to read music. We give 2 concerts per year with full orchestra (April & December) and arrange a Choral Workshop in June. We enjoy our music and make a pretty good sound