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  • Fair City Singers, Perthshire, Scotland The Fair City Singers is an eighty strong independent choir for 11–18 year olds from Perthshire in Scotland. Their musical director is Marion Neilson and their accompanist is Martin Neilson. They aim to encourage choral music while giving children as varied a vocal experience as possible.

  • Fairfax Singers, Wharfedale, West Yorkshire  We have been enjoying singing for twelve years. Variety is our aim and pleasure: from ballads to blues, madrigals to musicals, sacred to swing, traditional to trendy. We will gladly sing for anyone supporting a good cause - we have already helped raise over 12,000 for local and national charities. If your charity would like a concert, please contact our concert secretary Jan Wilkinson. We rehearse on Tuesday nights at the Burley Salem Church Hall in Burley-in Wharfedale, West Yorkshire.

  • Fairford & District Choral Society, Gloucestershire There have been choral societies in Fairford for many years – in its present guise, the Society was formalised in 2006.  It performs two or three concerts each year. The aim is to perform choral music of many different types (sacred and secular) from the 15th century to the 21st. It is a welcoming and friendly Society, forging links with local schools to encourage participation of young singers.

  • Fakenham Choral Society, North Norfolk  All-age, all-ability choir with over 90 members. Varied repertoire including both sacred and secular music. Three concerts a year with professional soloists and orchestra. Rehearsals Tuesday evenings from September to June. 

  • Fairhaven Singers, Cambridge A friendly choir of 40+ singers, conducted by Ralph Woodward, with a wide and interesting repertoire. Performances mainly in Cambridge, though we have been invited to sing at St Martin-in-the-Fields in London and in the Aldeburgh Festival. Recent concerts have featured James Bowman and Emma Kirkby, and we also sang recently on Radio 4.

  • Falkirk Caledonia Choir, Falkirk, Scotland We are a mixed voice choir based in Falkirk but with members from throughout Central Scotland. We rehearse during the school term and usually perform 3 - 4 concerts a year. Our repertoire is wide and varied so there is usually something for everybody. Our choir strength is approximately 65 members but as with most choirs we are always looking for new members.

  • Falmouth Vocalz Falmouth Vocalz was formed in September 2012 by founder conductor Neil Shepherd. Neil formed the choir to fulfil a growing demand for younger, faster paced choirs singing a varied repertoire of music.

  • Fareham Philharmonic Choir, Fareham, Hampshire The Fareham Philharmonic Choir has been making music in Fareham for over a hundred years. In that time its membership has ranged from eleven people immediately after the second world war to a hundred people at the time of our centenary in 1999. Currently there are about 85 of us, and we always welcome new people - especially tenors! 

  • Faringdon Singers, Faringdon, Oxfordshire We are a small (35) friendly choral society who perform regularly for charity throughout West Oxfordshire and Gloucestershire, We are always on the lookout for new members with some sight-reading ability. If you would like to join us or would like some more information, please contact Joan Prichard on 01367-241707.

  • Farnham & Bourne Choral Society, Surrey Formed in 1925, and now with about 120 mixed voices performing all types of choral music. All their concerts are at Farnham’s main venue, The Maltings

  • Farnham Contemporary Vocal Group Have you always wanted to be a part of a singing group, but thought that you might not be good enough? Would you like to meet new people in the area? Then come and join us and sing songs for fun in a relaxed environment!

  • Farnham Rock Choir, Surrey. Choirs for juniors age 6 to 10, young adults ages 10 to 21 and Adults 21+ singing Rock, Pop, Motown and Gospel.

  • Farnham Youth Choir, Surrey Sainsbury's Youth Choir of the Year, 1998, and a choir with a positive attitude to new music, such as the first performance of Sir Peter Maxwell Davies' Dream of Snow in 3/2001 Finalist Sainsbury's Choir of the Year 2002.

  • Fascinating Rhythm (Cotswold Ladies Barbershop Chorus) Gloucestershire Fascinating Rhythm is an all female close harmony singing chorus based in Rangeworthy in South Gloucestershire. We love to sing together and entertain audiences at all kinds of venues including concerts, social evenings, charity events, festivals and competitions.

  • Faversham Choral Society, Kent An open-access choir of approx. 55-60 members, they present 3 concerts a year, an Oratorio in the Spring, a lighter Summer concert and a Carol concert with the town's Mission band.

  • Featherstone Male Voice Choir, Wakefield, Yorkshire Featherstone Male Voice Choir is based in the small Town of Featherstone in West Yorkshire. It has 65 members drawn from a wide area with members from as far as York and Sheffield. They have a full programme of concerts throughout the year.

  • Felicitas, London A small chamber choir based on the London/Essex border and formed in 1992. Originally formed to sing a cappella music from the 16th and 17th centuries, the choir has widened its repertoire to include works from late mediaeval to 20th century.

  • Felixstowe Community Choir, Suffolk Felixstowe Community Choir is a choir for over 18 year olds who enjoy singing pop song and songs from musicals. It meets weekly on a Monday and for more news about the choir watch this website, local press and media, Twitter and Facebook. Around 30-40 men and women of all ages attend and are already developing a repertoire of songs from The Beatles to Adele. There is no audition to join, and singers do not need to read music, as sheet music is not used. Singers assemble from 7pm, when the bar opens, and singing begins at 7.30. The weekly fee is 4 per person payable on the door and a weekly raffle is held to help defray expenses. The pianist conductor is Emily Bennett from Felixstowe, a professional musician and teacher, who gets every one laughing and singing - including the many members who have never sung in a choir before.

  • Felix's Rock Choir, London Formed in 2006 as an offshoot of London's premiere rock school, Felix's School of Rock. Many of the parents of the rock school kids (8-16) wanted to sing but didn't want to compete with a band. The experiment worked and we have been going from strength to strength ever since. We start with the premise that 'singing is good for the soul' and we have evolved into a group of between 25-30 adults who love to sing. It's no longer just the rock school parents. We sing contemporary rock, pop and soul, from The Beatles, Crosby Stills & Nash, Joni Mitchell, Earth WInd & Fire, Stevie Wonder and Neil Young, to name but a few. We are a choir with a difference - no piano, no a cappella - we have music director Baz Golin [me] on acoustic guitar, and choir leader Lisa Powell conducting. As a community choir (non-readers, no auditions), we develop all our arrangements organically, and the members come up with many of the vocal parts during our singalong sessions when we look at new material. We then refine the arrangements. We perform publicly about 10-12 times a year in Southeast London at local festivals (Lewisham People's Day, The Brockley Max Festival), pubs (The Jolly Farmers in Lewisham, The Dirty South in Lee, The Hob in Forest Hill) and other events and functions. We rehearse Monday Nights at The Tank Gallery in Ladywell (behind the Ladywell Tavern, in Ladywell Rd).

  • Felling Concert Choir, Tyne & Wear. A mixed choir of about 40 singers and rehearse in Felling Methodist Church Hall, Gateshead, Tyne and Wear.

  • Felling Male Voice Choir, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear 80 strong choir performing regularly across the region.

  • Fellowship of the Sing, Whitstable, Kent Fellowship of the Sing are a 20 voice chamber choir who sing a unique blend of choral and jazz repertoire, Fellowship of the Sing reflects current trends in choral singing whilst focusing on learning great vocal technique, musicality and repertoire. They sing repertoire from Bruckner, Byrd, Bartok and Tavener to Leonard Cohen and David Bowie. Members of the choir usually have some singing or choral experience and repertoire is taught using a combination of sheet music and ear learning. Members who do not read music are taught to read sheet music and all are encouraged to develop their ear training. Fellowship of the Sing was formed in 2013 by Musical Director and Composer Emily Peasgood and is currently led by Emily Peasgood and Dr Andrew Larner. They meet on a Monday evening at St Andrews Church in Whitstable and accept new members at several times throughout the year. Fellowship of the Sing do not audition members. 

  • Fellowship Singers of Shirley, West Midlands  Formed in 1952, we are a busy friendly mixed voice choir of 45 voices.  The choir meet at the Church House, Church Road, Shirley, Solihull every Sunday at 7.30pm to commence rehearsals at 7.45pm until 10.00pm.  No audition is necessary to join, other than an interest in singing and enjoying making music. 

  • Felsted Choral Society, Felsted, Essex The Society consists of about seventy members who give three major concerts of choral works in Felsted School Chapel with the Felsted Orchestra and professional soloists each season which runs from September to June. There is also a 'Come, Sing and Perform' day in October and a Christmas Cracker Concert or Service. Rehearsals are on Thursday evenings at 8pm in Felsted Music School and our Conductor, Roger Lawrence organises  trips by coach to concerts in London. Felsted Choral Society offers a great variety of musical experience, hard work but above all, great fun, musical satisfaction and fulfilment.

  • Feltham Choral Society A friendly mixed ability choir of about 30 voices led by a professional conductor. Rehearsals on Wednesday evenings. Baroque concerts with Early. Music Orchestra a speciality!

  • Feock Fellas, Cornwall  Formed in 2000 just to give one performance as a guest appearance at the St. Feock Pals Millenium Concert, the choir has grown both in strength and reportoire. It now numbers nearly forty members and has its own distinctive brand of delivery and humour.
    The membership comes from in and around the village of Feock in West Cornwall. The emphasis is on fun.

  • Ferdinand's Consort (formerly Musica Temprana)  A professional chamber choir of about a dozen voices, formed in 2001 and specialising in Spanish Renaissance music 

  • Fidelio Singers, Southend, Essex The Fidelio Singers are a Southend-based ladies choir, experienced in singing many different genre. Their conductor is Margaret Cozens and accompanist Janet Walker. In addition to performing many public concerts all over Essex and wider afield, the "Fids" (as they are known by their friends) provide entertainment at all types of private functions, including dinners and weddings.

  • Fieri Consort. London The Fieri Consort was founded in 2012 and is made up of vibrant and skilled young ensemble singers based in London. The singers met studying on The Sixteen’s prestigious young artists’ programme, Genesis Sixteen and, in order to continue singing together and exploring similar musical interests, The Fieri Consort was established. Members of the consort sing with many other groups, including The Sixteen, Britten Sinfonia Voices, Tenebrae and many London churches. Fieri is a non-conducted ensemble, often with one or two voices to a part. This makes for invigorating performances where each and every singer is vital and where all play an equal role in rehearsal and musical interpretation. The name, Fieri, means ‘to become;’ a fitting title for this group of dedicated young musicians who are embarking on their professional careers.

  • Fillongley Singers, Coventry contact: email only Suzanne Whiting We  are a small Choral society of around 25 members, which meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30pm for 2 hours rehearsal in the Meeting Room at Fillongley Church. The singers aim to give three concerts each year, the first at Christmas which is usually a mix of Christmas Carols, readings and festive music in a lighter vein. The second concert is around Easter and is usually a concert of more sacred music appropriate to this point in the Christian calendar.  The performance often includes a complete work from a famous composer, and the singers have in previous years performed both The Armed Man & Requiem by the modern, present-day composer, Karl Jenkins. We also regularly perform a Summer/Autumn concert, which is usually a more light hearted selection of music and songs from musicals and popular composers. We are currently very keen to have more members, particularly Tenors, Basses and First Sopranos. 

  • Filtones Choir, Filton, Bristol A friendly group of mainly retired ladies and gentlemen who meet on Wednesday afternoons from 1.45 p.m. to 3.45 p.m. at The Pavilion, Elm Park, Filton, Bristol, to sing four part harmony and to enjoy an afternoon in good company. Concerts given to Clubs and Societies and for charitable events. Vacancies exist for tenors and basses

  • Finchley Chamber Choir, London Finchley Chamber Choir, recently described by Making Music as 'one of London's finest amateur classical choirs', was formed in 1973 and maintains close links with its sister organisation, Finchley Symphony Orchestra, both groups giving regular seasons at Trinity Church, North Finchley, including some joint concerts.

  • Finchley Children's Music Group, Finchley, North London Founded in 1958 FCMG is well known and highly respected. Boys and Girls aged 5 to 18 learn the joy and discipline of choral singing to a high standard. Entrance to the Intermediate, Senior and Chamber Choirs is by audition while the Junior and Beginners training choirs introduce children to vocal technique and sight reading. New members always welcome.

  • Find Your Voice, The Sage Gateshead, Tyne & Wear This is a group singing lesson which focuses on developing good technique from the start, singing simple harmonies and explaining sheet music in an informal, supportive and fun way.

  • Fine City (Barbershop) Chorus, Norwich, Norfolk We are a men's barbershop chorus based in Norwich and are members of BABS: Barbershop singing was formally introduced to Norfolk in 1975 as a result of an evening class set up at Wensum Lodge in Norwich with the eight course members being conducted by Rosemary Kimmins. Very shortly after this the group formed themselves into the Norwich Barbershop Singers with Mrs Kimmins as their first Musical Director- a novel choice for an all male group, now some 35 years later we have another female Chorus Director, Carol Logan.  We sing unaccompanied, four part, close harmony songs scored for tenor, lead, baritone, and bass voices. Many of the songs date from the latter part of the 19th century onwards and are special arrangements of popular songs of yesteryear. Now of course more modern popular songs are sung such as written by the Beatles, Cole Porter, Hoagy Carmichael etc.
  • Finham Choral Society, Coventry Finham Choral Society, Coventry was founded in March 1980, as an adult, community choir. Over the years, our friendly choir has grown in size, experience and expertise and now has a membership of about 50 voices (S.A.T.B). The Choir has a varied repertoire and has developed a reputation for high quality singing in and around the Midlands. Finham Choral Society is a registered charity, number 1143877 and affiliated member of Making Music. We meet Wednesday evenings, 7.00 until 9.00, at St. Martin-in-the-Fields Church, Green Lane, Coventry, CV3 6EA. New members always welcome, no audition required.

  • Finzi Singers Staffordshire Professional choir specialising in British music of the 20th and 21st centuries, conducted by Paul Spicer

  • Fiorosa Camber Choir, Northampton A Chamber choir in the East Midlands. We rehearse in Northampton - good travelling distance from numerous places - and have a schedule that involves three rehearsals over a weekend (or something similar) followed by the concert. Opportunities for solos available.

  • Fisher Singers, Harrogate Started as a community choir based at St John Fisher School , Harrogate. That was 6 years ago. Now we have around 80 members who meet every Monday evening. During the last 6 years we have performed just about everything! Our BIG moments have included David Fanshawe's African Sanctus, Carmina Burana, Jenkins Mass for the Armed man and Handel's Messiah. This year we have Mozart's Requiem on the agenda as well as Philip Wilby's Passion For Our Time and the usual Christmas evtravaganzas!! Come and join us!

  • Fishermans Friends, Port Isaac, Cornwall The Fisherman’s Friends are shanty singers from Port Isaac on Cornwall’s rugged, panoramic north coast, who have delighted visitors and locals there for more than 15 years, Down on the harbour front of the tiny fishing village of Port Isaac, the authentic sound of the shanty can be heard loud and clear via the mighty, brawny chorale of The Fisherman’s Friends.

  • Fishpond Choir, Matlock Bath, Derbyshire Lively pub choir singing music from around the world in many styles and languages. All ages and abilities welcome as long as you can hold a tune! We rehearse on Monday nights at the Fishpond pub in Matlock Bath, and perform regularly throughout Derbyshire and occasionally as far afield as London and France. New members welcome.

  • Fitz Barbershop, Cambridge Fitzwilliam Barbershop was founded 22 years ago at Fitzwilliam College Cambridge, and has grown to be one of the University’s foremost a cappella groups, with members drawn from across the Cambridge colleges. Fitz Barbershop performs frequently across the country, including at the Edinburgh Fringe and the Voice Festival UK. Their most recent Fringe show, Aca-Demic (2016), was a sell out receiving both popular and critical acclaim, whilst previous Voice Festival appearances have drawn commendation including the prestigious Ward Swingle Award for Originality.

  • Fleet Choral Society, Hampshire We are a good, friendly choir, with over 100 members at present, and perform a wide variety of religious and secular works in three concerts per year. Our main concerts are in May and October with a Carol Concert at Christmas, and generally invite professional soloists and an orchestra to join us. 

  • Fleet Singers, Camden, London The Fleet Singers began in September 2008 when the Barts Choir decided to sponsor a local community choir. The South End Green locality was approached because the Musical Director of the Barts Choir, Ivor Setterfield, had conducted at two concerts arranged locally by the South End Green Association. Subsequently the Fleet Singers, together with the Barts Chamber Choir and Fleet School, who were also involved in Carmina Burana, put on a local Christmas concert in December. A strong link has been established between the Fleet Singers and Fleet School.

  • Fleetwood and District Choral Society, Fleetwood, Lancashire 70-strong choir performing standard choral repertoire with orchestra under the direction of a professional MD. Concerts with orchestra in December and May plus occasional lighter events.

  • Fletching Singers, Fletching, Nr Uckfield, E Sussex For over 30 years we have performed a wide variety of choral music in mid-Sussex and have built up a large and loyal following in the local community. The choir numbers about 45 regular members which enables us to perform some of the great masterpieces of the choral repertoire, such as Bach's St John Passion or Mozart's Requiem, as well as songs from the shows, partsongs, madrigals and folksongs. We frequently perform in aid of local charities, such as the St Peter and St James Hospice and Chernobyl's Children

  • Flimby Male Voice Choir, Cumbria The choir has been in existence since the late 19th century and at that time consisted of more than 60 choristers. In the early 20th century the choir changed its name to the Risehow and Gillhead Male Voice Choir because of its close association with these two local coal mines. The choir reverted back to its original name in the 1970's after the closure of the local mines. It has appeared three times at the Festival for Brass and Voices held at the Royal Albert Hall in aid of Cancer Research. Presently the choir consists of 27 members and offers its services free to charities, religious institutions and community good causes.

  • Flint Male Voice Choir, North Wales The choir was founded in Flintshire in 1975 and has some 75 members dedicated to the enjoyment of singing

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

  • Floreat Sonus, London The ensemble comprises some of the UK's finest professional singers, and is equally passionate about singing music from the Renaissance as they are singing Baroque, Twentieth Century and contemporary choral works.

  • Flying Shepherds, Usk, South Wales For over a decade the Flying Shepherds have become well known for their choral performances, both sacred and secular.  Taking their inspiration from a shared love of vocal music, and their name from a musical mistake, the Flying Shepherds have given concerts and performed musical settings of the Mass and other Christian services throughout South Wales. 

  • Folkestone Choral Society, Kent  Consisting of well over 100 voices, is the largest choir in the area and exists to bring the enjoyment of choral music sung to a high standard to the community of the Shepway District in Kent. Rehearsals are held each week to prepare for the four major concerts normally presented each year, all with professional orchestras and soloists. Some concerts also include popular concertos and orchestral pieces to complement the choral works. The Society aims to cover, over a run of years, all the major classical works for choir and orchestra from the 17th to the 21st centuries

  • Folks In Harmony, Bedhampton, Portsmouth, Hampshire Friendly mixed a cappella choir singing showtime favourites, popular and traditional songs. Performs as whole choir, with duets, quartets, octets too. Focuses on giving cheer in the community to those who need it. Looking for men (especially) and women who love to sing.

  • Fordingbridge Choral Society, Hampshire Fordingbridge Choral Society is based in the town of Fordingbridge in Hampshire, with around 60 members drawn from Fordingbridge and the surrounding area. Our repertoire ranges from madrigals and part songs to the great choral masterpieces. The works of Bach, Handel, Bernstein, Purcell and Haydn have all featured in our concerts.

  • Forest of Dean Male Voice Choir, Gloucestershire Formed in 1984 with 18 choristers, the membership has now risen to 40 and under the leadership of Musical Director Tracey Gwynne and Pianist Hayley Marangon the choir has gone from strength to strength and is appreciated by a wide variety of audiences. Over the years the choir has made many friends by singing regularly with other choirs at charity events throughout the Southwest of England and South Wales. The choir has also toured Cornwall on three occasions and twice to Germany.

  • Forest Row Choral Society, East Sussex The choir rehearses on Tuesday evenings from 8pm to 10pm during term time at Forest Row Primary School (see map here). We welcome anyone who wishes to sing with us. There are no auditions and rehearsals are paced so that learning can be by ear. The ability to read music is by no means essential. We have two main performances each year. In the spring term we work towards our Easter concert and in the Autumn term a concert in November/December, usually with a Carol concert too. In the summer term we sing a variety of music from around the world, culminating in a midsummer musical evening for our families and friends

  • Forest Singers. Mansfield, Nottinghamshire We are a 4 part mixed choir of about 22 members.  We do 4 or 5 concerts each year plus many weddings.  Our rehearsals are on Thursday evenings from 7.30 to 9pm in Mansfield and new members are always welcome to join this long established choir.

  • Formby Choral Society, Lancashire Formby Choral Society was originally formed as an evening class led by Roger Golder under the auspices of Lancashire County Council.  The Choir gave its first concert - Vivaldi's Gloria - in December 1966.  By 1968 the Choir was in a position to become and independent Choral Society.  It has continued to go from strength to strength and now has over 100 singing members.

  • Forres Big Choir, Forres, Moray, Scotland A mixed community choir, started in January 2004, led by experienced musician and choir leader Bill Henderson. We sing inspirational songs from around the world – If it inspires us we sing it! African, East European, Welsh, World Music, Taize, Traditional, Contemporary, and many more. I offer a safe atmosphere to discover and develop your natural singing voice. The choir is open to everyone, no auditions. No musical experience necessary, learning by ear.

  • Forte Gospel Choir, Coventry We are a new gospel choir in Coventry (Warwickshire and West Midlands) We are an amateur up-and-coming Coventry-based Gospel choir. We sing a mixture of gospel music and gospel arrangements of other songs. Most songs are in three parts – soprano, alto, tenor – and our recent repertoire includes Israel Houghton’s ‘Who is like the Lord?’ and Queen’s ‘Somebody to Love’. Anyone is welcome to join - it is an advantage to be able to read music and/or have sung in a choir before, but neither are pre-requisites to joining.
  • Forth Valley Chorus, Edinburgh Four-part harmony womens' chorus, 90+ members strong, 2009 Sweet Adelines UK & Netherlands Ladies Barbershop Champions, we sing at a variety of events and have lots of fun!

  • Fortune Green Choir, Hampstead, London We (a group of 40 to 60 people) meet at Emmanuel Church hall at the bottom of Lyncroft Gardens, West Hampstead, London NW6 1JU on Tuesday evenings in 'term time'. Come along at 18:50 for a 19:00 start and sing your heart out up to 20:30. We sing everything from pop to opera and when we sing in harmony we have soprano, alto, tenor and bass parts.

  • Fosse Singers, Leicester Fosse Singers was formed in 2007, so we are a young choir (Before you collectively add up our ages !). We meet on Wednesdays during term time at the Fosse Neighbourhood Centre, Mantle Road, Leicester, from  7-8:45pm. We perform a wide range of contemporary material from folk, to pop, to spirituals, to jazz, songs from the shows, and light classical, and welcome suggestions from members.
  • Foundling Museum Community Choir, London Our Community Choir is a sociable, adult choir open to everyone. Whether you’re a regular choir attendee, or wanting to test out your vocal skills for the first time, we would love to meet you. Established in 2009, the Community Choir continues the Foundling Hospital’s musical legacy which famously began with Handel’s involvement in the eighteenth century. Today the Choir is an ever-growing group of enthusiastic members from Camden and beyond, who share a passion for music and singing. Absolute beginners are welcome and no auditions are needed. You don’t need to be able to read music either.

  • Four Lanes Male Choir, nr Redruth, Cornwall With many successes in Festivals, they've twice won the Elgar Festival at Worcester, and in 1983 received a special audience award for the most enjoyable performance at the Sainsbury's competition.

  • Four Oaks Cluster Choir, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands The Choir is aimed at young singers in the Four Oaks area and throughout various schools in the 'cluster'. We currently have a strong membership of around 50.  New members are invited to audition each year, usually in September. Membership is free of charge and is open to anyone in year 5 upwards , and includes pupils from years 7 and 8.  Our foremost aim is to foster a love of singing. Enjoyment is a vital element in what we do: being part of a choir can develop self-esteem and confidence, as well as skills in teamwork and performance itself. There are also many chances to make new friends! We hope that the experiences the members gain though performing will stay with them for the rest of their lives.

  • Framingham Earl Singers, Norfolk Framingham Earl Singers was formed in 1994 by Peter Leonard who was Deputy Head at Framingham Earl School in South Norfolk. Our current conductor is Ian Hytch and our accompanist is Wilma Oliver. We are a friendly, mixed voice choir of 50 members and we do not audition members. We rehearse weekly during term times on Mondays evenings. We sing a wide variety of music from Choral to Musicals and hold three concerts each year in Norwich and the surrounding area. For the last three years we have enjoyed singing with an orchestra in our spring concert. We also sing at Carol services in local churches and at weddings.

    Free Range, Leeds, West Yorkshire Free Range has been going strong since 2007, currently we have 22 women and 10 men. We rehearse on Tuesday evenings in North Leeds and perform at least once a term. We sing a fairly wide mixture of popular and choral, songs from other countries, and original compositions by Frances Bernstein, our Musical Director. Our material is mainly secular and a capella, but nothing is ruled out - in 2012 we collaborated with musicians to perform the Latin American mass 'Misa Criolla.'

  • Freegard Singers, Sittingbourne, Kent We are a chamber choir with between 20 and 25 members who enjoy singing music, both a-capella and accompanied "From before Bach to beyond Bernstein". We are based in Sittingbourne in Kent

  • Friday Choir, Bloxwich, West Midlands: e-mail only: contact Chris Doherty  60 strong choir established in 1985. 3/4 performances per year raising money for various charities. Repertoire from show songs to choral works.

  • Friday Voices, Burton on Trent , Staffordshire A mixed voiced chamber choir of 18 voices singing a wide range of music from Bruckner to Durufle, Gershwin to Billy Joel. Performing in concert, competitions and available for weddings and special events.

  • Friends In Harmony, Rotherham, South Yorkshire Friends In Harmony are based in Rotherham but have members from all over South Yorkshire. We are a friendly sociable choir which has grown to over 50 members. We hold fundraising concerts for various charities. Our most recent concerts have raised money for Rotherham Cancer Care Centre, St Bartholmews Church, Badsley Primary School and MIND (Rotherham). We also sing at local community events such as the Rotherham Hospice Christmas Fair. We are members of the National Association of Choirs - Yorkshire South group.

  • Friends in Harmony Barbershop Chorus, Anglesey, Wales The ‘Friends’ first met in November 1978, a small group of four which gave its first concert in 1979. It grew and blossomed and by 1980 had performed some 23 concerts. The group joined BABS (the British Association of Barbershop Singers) in 1983 and continued to go from strength to strength and by the 1990’s were singing in competitions and appearing on television. Friends in Harmony currently has about 20 active singing members. Friends in Harmony is a fun group which lives up to its name, giving enjoyment to many and also maintaining a strong bond of friendship between its members.

  • Frimley Green Village Singers, Surrey 2017 offshoot of Ash Vale Village Singers, founded 2009. A small friendly group, for those with previous choir experience or none. No auditions, no reading. Men and women, mixed ages. Making particular use of 'learning by repetition' traditions like spirituals, sea shanties, African work songs etc. Also anything from medieval rounds to Elvis and the Beatles. Main objective: to blow away the cobwebs with a good sing on Mondays in Surrey school terms. Fieldian Hall, behind the Church on the Green (Methodist Church), Frimley Green GU16 6HF, close by the Rose and Thistle pub, 7.45 to 9.30 pm.

  • Frodsham & Distict Choral Society, Cheshire Founded in 1970. The choir is a registered charity and the aims are to educate the public in the art and science of music, by means of rehearsal, concert performances and other related activities. A mixed choir of amateur singers but we strive to present a professional image whilst enjoying what we do. We give three concerts a year of both sacred and secular music from Bach to Rutter either with full orchestra or an organ accompaniment.

  • Frome Community Choir, Frome, Somerset Founded in 2002 the choir is an open access choir of all ages- teenagers to mature pensioners and we number about 45-50.

  • Froxfield Choir, Froxfield, Petersfield, Hampshire Froxfield Choir aims to show just what an amateur chamber choir in a small English Village can achieve. Trained by our professional conductor Richard Smith we aim for the highest standard of performance. Our repertoire extends from the great choral works to lesser known pieces. Whilst we always keep a friendly social side our main business is to sing and to sing well.

  • Fulham Camerata, London An exciting new chamber choir, the Fulham Camerata is a unique combination of amateur and professional singers. We hold weekly rehearsals with our amateur group, who are joined by professional singers to create exciting and innovative performances. Singers receive individual lessons with the Musical Director and professional baritone Christopher Wray. The choir works frequently with its Composer-in-Residence Alexander Campkin to promote new music. We have recently changed our rehearsal day to Tuesdays from 7.30 - 9.30 due to other commitments which our Musical Director has on Thursdays, and have also changed our rehearsal venue to St Peter's Church, St Peter's Terrace, Fulham.

  • Fulham Children's Choir, London

  • Fulham & Hammersmith Choral Society, London The choir was formed in 1951 and has grown into the ambitious, 100-strong choir it is today. With no auditions, all skill levels are equally welcome. The choir gives at least three public performances each year, at Easter, in the Summer and at Christmas, when we also sing carols at a couple of underground stations to raise money for charity. However, it is not all hard work, we have socials every half term, an annual away day and the opportunity to go to the pub around the corner after rehearsals!

  • Full Circle Vocal Group, Surrey FCVG meets every week during term time and sings contemporary songs for fun. There is no audition required and everyone is welcome. If you would like more information on the choir and how to join, then please go to our website

  • Fundamental Gospel, Beckenham, Kent Led by experienced musical director Fiona Bolton, FUNdamentally GOSPEL is a fresh and exciting choir for residents of Beckenham and the local area, providing them with the opportunity to sing as a community whilst having lots of fun.

  • The Funky Little Choir Co, Christchurch & Bournemouth, Dorset Dorset's largest contemporary choir - a choir for all ages singing KT Tunstall, Elbow, The Beatles, Annie Lennox, you name it we sing it, Regional Winners of 2012 and 2010 In the Youth and adult section of BBC3 Choir of the year, performers on CBBC Glee and Don't Stop believing on Channel 4, performed at Orchestra in a field and performing at Camp Festival 2012 lots of events, lots of fun. A great community group who love what they do.

  • Funky Voices Adult Choir, Essex Founded in 2007, Funky Voices is the largest modern community choir in Essex and Suffolk with over 800 singers.  The choir is open to anyone over 16 and no audition or experience is required. Funky Voices sing modern music that can be enjoyed by everyone by artists such as Stevie Wonder, Elton John, Queen, Michael Jackson and more.  The choir perform to entertain and help raise funds for charities in the local community and worldwide on a regular basis throughout the year and have performed at some outstanding venues both nationally and internationally including the London Palladium, Trafalgar Square, London Southbank, Disneyland Paris, Berlin Pop Festival, New York as well as singing alongside Musical Theatre star Kerry Ellis, Brit award winners Blake, appearing on radio and releasing multiple albums on iTunes. Funky Voices also provide workshops and choir team building experiences for workplaces and groups.  For more information and to register for a free taster session please visit our website.

  • Furness Bach Choir, Cumbria Furness Bach Choir is a mixed adult choir of 30 to 40 voices, singing music composed over the past thousand years. We were formerly known as the Ulverston Bach Choir and rehearse in Ulverston on Tuesday evenings during term times. Members come from all over and around the Furness peninsula in South Cumbria to enjoy preparing and performing a wide range of choral music.

  • Fyvie Community Choir, Aberdeenshire, Scotland email only: contact Vivienne Tegg We practice in Fyvie Parish Church every Thursday at 7pm for an hour (followed by tea/coffee and home bakes !) We have 49 members registered, we started towards the end of 2012 and members come from Fyvie and the surrounding towns and villages (e.g. Banff, Methlick, Oldmeldrum, Rothienorman, Inverurie, St Katherines).  We try and have 3 performances a year (so far: Scottish night, Country & Western, Christmas) this year we’ll be doing a Sixties/Seventies night, WWI concert party and a Christmas concert as well as singing at other events.