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  • G.A.I.A.S. (Gospel and Inspiration At Sneinton), Nottingham email only: contact allsinging@hotmail.com A concert choir that sings inspirational songs, gospel and pop classics. Open to all 16yrs old and above. Rehearsals at Bakersfield Community Centre 7-9pm. New members ALWAYS welcome, no music reading skills necessary.
  • Gabalfa Community Choir, Cardiff, Wales We are an eclectic group of people mostly from around the Gabalfa area. We meet up once a week to sing music that inspires and encourages us. Gabalfa Community Choir was founded in 2010, initially comprising members from St. Mark's Church, Gabalfa, Cardiff. The main aim of the choir is to make friends and to make music. We encourage people who would not normally sing to experience the enjoyment of singing in a choir. We currently have 45 paid-up members and are preparing for our Christmas Concert on the 5th of December.
  • Gabrieli Consort & Players, London The Gabrieli Consort & Players were founded by Paul McCreesh in 1982 and gained prominence in their first decade with mould-breaking reconstructions of music for the great historic occasions of the Baroque. Since then, they have captivated audiences with their bold interpretations of a wide range of masterpieces from the 17th and 18th centuries. The ensemble's distinctive style, coupled with Paul McCreesh's expertise in authentic performance practice, has given Gabrieli's music-making a powerful appeal to 21st century audiences throughout the world

  • Gainsborough Choral Society, Lincolnshire Founded in 1860 and one of England's longest established societies.
  • Games Maker Choir, London A choir formed of Games Makers, volunteers who participated in the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The choir was set up during the Olympic Games after Victoria Verbi, a university student and Games Maker on the Olympic Park, place a call for singers in the volunteer's newsletter. Within two days she had more than 200 members.

  • Gargunnock Songsters, Gargunnock, Stirling, Scotland We are a mixed voice, enthusiastic community choir who sing for the joy and fun of singing – and we hope our audiences enjoy the experience too.  We are happy to speak to anyone who wishes to join our choir.  There are no auditions and there is no requirement to read music.  

  • Garleton Singers, Haddington, East Lothian A choir of some 60 members who perform 4 public concerts per year. Our repertoire includes major choral classic and also a wide range of other choral work from folk to jazz arrangements.

  • Garndiffaith Gleenmen, Wales

  • Gasworks Choir, Bristol Monster community choir of 130 people singing original arrangements of pop songs from the last century, surprises from far flung continents and a touch of the traditional. Directors are Dee Jarlett and Ali Orbaum (of Naked Voices/Sweet Soul Sisters).

  • Gathered Voices, Morcambe, Lancashire Gathered Voices (Formally known as Galloways Community Choir) began in 2001 with a few people singing around a piano. After a project with the Halle Orchestra our Musical Director, Jeff Borradaile took over the running of the Choir and since then we have gone from strength to strength, both in numbers and the quality of our singing. We are actually two friendly choirs which come together for various concerts and workshops. One is based at St. Theresa's in Penwortham and the other at Galloway’s at Balmoral Road, Morecambe. We sing in support of many charities in and around Preston and Morecambe.

  • Gathered Voices, Penwortham, Lancashire Gathered Voices Choir Penwortham is a choir of 50 members who have sung close harmony a cappella music for 10 years. We Meet on a Monday morning from 9.30

  • Gatley & District Choral Society, nr Stockport, Cheshire Our society was established in 1970 and is a group of 40 mixed voice singers who perform 3 concerts each year

  • Gaudeamus, Southend, Essex A 24 voice mixed chamber choir based in Southend, Essex. Repertoire including every kind of choral music from oratorio to barbershop, sacred music from every era, madrigals, folk songs, pop songs and songs from musicals

  • Gay Abandon, Leeds, Yorkshire A 60-strong mixed-voice choir of lesbians, gay men and bisexuals from all over Yorkshire. Singing a secular repertoire from Tudor to modern commissions since 1997, no formal auditions.

  • Gem Connection, Long Eaton, Nottingham  A chorus with over 40 members, which was founded in 1998. Since then the chorus has established itself as a dynamic talent. At our first appearance on the competitive stage in Harrogate in 1998 we were awarded the trophy for the Best New Chorus by the Ladies Association of British Barbershop Singers (L.A.B.B.S.). We have ladies of all ages (17 - 70+) and walks of life in the chorus, and this is just one of the reason that makes Barbershop singing such a fun thing to do. If you'd like to find out more about us, why not pop in at one of our rehearsals or contact us. GEM Connection's repertoire is very varied, ranging form ballad to pop, songs from musical and shows as well as traditional Barbershop songs, and all songs are performed in the Barbershop style.

  • Generation Community Choir, Gloucestershire We are based at a Church, however we sing a range of different songs, secular, and religious. The choir is open to all ages and abilities. We meet on the 3rd Saturday of every month. 

  • Genesis Chorale, West Byfleet, Surrey The Genesis Chorale is a mixed choir of some 50 voices who are based in and around the West Byfleet area of Surrey. The choir performs at least three concerts each year in the Spring, the Summer and at Christmas and tries to achieve a balance of singing new and lesser known works in addition to the firm favourites which are well known to audiences. The choir has always set out to be the friendliest in the area. New members rarely leave, because a heavy emphasis is placed on enjoyment both at rehearsals and in concert. For this reason, auditions are not required, and voices of all standards are invited to join. An ability to read music is an advantage, but not essential.

  • Gentlemen Songsters Male Voice Choir, Dudley They perform about 15 concerts a year, and have sung at the top of Ben Nevis!

  • Gesualdo Consort of London A professional group with an international reputation, specialising in Italian & English music of the High Renaissance

  • Get Singing Thornbury, South Gloucestershire A community singing group that meets weekly on Tuesday evenings.  Open access, all abilities are welcome.  We sing unaccompanied harmony songs including world, gospel, folk genres.

  • Ghyll Singers, Ulverston, South Cumbria  A Ladies Choir, we sing a wide range of original music and arrangements, in concerts across the Furness and Cartmel peninsulas, Copeland and the Lake District. The choir was founded in 1941 and is going from strength to strength today, with our  enthusiastic membership of thirty-five, plus our musical director, Deborah Milledge and accompanist, Margaret Harrison.

  • Gildenburgh Choir, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire  One of the most successful mixed-voice choirs within the Peterborough area for more than 40 years. We have nearly 50 members, all amateur singers, drawn from the city and surrounding areas, who meet once a week (Mondays) during term-times to rehearse for our concerts. We are currently recruiting for all parts but are particularly interested in more tenors joining us.

  • Gillingham Singers, Dorset

  • A long-established choir. There are no auditions and enthusiasm is more important to us than previous musical experience. The choir, currently numbering approximately 50 singers, rehearses on Monday evenings in Gillingham Methodist Church from 7-9pm. Major concerts are commonly given in late October/early November, December, late March/early April and May. 
  • Gippeswyk Singers, Ipswich, Suffolk An Ipswich based chamber choir, specialising in unaccompanied vocal settings covering a wide range of genres,  from the sixteenth century to the present day. We  have a policy of performing in aid of charitable causes around Suffolk and north Essex. We will also provide music for weddings and social events.

  • Glad Community Choir, Glasgow, Scotland Twice a year Glad Community Choir curates an evening of musical entertainment to showcase their most recent musical musings as well as introduce their audiences to other local artists and performers.  These sell out shows also function to raise money to support the Glad Foundation, a local charity that aims to make the art of music open and affordable to anyone who wishes to engage with it.  Since the choir's inception in 2012 all profits have gone directly to the Glad Foundation charity.  Through these donations, now amounting to many thousands of pounds, they have been able to fund music writing workshops in local primary schools, provide affordable instrument tuition for people in the local area and run an array of music based workshops for people with additional needs. 

  • Glasgow Cathedral Choral Society 60 voices of all ages, typically 5 concerts per year mostly in Glasgow Cathedral but also elsewhere, repertoire ranges from short pieces a capella to major works performed with professional orchestra and soloists.

  • Glasgow Chamber Choir Founded in 1994. It has a membership of around 30 and is one of Scotland's finest amateur choirs. The repertoire spans the Renaissance to the 20th century and recently included the Scottish premiere of a newly rediscovered work. They perform 4/5 concerts a year and are available for private performances including weddings and carol services.

  • Glasgow Gaelic Musical Association A choir which sings in Scottish Gaelic and which has been in existence since 1893. The GGMA is one of the most consistently successful Gaelic choirs and has won many awards.We have around 40 SATB singers - including many young people.
  • Glasgow Gospel Choir The Glasgow Gospel Choir is Glasgow’s premier gospel music outfit. The choir, established 10 years ago by Jerry Boweh - originally from Liberia - to bring a taste of gospel to Glasgow, is an amateur, non-denominational community choir which has performed in venues throughout Scotland.

  • Glasgow Lyric Choir Glasgow Lyric Choir is the West End's local choir. We are based at Wellington Church just off University Avenue . The Choir performs a wide repertoire of music from Bach to Burns and from Sondheim to Schubert. 

  • Glasgow Madrigirls Madrigirls was formed in 2000 by co-directors Katy Cooper and Catriona Hutchinson. The group now consists of around 32 female undergraduates, postgraduates, alumni and friends of the University of Glasgow. As well as an annual Advent carol service in the University Chapel, we sing in venues across Glasgow and the UK and have recently performed in venues such as the Kibble Palace (Glasgow); St Andrew's in the Square (Glasgow); St Mungo's (Simonburn); Jedburgh Abbey; St Peter's (Goodwick); Mansfield Traquair (Edinburgh); St Magnus Cathedral (Kirkwall, Orkney); and   at Hebden Bridge Arts Festival and Four Fools Folk Festival.

  • Glasgow Music Studio Glee Choir Come and join choir leader Lu Angel at Glasgow Music Studios to sing, laugh, learn new skills and meet new people. Material will stretch from contemporary to classic standards with a contemporary twist. You will learn how to breath, lead and harmonize in a simple organic way. Revolutionize your experience of music . Take your confidence to a new level. We cant wait to meet you.

  • Glasgow Philharmonic Male Voice Choir 50-strong, and awarded a First Class Certificate at the 2002 Glasgow Music Festival.

  • Glasgow Phoenix Choir, Scotland The Glasgow Phoenix Choir rose from the ashes of the world-famous Glasgow Orpheus Choir in 1951 when that choir disbanded after 50 years of choral excellence. Eighty-three members of the Orpheus, founded the Phoenix and continued the excellent traditions of its predecessor. Since then the Phoenix has been at the forefront of choral music in Scotland and beyond and under the present conductor, Marilyn J. Smith, has seen many innovations to the Choir’s repertoire.

  • Glasgow School of Art Choir, Glasgow, G3 6RQ The Glasgow School of Art Choir is a non-auditioned ensemble primarily comprising past and present staff and students of The Glasgow School of Art. The choir was founded with the principal aim of creating an amateur chorus which would perform to a standard far above that of an average amateur group, an objective we continue to pursue. The ensemble has quickly gained a reputation for outstanding musical discipline and is committed to expanding its repertoire and the musicianship of its members. Although the ensemble is closely affiliated with The Glasgow School of Art there is no requirement for our members to be affiliated in any way with the institution: the choir is non-auditioned and open to all.

  • Glasgow University Chapel Choir The Chapel Choir of The University of Glasgow consists of thirty-two auditioned singers, formed of a mixture of volunteers, choral exhibitioners and professional Lay Clerks. In addition to the funded Lanfine Choral Awards, all members of the choir receive free singing tuition. The choir also has around ten associate singers who join us for concerts and some other events

  • Glasgow University Choral Society, Scotland A University-wide organisation. Membership is open to anyone within the wider University Community, and others by arrangement. There are no auditions. Performances are given twice a year, in Semesters 1 and 2. Rehearsals are in the Concert Hall on Thursday evenings 5.15 p.m. to 7.00 p.m.

  • Glasgow Youth Choir The choir takes members from as young as 5 years old to girls in their early twenties. They're split into two sections - junior and senior - each group rehearsing weekly at Glasgow Caledonian University

  • Glasgow’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 Wednesday evenings 6.30-8pm at Partick Burgh Halls, 9 Burgh Hall Street, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, G11 5LW. Please e-mail info@gotsoul.org.uk to book a FREE taster session.

  • Glastonbury Male Voice Choir, Somerset  Formed in 1923 has continued to perform for charity and fund raising organisations county-wide. Current membership of 32 under the musical direction of a young talented professional. Sings a wide variety of music from Sacred, Folk, Contemporary and songs from the shows. Performs at about 12 concerts a year and hosts its own annual 'Guest Night' in May and a special Christmas concert.

  • Glebe Singers, Market Deeping, Lincoln Founded in 1999, the Glebe Singers, based in Market Deeping Lincolnshire, now have just over 50 members of all ages and abilities. We perform music of all genrés from sacred to secular and requiems to show pieces.

  • Gledholt Male Voice Choir, Huddersfield, W. Yorkshire 50-strong, and recently celebrating their fiftieth year, they're the only male voice choir remaining within the old Huddersfield boundary.

  • Glee Bah Gum, Sheffield, Yorkshire A community glee club for all ages based in Sheffield.  Performing to music of all types ranging from pop hits to musical theatre classics we only have 1 rule - Enjoy Yourself!

  • Glee Club UK, Leighton Buzzard, BedfordshireGlee Club UK - A group of community choirs based in several areas including London, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Hampshire. Everyone from 16 to 100+ is warmly welcomed. Our songs are in beautiful four part harmony and everyone sings the whole song with either the tune or a harmony or a counter melody. We have no solos or auditions so please come along to try a session with us. We perform in the local community and for charities several times a year.

  • Glee Club UK, Windsor, Winnersh and Twyford, Berkshire Glee Club UK - A group of community choirs based in several areas including London, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Hampshire. Everyone from 16 to 100+ is warmly welcomed. Our songs are in beautiful four part harmony and everyone sings the whole song with either the tune or a harmony or a counter melody. We have no solos or auditions so please come along to try a session with us. We perform in the local community and for charities several times a year.

  • Glee Club UK, Aylesbury, High Wycombe, Marlow and Buckingham, Buckinghamshire Glee Club UK - A group of community choirs based in several areas including London, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Hampshire. Everyone from 16 to 100+ is warmly welcomed. Our songs are in beautiful four part harmony and everyone sings the whole song with either the tune or a harmony or a counter melody. We have no solos or auditions so please come along to try a session with us. We perform in the local community and for charities several times a year.

  • Glee Club UK, Solent, Hampshire Glee Club UK - A group of community choirs based in several areas including London, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Hampshire. Everyone from 16 to 100+ is warmly welcomed. Our songs are in beautiful four part harmony and everyone sings the whole song with either the tune or a harmony or a counter melody. We have no solos or auditions so please come along to try a session with us. We perform in the local community and for charities several times a year.

  • Glee Club UK, Hitchen, Hertfordshire Glee Club UK - A group of community choirs based in several areas including London, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Hampshire. Everyone from 16 to 100+ is warmly welcomed. Our songs are in beautiful four part harmony and everyone sings the whole song with either the tune or a harmony or a counter melody. We have no solos or auditions so please come along to try a session with us. We perform in the local community and for charities several times a year.

  • Glee Club UK, Clapham and Wimbledon, London Glee Club UK - A group of community choirs based in several areas including London, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Hampshire. Everyone from 16 to 100+ is warmly welcomed. Our songs are in beautiful four part harmony and everyone sings the whole song with either the tune or a harmony or a counter melody. We have no solos or auditions so please come along to try a session with us. We perform in the local community and for charities several times a year.

  • Glee Singers, Falmouth, Cornwall e-mail only: contact Geoff Pollard 14 strong group from various choirs and singing groups in Falmouth performing close harmony unaccompanied concerts for various local charities.

  • Glen Chorale, East Sussex  We are a four part mixed choir, no auditions required, no need to be able to read music, though this would be an advantage. We run a two session year with public concerts in June and December. Anyone wishing to join is welcome to come and listen before deciding to join.

  • Glits, Edinburgh We are a ladies choir who perform traditional choral concerts,  performances featuring a mix of song and poetry with a common theme and music theatre productions.  We consist of around twenty versatile and talented women who work hard and share the aim of raising money for charity and giving pleasure to our loyal audiences. We rehearse on a Tuesday night at Barclay Viewforth Church, 1 Wright’s Houses, Edinburgh EH10 4HR and members are expected to memorise all music and attend regularly.  Our strongest features are the beautiful blend of our voices and our flexibility of style.

  • Global Harmony, St Albans, Herts  We are a friendly group of singers that sing unaccompanied world songs. We meet in St. Albans, Hertfordshire, UK. No previous singing experience is needed and we do not use written music - everything is taught by ear, so you just need enthusiasm! We sing a varied selection of music, usually in four part harmony, including African, Doo-Wop & Gospel styles.

  • Global Harmony, Exeter/Totnes, Devon Led by Roz Walker, this community choir based in Exeter, Devon, along with its sister choir in Totnes, sings and performs a range of styles, from African songs to Georgian hymns to pop classics and more. We sing a-cappella in multi-part harmony and give regular performances throughout the Westcountry.

  • Global Harmony, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire We are s a mixed voice world music community with over 60 members and is open to all without audition. Songs are taught by ear without music scores.  The choir gives around 3 local concerts a year and travels further afield to perform when invited – this year to London and the Loire Valley France.  Above all it meets on Mondays to have fun just singing.

  • Glór, the Choir of St John's Church, Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Lancashire We rehearse nearly every Monday evening, in St John's Church, between 7:30 - 9:00pm(ish!). Our repertoire ranges from Traditional Irish songs, through sacred choral music, to modern secular items. The choir come from all sorts of backgrounds, but the majority were new to Choral music when they joined, so don't worry if you have not sung before or you can't read music. There are no auditions, we suggest that you just give it a try for a few weeks before you decide if it is for you.

  • Glorious Chorus, South Devon Started in Totnes, Devon, in September 2003, by Helen Yeomans, a local singer/songwriter. The choir quickly grew and now stands at over 40-strong. Most of the music is in the gospel & blues genre, and almost all written by Helen herself. The choir attracts members from different parts of Devon and includes some fine soloists, including Louise Parker and Gale Alexander. The repertoire embraces many themes, focusing on modern spirituality, peace, the global family and love.

  • Gloucester Choral Society Founded in 1845, they've played a large part in promoting choral music locally and have commissioned a number of new works. Their conductor is the incumbent Director of Music at Gloucester Cathedral, the venue for their concerts.

  • Gloucester Gallery Quire email only: contact: elizabethakhurst@talktalk.net  Formed in October 1994, the Gloster Gallery Quire is based upon churches in the eastern suburbs of the city of Gloucester, most of which have no conventional choir.  The quire now has about 35 members, including 9 instrumentalists playing flutes, violins, clarinets, a bassoon and a double bass.

  • Gloucester Got2Sing Contemporary Choir Fun and friendly contemporary adult choirs at locations across the Midlands including Stourbridge, Worcester, Wolverhampton, Bewdley, Telford, Shrewsbury, Hereford and Gloucester. The relaxed weekly sessions provide members with tuition in vocal technique, harmony and performance as they sing songs from the world of pop, the classics and musical theatre. There are also unique performance opportunities, concerts, workshops, social events and choir tours. You don’t need to audition, have any singing experience or be able to read music – just a love of singing! Simply turn up for a FREE taster session to see if Got 2 Sing® is for you. Anyone 18 and over is welcome.

  • Gloucester & District Christian Choir, Gloucestershire The Gloucester and District Christian Choir was formed, under the Direction of Musical Director, Pamela Dewick, about six years ago, to support Roger Jones and Christian Music Ministries, in the Gloucester Production of Snakes and Ladders. The Choir has grown in those six years to about 50 members – half way to the original vision of a choir of 100.  About 14 different churches are represented in the choir and members come from all parts of Gloucestershire.

  • Glynneath Male Choir, Neath Port Talbot, Wales Glynneath Male Voice Choir - The most successful choir from the Neath Valleys, formed in 1962 by members of Glynneath Rugby Club and ex members of past choirs in the locality. Over the years the choir has sung at hundreds of venues all over the world

  • Godalming Choral Society, Surrey A 120+ strong choir originally established in 1856 , and was re-formed, under the late James Vine, in 1967. Subsequently Nicholas Steinitz was our musical director from 1984 to 2006. Under their leadership of the choir became one of Surrey's leading choirs. Continuing this tradition, we are very pleased to announce that Michael Veazey joined us as conductor and musical director at the beginning of 2007.

  • Godalming Rock Choir, Surrey Choirs for juniors age 6-10, young adults and adults ages 10 upwards singing Rock, Pop, Motown and Gospel.

  • Godwine Choir We're a young group of semi-professional singers focussing on a capella music from the 19th and 20th centuries. We rehearse weekly in St. George's Church, Borough, and are always looking for new members willing to audition.

  • Golden Oldies Choir, Bath, Somerset In the past ten years, we have come a long way and now run our popular singing and activity sessions across England and Wales. Those attending are older people who are socially isolated as well as people with learning difficulties and dementia. For many “Goldies” is their lifeline and we hear this at every session from the people who attend.

  • Goldsmiths Choral Union Goldsmiths Choral Union is one of London’s leading amateur choirs, giving quality performances of great choral works in London’s major venues, and rehearsing in South Kensington. All are welcome at GCU, but we particularly welcome young members to the choir: those under 30 can join for a half-price rate.

    Gonville & Caius College Choir, Cambridge The Choir of Gonville & Caius College sings regular Chapel services on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, and also has a busy programme of additional activities, including broadcasts on BBC Radio and Television, concerts, foreign tours and commercial recordings. The choir sings under the direction of the Director of Music, Dr Geoffrey Webber, assisted by two Organ Scholars.

  • Good Afternoon Choir, Bath, Somerset Another highly successful project from Grenville Jones - his Good Afternoon Choirs. The Bath group meets every Thursday afternoon in the centre of the City and has over 80 members. The Devizes Good Afternoon Choir which started in 2011 also has over 80 singers. The Devizes group meet on Friday afternoons at St Andrews Church, Long Street. Both choirs rehearse from 2pm to 4pm and are taken by Grenville. No auditions, singing for everyone with the accent firmly on enjoyment, making friends and performing at concerts.

  • Good Vibrations Community Choir, Cambridge Want to be part of a vibrant friendly group, singing songs in harmony from different styles and traditions and have fun? Would you like to develop confidence in singing with others and maybe perform? This might well be the group for you! No auditions, you just need to feel you can hold a tune. Everything is taught by ear and both experienced and less experienced singers are very welcome

  • Gorbals Community Choir, Glasgow, Scotland We are a proper authentic community choir where there is always a warm welcome, a friendly face, some sumptuous harmonies and definitely a few giggles along the way! We sing a broad repertoire of songs; Gospel, popular, folk, with a world music influence. There are no auditions and no need to read music, but we are committed to creating a polished sound that audiences seem to love.

  • Goring Chamber Choir, Goring-on-Thames, Oxfordshire. The choir, formed in the early 1950s, has a membership of between 40 and 50. Since 1979 the choir has annually sung services over a weekend in English Cathedrals, a tradition begun by Andrew Mackay who was the choir's conductor for over ten years. The choir's Golden Anniversary was marked with a performance of Handel's Dixit Dominus with the baroque orchestra Charivari Agréable Simfonie.  Many members have been with the choir for over twenty years, some over thirty.  Although no longer a small group, with singers coming from a wide area of the Thames valley, the members of the choir are still friends who have pleasure singing together.

  • Gosforth Community Choir, Tyne & Wear Our repertoire includes traditional arrangements, songs from the musicals and, of course, carols. We meet on Thursday evenings from 7.30 at St Aidan's church hall, Brunton Park.

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  • Gospel Generation Community Choir , Bristol  We have been going for over 10 years now. We have three choirs based in Bristol and are about to launch a fourth choir in Northwood, London.

  • Gospel Phonics, Hampshire We are a community choir based in Eastleigh in Hampshire and like to perform concerts in the local area in support of charities.

  • Gospel Shock, Scorton, North Yorkshire Gospel choir rehearses Tuesday evenings 7:30 till 9:30pm in the Methodist Chapel. Being in the choir does not preclude that you are an evangelical! The choir is more about the rebuilding of community singing and performance participation. We sing mostly Gospel styled music but also songs with a message. The choir caters for age ranges 15 upwards. All performers must be prepared to sing out and move about with plenty of clout! Inhibitions left at home.

  • Gospel Truth Choir A collective of session vocalists from Scotland who get together to sing a wide variety of material in a gospel style.

  • Gotherington Singers, Gloucestershire A well established female choir from Cheltenham, who perform locally to raise money for charity. We sing at weddings and funerals, take part in competitions and also tour abroad. Our repertoire is wide and varied, both religious and secular, from classical and traditional to musical theatre and contemporary.

  • Gothic Voices UK, London Founded in 1980 and featuring their current personnel since 1995, Gothic Voices have made more than 20 CDs on the Hyperion label, three of them Gramophone award winners. Their concert programmes exploit the extraordinary diversity of timbre and texture possible in music varying from one to four voices, taking full advantage of the wealth of experience which the individual singers bring to the group

  • Govan Citadel Songsters, Glasgow, Scotland In 1898 the first songster brigade (choir) was formed in Penge, South London, and soon such brigades began to spring up all over the country. A large number of Salvation Army corps (churches) in the UK have both a band and a songster brigade whose primary aim is to convey the Christian message through music. All members of these Army musical groups are committed Christians and uniformed members of The Salvation Army.

  • Govan Gaelic Choir, Glasgow The Choir meets each Wednesday, outwith school holidays, in Partick South Church, 259 Dumbarton Road, 7.30-9.50pm with a short break midway through the evening.  Additional practices are arranged before the Mod. Throughout the session Choir practices concentrate on the learning of songs for the National Mod and on preparing songs for the annual concert (usually March) and for other events.

  • Govanhill Voices, Scotland You think you can't sing? Give it a go anyway, this is about bringing together adults from all backgrounds and nationalities to have fun singing together. We sing accessible unaccompanied harmony songs from around the world. No experience or training is needed, everything's taught by ear so you don't need to be able to read music. Anyone is welcome, there's no audition and no pressure.

  • Grace Darling Singers, N. Cheshire They specialise in Gallery Music, the vigorous music to be heard in English churches and chapels c.1700-1850, and in American music of a similar date, especially by William Billings (1746-1800). But the only real criterion for their music-making is whether it's fun and rewarding.

  • Gradualia, Oxford A vocal consort specialising in the music of the Renaissance. The group was founded in October 2001, in order to explore the vocal repertoire of the 15th to 17th Centuries

  • Grange Choral Society, Christchurch, Dorset The Society was formed in 1961 by Geoffrey Stark and since this time, has increased in numbers and in strength to over 150 members. The venue for our concerts is the beautiful Christchurch Priory Church where over 900 years of history lends the perfect ambiance to the music of traditional and modern composers of the great choral works through the centuries.

    Granite City Barbershop Chorus, Aberdeen, Scotland. We are members of the British Association of Barbershop Singers and meet in Aberdeen every Tuesday to practice. Like other such barbershop choruses around the UK we regularly "Sing-out" at many venues in the locality,  Residential and Nursing homes, private and local authority functions and for organisations such as the National Trust for Scotland. We compete at the annual BABS convention and at local singing festivals. We were formed in 1991 and have a membership of 40+ guys and looking to expand.

  • Gransdens Church Choirs, Cambridgeshire We sing every Sunday for the morning service, either in Great or Little Gransden Churches, and practice at Great & Little Gransden Church every Wednesday 6.30-7.15p

  • Granta Chorale, Saffron Walden, Essex A small, dynamic and ambitious chamber choir singing a wide range of mainly a capella music based around Saffron Walden. Singers travel from Herts, Cambs and Essex to create an exciting new sound with MD Janet Wheeler. We have a short run of rehearsals for each concert rather than throughout the year.

  • Grantham Choral Society, Lincoln Grantham Choral Society has been rehearsing and performing concerts together for over 36 years. We perform major concerts organised with professional soloists and orchestra annually as well as a traditional Christmas Carol Concert each year

  • Grassington Singers, Yorkshire We are a very friendly organization of local people who just enjoy singing.  We sing a wide range of music and meet on Friday evenings in the School Room of the Methodist Chapel in Chapel Street, Grassington. We have a cup of tea and a chat at 7.00 and start singing at 7.30.  Anyone is welcome to come along - you do not need any previous experience or the ability to read music.

  • Gravesham Choral Society, Gravesend, Kent 140-strong, singing in Gravesend and Rochester Cathedral, along with 2 carol concerts, an annual come-and-sing, and participation in County Singing Days.

  • Greater Manchester Humanist Choir, Lancashire Welcome to the Greater Manchester Humanist Choir! This is a group for those who enjoy singing non-religious music and songs, whilst promoting humanism.

  • Great Missenden Choral Society, Buckinhamshire The Choir’s beginning in 1948 was a course of lectures on music appreciation given under the auspices of the Workers Educational Association (WEA),  held in the Great Missenden Village Hall.  The lecturer, Herta Grove, says in her recorded accounts that this was not to involve listening to gramophone records but that the class was going to have to make its own music by unaccompanied part-singing.  She managed to convey sufficient enthusiasm to her class that at the end of the course they kept going as a choir with Herta Grove continuing as Music Director and rehearsing in the Meeting Hall of the Gerhardi electroplating works, situated within a stone’s throw of the Choral Society’s present place of rehearsal.

  • Great Missenden Festival Choir, Great Missenden, Bucks A choir for confident soprano, alto, tenor and bass singers who are comfortable with 3 rehearsals followed by a concert: commitment is on a concert by concert basis.

  • Great Moor Singers, Stockport, Cheshire We are a community ladies choir, based at Stockport Sunday School, Nangreave Road, Stockport, SK2 6DQ. Rehearsals are on Thursdays in term-time, 7.30 - 9.30pm

  • Great Oakley Choir, Essex We are a friendly church and community choir based in a Great Oakley, North East Essex.  We are around 30 men, women and young people, singing SATB.  We sing a wide variety of sacred, classical, spiritual and popular music.  There is no need to audition and experienced singers willingly and ably help and mentor less experienced singers.

  • Great Western Chorus, Bristol The Great Western Chorus of Bristol (GWC) was formed in 1974 following inspiration from a touring American chorus, The GWC has been bringing joy and entertainment to British, European and American audiences ever since, with its unique blend of 50-plus unaccompanied male voices, performing wonderful close harmony arrangements. We perform songs from across the whole spectrum of popular music, from Rat Pack classics to more contemporary songs by Lady GaGa and Clean Bandit, as well as unforgettable show-stoppers from the world of musical theatre and inspirational/sacred songs. We rehearse on Wednesday evenings at: .Bristol Plays Music, Stanton Road, Southmead, Bristol BS10 5SJ

  • Greatest Hits Choir, Buckinghamshire The Greatest Hits Choir enables you to learn to sing your favourite pop songs with other local amateur singers. You will learn to sing along to backing tracks of your favourite pop songs. You can sing solo, backing vocals or just the doh-wah-diddy-diddies; whatever takes your fancy.

  • Green Street Blues, Sevenoaks, Kent Green Street Blues is an-award winning ladies' a cappella group, founded in 1999 and drawing on talent from Kent and South East London. Specialising in the unique close-harmony Barbershop sound; this high-energy troupe of dedicated singers bring together entertainment, glamour and top class sound, under the direction of Peter Kennedy. We are actively recruiting and rebuilding.

  • Greenstede Singers, East Grinstead, West Sussex We are a Ladies' Chamber Choir, based in East Grinstead and directed by Marion Shuster. We sing a classical and traditional-based repertoire in Festivals and concerts locally. In a lighter vein, we like to mix our classical songs with music of a jazzier mood, such as Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy, Don't Sit Under The Apple tree , Dream A Little Dream Of Me or Make You Feel My Love and arrangements of traditional folk songs.

  • Grenoside Singers, Sheffield, Yorkshire Grenoside is a village 6 miles to the north of Sheffield, on the borders of the Pennines and with open countryside and moors to the north and west. The roots of the Grenoside Singers go back a long way. A choir called the ‘Sheffield Orpheus’ disbanded in 1951 and the Grenoside Male Voice Choir was created by some of the members. In 2006, with only 20 active members remaining, the difficult decision was taken to disband the Male Voice Choir but to create a new choir, The Grenoside Singers. The new choir was formed at the beginning of 2007 and has been a huge success with current membership running at over 50 voices. The choir always welcomes new members.  

  • Gresley Male Voice Choir, Derbyshire Based in Swadlincote, nestled at the southern tip of Derbyshire, England, Gresley takes its name from the Parish of Church Gresley nearby, where the choir was born in 1906. The choir has over 50 members and fulfils on average 22 engagements a year performing for a range of societies from small groups, churches to national bodies, and has toured extensively, in the U.K., Ireland, Europe and U.S.A. including a number of choir exchange visits.

  • Grimsby and Cleethorpes Ladies Choir, Lincolnshire We are a choir of about 40 ladies who sing a mixed repertoire under the leadership of our musical director Rita Groves. Formed in 1971 we have sung in Spain, Ireland and Italy in recent years, as well as this country.

  • Grimsby & Cleethorpes Orpheus Male Voice Choir, Lincolnshire Formed in 1949, and now with 60-plus members, with twinning links in Germany, Holland and Sweden

  • Grimsby Bach Choir, Lincolnshire A small, friendly choir with 2 main concerts a year and a Wassail at Christmas

  • Grimsby Philharmonic Society, Lincolnshire Grimsby Philharmonic Society has been a focal point for good music in the area for more than 150 years, since January 1852

  • Grosvenor Chapel Choir, London The Choir of the Grosvenor Chapel sings at the Eucharist each Sunday morning (except during August), and for the great festivals of the Church's calender. The regular ensemble of five voices is frequently joined by extra singers. The choir also gives concerts, and has a busy schedule of weddings and extra services. Their repertoire includes music from the renaissance to the 20th century, and Easter is always marked by a Viennese mass setting with orchestral accompaniment. Recent collaborations with the period instrument ensemble The Brook Street Band have included performances of Bach masses and cantatas in the context of the liturgy.

  • Grosvenor Chorale, Belfast Its special interests are 20thC French music and Renaissance church music & madrigals. First recording issued 1996. Grand Finalists in the BBC Radio 3 Choir of the Year 2008

  • Groves Community Gospel Choir, York An amateur gospel choir based in York. Anyone and everyone is welcome to join us, even if you just want to try it out for a few weeks to get a taste of what we do. There aren't any auditions so feel free to just turn up! We meet at St. Thomas' Church on Lowther Street on Mondays, 7.30pm.

  • Grove Consort, Belfast, County Antrim Formed in 2004, the Grove Consort is a flexible ensemble of between 3 and 12 voices, drawing its membership from some of the leading young singers in Northern Ireland. The Grove Consort is available for a wide variety of engagements, from regular church services to weddings and other celebratory functions to lighter concerts. The ensemble's wide-ranging collective choral knowledge and experience can be set to work to tailor programmes to suit your exact requirements.

  • Guernsey Choral and Orchestral Society A mixed voice adult choir of about 100 voices and an orchestra formed principally to accompany the choral works. The choir is entirely amateur as is the orchestra with the exception of a few professional players and other professional musicians such as local music teachers. The choir rehearses every Tuesday from September to June in the Ladies College. Potential new members are welcome to join us for a few weeks prior to full membership, which is subject to audition. The Society was formed in 1948 as the Guernsey Choral Society. The orchestra was formed in 1971 and the Society name changed to the present form.

  • Guildford Cathedral Choir, Surrey Since its inception in 1961 under Barry Rose, and under its successive directors Philip Moore, Andrew Millington and Stephen Farr, it has won an international reputation for its singing. The basis of the choir’s work is the regular singing of cathedral services, but there are other exciting activities, which include recording, broadcasting and touring, as well as frequent concert appearances in the cathedral and elsewhere. In recent years the choir of boys and men has toured in Germany, Holland, the USA and Denmark, and has appeared on numerous occasions on Radio 3, BBC1, Channel 4 and at the BBC Promenade concerts.

  • Guildford Chamber Choir, Surrey. Founded in May 1980 with the aim of performing choral music of the highest quality with a focus on the best of ancient and modern music, both sacred and secular, whilst also reviving lesser known works and commissioning new pieces

  • Guildford Choral Society Enjoy an exhilarating and rewarding musical experience; find new friends and a fresh social life; help enrich the musical life of Guildford with this 190 voice choir.

  • Guildford Harmony Ladies Barbershop Chorus of about 30 voices. Our particular style of singing, in case you are unaware, is a form of A Capella four-part harmony and our wide repertoire extends from traditional "barbershop" style songs, classic & contemporary ballads, show-stoppers through to up-beat “jazzy” and popular numbers. 

  • Guildford Rock Choir, Surrey. Choirs for juniors age 6-10, young adults and adults ages 10 upwards singing Rock, Pop, Motown and Gospel

  • Guildford Vox Community Choir Guildford Vox began life in November 2005 at The Guildford Institute, directed by singer and conductor Anna Tabbush. We're already enjoying a sizeable and enthusiastic membership, and our repertoire consists of contemporary and traditional songs from the British Isles and around the world. Unlike most choirs, all of the material is taught by ear - no dots whatsoever!

  • Guisborough Choral Society, North Yorkshire A mixed voice choir, normally performing three concerts per year. The choir rehearses on Wednesday evenings (7.30pm – 9.30pm) in Laurence Jackson School.

  • Gurt Lush Choir, Bristol  he Gurt Lush Choir was started in October 2009 by Sam Burns, a singing teacher from Bristol.  The 200 strong choir sings an eclectic and adventurous mixture of Eastern European and English folk, hot gospel, pop, soul and classical. 'Gurt Lush' is a Bristolean phrase meaning both 'big' and 'very', both of which are are perfect (along with 'lush') to describe the choir.

  • Guys No Dolls, Salisbury, Wiltshire You don't have to read music, and there's certainly no audition. Just a desire to sing, a good sense of fun and the constitution to be ready for anything

  • Gwalia Singers, Swansea, Wales A Male Voice Choir drawn from all areas of Swansea. The choir was founded in 1966 and has typically consisted of 40-45 members for more than 30 years . One of the strengths of the choir is the variety of repertoire, which includes classical, folk songs, traditional, historical, show-time songs and barbershop.

  • Gwalia Male Voice Choir, London Based at London Welsh Association in Gray's Inn Road, this 30 voice choir has a wide ranging repertoire. Sang at Shirley Bassey's televised 60th birthday party and have performed with Chris De Burgh and "Lemon Jelly"

  • Gwent Bach Society, Abergavenny

  • Gwent Male Voice Choir - see Côr Meibion Gwent, SE Wales