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  • Hackney Children Choir Hackney Children’s Choir is a joint project between St Paul’s Cathedral’s internationally renowned Music Department and St Paul’s Church West Hackney. The Hackney Children’s Choir is directed by Tom Daggett, who leads St Paul’s Cathedral’s Music Outreach, and is accompanied by Ginny Strawson, one of Hackney’s leading piano and violin teachers.

  • Hackney Secular Singers The Hackney Secular Singers are an awesome punk choir. We practice most weeks at St John’s Church, Bethnal Green from 7.30-8ish. Why not join us? We love to do gigs. We did one at the Dublin Castle in Camden the other day supporting Trash Money. The consensus was that we rocked. The consensus among ourselves, that is. But I think most other people there agreed too.

  • Hackney Singers, London From a small group of women singers as an evening class under the leadership of Lilian Wilson, the Hackney Singers has developed into an independent mixed choir with over 120 members. We are different from many other singing groups. We have an open-door policy and do not hold auditions everybody, regardless of experience, is welcome to join the Thursday night rehearsals.
  • Hackney Voices Community Choir, London We started in 2010 and now have 43 members.

  • Haddenham Singers, Cambridgeshire e-mail only: contact: mail@sarah-burton.co.uk An all-female choir based in the village of Haddenham, Cambridgeshire. We sing a wide range of music in three-part harmony. Although standards are high, we have an open door policy, and do not audition. New members are always welcome.

  • Haddo House Choral & Operatic Society, Aberdeenshire, Scotland Founded in 1947 by Lady Aberdeen, Marchioness of Aberdeen & Temair, and her late husband, the society is best known for its annual opera and oratorio productions. We have a thriving junior section as well as the senior choir and our operas at Easter are all professional, apart from the chorus.
  • Hadleigh Choral Society, Suffolk We are a 100-strong mixed choir with roots that go back over 120 years. We enjoy singing mainly from the established choral repertoire when we perform with the Colchester Symphony Orchestra and professional soloists. We have two main concerts each year which take place in the centre of Hadleigh at St Mary's Church. We also perform a mix of lighter music at Christmas and two summer concerts.
  • Hadleigh Community Choir, Suffolk e-mail only: contact choir@opensecret.co.uk A Choir for anyone over 16 who would like to sing with a choir and give public performances for charity and other good causes. There are no auditions and the music is light and popular. Rehearsals are on Thursdays at 7.15pm for a 7.30pm start in the United Reform Church off Market Place, Hadleigh, Suffolk IP7 5DL

  • Hadley Court Singers, Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland The choir is a chamber choir SATB of about 30 members, performing a wide range of music in Haddington and other towns in East Lothian.

  • Hailsham Choral Society, E. Sussex You can find references to a choral group in Hailsham from the early 1930s, but it faded from view during the war - they probably had even more troubles recruiting tenors and basses then! The present Society was founded in 1961, so we are now in our 55th year and still going from strength to strength.
  • Halcyon Singers, Harrogate, Yorkshire  Halcyon Singers are the youth choir of Harrogate Choral Society. Based in Harrogate, we aim to be the premier youth choir in Yorkshire and are committed to helping you realise your musical potential.

  • Halesowen Choral Society, West Midlands 60 members of all ages and from all walks of life. This friendly and vibrant society welcomes new members with an ability to read music or to learn quickly.
  • Half Circle Singers, Birmingham Based in north Birmingham, England, Half circle singers were founded 25 years ago by former members of the choir of Aston Parish Church and some members of that group are still members of the choir.The name comes from the half circle in which the original group stood when performing. The choir’s repertoire includes both sacred and secular works of all periods, embracing both challeng classical music and light, popular songs. In recent conerts we have sung peices ranging from La Petite Messe Solennelle by Rossini to I got Rhythm by Gershwin.

  • Halfway House Male Voice Choir, Shrewsbury, Shropshire Just come and have a good time if you would like to sing with a good bunch of chaps. Your singing will develop with time.No auditions or previous singing experience is required just a good sense of humour.

  • Halifax Chamber Choir, Halifax, Yorkshire Halifax Chamber Choir was founded in 1899 as the Halifax Madrigal Society. The name changed in 1989 to reflect the wider range of choral repertoire which includes a wide range of sacred and secular music spanning the centuries. The choir performs in Halifax and other venues in West Yorkshire.

  • Halifax Choral Society, W. Yorkshire Founded in 1817, HCS is the world’s oldest Choral Society with an unbroken record of performance
  • Halifax Rock Choir, W. Yorkshire The Halifax Morning Rock Choir is led by West Yorkshire based musician Elliot Sutcliffe. We are the local community choir with the national reputation - join the Halifax Rock Choir and experience the singing phenomenon that Will Smith described as 'Fantastic'. Whilst retaining our community spirit, we come together en masse for national and regional events, giving our members unrivalled performance opportunities and experiences beyond compare, ranging from singing on BBC Breakfast Christmas Special in 2011 to our local West Yorkshire music, food and fireworks festivals!

  • Halifax Young Singers, W Yorkshire The aims of the young singers are to encourage young people to enjoy singing and to develop their vocal skills. The choir gives young people a real feeling of what can be achieved through teamwork and being part of a successful group. The choir was formed 14 years ago and singers have been on numerous tours throughout Europe, visiting Germany and France. Young Singers is friendly, welcoming, encouraging and fun, but we work hard and this shows in our performances.

  • Hallam Choral Society, Sheffield, Yorkshire Hallam Choral Society is an established choir striving towards excellence in performance. The choir has a membership at over eighty singers who come from across the city and beyond to perform four or five public concerts a year with an eclectic mix of music. In a time when many choirs are getting progressively older and struggling to recruit young singers, Hallam choral Society is proud to be attracting more and more young people to its ranks. This is thanks in part, to a forward thinking Young Singers Policy.

  • Halle Children's Choir, Lancashire The Hallé Children’s Choir is for children aged 8-12 (academic years 4-8) who enjoy singing and love a challenge! It offers a chance to have the very best possible introduction to singing at the highest level in a range of singing styles. Children from all walks of life are welcome to audition; all we ask is that they enjoy singing and are prepared for the challenge of developing their ability whilst having fun! Members receive tutoring to develop pitch, tone and sense of rhythm, and are encouraged to learn to read music, while working towards memorable performances with the Hallé and other Hallé Ensembles.

  • Halle Choir, Manchester, Lancashire Sir Charles Hallé founded the Hallé Choir alongside the orchestra in 1858. Led by James Burton, the Hallé's Choral Director, the Choir gives around twenty concerts a year with the Hallé at The Bridgewater Hall and other venues across the UK. It appears with internationally renowned conductors and soloists in concerts and recordings, performing an exciting and varied programme of major choral and operatic works. The Hallé Choir is renowned for giving performances of familiar repertoire, such as Handel's Messiah, Bach's St. John Passion and Brahms's Requiem, as well as enjoying a reputation for tackling more unusual works. Highlights from recent years include Shostakovich's Second and Third Symphonies, Tippett's 'Ritual Dances' from The Midsummer Marriage, Janácek's Glagolitic Mass, Rachmaninov's The Bells and Aftertones by Colin Matthews, the Hallé's Associate Composer.

  • Halle Choral Academy, Manchester, Lancashire If you love singing and would like to understand a little more about how to sing well and read your score, then the Hallé Choral Academy might be just what you are looking for. Everyone (aged 18+) is welcome to join the Choral Academy – no auditions or prior experience are required.

  • Halle Youth Choir, Manchester, Lancashire The Hallé Youth Choir is a mixed-voice choir, founded in 2003, for singers aged twelve to nineteen in and around Manchester. The Youth Choir offers young people from across the region the opportunity to sing stimulating repertoire to an extremely high standard. Under the direction of Choral Director James Burton, Youth Choir members develop skills, such as vocal technique and communication with an audience through lively rehearsals, masterclasses and chamber groups.

  • Halle Youth Training Choir, Manchester, Lancashire The Hallé Youth Training Choir, established in 2011, offers promising young singers aged 12-15 (academic years 8-11) a chance to develop their musicianship in a non-pressured training environment, allowing time for their voices to change naturally whilst still learning and rehearsing. Members study a selection of repertoire designed to support their musical and singing development throughout the year. Recent appearances have included the Hallé’s Christmas Singalong concert and the Youth Ensembles concert, both in The Bridgewater Hall.

  • Hallmark of Harmony, Sheffield, S Yorkshire  Formed in 1978, this chorus of about 45 members have been the National Champions of the British Association of Barbershop Singers on no less than six occasions. They sing a varied program of light music which includes gospel, swing and songs from the shows as well one or two songs from the more traditional barbershop repertoire.

  • Halsey Community Choir, Pulham, Dorchester, Dorset, DT2 7DZ We are a community choir who sing for fun and the love of singing. No auditions, no entry requirements, a good sense of humour is a plus!

  • Halsway Manor Morning Choir, Somerset Wake up your week and look forward to Mondays in a beautiful Somerset manor house. All welcome. Everything is taught aurally by Yvette Staelens. We sing seasonal rounds and songs in harmony and absolutely no solo singing - come with friends! Halsway Manor, Crowcombe, TA4 4BD on Mondays, 10am till 11.30. £6 per session.

  • Halwyn A Gan, Cornwall We are a mixed voice choir with a wide repetoir from Methodist favourites to concert, musical and barber shop  The choir's name Halwyn A Gan translated as Whitemoor sings in Cornish.

  • Hamilton Caledonian Bowling Club Male Voice Choir Possibly the only male voice choir in the UK to be attached to a Bowling Club. In 1945 a group of bowlers used to gather around the clubhouse piano for an impromptu sing-along. A few months later they decided to form themselves into a formal choir. Although the early members were all bowlers, this is no longer the case and we welcome non-bowlers into our fellowship.

  • Hampshire Police Male Voice Choir In 1940 Portsmouth was subjected to intense attacks from the air and officers of the Portsmouth City Police, together with wartime colleagues, spent many hours on stand-by between air raids.  To raise spirits the officers began to sing together and a choir was formed.  Very soon the Portsmouth City Police Choir was in demand to lift morale and for fund-raising activities in the battered city.  Many concerts were given with the Band of the Royal Marines and invitations to broadcast soon followed. After amalgamation of police forces in April 1967 the Choir became the Hampshire Police Male Voice Choir.  It has about 60 members, of retired officers and members of the Community. The Choir currently practices at 7.00 pm on Wednesdays at the Sarisbury Green Social Club.  It is always looking for new members; you don’t have to be a member of the Police service or be able to read music.  The Choir has an excellent Music Team to help you improve your singing.  If you are interested please send your details via its website.

  • Hampstead Chamber Choir, North London The choir is something of a local institution, having an unbroken tradition of singing in Hampstead for over three decades. Under founder-conductor George Woodcock it was originally known as Rosslyn Hill Choir. The choir was conducted for several years by the distinguished professional singer Eamonn Dougan. Then David Allinson took over from September 2006 to December 2009. Iestyn Evans became our new conductor in January 2010.

  • Hampstead Parish Church, London The fully-professional Choir at Hampstead Parish Church consists of eight mixed voices. Many of its members have come from Oxford and Cambridge collegiate choirs and sing regularly with other professional choirs in London and the City churches. Under the direction of James Sherlock they enjoy an enviable reputation for their performance of a broad and diverse repertoire of Service Music at Hampstead.

  • Hampton Choral Society, Twickenham, London HCS is an amateur choir which is non audition and operates around the area of Hampton, Middlesex UK. There are about 90 members and the repertoire is largely oratorio and the like.

  • Hampton Hill Community Choir, Twickenham, London "Singing for fun" is our motto. We aim to perform three times a year with a mix of classical through to pop music. The atmosphere is  friendly and  supportive. The conductor also coaches the singers in good use of their voices.

  • Hampton Singers, Hampton in Arden, Solihull  Formed in 1980 as a community activity for people from Hampton and surrounding villages. We are a mixed choir of about 40 voices who come together once a week for the sheer joy of rehearsing and singing music which will bring pleasure to others. We usually give two or three concerts a year in addition to a number of other engagements and activities. As part of our continuing development as singers we arrange occasional Voice Training sessions led by our vocal coach Gaynor Keeble. So far these have been incorporated within our existing rehearsal schedule.

  • Hanley Voices, Worcestershire We are a friendly community choir with c.50 members based at Hanley Castle High School, near Upton-upon-Severn. If you enjoy singing but are worried about reading music or having to go through an audition, we are the choir for you! Everyone is welcome to join us without audition. We would especially welcome new tenors at the moment. 

  • Hanover Choir, London We are a choir of about 35 people, based in the City of London near St Paul’s Cathedral. 60 years after our foundation in Hanover Square, we are still making great music and continuing to attract some of the liveliest people in London. We sing most types of choral music, and have occasionally dipped our toes into both jazz and folk repertoire.

  • Hanse Community Choir, Kings Lynn, Norfolk. e-mail only: contact Rob Marley Formed in October 2008 for this years Hanseatic festival in Kings Lynn. We are now around 40 strong, and growing (we will stop at 50).

  • Harborough Singers, Leicestershire The Harborough Singers was initially formed some 30 years ago.  From its early years as a predominantly competitive choir, the group has expanded its repertoire to include a vast range of music from medieval to modern, classic choral to contemporary rock and pop, full-scale oratorios to folk songs.  The choir's current repertoire includes the ever-popular Handel's Messiah, a variety of Requiems, including the German Requiem by Brahms, Durufle's Requiem, and a Requiem for rock band and choir, as well as a host of sacred and secular part songs

  • Harcomble Singers, Chudleigh, Devon: e-mail only: contact Tim Steiner Founded in 1990, is roughly twenty-strong. We meet every Tuesday in term-time in Chudleigh parish church at 8pm and rehearse for two hours. Choir members are drawn mainly from Chudleigh but some come from Exeter, Bishopsteignton and Abbotskerswell. Our core repertoire consists of the ‘standard’ choral works of Handel, Haydn, Mozart and Schubert, plus the C19th romantics – Mendelssohn and Brahms. We are also lucky enough to have had several pieces written especially for us.

  • Hardynge, Harpenden, Hertfordshire Hardynge Choir started in 1966 and continues to provide a challenging outlet for singers wishing to perform mainstream choral works alongside inventive programming and the commissioning of new repertoire. The choir currently has 70 to 80 members, and gives three to four concerts a year in Harpenden and St Albans, Hertfordshire, usually with professional orchestras and soloists.  We are unusual among successful large choirs in that there are no formal individual auditions for entry or ongoing membership. The Hardynge Choir is proud of its more inclusive approach to membership.  Rehearsals are held at 7:45pm, in the School Hall of St Helen’s C of E Primary School, Wheathampstead, unless otherwise indicated. in Harpenden, Hertfordshire.

  • Haringey Shed's 'Big Noise Choir', London Inclusive Youth Choir 7 -15 years. No auditions, no experience necessary, all styles!
    Meets at the Bernie Grant Arts Centre, Townhall Approach Rd, Tottenham, London, N15 4RX. You choose the songs; R&B, Soul, Pop, Folk & original Haringey Shed songs. Games & technique with a performance at the end of each term.

  • Haringey Shed's 'The Very Vocals', London Inclusive Youth Choir 16+ years. No auditions, No experience necessary, no scores!FREE MEMBERSHIP!!! You choose the songs; R&B, soul, traditional, folk, world music and soul.No auditions, no experience necessary, all styles! Call & Response, technique and a performance at a West End Venue 29th November. Meets at the Bernie Grant Arts Centre, Townhall Approach Rd, Tottenham, London, N15 4RX.  

  • Harlandic Male Voice Choir, Belfast  Founded in 1944 in the Belfast shipyard of Harland and Wolff, the Harlandic has grown in stature over the years and is today certainly one of Northern Ireland's better known choirs with thirty six members in its ranks coming from all walks of life. The age range of members is from 25-94! The choir undertakes about ten musical engagements each year, between September and May. The range of music includes part songs, folk songs, opera choruses, musical theatre, traditional songs, church music and hymns. We have in the past sung for the Northern Ireland Hospice at their carol   service in Saint Peter's Roman Catholic Cathedral, Falls Road, firmly establishing our commitment to cross community arts and the fostering of good relations with all. We have also sung at Ballybay Co. Monaghan, Donegal town and most recently at the Dominican Church Athy, Co. Kildare.

  • Harlequin Chamber Choir, Surrey: Harlequin Chamber Choir is a choir for singers who wish to explore their musical abilities to the full. We sing a cappella, mostly from memory and the group is deliberately kept small. We are a competitive choir with high standards, but we also have a lot of fun: a work hard, play hard choir. We launched in 2013 and meet in Cranleigh,  attracting singers from a wide geographical area. We hold weekday and occasional weekend rehearsals to support members with busy work-lives.

  • Harlequin Singers, Bristol A chamber choir performing music from Bach to Beach Boys, and finalists in HTV's Sing Out competition

  • Harlow Community Choir, Essex Open to everyone aged 18+ who loves singing!  There's no audition and you don't have to be able to read music - the focus is firmly on having fun and making music in the process.  We rehearse in Old Harlow every Wednesday evening during term time.  For more details or to arrange a taster session, please contact the musical director Sarah Wiggins on 07503 918030 or email.

  • Harlow Chorus, Essex 120-strong, singing Bach to Bernstein, performing with nationally renowned orchestras in a variety of prestigious venues and touring at home and abroad.

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

  • Harmony, Maesteg, South Wales  Harmony is a small ladies choral group formed in February 2006 by a group of friends in the Llynfi Valley. The choir consists of 18 members and sing at many venues with a wide ranged repertoire of songs both A Capella and Accompanied. Take a look at our new recent webpage. The choir is well known for wonderful enthusiastic singing and their great Harmonic sound - hence the name of the group and they never fail to entertain and please their audience.

  • Harmony 303, Martock, Somerset Our choir was founded in 2011. We are a flourishing, friendly mixed choir, open to all. Everyone is welcome (16 years and over). The choir sings unaccompanied songs for the sheer pleasure of singing, and we don’t hold auditions. We sing songs from around the world, which cover many different styles and eras; from folk to gospel, American to African, pop to pavanes, all sung in glorious harmony. They are taught by ear so there is no need to read music. We meet on a Tuesday Morning in Norton Sub Hamdon village hall.

  • Harmony Community Choir, Leeds, Yorkshire The choir was founded in  2010 by Francis Bernstein, a local choir leader, and Barbara Kempf a Community Services Manager.

  • Harmony Inspires, Oxford Ladies Barbershop Chorus singing a cappella 4-part harmony.  We have around  40 members and love to entertain,  performing  in shows, competitions and charity events.  Our repertoire includes traditional barbershop style and more modern arrangements ranging from beautiful ballads to fun, up-beat numbers.    Rehearsals are on Wednesday evenings at Appleton Village Hall and we welcome new members.

  • Harmony Girls' Choir, Ipswich, Suffolk High quality choir for girls aged 12 - 18, offering residential courses, foreign concert tours and appearances in major competitions. Two Training choirs for younger girls.

  • Harmony Gospel Choir, Manchester Harmony is a student Gospel Choir that is run by Christians, and although we aim to take good contemporary gospel into professional venues and sing our hearts out, there are no prerequisites to joining - spiritual or musical! Membership changes from year to year, but we have an average membership of around 60 students, and some honouraries. Membership is informal - we don't take registers or anything like that - people just turn up every week and sing.

  • Harmony Juniors, Ipswich, Suffolk Choir for girls aged 9 and upwards. Part of the Harmony Girls' Choir organisation.

  • Harmony Lincs Barbershop Chorus Lincoln Barbershop Harmony Club (Harmony Lincs) was founded in 1993 by Colin Russell & Tony Chapman, two seasoned barbershop singers.

  • Harmony Men of Jersey, Channel Islands have been in existence for fifteen years, we are 35 strong and our musical director is Nick Cabot, M.B.E.

  • Harmony on Heels, Kentish Town, Camden London Founded in 2008 by Musical Director Rachel Staunton, The repertoires ranges from Jazz, Barbershop to pop and classical.

  • Harmony Revival, Stockport, Lancashire A traditional barbershop chorus with a current membership of around 40. Rehearsals every Wednesday at Offerton Methodist Church, Marple Rd., Stockport, starting at 7.45pm. Objectives: enjoyment and development of music in the barbershop style - new members or booking enquiries always welcome!  

  • Harmony Singers, Bamber Bridge. Preston, Lancashire  The Harmony Singers Choir was formed by our piano accompanist, Jane Cranna in 2011. We are a four part choir open to any one who enjoys singing for pleasure. Our Director of Music, Susan Phillips, trains the members of the choir in a wide variety of musical pieces during our rehearsals. Our membership is currently almost fifty strong and we rehearse between 1:00pm and 3:00pm each Sunday. As a community choir we hold six to eight concerts each year, at various venues around the local area. Also, when asked, we sing at weddings and other special occasions. Monies raised by the choir go to local charities.

  • HarmonyChoir, Edinburgh 'HarmonyChoir is group is group of singers,some of whom have experience with mental health symptoms. We brought together to enjoy singing and enjoy others company and reduce stigma that is so associated with mental illness in our society'
    We don't do auditions we just as to come along and see what they think.
  • Harmony Unlimited, Ilfracombe, North Devon: e-mail only: contact Janet Hopson. A five piece, female, a cappella singing group. Although their singing style is classical choral, their music which is arranged specifically for their unique blend of voices, covers classical pieces, show songs and pop mainly from the 60's and 70's.

  • Harpenden Choral Society The present society was formed in 1975 under Robert Gower. There are now some 85 members under the direction of John Andrews. In recent years the choir has performed across the country and also toured Normandy and Belgium.

  • Harpenden Music Makers Music Makers is a Harpenden based amateur group of 36 adult members whose ethos is to enjoy “making music”

  • Harrogate Choral Society, N. Yorkshire are an mixed voice choir of about 150 singers ranging in age from 17 to 70+, we rehearse on Wednesdays at Christ Church in Harrogate from 7.30 to 9.30, our season runs from September to our AGM which is usually held in early June. Our repertoire covers the whole range of choral music including baroque, classics, well known choral works, opera choruses, smaller works, modern pieces, a capella folk songs and other works plus a wide range of Christmas music. New members are always welcome ... you can just turn up to try us out (note that you will ultimately have to audition and pay the membership fee).

  • Harrogate Festival Chorus, Yorkshire

  • Harrogate Harmony Barbershop Chorus, Yorkshire We are a friendly group of male singers who enjoy singing in the Barbershop, close harmony style. We rehearse on Wednesday evenings from 7.30 to 9.30pm at St Paul’s Church rooms, Victoria Avenue, Harrogate HG1 1EL (opposite the library). We sing for our own enjoyment and undertake a number of local engagements every year. We welcome new members whether experienced singers or complete novicesThere is no need to read music as training CDs are provided as an aid to learning our repertoire of popular songs.

  • Harrogate Male Voice Choir, N. Yorkshire Formed in 1969 and now 45-strong, with a repertoire of modern and traditional songs

  • Harrogate Rock Choir, N. Yorkshire

  • Harrow Apollo Male Choir, Harrow, London The Choir was formed in 1941 at the de-Havilland Aircraft Factory in Stag Lane, Edgware and was originally known as the ‘de-Havilland Male Voice Choir’. Throughout the subsequent decades, the Choir changed its name to the Beverly Singers, Apollo Male Voice Choir and more recently to the Harrow Apollo Male Choir to signify the strong links with the Borough of Harrow. The Choir recruits from all over North West London and performs to audiences in London, South East England and overseas. The main repertoire consists of arrangements for Male Voice Choirs, though a Barbershop Quartet exists within its ranks too.

  • Harrow Choral Society, London This 170-strong choir has taken part in 18 BBC Prom, conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent and Stokowski, among others.

  • Harrow Harmony, London  We rehearse on Friday evenings during term time at South Harrow Methodist Church, Eastcote Lane, South Harrow HA2 8QU. We are a friendly, non-auditioning choir and have been in existence for over 10 years. Our books are currently closed and will open for male voices only in September 2011. We have three concerts each year in a variety of localities in and around Harrow. Our Musical Director and conductor is Hilary Musgrave.

  • Harrow Philharmonic Choir, London The Harrow Philharmonic Choir was founded in Autumn 1959 with Isobel Baille as its Patron. By Autumn 1960, Ludwig Koch was the President, a position he held until Isobel Baillie took over. This was from March 1968 until she left the neighbourhood in June 1973. Philip Langridge then held the presidency until May 1978. In November 1978 Dame Janet Baker agreed to be our President and has supported us in this position ever since. The choir rehearses at the Victoria Hall, Sheepcote Road, Harrow Middlesex on Mondays in term time at 19:45 (Map on website!). 4 voice choir, Standard choral repertoire with some commissions. 4 concerts per year. Come and sing next January 2008 Faure Requiem and Vivaldi Gloria.

  • Harsnett Choir, Essex The Harsnett choir was formed in 1984 in the Chigwell, Essex, UK area, and is named after Samuel Harsnett (1561-1631) - one time vicar of the parish of Chigwell, later Bishop of Chichester, Bishop of Norwich and Archbishop of York. During the  year, the Choir usually sings two or three Choral Evensongs at Cathedrals or similar places. We also have a Cathedral week in August visiting a different Cathedral each year. During this week, the Choir sings Evensong daily, starting on the Monday and continuing to the following Sunday, a day when all the services are sung.

  • Hart and Soul Community Choir, Hartwell, Northampton. We are mixed voice, 4 part, non-audition choir, with current attendance of around 35 singers each week, and we have been going since September 2011. We meet at Hartwell Primary School, on Wednesday nights 8.15-9.30pm.

  • Hart Voices, Fleet, Hampshire A mixed-voice, amateur choir based in Fleet, Hampshire, but draws also from the surrounding including Guildford and Basingstoke. Choir membership remains steady at approximately 35 voices, the majority of whom have sung with the society for several years. The combined experience and enthusiasm enables us to explore new musical horizons - both in repertoire and venue. We aim to broaden our experience, strive for quality and musicality in our performances and involve young singers wherever possible. Soloists are drawn from the choir, although for more complex works we often invite professional singers to participate.

  • Hart Male Voice Choir, Odiham, Hampshire Hart Male Voice Choir was formed in 1975 and has become one of the UK’s leading male voice choirs enjoying successes in National and International competitions, festivals and concerts. This year the Choir is celebrating 40 successful years. The Choir provides a platform, for men who enjoy singing, to indulge their passion and at the same time support local and national charities for which they have raised many thousands of pounds. Under the leadership of their Musical Director, Margaret Brackenborough, and assisted by piano accompanist Judith Morgan the Choir has developed a modern image with an exciting and entertaining new repertoire of music from all over the world.  Since 1997 the Cross Barn in Odiham has provided excellent rehearsal facilities for the Choir.

  • Hartfield Singers, Hartfield, East Sussex Mixed voice choir founded 30 years ago. Presenting 2 or 3 concerts per year, including one large scale choral work with soloists and orchestra. 
  • Hartford Choral Society, Cheshire  e-mail only: contact: Andrew Millinchip  The choir is open to all members of the local community and has been highly successful, with around 250 singers on our mailing list. We produce two concerts each academic year: one in November as part of the World Aids day event organised by the charity Action Aid, and a lighter summer concert, which this year was linked to NSPCC. A short series of weekly rehearsals leads up to each concert (usually just 6 rehearsals) and singers come from all over Cheshire. There is no subscription; singers buy their own music and pay £10 (£5 concessions) to participate, all of which goes to the charity. Admission is free for the audience but there is a retiring collection which is added to the amount for the charity. Over the three years we have raised around £5000 in this way.

  • Hartlepool Male Voice Choir, Cleveland, Durham The choir perform for charity, functions and private clubs, performing traditional religious and male voice choir singing. For the last 20 years the choir has exchanged visits with the MGV Eintracht Kleingladbach Choir from its twin town of Hucklehoven in Germany.

  • Haslemere Community Choir, Haslemere GU27 1LD We are a brand new friendly, mixed voice choir (started in Feb 2016) We sing music from around the world, English folk songs and contemporary arrangements of some old favourites. We Rehearsals on Wednesday nights 7.30-9pm at the Haslewey Community Centre, Lion Green. All welcome- no auditions and no need to read music. New members welcome.

  • Haslemere Musical Society, Surrey The Musical Society was founded in 1923 and gave annual concerts up until 1939. Since then it has performed two or three concerts a year of classical works, and it now has a considerable following. The H.M.S. is one of comparatively few societies to have both an orchestra and a choir. The programmes include choral works like The Dream of Gerontius, Messiah and Creation, and the symphonies of Brahms, Beethoven and Tchaikovsky; also a variety of shorter and more modern works. Professional singers and instrumentalists are engaged as necessary for concerts.

  • Hastings Philharmonic Choir, East Sussex. Formed in 1928, 60-70 strong performing mainly classical works - 3 to 4 concerts a year. Regular exchanges and concerts with choirs in France and Holland.

  • Haverfordwest Ladies Choir We are based in the town of Haverfordwest (Hwlffordd) the capital of the lovely Welsh county of Pembrokeshire (Sir Benfro) which has a strong music tradition. Here you can find out about us. If you would like to sing in a ladies' choir come and join us.

  • Haverfordwest Male Voice Choir How many other choirs can boast a published book ("The First Hundred Years") chronicling their history?

  • Haverhill Choral Society, South West Suffolk Haverhill Choral Society, founded in 1860, is a friendly Society performing 3 concerts a year in our main venue or in the local area. Generally two concerts are of the major choral works and one "festival concert" of lighter pieces.  SATB singers of all ages are always welcomed.

  • Havering Singers, Havering, London Formed in 1946 as a section of the Hornchurch, Romford and Upminster Music and Arts Society, the choir became the Havering Singers in 1965 when the new London Borough was formed.  The choir has grown to around 100 voices and regularly performs in local churches.

  • Hawarden Singers, Flintshire, North Wales We are a group of 11 Sopranos, 8 Altos , 3 Tenors , and 4 Basses of variable ages ---mainly 40-50's--- based in the beautiful historic village of HAWARDEN just 8 miles from the medieval walled city of Chester. Hawarden Singers has an enviable reputation and a pedigree of long standing. In the past the choir has successfully competed and performed both nationally and internationally , as well as at prestigious events.

  • Haxby Singers, Haxby, York: e-mail only: contact  Judy Laken We are a friendly, mixed choir. We rehearse weekly and hold 2 regular concerts each year. We are looking to increase this by performing at fetes, parties etc. There are no auditions. 

  • Haydock Male Voice Choir, Merseyside Formed in 1923 in what was the small village of Haydock before it became part of the Metropolitan Borough of St Helens. It draws its membership from a wide area of Cheshire, Greater Manchester, Lancashire and Merseyside. With the stated intention of promoting choral singing as an enjoyable pastime both for listeners and singers, the choir’s activities extend in three directions: concerts, competitions and recordings.

  • Hayes (Kent) Philharmonic Choir, Bromley, Kent A friendly choral society with about 60 members. We were awarded lottery grants from' Awards for All' for Arthur Sullivan's The Light of the World, George Dyson's Canterbury Pilgrims and Benjamin Cooke's Ode on the Passions.

  • Hayfield Singers, Hayfield, Derbyshire The choir rehearses in the church hall every Tuesday during the winter and spring term. Performance twice a year in St. Matthew’s church, in December and April, always on a Sunday at 7.30p.m. Founded in 1992, now approx. 55 members. All music provided. Annual/termly subscription. No audition necessary---members just need to be able to pitch accurately. Repertoire: from Schutz through to Britten and MacMillan, mainly but not exclusively sacred. We have established a partnership with The Hayfield Ensemble, drawn from professional instrumentalists in the Manchester area and associated with the BBC Philharmonic, The Northern Chamber Orchestra, etc. The Ensemble often provides variety in the programme with purely instrumental items.

  • Hayling Island Choir, Nr Portsmouth, Hampshire A 60 members, SATB Choir which has been in existence for over 21 years. They cover a fair spectrum of music and have a professional Musical Director and Accompanist, performing three major concerts each year, and support several other local events, sometimes combining with other local choirs.

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

  • Hazel Grove Male Voice Choir, Stockport In its present form the choir was born in 1951.

  • Headington Singers, Oxford A friendly, 80-strong amateur choir open to all (no auditions), performing three concerts a year. Our kind of music ranges from the great choral classics to lesser known works and we pride ourselves in creating varied and interesting programmes. New members welcome.

  • Headingley Voices, Leeds, Yorkshire Headingley Voices started out as Friends of Lawnswood School Community Choir  in January 2008, to provide an opportunity for parents, pupils, teachers and members of the community to come together regularly to sing. Since then, the choir has gone from strength to strength. More than 50 choir members regularly attend our weekly rehearsals. In September 2016 we relaunched ourselves as Headingley Voices and have changed our regular rehearsal venue to Shire Oak Primary School in Headingley

  • Heart and Music, Milton Keynes The group was formed in July 2010 to sing concerts to raise funds for good causes; our first booking was at All Saints Church in Loughton in September 2010. The group comprises 13 singers and a conductor, and we are fortunate to have the services of great accompanists. We sing a variety of music: musical theatre, traditional songs, folk songs, pop songs, religious songs and fun pieces too. Our programme changes regularly, and we are happy to hear what you think would best suit your audience.

  • Heart of England Chorus (Barbershop), Leicester

  • Heart of England Singers, Marston Green, near Birmingham An expanding, mixed and open choir of some 70 voices, witrh repertoire from oratorio to songs from the shows: Purcell and Mozart to Rutter and Lloyd Webber

  • Heartsong Community Choir, Aberystwyth. We meet Tuesday nights in the Arts Centre.

  • Heath Mount Choral Society, Hertfordshire: e-mail only: contact David Boarder. Rehearses 8.00-9.45pms Monday in term-time at Heath Mount School, Watton-at-Stone (between Ware and Stevenage).

  • Heath Singers, Flackwell, Heath, Buckinghamshire This is a Ladies Choir based in Flackwell Heath, but with members coming from all surrounding areas. One summer concert and two Christmas concerts are performed in the village - other venues as requested. Membership is by audition and a knowledge of music is helpful. Rehearsals are relaxed and informal, but a high standard of performance is aimed for, to maintain the reputation the Choir has gained over the years. Most of the profits from concerts are given to local charities.

  • Heathfield Choral Society, E. Sussex A friendly town choir with ambition! Repertoire from Byrd to Gorecki with newly commissioned works and standard choral masterpieces appearing regularly in their programme of 4 concerts a year.

  • Heaton Voices, Newcastle upon Tyne  A community choir based in one of the most socially diverse areas of NE England. We pride ourselves on our range of repertoire, from early English, through African to contemporary folk.

  • Helensburgh Dorian Choir, Helensburgh, Argyll & Bute, Scotland We are a friendly, mixed choir. We rehearse and perform in and around Helensburgh & Lomond. The Choir has a professional musical director who also conducts, and a professional accompanist. We have a broad-ranging repertoire which suits most tastes. We sing quality choral music from short and excerpts of oratorios to jazz, from mediaeval ballads and classical songs to music from popular shows. There are opportunities for members to sing solo and in small groups from time to time. We include fun and experimental pieces. Rehearsals are on Tuesdays and most concerts are held on Saturdays.

  • Helensburgh Ladies Barbershop Chorus, Helensburgh, Argyll, Scotland (aka Tartan Harmony) LADIES - do you like to sing?  Would you like to make new friends and increase your singing skills?  Do you love to perform to audiences and have fun?  If you answered "yes" to the above questions then TARTAN HARMONY needs you!  We sing four part a cappella style music - from old favourites to newer popular songs you might hear on the radio.  All vocal ranges are needed and no previous experience is required - you don't even need to be able to read music! 

  • Helensburgh Oratorio Choir, Helensburgh, Argyll and Bute, Scotland A friendly and welcoming mixed-voice choir of some 70 members giving five concerts every two years.  Has appeared on radio and TV.  Rehearsals Tuesdays at 7.30 in West Kirk Halls, Colquhoun Square.  Short voice check to confirm membership. Concerts with professional soloists and orchestra, usually in West Kirk but choir occasionally performs elsewhere. Works drawn predominantly from the mainstream choral repertoire. Training choir runs from time to time.  Good reading skills an advantage but not essential.

  • Helios Voices HELIOS was formed in 1999 by our director Mark Sproson with a core of professional and talented amateur singers. Performing mostly in central London, the choir is brought together for a number of projects each year, rather than for set periods. Each project we undertake brings together a slightly different combination of vocal talents, producing a distinctive balance between choral sound and individual voices. In 2004 we released our first CD TIME and concord, featuring some of the diverse and challenging a cappella choral music that we relish. We are always pleased to hear from singers interested in joining HELIOS for future projects.

  • Helston Chamber Choir, Cornwall We are a mixed choir of about 30 – 40 people. Some with more musical experience, some tentative beginners, but all of us enjoy great music. We always welcome more members to give the choir as rich a sound as possible – tenors and basses especially! Joining the choir will stimulate and brighten the lives of any who love and have some understanding of classical music.

  • Hemel Hempstead Singers, Hertfordshire 30-strong SATB giving 3 concerts per year with a varied repertoire.

  • Henbury Singers (The), Avon We are a 40-strong (approx) mixed choir, non-audition, singing a variety of classical and modern pieces, and performing 4 or 5 times a year in various venues in and around Bristol. Proceeds go mostly to charities.  

  • Henley Choral Society, Oxfordshire We are a friendly, lively choir of all ages and the opportunity to sing together to the highest standard has forged a strong and enthusiastic community. Henley Choral Society was formed in 1973 and since then we have sung music from a wide range of styles and periods: from Monteverdi, taking in the old favourites, Bach, Mozart, Schubert and Brahms, right through to a new piece commissioned especially for us by Ian D. Crew. There is no audition for membership as the size of the choir –over 100 – means that everyone who wants to join can find a niche to suit them. We are going from strength to strength under our dynamic young professional director Will Dawes and welcome new members at any time. All you need is a love of singing: an ability to read music is useful.

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

  • Hereford Chamber Choir was founded in 1983, and currently consists of around 30 mixed voices. The choir performs about six concerts each academic year in churches and other venues across Herefordshire and the West Midlands. We perform a wide variety of music from the choral repertoire, both sacred and secular, ranging from the Renaissance to the present day. The choir also enjoys singing for services at cathedrals and abbeys. We are always willing to hear from new members – currently we have vacancies for tenors and basses. If you enjoy singing choral music to a high standard and would like to join a friendly and sociable group, please contact our Music Director, Simon Harper.We rehearse on Tuesday evenings from 7.30 – 9.30pm at Holy Trinity Church, Whitecross Road, Hereford. An informal audition with the Music Director will take place after attendance at a couple of rehearsals.

  • Hereford Choral Society In 1837, the Organist of Hereford Cathedral, John Hunt, founded the Hereford Choral Society, and the Society's Constitution has, since that time, stated that the Society's conductor shall be the Organist of Hereford Cathedral There are currently 180 members and the repertoire of choral music ranges from the 16th to the 21st centuries, from Bach and Handel to Bliss and Mathias, and is constrained only by the size of orchestras needed. There are normally three concerts per season, in November, December and March, always in Hereford Cathedral at 7.30pm on Saturdays.

  • Hereford Got 2 Sing Contemporary Choir Fun and friendly adult contemporary 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.

  • Hereford Police Male Choir was formed in 1957 to sing at a special thanks giving service at Hereford Cathedral to mark the centenary of the old Herefordshire Constabulary. It was made up then of serving police officers together with some members of the ‘Specials.’ Today, the choir continues to successfully sing at concerts throughout the UK and overseas, although its ranks have long been opened up to men from all walks of life. A few of the original police officers, now retired, are still singing with the 65 strong choir. There is a large contingent of choristers from the Worcestershire area. The choir retains its strong links with West Mercia Police and the Chief Constable, Paul West, is a very supportive President. The aim of the choir is to provide a platform for its members to enjoy singing together, give pleasure to its audiences, and along the way raise a lot of money for charities – over £800,000 so far. The ability to read music is not essential.  Whilst the quality of music is paramount, the social life of members (and their wives) is well catered for, especially on concert tours.

  • Hereford Rail Male Voice Choir, Herefordshire The Hereford Rail Male Voice Choir (HRMVC) sing a range from their extensive repertoire including a Matt Monro medley and a new arrangement of the Robbie Williams song Angels. Mixed with a humorous interlude from our MC, and possibly a solo or two, this is a recipe for a wonderful evening’s entertainment.

  • Hereford Soul Choir

  • Hereward Harmony (The Posh Chorus), Peterborough A barbershop harmony club specialising in the craft of 4-part unaccompanied close harmony as a large group and as individual quartets.

  • Heritage Masterworks Chorale, Yorkshire Meets for 1 3 hour rehearsal each month in Leeds  and performs 4 concerts each year of neglected Masterworks in prestigious venues around Yorkshire, also records the repertoire from concerts at the year end.

  • Hertford Choral Society The Hertford Choral Society aims to make high quality singing an accessible and enjoyable experience for the people of Hertford and beyond, either as members of the Society or of the audience. With a history dating back to 1938, the Hertford Choral Society has always maintained an open membership policy as a community choir and currently has around 150 members covering a wide spectrum of varied musical experience and of all ages (including several of school age), coming from a wide geographical area. Although there are no auditions, the Hertford Choral Society has a strong reputation for high quality performances of an extensive range of music.

  • Hertford College Chapel Choir, Oxford  Hertford Chapel Choir is one of the few non-auditioning choirs of its kind in Oxford, with many members both from inside and outside the college.  The choir sing music of all styles, from traditional Anglican choral repertoire through to contemporary church music and to large-scale concert works. The choir welcomes all new members, regardless of previous experience. Our main aim is to encourage everyone to have fun singing choral music to a high standard in an amateur setting.

  • Hertford/Ware Rock Choir Nationwide phenomenon Rock Choir rehearses across Hertfordshire in St Albans, Hertford & Watford. 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!

  • Hertfordshire Chorus Hertfordshire Chorus is one of the finest large choirs in England, with around 130 members from Hertfordshire and surrounding areas. It was formed in 1970. David Temple has been its Musical Director since September 2000. The Chorus sings in some of the most prestigious venues in the UK, with recent appearances in the Royal Festival Hall (Mahler’s 8th Symphony and Verdi’s Requiem), the Royal Albert Hall (Prokofiev’s Alexander Nevsky), Birmingham’s Symphony Hall and the Barbican in London (Opera Gala Nights). There is also an annual concert in St Albans Cathedra, as well as overseas tours.

  • Hertfordshire Constabulary Choir Formed some 35 years ago we are a small choir of serving officers, support staff and friends. We perform 6-10 concerts a year with a wide range of music from classical to modern pop and musicals. We welcome new members who do not have to be employed by Hertfordshire Constabulary.

  • Hertfordshire County Youth Choir We are one of Great Britain's leading youth choirs and part of the Hertfordshire Music Service.  Our members either live in or attend one of the County's secondary schools.  Numbering approximately 50 singers, the boys and girls are usually in school years 10 - 13.  The music we sing is varied and our singers come from backgrounds as diverse as rock groups, musical theatre ensembles and church choirs.  We perform in local Herts venues such as St. Albans Cathedral, as well as major London venues such as the Royal Albert Hall.  The choir takes a European tour every two years and participates in national music festivals and competitions.  Rehearsals are held in the Mid-Herts Music and Dance Centre in Hatfield on Wednesday evenings from 5:30 - 7:30.  Entry is by audition and interested singers should contact the Hertfordshire Music Service.

  • Hethersett Singers, Hethersett, Nr Norwich Founded in the 1960’s the choir has been providing musical entertainment in the village for more than 50 years. We sing small scale classical works and songs from a wide range of genres – including choral arrangements of pop, film and show music.

  • Hexham Abbey Choir, Hexham, Northumberland The Choir of Boys and Men sings Choral Evensongs each Wednesday in term-time and Choral services on most Sundays, with rehearsals on Mondays (Boys), Wednesdays (after Evensong), and Sundays. There is a large repertoire of anthems, responses & settings. The choir have recorded 2 CDs in recent years; toured to Milan (2005) Paris (2007) and Rome (2009) and recently sang on BBC Songs of Praise. Meetings of a more fun and social nature are also a feature.

  • Hexham Orpheus Choir, Northumberland We are a 50 strong mixed voice choir under the leadership of Glenn Davis performing a wide range of classical choral works. New members always welcome.

  • Heyhouses Community Choir, St.Anne's on Sea, LancashireHexham Abbey Choir, Hexham, Northumberland

  • Heyl St. Piran Singers, Hayle, Cornwall We are a ladies choir of approx. 30 members.  We sing a wide range of music including popular, secular and musicals.  New members always welcome.

  • Hidden Lane Choir, Glasgow, Scotland The Hidden Lane Choir have been singing together since around 2009. We meet twice a month (one Weds and one Thurs) in the fantastic Hidden Lane Tearoom in Finnieston, Glasgow. Rehearsals take place between 7pm and 9pm

  • High Notes Junior Choir, North Yorkshire. High Notes Junior Choir, for children aged six to twelve, is based in Sherburn in Elmet, North Yorkshire. Rehearsals are every Thursday in term time from 5.30pm to 6.30pm at All Saints church hall, Church Hill, Sherburn in Elmet. There are no auditions. All you need to do is come every week and like singing. We sing lots of different kinds of music, from mediaeval to modern and everything in between. High notes costs £1 per week, payable half termly.

  • High Wycombe Choral Society, Buckinghamshire The High Wycombe Choral Society welcomes new members and Sponsors. The Society was founded in 1934, originally as the Wycombe Oratorio Choir, to perform classical choral music of a high standard in High Wycombe.  The choir now numbers over 60 singers and performs two major choral concerts every year with a professional orchestra, and a number of smaller and less formal events. We also enjoy a number of social occasions, and have active links with overseas choirs. Our members have a range of musical skills, and come from all over the High Wycombe area.

  • Highbury Chamber Choir, London Chamber choir performs in Highbury - North London. We explore the a capella repertoire from the early Renaissance to the present day. We rehearse without piano. Confident sight readers welcome.

  • Highbury Youth Choir, Highbury, London N5 Now in its 20th season, Highbury Youth Choir (formerly Highbury Young Singers) was formed to provide children and young people with the opportunity to perform with world-class professional musicians alongside Highbury-based chamber choir Eclectic Voices. Our two choirs, now comprise children aged 6-18, and perform all over London and beyond.

  • Highcliffe Youth Choir, Highcliffe, Dorset The choir was formed in 1969 and has always offered any child the opportunity to sing. The aim of the choir is to make music and music-making as accessible to as many young people as possible, regardless of previous experience, to encourage self-confidence and personal development through singing and learning together with like-minded peers, to foster group support and team spirit through performance and competition at a high level and to To promote a sense of belonging and friendship between choir members.

  • Highfield Male Voice Choir, Runcorn, Cheshire A 50 strong choir with an extensive repertoire, which has been established in the Runcorn area since 1911.

  • Highgate Choral Society, London Founded in 1878, Highgate Choral Society is one of London’s leading choirs and consists of some 200 members from across north London It celebrated its 125th birthday in 2003, making HCS one of Britain's longest-established choirs. 

  • Highworth Choral Society, Wiltshire We are a choir from Wiltshire who sing a wide range of classical and light classical music under the musical direction of Mike Avery. New members always welcome.

  • High Wycombe Choral Society, Buckinghamshire  The High Wycombe Choral Society (HWCS) was founded in 1934 as the "Oratorio Choir" by a group of ambitious singers with Constance Bailey as its conductor. 70 years on the choir is a thriving choral force in the town.Its Membership comprises 80 voices and the choir presents two major choral and orchestral programmes each season with a high performing standard. The Choir's season runs from September to May with weekly Monday evening rehearsals in the Union Baptist Church complex in High Wycombe.In the summer months, the Choir has made a number of trips to its sister choruses, The Virginia Choral Society, USA, and the Cantilena Singers of New South Wales, Australia.

  • Highside Singers, Kirkby Malzeard, Ripon, North Yorkshire The Highside Singers is a community choir based in Kirkby Malzeard, rehearsals are on Tuesday evenings at 7.30pm from September to June in the Methodist Chapel.The choir perform about 6 concerts every year in local village halls,churches and chapels.The singers enjoy learning and performing a wide range of music from Vivaldi and John Rutter to The Beatles and Abba .Over the years the choir has raised many thousands of pounds for various charities.

  • Hillingdon Choral Society, London Formed in 1980 by conductor Peter J Williams, Hillingdon Choral Society welcomes those who enjoy singing. Membership is open to anyone over 18 years of age. There are no formal auditions however, an ability to read music is desirable.

  • Hinckley Choral Union, Leicestershire A well established choir of around 65 members . The choir rehearses weekly on Tuesdays and performs 3 main concerts a year. Our repertoire includes major popular sacred works  as well as good SATB choral pieces of a lighter nature. We have also been known to sing Beatles and Abba classics! Our musical director, Richard Archer, has led the choir for over 30 years and has continuously strived to maintain a high standards with an amateur group. We always seeking to add to our membership. Auditions are not required, just an ability to sing and be able to follow a music score.

  • Hitchin Rock Choir, Hertfordshire 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

  • Hogarth Singers (formerly the Meistersingers) We are small friendly choir based in Chiswick and perform regularly at St Michael All Angels in Bedford Park. We present a wide range of choral music from plainsong to new music. New members are very welcome. 

  • Hogia'r Ddwylan Male Choir, Anglesey Hogia’r Ddwylan is probably the most romantic of all the names for male voice choirs in Wales reflecting the magic of its native environment. Literally translated it means “The boys from the two shores” and is very apt to the choir as all of its members come from villages and towns next to the Menai Strait, on the fringes of Snowdonia, one of the most beautiful areas of Wales. The choir is based in Menai Bridge on Anglesey, by the shadow of the bridge itself, which serves as a permanent reminder of the engineering skills of Thomas Telford as well as being an essential link between Anglesey and mainland Britain. The Hogia’r Ddwylan choir was established over 48 years ago and have entertained audiences throughout Wales, Britain and Europe through their powerful yet enchanting music.

    Holderness Grange Choir, Hedon, Yorkshire Holderness Grange Choir is based in Hedon at the Holderness Grange Lifestyle Village on Draper’s Lane and meets every Tuesday evening for practice. The Choir has a wide age range of singers and they are always looking for new people – especially men.

  • Holler, Spitalfields, London, E1 6QR : email only contact: charlottewoodward@magicme.co.uk Free East End choir. Learn soul, world music, pop, contemporary and jazz music. All levels are encouraged to join. Lead by Verity Standen, a Composer, Performer and Vocal coach. Sessions are run on Wednesdays at Hanbury Hall, 22a, Hanbury Street , Doors open at 12:30, sessions run from 1-2pm. Run by Magic Me. Magic Me are the UK's leading provider of intergenerational arts activities, working with people in care homes, schools and other community settings.

  • Holman Climax Male Voice Choir, Camborne, Cornwall In 1940 at the Climax Rock Drill and Engineering Works, at Pool, between Camborne and Redruth, Cornwall, two men working on the works roof saw the glow of the fires in Plymouth caused by the bombing by the Luftwaffe. To alleviate distress among the blitz victims they formed a small choir to raise funds. Within a short time the late Edgar Kessell MBE commenced as the Musical Director, and over the years built the small group into the well-respected and well know Choir it was to become. Our current Musical Director is Andrew Thomas, only the fifth MD since 1940. The Choir originally known as Climax Male Voice Choir added the name Holman to its title during the late 1960’s after the two companies of Holman’s and Climax joined together. It rehearses at Camborne Community School on Friday nights at 7.30 pm.

  • Holmbury St Mary Choral Society, Dorking, Surrey The choir owes its existence to the Leith Hill Musical Festival, in which we participate each year. We currently have about 40 members and meet weekly, except during school holidays, from September until the Festival shortly after the following Easter. Additionally we present a Christmas carol concert in the village each year and occasionally put on a summer concert. There is currently no audition and all voices are especially welcome, as we're endeavouring to increase the overall strength of the choir.

  • Holme Valley Singers, Holme, W Yorkshire Holme Valley Singers were formed in 1975 by Alan Simmons, the head of music at Holmfirth High School, from pupils, staff and parents.  The Choir reached the final of the first Sainsbury's Choir of the Year competition, singing at the Royal Albert Hall. The choir has around 40 members and rehearse once a week at Holmfirth High School during school terms, on Tuesday evenings 7pm to 9pm.  

  • Holmfirth Choral Society, W. Yorkshire 90-strong, based in the popular and picturesque Last of the Summer Wine village of Holmfirth near Huddersfield

  • Holst Singers The Holst Singers are one of Britain's foremost choirs, described by the BBC as "a leading chorus on the international stage". Based in London, in addition to their busy concert diary, they frequently broadcast on Classic FM and BBC Radio 3, and regularly record for leading classical labels. With the support of their President, James Bowman, and Musical Director, Stephen Layton, the choir has developed an interest in exploring new and neglected works as well as core choral repertoire.

  • Holy Cross Choir, Crediton, Devon Crediton is proud of its long musical tradition which can be traced back over hundreds of years. The Choir has always been at the centre of Church life. Today the Choir still maintains extremely high standards and is much respected in the West of England. The Choir currently comprises some 25 adults and 20 juniors, as well as the Director of Music, Organist and three Choral Scholars. The Choir is proud of its musical tradition and takes it commitments to church music very seriously. We sing a weekly service at Crediton - sung Eucharist every Sunday and Evensong on the first Sunday of the month.

  • Holy Trinity Church Choir, Rotherhithe, London. An amateur, adult mixed voice, non-robed, church choir of 15 to 20 voices.  New members always welcome, no auditions.  We aim to sing at all the major church festivals, once a month at Sunday services and once a year for a Choral Evensong.  The choir’s repertoire is based on the Anglican choral tradition from Byrd to the present day.  Affiliated to the Royal School of Church Music.

  • Holymoorside Choral Society, Chesterfield, Derbyshire. The Society was first formed in 1941 as a village choir. The tradition of singing a wide a variety of music at local events and raising money for charity was established then, and has continued to the present day. Now a choir of 45 members we enjoy meeting together on Thursday evenings at 7.30 pm for rehearsals in the United Reformed Church at Holymoorside village, 3 miles SW of Chesterfield  in Derbyshire.

  • Honey Belles Ladies Choir, Chesterfield, Derbyshire We are a ladies choir that began in January 2014. We now have 30 members and are expanding all the time. We sing a variety of music in 3 part harmony and recorded our first CD in October 2015. Our main aim is to have fun and enjoy Wednesday nights. We participate in outdoor events and indoor concerts and are accompanied by a pianist in rehearsal time.

  • Honley Ladies' Choir, W. Yorkshire A friendly choir founded about 50 years ago, now one of the largest in the Huddersfield area, with over 60 members

  • Honley Male Voice Choir, W. Yorkshire Honley Male Voice Choir, one of the top male voice choirs in Yorkshire. Honley Male Voice Choir is based in Honley near Huddersfield, West Yorkshire and performs a variety of Male Voice music primarily to entertain and to enjoy high standards of singing from the members. Under the direction of our MD Steven Roberts and Accompanist Jason Hawkins we regularly perform top class concerts within Huddersfield Town Hall and often with world renowned performers like Lesley Garrett, Cory or Carlton Main Frickley Colliery Brass Bands or other top bands and artists.

  • Hook Choral Society, Hampshire A friendly choir singing a range of music from Haydn's Creation with full orchestra to Billy Joel a cappella

  • Hope Community Gospel Choir, Beeston, Nottinghamshire. We meet every Wednesday evening at the Pearson centre, Nuart Road, Beeston between 7.30pm and 9pm, and are open to anyone over 16 who wants to sing for fun. There are no auditions and you don’t need to be able to read music. We welcome everyone, from talented singers to complete beginners. The songs are a wide range of types, from traditional gospel, to modern gospel and even some pop songs. We're also currently recruiting for band members.

  • Horncastle & District Choral Society, Lincoln A friendly SATB choir with 30-40 members, performing a wide range of classical choral works at two concerts a year.New members always welcome.

  • Horbury Singers, Wakefield, Yorkshire The Choir started in September 1972 as part of the Further Education Scheme.  We paid night school fees applicable at the time. Colin Leech, Musical Director and Betty Heatley, pianist, have been with us since that first day. We started as a Mixed Voice Choir but good men were hard to find – and even harder to keep – so we kicked out the remaining few in 1980 and set up as a Ladies Choir, independent of night school.

  • Horley Singers, Horley, Surrey The Horley Singers are based in Horley, Surrey and were founded in 1998. We meet on Mondays, mostly in term time, at 8 - 10 pm in the Methodist Church hall, Victoria Road, Horley. Our singing year begins in September and finishes  after our summer concert. We perform public concerts in  December and early summer. A local charity is designatd to benefit from each  concert although we are not a fund raiser specifically for Charity. Our programme of music covers both modern and classical as we try to cater for all tastes of music within the choir and our audience. Come and give us a try. We do not hold auditions and you don't have to read music.

  • Horringer Singers, Nr Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk Based in the village of Horringer near Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, Horringer Singers was established in 1972, and in 2012 we are proud to be celebrating our 40th Anniversary! Led by our new music director, John Catlow, who joined us in January this year, we are a very friendly mixed group, with approximately thirty members, who enjoy singing everything from church music to songs from the shows. The choir performs three major concerts each year.  In addition, the choir participates in a variety of musical events, from weddings to charity fundraising, and is available for private functions.

  • Horsell Community Choir, Nr Woking, Surrey A well- established Choir with over 40 singers attending the regular weekly rehearsals. The rehearsals take place on Tuesday evenings and the atmosphere is friendly and sociable. Everyone enjoys making music together and being astonished by the harmonious result crafted by our inspirational and accomplished choir leader.

  • Horsforth Choral Society, Leeds, Yorkshire A mixed-voice choir founded in 1928. We perform a variety of choral music including sacred music, folk songs and spirituals, as well as choral items by contemporary composers.

  • Horsham Chamber Choir, W. Sussex Horsham Chamber Choir, founded in 1967, performs 3-4 concerts a year in the town and further afield, using professional instrumentalists and soloists. As well as the popular staples, our repertoire includes many lesser-known and often challenging pieces by modern composers.

  • Horsley Choral Society, Surrey A friendly, non-auditioning mixed choir of about 70 voices, performing 4 full concerts a year, including at the Leith Hill Festival.

  • Hospiscare Choir, Exeter, Devon The Hospiscare Choir is based in Exeter, Devon, UK and is composed of Medical and Administrative Staff, Managers, Volunteers, Friends, Families and Supporters of Hospiscare who all give their time voluntarily to form the Hospiscare Choir. We enjoy singing and performing easy listening music throughout the year. 

  • Hotch Potch, North Shields, Tyne & Wear Community singing for anyone and everyone! We're back for a new term, this time at the Linskill Community Centre North Shields Tyne and Wear. Tuesday Teatimes from 3.45 (or up to 4pm if you can't make 3.45) to 4.30pm in term time. No auditions, no need to read music and no pressure - just come along and sing! HOTCH POTCH is aiming to make singing an enjoyable and inspiring experience for old and young alike. The aim of the group is to be as inclusive as possible and to attract pupils, parents, staff and local pensioners - anybody aged 4years and over.  Hotch Potch will sing a variety of songs, rounds and harmonies, including folks songs, echo songs and simple part songs, all of which are easy to learn by ear. Singing is a great way to make you feel good, meet people and create a fantastic sound. We hope that Hotch Potch will be just that - a real mixture of people and talents with one aim - to enjoy singing together.

  • Hough & District WI Choir, Weston, CheshireHough & District WI Choir was formed in 2009 as a result of an idea by four WI members and was eventually expanded to include members from other WI’s and some members of the public. They welcome anyone who wants to sing, membership continues to grow, and they have expanded their repertoire to include a wide variety of music. If you want to sing with us, you can be a member of any WI and there are a few non WI member places but we are restricted on these. Rehearsals are on Wednesday evenings at Weston Church Hall, Weston (near Crewe) from 7pm - 9pm term time only.

  • Hove Morning Rock Choir, East Sussex The local Hove choir is run by singer/pianist Charlotte Fane. Our No.1 Album gave ordinary people the chance to become chart-topping singers, and Rock Choir is continually giving our members bigger and better opportunities to achieve things they never thought they could do - from supporting national charities like Comic Relief, Missing People and Refuge to singing at the UK's top performing arts venues such as the Hammersmith Apollo. But through all this excitement, we never lose track of our local community roots.
  • Howick Coastal Choir, Northumberland e-mail only: contact David Jackson This is a small community choir with members drawn from local villages.  It started in 2012 as a group singing carols at Christmas and then, in 2013, took part in a programme organised by Howick Heritage Trust to commemorate, in a service at North Shields Fisherman’s Mission, the centenary of the wrecking of the Tadorne, a French fishing boat which was shipwrecked off Howick. Since then, it has widened its repertoire beyond coastal songs and has performed two or three concerts each year, including the annual ‘Singing into Christmas’ community event, songs for World War One, May Festivities and Northumberland Day 2017.  New members are always welcome and there are no auditions. We meet on Tuesday evenings at Copley Hall, Howick Village.

  • Howling Wolves Chamber Choir, Walsall 38 piece Chamber Choir from the University of Wolverhampton, led by Kevin Standard.

  • Howling Wolves Community Choir, Wolverhampton, West Midlands The Howling Wolves Community Choir is Wolverhampton’s very own community choir. We formed in 2013, and meet every Wednesday at the Newhampton Arts Centre, Dunkley Street, WV1 4AN from 7pm to 9pm. We welcome everybody to share the joy of singing together. You don’t have to be a great singer, or even have sung before. You don’t need to be able to read music.  We’re developing a wide repertoire that includes pop, folk and traditional songs from many parts of Wolverhampton’s diverse community and beyond.

  • Huddersfield Choral Society, W. Yorkshire The most famous of the Yorkshire choral societies, founded in 1836 and particularly well known for its performances of Handel's Messiah. Today's choir has around 200 singers.

  • Huddersfield Community Gospel Choir, Yorkshire The HCGC is a community based gospel choir whose mission is to bring diverse audiences together through life affirming roots and gospel music. Through performance, workshops, and other community-based activities, we seek to uplift, enrich, and educate.

  • Huddersfield People's Choir e-mail only: contact: annenicolson@hotmail.co.uk Anyone is welcome and we don't audition and rarely perform - simply sing for the sheer joy of it.  We meet on Wednesdays at 7.00 pm for 2 hours at St Thomas Church, Manchester Road, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire.

  • Huddersfield Rock Choir, W. Yorkshire The Huddersfield Rock Choir is led by singing teacher Elliot Sutcliffe. We have a great year lined up and we would like to invite you to join our choir and take part in the local Huddersfield and wider West Yorkshire county community. We are part of the pioneering Rock Choir singing groups. We often team up with the other local West Yorkshire choirs to sing in groups of any size, 100, 500 and even and even 12,000

  • Huddersfield Voices, Yorkshire Huddersfield voices was formed in 1946 and was known as the Huddersfield Methodist Choir.

  • Hull Bach Choir, Yorkshire The Hull Bach Choir, under its conductor Anthony Ford, has a well-established reputation in East Yorkshire for high quality performances of the world’s greatest and most popular choral works, especially in the Baroque repertoire, ably accompanied by local and not so local instrumental players who form the Hull Bach Orchestra.

  • Hull Choral Union, Yorkshire Founded in 1929 when two local societies, Hull Harmonic Society and Hull Vocal Society both established in the mid-1800s amalgamated, Hull Choral Union (HCU) has continued their tradition of enriching the musical life of the city. The Hull Choral Union continues the tradition of performing an ever-extending repertoire from the great classical oratorios to contemporary works. Membership stands at over one hundred mixed voices and we are always pleased to welcome new members. The Hull Choral Union is fortunate to have its own orchestra of local and regional musicians but on occasion sings with professional orchestras including the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic and the Hallé. The society continues to work with international soloists and conductors and is particularly keen to attract singers at the beginning of their careers.

  • Hull Community Voices We are a natural voice singing group based in Hull. We are an inclusive group, which means we welcome anyone whatever their age, experience or ability. We provide opportunities for people to explore harmony singing through singing a variety of material from around the world and to develop their own voice

  • Hull Freedom Chorus, Hull, Yorkshire You can apply to join the Hull Freedom Chorus if you are 14 and over, however if you are 17 and under you will need to be accompanied by a responsible adult. You don’t need to have any experience, singing ability or be able to read music, you just need to enjoy singing. You are expected to learn the songs and attend sufficient rehearsals to be able to perform the songs at events. You must attend all dress rehearsals and final performances. You will be asked to give permission to be filmed and photographed as part of this project.

  • Hull Male Voice Choir, Hull, Yorkshire Established in 1911, the Choir is strong and vibrant, fully aware of the great tradition of joyous singing which has been inherited from its predecessors and constantly looking forward to entertaining audiences everywhere. Concerts are given for a wide variety of charities and local good causes. On 1 November 2003 the Choir participated once again in the Yorkshire Festival of Music at the Royal Albert Hall in London where some 1,000 male voices and 350 ladies from a wide area formed a mass choir, enhanced by two top class Brass Bands, the event raising funds for Yorkshire Cancer Research

  • Hullabaloo Community Quire, Brighton, East Sussex Hullabaloo sing wild and wonderful, eclectic close harmony and deeply funky a cappella - from shanties to soul, Doo-Wop to Hip-Hop, and Rock to Reggae, and well as contemporary compositions for voice. There are no auditions and no need to read music. Hullabaloo singers learn by ear and sing from the soles of their feet! All you need are Monday nights free and a passion for song.

  • Humber Belles Ladies Barbershop Chorus, Grimsby, Lincolnshire We are a group of 40 ladies from all walks of life who meet every Thursday to sing arrangements of songs in 4-part harmony, mainly in the barbershop style. Our rehearsals re now held at Wendover Hall in Humberstone from 7.15pm until 9.30pm.

  • Humberston Singers, Grimsby, N Lincolnshire Mixed Choir of about 50 voices meeting at the Humberston Church, Humberston, Grimsby.

  • Humble Swain, Sheffield, Yorkshire Six local blokes who have been singing the carols in different pubs since the 1960’s came together to enjoy singing the carols in disciplined harmony! This objective has been at least partially achieved to the point where we humbly felt that we could make a useful contribution to the tradition. If we could help to encourage  more harmony in our local sings we could die happy!

  • Hungate Singers, Lincolnshire A 16 voice chamber choir with an unusually wide repertoire. Originally an off-shoot of the Lincoln Chamber choir, Hungate Singers was formed 15 years ago. Repertoire ranges from Bryd to the Beatles - and beyond, from church concerts to weddings and Cabarets with Jazz trios!

  • Huntingdon Harmonia Singers, Cambridgeshire. Fun unauditioned women's choir singing pop, musicals, folk, world and light classics. Thursdays 8-9.45pm Jubilee Park, Huntingdon.   

  • Huntingdon Male Voice Choir, Cambridge This 60-strong choir rehearses each week in the splendid surroundings of Hinchingbrooke House, former home of the Earl Of Sandwich

  • Huntingdonshire Philharmonic Choir, Cambridgeshire 100-strong and with their own orchestra, putting on 6 concerts a year.

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

  • Hutcheson's Choral Society, Glasgow Hutchesons' Choral Society is an amateur choir open to parents, staff and friends of Hutchesons' Grammar School as well as to people with no connection to the school. The choir is open to all with no requirement to audition. While the ability to read music would be an advantage, it is not essential. We only ask that you love choral music and that you are able to attend rehearsals on Monday evenings (7.30-9.30p.m.), between August and March, in the Fotheringay Centre, Fotheringay Road, Pollokshields. The Choral Society normally presents two concerts a year, one in Autumn and the other in Spring, in the Fotheringay Auditorium.

  • Hutton and Shenfield Choral Society, Essex One of the leading choral societies in Essex, with about 120 singers. They usually perform 3 concerts from the mainstream choral repertoire per year, plus a summer concert of lighter music and a highly popular Christmas Carol Concert

  • Hyndburn Singers, Accrington, Lancashire The Hyndburn Singers is a 45 strong mixed voice choir which sings a wide variety of easy-listening music including pop and show classics old and new, as well as more classical well known choral music. Our repertoire includes a whole range of different styles ranging from Mozart to Abba and Westlife. Rehearsals are on Tuesday evenings at 7.30 at Whalley Road United Reformed Church, Accrington. New members are most welcome. Some choral singing experience is helpful, but not essential.

  • Hywel Girls' Choir & Hywel Boy Singers,Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, Wales Currently having 75 choristers, aged 8-16 years, they've taken part in TV broadcasts spanning 160 countries. They were the first British choir to travel behind the Iron Curtain, and the first British amateur choir to undertake a concert tour of Moscow