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    • I Dodici, Consort, London I Dodici is a London based consort, founded in October 2016. The group is conducted by Gabriel Chernick and comprises twelve singers from a variety of backgrounds, including alumni choral scholars of Oxford and Cambridge, Durham and UCL, as well as London Conservatoires.Although their home is St James's Church Sussex Gardens, they have performed at many other renowned London venues including St Martin-in-the-Fields, Southwark Cathedral and the Queen's Chapel of the Savoy as part of the Brandenburg Festival.  

    • I Fagiolini, Cambridge Founded in 1986 while the singers were students at Oxford University. In 1988 the group won the UK Early Music Network’s Young Artists’ Competition and has since released twelve CDs and a DVD. It gives about 50 concerts a year from the BBC Proms and major European festivals to further afield such as the Far East and both ends of Africa. I Fagiolini’s core repertoire is Renaissance and contemporary solo-voice ensemble repertoire. In recent years it has pioneered innovative staged presentations with a project called The Theatre of Music, which bring classics of Renaissance secular music to life.

    • Ibstock Community Choir, Leicestershire Form in 2010 we meets every Thursday evening at Ibstock Methodist Church from 6.45 pm – 8.45 pm. New members are always welcome. No previous experience or ability to read music required just a desire to learn and a joy in singing. We sing a variety of songs ranging from popular classics from the shows to well known gospel songs and contemporary pop.

    • Iceni Choir, Norfolk We are a 40+ strong choir in Norfolk. The choir has been going for a while but recently subsumed another choir whose musical director retired and so has grown significantly. We have two main concerts coming up at the end of July.  In one we are singing the Fauré Requiem and in the other we are singing songs from popular musicals.

    • IDMC Gospel Choir IDMC is made up of around 20 talented individuals from many Christian denominations. Bringing this array of talent together is the one and only funk soul brother, John Fisher. A veteran to the growing UK Gospel industry, John has previously worked with the London Community Gospel Choir (LCGC). Finalists in Channel 4's Gospel Singer of the Year 2002

    • Ilesha Ladies, Barnsley, South YorkshireWe are a new choir formed in 2010. We are based in the town of Barnsley in South Yorkshire. We sing in three part harmony:- soprano, second soprano and alto, and perform a wide range of pieces including songs from the shows, traditional tunes, as well as modern. We are an amateur non denominational choir and we sing in our local community,and also further afield. 

    • Ilfracombe Male Voice Choir, Devon The Ilfracombe male voice choir raise money for charity all year. We normally have 3 charities a year. Rehearse every Tuesday and socialise after. 

    • Ilkley Choral Society  Established in 1949, Ilkley Choral Society continues the longstanding tradition of bringing music to the local community in association with our sister Society at Otley.

    • Ilkley Moornotes Community Choir, West Yorkshire  Moornotes is a community choir based in Ilkley, West Yorkshire. We sing primarily for our own pleasure though occasionally give informal performances in the area. We meet on Monday evenings during term-times from 7.00-9.15pm at the Friends' Meeting House on Queens Road, Ilkley, LS29 9QJ (map). New members always very welcome. There are no auditions - the only qualification is that you enjoy singing!  

    • Ilkley Rock Choir, Yorskhire

    • Illumina, London: e-mail only: contact illuminasingers@gmail.com Choir details: Made up of around 11 Professional Singers from London and conducted by Ross Jelf. The choir performs a wide range of repertoire from 16th century Polyphony to Modern compositions.

    • Illuminati, Woodbridge, Suffolk Illuminati was formed in early 2001. We specialise in unaccompanied choral music; our repertoire has expanded from ‘Fa la la la’ and ‘Hey nonny no’, after it became clear that an audience can only bear so much, and now covers a wide range of sacred and secular pieces, from English madrigals to Italian motets and modern arrangements of traditional folksongs.

    • Illumination, London Illumination, a small chamber choir is looking for experienced singers. We specialise in early and contemporary music, and rehearse in central London. You would need to be a good sight-reader, and be able to blend well in a small ensemble.  

    • Imari Ladies Choir, Draycott, Derbyshire Women who enjoy singing.  We'll sing anything from Bach to Abba, Doo-Wop to Show tunes, Blues and Jazz. Rehearsals in Draycott on Thursday evenings.

    • Imerys Mid Cornwall Male Choir, St Austell, Cornwall was formed in 2008 out of the ECC Engineers Choir and the St. Austell Choir, based in the St. Austell area the choir has 35 members, they sing a wide variety of music from classical to pop and in different locations such as Church, chapel and weddings.

    • Imerys Singers, St Austell, Cornwall This choir of around 36 ladies was formed in 1970 in response to demand from employees of what was then the English China Clay Company who were supporting several male voice choirs. Starting as the John Keay House Ladies Choir, under the leadership of Joan Richards, and later led by John Richards, it grew in numbers and excellence, becoming the ECC Ladies Choir and winning many prestigious prizes in local and national festivals. Ann Fleet, took over in 1994. Since then the company has become part of the Imerys Group, hence another name change and with it a change of style, introducing a wider and lighter range of music.

    • Immanuel's Ground, Warwick is a costumed quire, drawing some 30 plus members from the "Heart of England", generally speaking Oxfordshire, Northants, Worcestershire and Warwickshire. It specialises in music from the West Gallery period, ie roughly between 1725 and 1850, this including not only the sacred music sung in rural parish churches, but also secular part-songs, glees and catches, and the popular music, including acarols, of the period. This is accompanied by a small number of instruments such as would have been found in any village band of that time. The other part of the quire's repertoire comes from a parallel and living singing tradition in America, and especially New England, that of shapenote music, with its exciting and sometimes unexpected harmonies, kept alive  since the time of the earliest settlers. Included are some of the new compositions still being written today.

    • Imperial College Chamber Choir Imperial College Chamber Choir is a group of around 24 voices, all members of ICU Choir. The Chamber Choir was formed in 1997 when Therees Tkach Hibbard was appointed musical director of ICU Choir. Since then the Chamber Choir has performed every term, sometimes in conjunction with the main choir. The Chamber Choir also participates in Imperial College's official carol service
    • Imperial College Choir, London Imperial College Union Choir is a mixed group of about 120 voices. The Choir is an eclectic mix of people drawn from the students and staff of Imperial, as well as College Alumni. The Choir is led by Therees Tkach Hibbard and managed by an annually elected committee of 8 students. Any member of Imperial College Union is welcome to join the Choir at any time, although towards the start of term is usually easier.

    • Imperial College Gospel Choir, London Imperial College Gospel Choir is a fun, easy-going choir which has been running for just under 6 years now. We’ve gone from strength to strength singing a variety of songs from the traditional Christian Gospel music to the more contemporary.

    • Imperial Male Voice Choir, London 25-30 strong, founded in 1978 performing 3-4 concerts a year for charity with regular foreign tours. Prize winners of the  International Male Voice Choir Festival in 2005 and 2007. Conductor Deborah Miles-Johnson

    • Impromptu Ladies Choir, Sutton, Surrey Impromptu is an award-winning female choir that has been delighting audiences and adjudicators at concerts and competitions for 25 years. Based in Sutton in Surrey, we were British Adult Choir of the Year finalists in 2008, winners of the Manchester Amateur Choral Competition in 2010, and winners of Bournemouth Choir of the Year in 2016 – and we've got plenty of exciting plans for the future!

    • In-accord, North Shields, Tyne & Wear. Mixed voice choir singing for Pleasure. 30 members. Rehearsals. Sunday Evening – Howard Street Baptist Church, North Shields 7.30 – 9.30pm

    • In Accord, Nottingham Nottingham based mixed voice Chamber choir. 20-30 members, wide repertoire covering cabaret, classical, chamber and Christmas
    • In Deep over 50s senior Choir. London A choir for Over 50's which meets every fortnight on a Thursday at Grosvenor Hall, Vincent St, SW1P from 6.30 - 7.30 in Victoria, London. We have a conductor from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance as well as an accompanist. No audition is required and it is a really good way to meet others. We sing a range of songs including moonriver, over the rainbow, songs from the musicals, wartime and cockney songs.

    • In Sound Company Community Choir, Dudley, West Midlands In Sound Company is a community choir, with members from all over Dudley, Stourbridge, Halesowen area. If you’ve never sung in a choir before or don’t know if you can sing, come and give it a try in a friendly inclusive atmosphere. Men and women of all ages are very welcome. We now have about 50 members, including 10 men from 18 upwards! We are very friendly, you don’t need to be able to read music, there are no auditions.

    • In the Pink, Oxford  Oxford's newest all-female a cappella group, singing an eclectic combination of jazz, pop, rock, soul and swing and priding themselves on their energetic performance style and tongue-in-cheek sense of humour!

    • Incantata Ladies Choir, Newbury, Berkshire We are a growing, non-auditioned ladies' choir based in Newbury, West Berkshire, led by our Musical Director, Sally Cathcart. Our aim is to encourage and promote the enjoyment that music and singing can bring.

    • InChoir, Burgess Hill, West Sussex A pop, rock and soul choir for people who love to sing! there is no audition, no need to sing solo unless you want to, no need to read music, and your only requirement is a love of singing and a desire to have a good time.

    • InChoir, Crawley, West Sussex A pop, rock and soul choir for people who love to sing! there is no audition, no need to sing solo unless you want to, no need to read music, and your only requirement is a love of singing and a desire to have a good time.

    • InChoir, East Grinstead, West Sussex A pop, rock and soul choir for people who love to sing! there is no audition, no need to sing solo unless you want to, no need to read music, and your only requirement is a love of singing and a desire to have a good time.

    • InChoir, Haywards Heath, West Sussex A pop, rock and soul choir for people who love to sing! there is no audition, no need to sing solo unless you want to, no need to read music, and your only requirement is a love of singing and a desire to have a good time.

    • InChoir, Horsham, West Sussex A pop, rock and soul choir for people who love to sing! there is no audition, no need to sing solo unless you want to, no need to read music, and your only requirement is a love of singing and a desire to have a good time.

    • Inchorus Choir, Peebles, Scottish Borders InChorus was founded in 2008 in Peebles in the Scottish Borders. Andrew Russel encouraged the community to form a modern choir singing contemporary music. 97 people turned up to the opening rehearsal, and the choir remains 100-strong today.
      The singers represent all 16 years of age and upwards and backgrounds and joined for many different reasons, and in its first two years the choir has transformed from ‘a group of people interested in singing’ into a powerful choir capable of entertaining a broad range of audiences.

    • InCon Singers, Ashburton, Devon InCon are a choir of enthusiastic residents of Ashburton and around, who meet every Wednesday to rehearse a variety of music with their Musical Director Ralph Wickenden. We perform a few times every year, and have built up a solid fan-base in the town, who seem to enjoy our performances!

    • Index Cantorum, Winchester, Hampshire Unashamedly a ‘list of singers’ about 20-strong who sometimes take a break from professional commitments, musical or otherwise, to sing purely for pleasure, particularly Early Music

    • Ingatestone Choral Society, Essex One of the Five Choirs, who hold their festivals every other year in Brentwood Cathedral. In the intervening years they frequently join with Billericay Choral Society on a 'home and away' basis. They also have a Christmas concert in the village and usually a Spring concert

    • Inspire Community Voices, Bury, Lancashire A mixed a capella community choir based in Bury. We firmly believe that everybody can sing! We have a range of members, from the experienced choir singer to the shy shower singer all joining together to create beautiful harmonies. Everyone is welcome, all you need is the will to have a good sing!

    • Inspire Ladies Choir, Washington, Tyne & Wear A ladies' choir of presently 30 voices. The choir was originally formed in the 1930s and was revived after a 30 year gap, in 1989, as the Womens' Institute, Tyne & Wear South Federation Choir - a long title dropped to "Inspire" three years ago. The choir rehearse each Thursday morning and perform approx. 14 concerts a year and include a wide variety of musical styles in their repertoire. No audition or music-reading skills are required, the ladies meet together to enjoy learning in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. Membership of the Womens' Institute is not a requirement of joining the choir and all ages are welcome.

    • Inspiration, Newcastle & Leeds.  We have just performed our inaugural concerts to virtually sold out houses at The Sage Gateshead, with 350 singers and accompanied by the Northern Sinfonia. We sing many different styles of music from Showtunes through standards, to the classics. There are no auditions to join and our musical standards are very high. As well as three concerts a year, we also aim to take our singing into the community to help local charities, schools, hospitals etc. Rehearsals are in Newcastle on a Wednesday night in term-time and in Leeds on a Monday night, starting on April 20th.

    • InterChorus, University of Cardiff, Wales A mixed group featuring everything from the deepest of basses to the highest of sopranos. Being open to all abilities, our priority is having fun whilst creating a unified wall of sound. Our pieces range from musicals to modern dance music and beyond.
    • Intonation Choir, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire Intonation Choir aims to sing superbly, to give ourselves and our audience joy.  We work hard (and laugh hard) with a small repertoire, reinforcing our collective learning through listening to each other and focussing on our sound together.
    • inTune, Wadebridge & Truro, Cornwall A new contemporary choir coming to locations throughout South West with rehearsals starting in September 2013. If you are nervous or apprehensive - fear not. There are no auditions and you don't have to sing any solos (unless you want to!) If you can't read music that doesn't matter either as Amy will teach you to sing the songs by ear. Besides, most of the repertoire will be songs you already know and love which makes them easier to learn. The harmonies make the songs that bit more special and you will find the experience truly uplifting and a lot of fun!

    • Inverness Choral Society  The Society has its roots in the 19th century, was formally established in 1960 and, with over 100 members, is the largest society in the Highlands.  It gives two annual concerts and, in the run-up to Christmas, performs an all-day charity 'Carolthon' in Inverness.  There is no formal audition, but new members are given a short voice test to determine which section of the choir would suit them best. 

    • Inverurie Choral Society, Aberdeenshire Established in 1998, and currently with 40 members -- no audition necessary.

    • Invicta Voices, London Invicta Voices and Invicta Upper Voices. A Capella Chamber Choirs conducted by Matt Bamford, resident in London. Perform concerts across the UK and Europe.

    • Invidia Voices (Rock & Soul Choir), Acle, Norfolk A Rock and Soul Choir. One of our more intimate meetings, the Wednesday group meet in the comfortable and cosy village hall-like atmosphere of the Acle Parish Hall. You’ll find the community spirit immediately inviting, making this a great environment for both new singers and accomplished voices to express themselves. Your Wednesday night group is hosted by Matt Emerson, a founding member of Invidia Voices. A skilled and passionate musician in his own right, he understands how to relate to all levels of singer and help you bring out the best in your own abilities.

    • Invidia Voices (Rock & Soul Choir), Dereham, Norfolk A Rock and Soul Choir. New Thursday group will be meeting in the beautiful Trinity Methodist Church – a classic building with full amenities, disabled access and free parking. You’ll find the community spirit immediately inviting, making this a great environment for both new singers and accomplished voices to express themselves.

    • Invidia Voices (Rock & Soul Choir), Diss, Norfolk New Rock and Soul Singing group meeting on a a Tuesday in the beautiful St Henry Morse Church – a new and modern building with full amenities, disabled access and free parking. You’ll find the community spirit immediately inviting, making this a great environment for both new singers and accomplished voices to express themselves.

    • Invidia Voices (Rock & Soul Choir), Great Yarmouth, Norfolk Singing is always better when you can hear the difference. That’s exactly what you get with our Great Yarmouth group, located in the acoustically-perfect hall of the Old Meeting Unitarian Church. We rehearse on Thursdays. As with all of our groups there’s an exciting and positive energy here, with new and established members waiting to make you feel warm and welcome. Your tutor for the evening is established singer and performer Samantha Coe. She is an excellent coach and mentor who is able to guide you through the skills and techniques for all of our songs, helping you blossom as an Invidia member and performer.

    • Invidia Voices (Rock & Soul Choir), Lowestoft, Norfolk A new singing group meeting on a Tuesday in the recent refurbished Christ Church along the waterfront – a classic building with full modern amenities, disabled access and free parking. You’ll find the community spirit immediately inviting, making this a great environment for both new singers and accomplished voices to express themselves.

    • Invidia Voices (Rock & Soul Choir), North Walsham, Norfolk Singing is always better when there’s a sense of occasion. That’s exactly what you get with our North Walsham group, located in the impressive annex of the Atrium performance centre at the North Walsham High School. We meet on a Monday. As with all of our groups there’s an exciting and positive energy at the North Walsham group, with established members waiting to make you feel warm and welcome. mYour host for the evening is national Blues Awards nominee Charlotte Joyce. She is an excellent performer and mentor who is able to guide you through the harmonies and voices for all of our songs, helping you blossom as an Invidia member.

    • Invidia Voices (Rock & Soul Choir), Norwich, Norfolk The longest running Invidia Voices group takes place at St Luke’s Church, Norwich, providing a home for our Tuesday and Thursday groups. You’ll feel relaxed and invigorated in this wood-panelled space with excellent acoustics and comfortable chairs. Invidia Voices was born in St Luke’s Church, Norwich. With around 50-60 members attending most sessions there is a busy, vibrant feel together with an inclusive vibe. Halfway through the evening tea and biscuits are provided, giving you pause for refreshment and a chance to catch up with other members.

    • Invidia Voices (Rock & Soul Choir), West Runton, Norfolk One of our more intimate meetings, this Wednesday group meet in the cosy West Runton Church Hall. You’ll find the community spirit immediately inviting, making this a great environment for both new singers and accomplished voices to express themselves. Your Wednesday night group is hosted by Charlotte Joyce, our tutor for our North Walsham group. A skilled and passionate musician in her own right, she understands how to relate to all levels of singer and help you bring out the best in your own abilities.

    • Invidia Voices (Rock & Soul Choir), Wymondham, Norfolk Want to try singing in Wymondham? Our Monday night session takes place at Fairland United Reform Church  (our new venue for 2017!). This spacious yet cozy venue is perfect for singing your heart out, with full kitchen facilities and even a stage for any impromptu performing! This is one of our smaller, mixed ability groups, giving members and new additions a friendly and supportive atmosphere where you’re free to sing and get to know the group. A perfect place to get to know one another and make new friends. Hosting the evening’s proceedings is Lauren Dove, an accomplished Blues and Rock singer in her own right. A coach highly rated by Invidia members with a welcoming nature and a passion for helping people realise their singing potential.

    • Ionian Singers, London A 35-strong chamber choir giving concerts in central London and the provinces. Their repertoire is 16th-century to the present, and they record commercially

    • Ipswich Bach Choir, Suffolk 80-strong, with a wide repertoire from Baroque to the present day.

    • Ipswich Barbershop Harmony Club, Suffolk.  Also known as "The VIPs", we formed in 2013 to promote Barbershop singing in Suffolk.  We currently have about 18 members and compete at annual Barbershop conventions as well as singing locally for charities and fund raising, or just for fun. We rehearse every Tuesday evening at Norton Village Hall, Ixworth Road, Norton, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP31 3LP.

    • Ipswich Chamber Choir, Suffolk In the 30 years since its debut, Ipswich Chamber Choir has established a reputation for the highest standard of performance. The choir works with professional ensembles and soloists. Concert programmes range from Thomas Tallis to Edward Elgar. We are a friendly choir pleased to collaborate with other groups, giving 2 - 3 concerts a year in churches in and around Ipswich. We employ a professional musical director and accompanist. Rehearsals are held on Tuesday evening, 7.30 - 9.30 (September - May) at St Mary-le-Tower, Ipswich.

    • Ipswich Choral Society, Suffolk The Ipswich Choral Society is a friendly mixed choir of some 70 members. It is the second oldest Choral Society in England, having been formed in 1824 by a group who gave the first provincial performance of Haydn’s Creation in their first concert. The Society caters for all abilities and has a wide musical repertoire. In the recent past, our concert programmes have ranged from 19th century African - Missa Luba - to Mozart’s Requiem and all styles in between.

    • Ipswich Community Gospel Choir, Suffolk For some time there has been a real desire amongst local musicians and singers to come together and form a gospel choir drawing in singers from the Christian community. It is envisaged that Ipswich Community Gospel Choir will attract Christians from the many churches in Ipswich and its environs; of various musical background, culturally diverse backgrounds and mix of age.

    • Ipswich Hospital Community Choir, Suffolk The IHCC exists in order to provide a place where people of all ages and backgrounds can join together in the pure pleasure of singing. We are in no way a formal choral society, rather we are a very relaxed and fun group. We are affiliated with the Ipswich Hospital and, as such, are regularly asked to perform at hospital events.No audition is required to sing with us, just a basic ability to hear the music. There are currently no costs associated with being a member.

    • Irlam Male Voice Choir, Lancashire A long established amateur choir, with members coming from all backgrounds, occupations and levels of singing experience. We sing for our own enjoyment and to give pleasure to our audiences, performing twenty concerts or so each year to raise money for charities and deserving causes.

    • Ishirini, Cambridge Ishirini, Swahili for twenty, is a chamber choir which explores and celebrates choral traditions from around the world. Rooted in the Cambridge choral tradition, Ishirini has developed a range of innovative and collaborative projects. In tours to Nepal, India and Tanzania, as well as in concerts in the UK, Europe and Jordan, Ishirini has been highly acclaimed for the quality of its singing and the variety of its repertoire. 

    • Isle of Anglesey Choral Society. North Wales e-mail only: contact: petrat@btinternet.com  The Isle of Anglesey Choral Society is a mixed choir meeting at the Valley Hotel, Valley, Anglesey every Thursday between 7.15 and 9.15pm.  New members are welcome, particularly tenors and bases, and need not be readers although the ability to sight read would be an advantage.

    • Isle of Axholme Choral Society, Epworth, North Lincolnshire. We are a small rural society of around 40 endeavouring to serve the local community and encourage the arts in the Isle of Axholme, North Lincolnshire.Our rehearsals are held at the local Community & Arts School in Epworth, which is a small market town and of course is famous world-wide as the "home of the Wesleys", and known as the birthplace of both John and brother Charles Wesley, the hymn writer, so we have a tradition to maintain here.

    • Isle of Man Choral Society The Isle of Man Choral Society is a large community choir based in the Isle of Man with a membership of over 130. It was founded in 1979 by Alan Pickard, who is now President. For more than 25 years, the choir has performed many of the finest and best-loved works of the great composers, on the Isle of Man and further afield. New members are always welcome.
    • Isle of Mull Gaelic Choir, Mull, Argyll, Scotland  A Gaelic choir located on the Isle of Mull, Argyll, Scotland, who complete in the local and national mods in the rural choir competitions.

    • Islington Choral Society, London A lively, friendly, non-auditioned performing group of about 150 choral singers based in Islington, North London. We rehearse every Tuesday night in Highbury and regular give concerts. New members are always welcome.

    • Istead Rise Ladies Choir, Northfleet, Kent: e-mail only: contact Ann Kent  A ladies Choir of approx. 24 voices.  We meet on a wed. evening from 8pm to 9.30pm at Istead Rise church, Northfleet Kent.

    • Iver Singers, Iver, Buckinghamshire. Started in 2014, Iver Singers is singing for fun and everyone is welcome – no auditions.  We rehearse Tuesday evenings at 7.30 – 9.30 during term time only.  We do occasional singouts/carol concerts for the local community.

    • Ivybridge Community Choir, Devon 

    • IWM (Imperial War Museum) Singers, London A choral group in Lambeth. We rehearse Wednesday evenings at 6:00-7:30pm - 3 terms per year at St. George's Cathedral, opposite the Imperial War Museum, Lambeth. Early to modern A cappella repertoire. The choir is made up of staff and friends of the museum, and is open to membership from the general public.