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  • K Shoes Male Voice Choir, Kendal, Cumbria  The 45 strong choir was created in the early '70's from the Netherfield Male Voice Choir which was previously for employees of K shoes. The choir gives about 12 concerts each year in and around Cumbria and North Lancashire.

  • Kadenza Women's Choir, Horwich, Bolton, Lancs We are a womens choir who meet in Horwich every Monday evening. We sing for fun and friendship and for our own pleasure. We perform a couple of times a year in our own concert as well as at the National Street Choir Festival.
    We're always available to do charity gigs, weddings or other special occasions.

  • Kainé Gospel Choir, Leicester Gospel Arts Site

  • Kaleidoscope Community Choir, Derby A community choir of around 40 members. We sing songs from Georgia, Bulgaria, AFrica, and other cultures, as well as arrangements of pop, folk and early music. We do not audition and members do not need to read music. We occasionally perform for good causes. We meet during school term time and people can join at any time.

  • Kaleidoscope Girls Choir, County Antrim Based in County Antrim, Kaleidoscope started life as a training organisation for Loughside Chamber Choir, but in recent years the teenage group has become very successful in its own right. Kaleidoscope operates in junior and senior sections, with the main group in Newtownabbey being complemented by a twin organisation in County Armagh. The girls work on the same repertoire and then join together for concerts and competitions.

  • Kaleidoscope, Lichfield, Staffordshire A ladies choir, was formed in 1994 to promote and foster a love of singing and aid selected charities wherever possible. The name reflects the ethos of the choir in encouraging singers of all backgrounds, ages and abilities, and performing a real variety of music. There are currently 35 members lead by M.D. Louise Franks. We rehearse weekly in Lichfield, Staffordshire and have members from across much of South Staffordshire.

  • Kaleidoscope Singers, Steyning, West Sussex We are a mixed voice chamber choir based in the beautiful West Sussex town of Steyning and we enjoy an eclectic range of both a cappella and accompanied choral music. We were founded in 2002 under the musical direction of our Musical Director Zoe Peate, and sing mainly in Steyning – in St Andrew’s Church and the Steyning Centre, but have also performed at many other venues including Brighton Pavilion, St Mary's House, Hurstpierpoint College Chapel, Petworth House, and at weddings and other events

  • Kaos Signing Choir, London The Kaos Signing Choir for Deaf & Hearing Children is an integrated project for young people aged 4 to 18. The choir has wowed audiences at venues such as the Royal Festival Hall, London’s Barbican Centre and St. Paul’s Cathedral, has performed many times on national TV, and recently reached a global audience when it sang and signed the National Anthem at the 2012 London Olympic Games.We have a ‘no audition’ policy and previous experience is not necessary. All participants in our workshops, automatically become members of The Kaos Signing Choir for Deaf and Hearing Children.

  • Keble College Chapel Choir, Oxford The Chapel Choir sings regular chapel services on Wednesday and Sunday in the vast neo-gothic splendour of Keble College Chapel, and is arguably one of the best mixed choirs in Oxford

  • Kedron Singers, Glasgow We are a Christian Choir, formed in 1955 just after Billy Graham visited Glasgow, bringing the Christian message to people in Glasgow and the surrounding areas through the spoken word and our music.

  • Keele Bach Choir, Staffordshire Keele Bach Choir is a balanced, auditioned, 40-strong choir of some 35 years’ standing, which draws on the best singers from Keele and the wider community – members come from Staffordshire, Shropshire and Cheshire. Rehearsals are on Thursday evenings.

  • Keele Voices, Keele University, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire Keele Philharmonic Choir joins with Keele Philharmonic Orchestra to form one society, run by a student committee. Matthew Willis has been our Conductor and Artistic Director since 2001, breathing new life into the choir, introducing a yearly summer tour (this year's being Austria) and exciting repertoire such as Bernstein's Chichester Psalms, and the upcoming Berlioz' Requiem. Formerly a compulsory activity for University Music students, the choir's membership is now diversified with singers of all ages, from all over campus and the surrounding area, thus creating a pleasant atmosphere and high quality, vibrant concerts.

  • Keighley Vocal Union, Yorkshire 70-voice choir founded in 1906, a former winner of the Mixed Voice Choirs competition at the Llangollen International Eisteddfod and best known for its unaccompanied singing. It has had only two conductors (both called Smith) and two accompanists since the mid 1930's. 

  • Kelsborrow Choir, Chester The Kelsborrow Choir takes its name from Kelsborrow Hill near Chester in the county of Cheshire. In 2016 the Choir celebrated its 60th Anniversary . Our music is varied, we sing songs from the musicals, some jazz and spirituals, together with more modern songs. From time to time we also sing some classical and church music – Something for everyone!

  • Keltique, Looe, Cornwall Keltique is a thriving and passionate award-winning vocal group of women of all ages and musical abilities, who share one thing – a love and enthusiasm for the music they sing, from modern pop and songs from the shows to gospel and traditional classics.  We perform all over South East Cornwall – whether more formally in local churches and halls, at the Looe Music Festival, the West Looe May Fayre, the Polperro Arts Festival, at Christmas lights ceremonies, or informally at flashmobs, at weddings and parties, on the beach or in the pub! – and we always aim to present a versatile musical repertoire but, most of all, we just love singing together!

  • Kelvedon Singers, Colchester, Essex The Kelvedon Singers now have no connection save their history with the town in which they were started nearly 40 years ago. Most of the present members have been singing together for many years, but welcome new members who share their sheer enjoyment of singing. Members come from a wide area of South Suffolk and North Essex and perform in churches and other venues for many different charities. Their repertory is broad: from Elizabethan madrigals and church music to spirituals and jazz. We often perform with instrumentalists and guest soloists and always welcome invitations to new venues.

  • Kelvin Choir, Bearsden, Glasgow We are a new choir arising from the now defunct Bearsden Training Choir. We are a non audition SATB choir with a core of about 40 members singing all sorts of music although performances have tended towards the religious.

  • Kemsing Singers, Kent. Founded in 1964 and based in the village of Kemsing, the group draws its membership from the broader Sevenoaks district. Rehearsals take place each Monday (September to May) in St Edith Hall, Kemsing. The choir gives at least four main concerts each year under its musical director, Sara Kemsley and pianist Peter Young. New singers would be very welcome.

  • Kendal Choral Society, Kendal, Cumbria The society is one of the three oldest surviving choral societies in the country, being founded in 1871, initially to help raise funds for an industrial exhibition the following year. Kendal Choral Society maintains a membership of around 50 singers, and is always ready to welcome new members. The choir has a wide repertoire, performing standard choral favourites such as "Messiah" and "Elijah" alongside works by modern composers such as Gorecki and John Tavener as well as a variety of anthems and part songs. On the other hand, a concert "On the lighter side" featured arrangements of popular songs from the '70's and '80's and vocal arrangements of songs from hit musicals such as "Cats" and "Les Miserables".

  • Kendal South Choir, Cumbria Kendal South Choir is a long-established choir based in the South Lakes area, about 50 strong, rehearsing and performing works from the standard classical repertoire of oratorio, masses, cantatas etc., although new and interesting works also form a part of the Choir's programmes. We usually present two major concerts a year, generally accompanied by professional musicians and soloists, with additional concerts arranged when possible.

  • Kenfig Hill & District Male Choir, Porthcawl, South Wales. Choral singing in Kenfig Hill can be traced as far back as 1890 when the Kenfig Hill Male Voice Party won competitions from as far as the lovely Vale of Glamorgan to the distant coastal town of Swansea. Since those days, many choirs under the Kenfig Hill banner  have come and gone. Prior to the formation of the present choir in December 1971, its predecessor was forced to disband through lack of public support in 1949. For more than 20 years the male choral vacuum remained unfilled until a small band of hopefuls from the village met at the local rugby club and formed the present choir. The choir rehearses in the Choral Suite at the Greenacre Motel, North Cornelly each Monday and Thursday evenings. Visitors who would like to come along between 7.30pm and 9pm to see the choir at work, in the preparation of their music, will be assured of a very warm welcome.

  • Kensington Community Choir was set up with the intention of enhancing community cohesion within the Royal Borough especially for hard to reach individuals and groups. Membership ranges from Primary Care Trust staff, to local people who live in the community, children and teenagers, some with learning difficulties. To recruit for this choir I ran singing workshops and taster sessions giving participants the opportunity to work on building vocal confidence.  To begin with the aim was to have fun with singing and participants can take part as little or often as they like. As well as achieving high standards, participants focus on building vocal strength and confidence with singing and I use vocal and body percussion to achieve these outcomes. They work on a developing technique for breathing, diction, phrasing, timing, rhythm, listening, voice projection, posture etc.  The choir has performed at various local events including the Earls Court Community Festival Music Stage, The launch of the Adult Learning Consortium and Kensington & Chelsea AGM.

  • Kensington Singers, London If you love singing and want to meet like minded people, improve your skills and learn new music, come along! Don’t let the word ‘choir’ put you off. We are fun, friendly and sing a wide range of styles. You don’t need to be able to read sheet music (though we do use sheet music most of the time) as MP3s are provided to practise with.

  • Kent Chamber Choir Be welcomed to this site by an MP3 file of the choir performing Brother James' Air. They perform all over Kent and beyond: in 2000 this included Montreuil-sur-Mer, Boulogne, St Margaret's Church -- Westminster Abbey, and Tonbridge School Chapel

  • Kent County Junior Choir In July 1987 and 1988 the first two 3-day residential singing courses for junior and younger secondary school pupils were held at Benenden School. Following the great success of these courses and the enthusiasm they engendered, the Kent County Junior Choir was formed, comprising children from all areas of the county aged 11 to 14. The choir is taught by choral and vocal specialists, who also teach music in the county's schools and Kent Music School's music centres.

  • Kent County Junior Singers The youngest and newest of the County Youth Choirs, formed in September 1992, are affectionately known as the "Smarties" because of the multi-coloured T-shirts they wear on stage. The singers are aged between 8 and 13 years and the main aim of this group is to communicate to children the sheer joy of singing, leading them to understand the delight of the emotional and dramatic response they are capable of giving and receiving.

  • Kent Chorus, Tunbridge Wells, Kent A friendly and exciting choir performing music to a high standard with concerts, concert tours, christmas carols and more. New and experienced singers welcome - come and join us!

  • Kent LGBT Choir, Canterbury, Kent

  • Kent Police Male Voice Choir  Formed in March 1978 with 25 police officers and 1 civilian. Now 45 members and open to local community members.

  • Kent Youth Choir The county's principal youth choir was formed in January 1983 to give opportunities for choral singing at an advanced level to talented and committed musicians between the ages of 15 and 21. Residential courses are held in the three main school holiday periods, when a balanced programme of music in varying styles and from many periods and countries is studied in depth in preparation for public performances

  • Kent Youth Singers

  • Formed in 1988 in response to demand for places in the Kent Youth Choir. A lively and talented mixed choir, aged 14 to 21 years, members are selected by audition from across the county - places in the Kent Youth Singers are highly sought after. With experience gained in this group, many members go on to audition successfully for membership of the Youth Choir. A varied programme of music, which includes some choreographed items, is studied during the three residential courses that the Singers share with the Choir each year.
  • Kentwood Show Choir, Swindon, Wiltshire The Kentwood Show Choir, from Swindon, Wiltshire, is like no other choir you will ever have seen before! Led by the inimitable Sheila Harrod, and accompanied by a trio of excellent musicians, the Choir delivers songs from its vast repertoire with energy, passion ,movement and style. From blues to ballads, showstoppers to swing, and classics to chart toppers, the Choir creates a sound that can take your breath away. Then one of the many talented soloists will step forward to deliver a performance that would take some beating on the West End stage. Many of the songs featured have been specially arranged for Kentwood by both local and nationally acclaimed musicians, including top West End musical director Paul Maguire and ex-Kings singer Bob Chilcott.

  • Kerrier Male Choir, Cornwall The Kerrier Male Choir began life as the St. Keverne Male Voice Choir which was formed on the 22nd April 1944 at a special meeting which took place in the St. Keverne Village Hall where the statutory rules for the running of the Choir were agreed. The Choir voted to change its name to Kerrier Male Choir in November 2014. The Choir is always looking to recruit new members and you can be assured of a very friendly welcome and an enjoyable evening of singing. If you would like to become a member of the Choir please come along to Sainsbury's cafe, Helston where practices are now held every Monday evening, commencing at 7.30 p.m.

  • Kessenyan Singers, Torpoint, Cornwall We are a 30-32 voice mixed adult choir founded in 1994. Our repertoire is designed specifically for public and special occasion performances being mainly 20th century, both sacred and secular, and with some traditional Cornish works thrown in, and ranges from John Rutter to swing and close harmony. We tour, especially to Ontario, Canada every three years or so, as well as around the UK, and perform in traditional Cornish costume: the men wear the full formal Cornish National tartan kilts with matching black jackets, and the ladies wear complementary green ball gowns with a tartan sash.

  • Keswick Choral Society, Cumbria We are a mixed voice choir of about 45 members, and welcome singers of all ages and abilities who would like to join us. Our aim is to enable people from Keswick and its surrounding area to come together and enjoy learning and performing a varied repertoire of classical and modern choral music. We give two concerts each season, in the winter and spring.

  • Keswick Hall Choir, Norwich, Norfolk The city's leading chamber choir, 40-strong. It specialises in early music but has an equally impressive reputation for performing contemporary works. It main concert venue is Norwich Cathedral

  • Kettering Phoenix Singers, Northampton We are a mixed choir (SATB) of approximately 20 voices committed to exploring the choral music repertoire together and bringing it to our audiences in and around Kettering, Northamptonshire. Please do take a look around and if you like what you see, do consider coming along to our next performance, or even taking the plunge and joining the choir yourself.  You can never have too many voices in a choir!

  • Keynsham Good Afternoon Choir, Somerset The Keynsham Good Afternoon Choir meets every Wednesday afternoon from 2pm - 4pm at Keynsham Methodist Church – on the corner of Charlton Road, Keynsham, BS31 2JA. There is NO charge for attending your first rehearsal and membership forms are available at every rehearsal. You are welcome to join at any time. The choir rehearsals are in 4 terms of 10 weeks and members pay per term £3.60 per session, this covers room hire, music, admin and musician fees. You DO NOT need to join at the start of a term, you can simply come along to any rehearsal and pick up a members form should you wish to join the choir - your fee will then be worked out for the remainder of that term.

  • Khoros Choir, Lambeth, London Performing a wide repertoire from Renaissance polyphony to works commissioned from living composers, Khoros is made up of a group of talented young singers from a wide range of backgrounds, led by Patrick Allies. Khoros sing at concerts and services in London several times a year including regular performances as part of the Brandenburg Choral Festival's spring and autumn series

  • Kibworth Ladies Choir, Leicester An award winning and all welcoming ladies choir set up in 2012 by Louis Jones

  • Kidderminster Choral Society, Worcestershire The 140-strong mixed-voice Society performs the great choral works, from the Classical to the Modern, usually in the 150-year-old Town Hall in Kidderminster.  It is 105 years old, but young at heart - as its youth choir, Wyre Forest Young Voices, and its children's choir, Primary Chords, can testify.  In 2005 it will present the Kidderminster Music Festival, as part of the celebrations of the Town Hall's birthday. Since 1989 it has had a close link with the Theodor Storms Chor, its partner choir in Kidderminster's German twin town

  • Kidderminster Male Voice Choir, Worcester Male choir singing began in Kidderminster in 1878 when the Glee Union was formed. Following its disbandment the Kidderminster Male Choir was formed in 1904.

  • Kidderminster Rock Choir, Worcestershire Rock Choir rehearsals are taking place in Kidderminster on Monday nights from 8pm-9.30pm! Venue - Severn Valley Railway Station Drive Kidderminster DY10 1QX

  • Kidderminster Valentines, Worcestershire Kidderminster Valentines female voice choir  celebrate their 25th anniversary in 2013 and now number over 70 voices. The choir have a reputation for their beautiful harmonies, their emphasis being on consistently rich, full bodied, mellow four part harmonies produced by voices covering a wide age range. Their repertoire is versatile and accommodates most musical tastes from Beethoven to Barbershop and Mozart to musicals. The ladies are much sought after to sing in concerts and weddings across Worcestershire.

  • Kids Choir, Surrey For ages 5-7

  • Kidwelly Festival Choir, South Wales A mixed voice choir formed in 1983, the year of the Festival of Castles. The Choir performs a varied repertoire, from sacred and classical pieces to musical showtunes and popular songs. Our Annual Concert takes place in St. Mary's Church, Kidwelly. The Choir has performed at many other venues, in South Wales and beyond, including three times at the Royal Albert Hall concert for 1000 mixed voices. We are twinned with a German choir and have performed in Mannheim, Weinheim and Nieder-Liebersbach on two exchange visits. We have also raised over £10,000 for charities.

  • Kilmallie Singers, Fort William, Invernesshire, Scotland The Kilmallie Singers began in 1970 as a small choir for Kilmallie Church, Caol, (near Fort William) and consisted of 2 sopranos, 2 altos, 1 tenor, 1 bass, and the conductor/accompanist. Over the years it has grown into a community choir with around 65 members. Since its inception, the choir has been conducted by Heather Moore, ex-Principal Teacher of Music at Lochaber High School, Fort William. Since Heather's tragic and untimely death in July 2006, the task of conductor has fallen on the able and illustrious Andrew Simpson. The singers rehearse on Thursday evenings between September and April, accompanied by the popular and talented Jennifer Skene, and their aim is to enjoy singing together and to have FUN. They have performed a wide range of music, from classic choral works to the Beatles, to appreciative audiences in Lochaber.

  • Kimpton Village Choir, Hertfordshire  Now in its fourth season and has a committed core of around 30 singers. No experience required, no auditions, and you don't need to read music

  • Kincorth Academy Show Choir, Aberdeen, Scotland. We are not your typical school choir. Maximum size of 25. All female voices and entry is by audition only. We specialise in a "popular" repertoire mostly focusing on gospel, soul and R'n'B with the occasional show song in there too.

  • Kinder Children's Choirs of the High Peak, Derbyshire The Kinder Children's Choirs of the High Peak have been one of the major success stories in the cultural life of the High Peak during the past decade. Founded nine years ago by their Music Director, Joyce Ellis, a former opera singer who resides in the High Peak, the choirs quickly gained a national and international profile with successes in major competitions, appearances in prestigious concert venues, on CDs and in a series of BBC TV and Granada TV programmes.

  • King Charles Singers, Tunbridge Wells, Kent Small choir of ex-choral scholars, 1-2 to a part, singing occasional services and concerts

  • King Edward Musical Society, Macclesfield, Cheshire A 75-strong choir and an orchestra presenting about 5 concerts a year of both orchestral and choral works

  • Kingdom Choir, South London The Kingdom Choir is a collective of outstanding singers drawn from various denominations in the South East area of England. They are a unique group of dedicated men and women, who blend Choral discipline with the raw Gospel spiritual sound – drawn from an inner experience. The choir have sung before the Queen and other dignitaries such as Nelson Mandela and Bishop Desmond Tutu as well as alongside artists like Elton John and Luther Vandross.

  • Kingdom Singers, Dunfermline. Scotland A 20 strong auditioned mixed voice. We describe our music as "Songs for Everyone" as we have a wide repertoire, including songs from the shows, Scottish, traditional folk, Choral works (including a few performances of Stainer's Crucifixion), and even variations on pop songs. We perform at around 12 concerts per year and each concert has its repertoire chosen to suit the audience or event. We have been in existence for thirteen years.

  • Kingfisher Chorale, Leicestershire 25-30 people, with admission by invitation and audition. Sainsbury's Choir of the Year finalists in 1998; heat winners in 2000. Taking bookings for 2003

  • King's College Choir, Cambridge Owes its existence to Henry VI, who envisaged the daily singing of services in his magnificent chapel. Today's choir of 16 choristers, 14 choral scholars and two organ scholars is famous for its annual Christmas Eve broadcast of the Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols.

  • King’s Community Choir, Warrington, Cheshire King’s Community Choir is made up of adults, just like you, who enjoy singing and performing together. Having started in November 2009, the choir has around 30 members. Our debut performance, at a Christmas celebration at King’s Church Warrington, can be viewed on YouTube. Our repertoire includes songs from shows, some new arrangements of classic popular songs alongside some more classical pieces – a real mixed bag. The aim of the choir is to have fun together and help to increase and support the sense of community in the Great Sankey area.

  • Kings Langley Community Choir, Kings Langley, Hertfordshire We are an A Cappella choir with a reputation for strong melodic singing delivered through layered harmonies. The choir’s repertoire embraces a wide range of musical styles, with performances including songs such as Steeleye Span’s Gaudette, Forever Young by Bob Dylan, Rollin' In The Deep (Adele) and the ELO's Mr Blue Sky.

  • King's Lynn Festival Chorus, King's Lynn, Norfolk Community choir based in King's Lynn. Seeking to achieve high standards of choral singing across a broad repertoire. New members always welcome.

  • King's Lynn Male Voice Choir

  • King's Lynn Minster Choir King's Lynn Minster possesses a fine four-part choir performing, to a high standard, repertoire that spans from the 16th century to the present day.  It is always looking for new members to join, all voices are needed and no audition is necessary. The choir rehearses each Friday from 7:30 to 8:30pm, and usually sings Choral Evensong on Sunday evenings (from 6:00 to 7:30pm), although once a month it sings Choral Eucharist in the morning (from about 9:20am). In addition to the usual offices, the choir sings for all of the town’s Civic services and occasionally sings Evensong in Norwich and Peterborough cathedrals.

  • King's Voices, Cambridge The mixed voice choir of King's College, Cambridge, founded in 1997 to give the women of King's the opportunity to contribute vocally to the musical life of the College.

  • Kingsclere Singers,Newbury, Berkshire The choir, formally called ‘The Kingsclere Choral Society’, was formed in the 1920′s by the addition of men’s voices to the WI choir. The name has now been changed to reflect a new style of choir and repertoire which we hope will appeal to a wider audience. Tthe choir visits a variety of local venues, performing music from the 15th-21st centuries; from unison singing to Close harmony; from Bach to Beatles; from Offenbach to ‘Often in the West End’. Much has changed over the years, (in 1925 the annual subscription was 3/-, 15p), but the spirit and enthusiasm of the choir has not. Enjoyment of singing is all that is required to join and meet new members of all ages are always very welcome. We meet in the Methodist Schoolroom, Kingsclere (next to the Methodist church) on Mondays 7.30pm to 9.30pm. Just drop in if you are at all interested. We have a four week ‘cooling off’ period so there is no initial commitment and NO AUDITION!!!

  • Kingston Choral Society, Surrey 100-strong, performing 4 concerts a year, from Bach to Gershwin and interspersed with ambitious projects. Over the past few years they've sung works in old Czech, medieval Swedish and Russian

  • Kingston Madrigal Society The Kingston-upon-Thames Madrigal Society was founded in 1905 and meets to sing madrigals six times a year, just for enjoyment without giving concerts.

  • Kingston Orpheus Choir, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey A 40-50 strong SATB non-audition choir, rehearsing at St John the Evangelist Church, Springfield Road, Kingston upon Thames Choir on Wednesday nights. The choir was formed in 1944 and is seeking new members, particularly male voices.

  • Kington Choral Society, Kington, Herefordshire is based on the Welsh borders and meets every Monday evening when we rehearse both standard (and not so standard) choral works .  We do not hold auditions,  asking only for enthusiasm and commitment to upholding our high standard of public performance and welcome new members warmly - especially tenors, both male and female!

  • Kington Community Choir, Herefordshire We meet on Thursday evenings during term time between 7.00 pm and 9.00 pm at Kington Primary School, Mill Street, Kington.   The only exception to this will be during the school’s Summer Break, when we continue to meet on Thursday evenings throughout July. We do not hold auditions and new recruits to our soprano, alto, tenor and bass sections are always welcome.  Whether you are an experienced singer or a novice, we have a place for you in our friendly choir.

  • Kirbye Voices, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk  A chamber choir of about thirty singers, which specialises in music, both sacred and secular, from the last 600 years.

  • Kirkby Lonsdale Choral Society, Carnforth, Cumbria Ours is a thriving, non-auditioned choir that has performed a wide and varied repertoire from Mozart to Bernstein for almost 120 years.  We aspire to a high musical standard and aim to thrill our concert audiences, performing two or three times a year under our esteemed conductor and joined frequently by professional soloists in the beautiful church of St Mary’s, Kirkby Lonsdale, beside the river Lune

  • Kirkcaldy Choral Union, Fife One of the oldest provincial choral societies in Scotland, but regularly singing the works of 20C. composers.

  • Kirkham Singers, Kirkham, Lanchashire A community choir based in the market town of Kirkham near Preston in Lancashire.The singers consist of male and female vocalists from surrounding towns and villages who come together to enjoy singing for pleasure. The choir rehearse on Monday evenings 7.30pm till 9.30pm at St Michael's Church Kirkham.They sing from a wide range of styles and genres including songs from the shows, traditional folk songs, light popular songs of the last century, music hall songs, modern hymns, jazz and blues, gospel and spiritual songs as well as more traditional works by composers such as Mozart and Handel.They try to include something for everyone to enjoy.

  • Kirkintilloch Ladies Choir, nr Glasgow The choir has been in existence since 1960. At present we have 35 members but are always ready to welcome new members. We meet in the Park Centre, Kirkintilloch every Monday evening at 7.15pm. Our repertoire includes something for everyone, sacred to secular, folk songs to modern songs, songs from the shows and lots more. We sing at local venues but travel further afield if asked. The highlight of the choir's year is " A Candlelit Christmas" our Christmas concert which, for many, marks the beginning of the festive season. Please visit the website for more information, You can also contact us through the website enquiry form.

  • Kirkintilloch Male Voice Choir, Kirkintilloch nr Glasgow The choir was founded in 1921 by the late John Knox Esq. with a group of singers from church choirs and other singing groups. For the next 25 years, they grew in strength and delighted many an audience under his leadership until, at the ripe old age of 85, he handed the baton over to his son in  1946. The choir continued the fine tradition of Male Voice singing, taking part in many festivals and Radio and TV broadcasts, when in 1978 the founder's grandson took over . Much has happened since the choir was founded all those years ago but one constant theme has always been, and will continue to be, our enjoyment of Male Voice singing.

  • Kirklees Chorale, Yorkshire: e-mail only: contact Michelle Bugg. Girls' youth choir, twice competing in the Sainsbury's competition (once gaining Choir of the Day), and 3 times reaching the finals of the National Festival of Music for Youth

  • Kitsch in Sync, London A cheerfully amateur young mixed a capella group of about 20 singers who specialise in performing arrangements of pop songs from the 1980s. KiS (as are known to our fans) is based in central London and performs in pubs and clubs all over the Capital.

  • Knaresborough Choral Society, North Yorkshire The Knaresborough Choral Society exists to provide an opportunity to hear and/or take part in choral works by major composers. Our usual venue for our concerts is in the magnificent surroundings and acoustics of Holy Trinity Church in Knaresborough. Membership is open to singers of all ages who will find a warm and friendly welcome and an opportunity to extend their musical knowledge.

  • Knaresborough Rock Choir, Harrogate. Yorkshire

  • Knights of Harmony Barbershop Chorus, Chesham, Bucks There are about 50 of us. We come from all walks of life. Some of us have a musical background, many of us don’t. We range in age from 20’s through to an age that is impolite to mention. Most of us started from scratch as singers. We have learnt the craft of singing “a cappella”, in our time with the Knights. 

  • Knotanotherchoir, York Enjoy singing but not sure about joining a traditional choir? At Knot Another Choir there are no auditions, and no need to read music. Just join the fun!

  • Knowle Male Voice Choir, Solihull, West Midlands It was in June 1997, following a number of impromptu performances at local events, that a group of men from Knowle Parish Church choir decided to form the St John Singers. Over the next 5 years the 12 strong male voice choir, under the directorship of Rose Watts, successfully performed at many charity fund-raising events in the Solihull area. After around 5 years, Derek Sheldon, former Choir Master and Director of Music at Knowle Parish Church, became the new Musical Director of the choir. It was decided at this time to re-name the choir, and so Knowle Male Voice Choir was born. Today members number around 20.Over the past 10 years the choir has helped to raise thousands of pounds for local and national charities and welcomes approaches by local charities who would like the choir to be a part of their fund-raising. The choir has a reputation for a high standard of singing and for performing a wide range of music covering popular songs alongside more classical pieces.

  • Koro Filipino, Southampton Group of Filipino individuals, working and living in the city of Southampton, who dedicate their time and talents in singing God's love and glory every first and third Sunday of each month at two venues - Chaplaincy of Southampton General Hospital and the Parish Church of St. Edmund

  • Koruso (Southwark Community Choir) London Koruso, meaning 'chorus' in Esperanto, began in October 2008 as a Southwark council initiative to promote community cohesion. It has since grown from a small choral group to a self run community choir with a wide ranging repertoire, performing music that bridges cultures and unites faith traditions.

  • KTB Choir, Preston A fun community SATB choir, based near Preston in Midge Hall Methodist Church Hall, Longmeanygate, Midge Hall, PR26 6TD most Mondays. No auditions; whatever your experience, if you enjoy singing then the KTB Choir is the choir for you. Everyone is always welcome. Pop in for a sing! Rehearsals begin at 6.30pm, and if you're coming straight from work, we have a small tuck shop to keep you going until 8.00pm.