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  • L8 Sings!, Liverpool

  • La La Choir, Exmouth, Devon Adult mixed with no auditions or joining conditions other than a sense of humour. Its all a capella. The style of music is everything from John Stainer to Dusty Springfield, Cole Porter to Metallica and everything in between. We perform locally at various events and hold out own concert once a year with all proceeds going to charity. Meets on a Wednesday at Hall 4 Exmouth Community College, Gipsy Lane, Exmouth. 7pm to 9pm

  • La La Choir, Exeter, Devon Adult mixed with no auditions or joining conditions other than a sense of humour. Its all a capella. The style of music is everything from John Stainer to Dusty Springfield, Cole Porter to Metallica and everything in between. We perform locally at various events and hold out own concert once a year with all proceeds going to charity. Meets Tuesday in Main Hall, Maynard School, Denmark Road, Exeter. 7pm to 9pm

  • La La Choir, Ottery St Mary, Devon Adult mixed with no auditions or joining conditions other than a sense of humour. Its all a capella. The style of music is everything from John Stainer to Dusty Springfield, Cole Porter to Metallica and everything in between. We perform locally at various events and hold out own concert once a year with all proceeds going to charity.

  • La La Choir, Plymouth, Devon Adult mixed with no auditions or joining conditions other than a sense of humour. Its all a capella. The style of music is everything from John Stainer to Dusty Springfield, Cole Porter to Metallica and everything in between. We perform locally at various events and hold out own concert once a year with all proceeds going to charity.

  • Lace City Chorus, Nottingham  the largest barbershop chorus in the UK and the current UK, Ireland & Netherlands Champions. They will be completing in the International Chorus Competition in Nashville, Texas in October 2009.
  • Lacey Green Singers, Buckinghamshire  We are a non-auditioned village choir of about 30 members (aged from 35 - 80) who meet on a Thursday evening at St. John's School in Lacey Green, Bucks from 8-10pm. We cover a wide range of music, and concerts over the past few years have included 'Magic of the Musicals', 'Songs from the 60's and 70's', the John Rutter Requiem, The Armed Man (Karl Jenkins), Mozart Requiem, Opera Choruses and Gilbert & Sullivan. The choir produce two concerts a year plus a Christmas concert which is combined with the children from St John's School .
  • Ladybridge Singers, Bolton, Lancashire The choir meets at St Helens Road Methodist church, St Helens Road, Bolton, on a Monday night ( 1930 – 2130 ) from September to June. We are a mixed choir of currently 37 singing members, sing short songs anything from anthems to popular song.
  • Ladybrook Singers, Stockport, Cheshire A lively enthusiastic  ladies choir based in Hazel Grove, Stockport. Founded in 1928 our repertoire consists of art and folk songs, madrigals, modern musicals, gospel and other sacred and secular music.

  • LadySmiths-Ladies, Nottingham e-mail only: contact: christine.smith14@ntlworld.com Elegance, tonality, and versatility  and moderation-in all things. Any music tackled- from Faure, Elgar, Diack,Chilcott , Vaughan Williams Bacharach, and even including my barbershop arrangements.
  • Lakeland Voices, Kendal, Cumbria A community choir, practicing on Tuesday evenings at the Castle Street Community Centre - is open to all to join. We sing folk songs arranged in 2, 3 and 4 part harmony from Britain and around the world taught by ear. In the summer we sing on evening walks through the Lake District. Learning videos of many of our songs are available on youtube.
  • Lakes Gospel Choir, Cumbria We are 100+ strong and we live in and around the Lake District/Cumbria.

  • Lanark and Carluke Choral Union The Lanark and Carluke Choral Union is a lively mixed-voice community choir performing many different styles and genres of music.  We hold our major concerts in December and April/May each year, with occasional variations or additional events.

  • Lancaster & District Choral Society The Choral Society can trace its musical history back over 175 years when it was known as Lancaster & District Musical Society. The Choral Society celebrated its 175th Anniversary during the season 2011/12 with a series of three concerts that reflected its past and looked forward to the future. The choir has performed a great variety of works over its history from Mozart to Elgar, Brahms to The Beatles, as well as contemporary composers, Bob Chilcott, John Rutter, Karl Jenkins and Cole Porter. 
  • Lancaster & District Male Voice Choir The Choir was formed in 1899 by a chap called Richard Thomas Grosse. They were the first to give a concert in Lancaster Town Hall when it was built in 1910 and are organising a concert to celebrate the Centenary there next year.
  • Lancaster Priory Choir SATB male choir, singing plainsong to Howells and then some! The Priory was founded in 1094 in a church existing from 630 AD with roots in Roman times
  • Lancaster Millennium Choir 'Founded in 1000ad by Archbishop Lego of Windsor, we have just celebrated our first millennium, and are still true to our motto: To quaff the porrige of harmonie to the verry dregges'. We serve the Lancaster and Lune valley area. Currently we are preparing The Spectrum - seven songs about Autism - with local community band Off the Rails, and students from Beaumont college in Lancaster.

  • Lancaster Singers Since the 1970s, The Lancaster Singers’ has grown to a 70 strong mixed-voice choir. What unites us is a love of music and performance and the pursuit of musical excellence. All of us have had a short, informal audition and although some musical literacy is required we believe the variety of our musical backgrounds adds to the diversity and flexibility of the group. We perform works from the Renaissance to the present day, including new commissions.  Over the years we have included most of the great choral masterpieces. We perform as an ‘a capella’ group through to large scale works with orchestra. We give 5 or 6 concerts a year, which are held in a variety of venues ranging from large concert halls, where we perform with professional orchestras and soloists to tiny village churches.

  • Lanchester & District Choral and Operatic Society, Lanchester, Co Durham We present two performances a year: a show in February and a concert in July. We also participate in charitable events. New members would be made most welcome. No auditions required.

  • Landmark Show Choir, Deal & Dover, Kent The Landmark Show Choir was first established in September 2012 in Deal by Maddie Cordes and has recently expanded to meet demand to Dover (this session is led by Maddie4Music tutor Pam Mudge-Wood).

  • Langport Community Choir, Somerset Founded founded in 2008 after funding was withdrawn for the Sing for Fun course run by Somerset County Council at Huish Episcopi School and Science College. Choir leader Pete Linnett, of The Natural Voice Practitioners Network, was persuaded to continue teaching them if they could raise the money to finance the project privately. Well, we got the money.......and we got Pete, our charismatic MD.......and the rest is history.

  • Largs Community Choir, Ayreshire, Scotland  Largs Community Choir is a new choir open to everyone 18 years and over. No experience necessary and no auditions - just a willingness to have fun! We want to reach into the community to encourage people of all ages, cultures and abilities who just love singing to join us! We hope to engage people from all sections of the community young and old who have an interest in music, singing and working as a team. The Community Choir will hopefully offer a place for people to come together, to enjoy singing in harmony and melodically, creating a joyous experience for everyone.

  • Larkhill Choral Society, Wiltshire Larkhill Choral Society (LCS) was formed in 1968 performing both choral works and light opera accompanied by the Royal Artillery band and orchestra. The society has a long-standing commitment to showcasing young talent, and many wonderful young soloists have appeared alongside local professionals.

  • Larne Concert Choir, East Antrim  Larne Concert Choir was formed in 1998 and was founded from the coming together of two of the borough’s best loved choirs, Larne Male Voice Choir and The Glenlough Ladies Choir.  It’s membership is drawn from all across East Antrim and further a field.

  • Latymer & Godolphin Choral Society, Hammersmith, London e-mail only: contact:ednalewis@blueyonder.co.uk

  • Lauda, Southampton, Hampshire A small (8-10 voice) chamber choir, specialising in early and modern music, e.g. Byrd, Palestrina, Leighton, Howells, leaving out the boring period in between! 
  • Laudamus Chamber Choir, Surrey A small friendly mixed voice choir formed in 1994 and is one of Surrey’s most highly regarded chamber choirs.  Our 22 members come from all areas of Surrey.  We perform regularly throughout Surrey and have performed further afield in Wales and Holland.  Our repertoire includes all types of religious and secular music.

  • Laudate Chamber Choir, Falmouth, Cornwall A small friendly choir which meets on a Thursday evening in the choir vestry of King Charles The Martyr. 8.00pm. Currently conducted by Richard Bailey.

  • Laudate Choir, Cornwall A mixed voice four part choir, open to singers who would like to sing a wide range of "quality" music from Tallis to Tavener and a multiplicity of other composers including of course, Byrd, Batten, Gibbons, Ireland, Howells, Stanford and Vaughan-Williams to name but a few. It is the intention of the choir will undertake a variety of engagements, including services, concerts and recitals. A healthy social life will be a feature of the choir, encouraging members to mix together over a glass of singing tonic from time to time and enjoying the company of others who share the same common interest - a love of good music making.  Whilst the choir will specialise in church music, we will also undertake the occasional concert where the repertoire will be slightly broader, perhaps including the occasional madrigal, part song or other concert piece for good measure.

  • Laudibus, the National Youth Chamber Choir of GB Hand-picked from the National Youth Choir of Great Britain, this is one of the country's top chamber choirs. Winners of Tolosa's international Choral Competition
  • Launceston Male Voice Choir, Cornwall Launceston Male Voice Choir was formed in 1969, originally as Launceston Methodist Male Voice Choir. One of the original members, John Beare, was appointed deputy musical director in 1982 and has been principal musical director since 1986, now with Jonathan Mann as assistant musical director. Carole Baker has been the accompanist since 1998. The choir has a current membership of more than 50 choristers and a repertoire extending to over 50 pieces which cover a wide variety of material ranging from traditional to modern. The choir performs around 20 concerts a year, mainly in West Devon and East Cornwall, as well as going away on an annual tour to other parts of the country, such as The Isle of Wight, Wales, Canterbury, Weymouth, Gloucester and Bristol.
  • Lea Singers, Harpenden, Hertfordshire A friendly chamber choir of 30 singers. Our aim is to achieve high standards of singing and performance, and at the same time to enjoy ourselves. We try to emphasise all the skills of good chamber music, combining challenging music with a sensitive musical blend. Every year we give 6 – 8 concerts in the Harpenden area as well as occasionally on tours that are known for their combination of good music, excellent soloists, interesting venues and enjoyable refreshments.
  • Leatherhead Choral Society, Surrey A friendly and sociable amateur mixed choir of about 50 singers, based in the town of Leatherhead, Surrey. Affiliated to Leith Hill Musical Society.
  • Ledbury Choral Society, Herefordshire. Ledbury Choral Society is a small, friendly group of dedicated singers formed in 1962.  We are a four-part choir of 40 to 50 singers and put on three concerts a year featuring major choral works as well as songs from the renaissance period to the modern day
  • Ledbury Community Choir, Herefordshire is a choir of people made up from all walks of life, of all ages and musical backgrounds. Some of our members are capable instrumentalists while others have very little or no musical training. But our common interest is that we enjoy singing.

  • Lee Choral Society, Gosport, Hampshire is a choir with a history of over 50 years and a passion for quality performance. If you enjoy singing great Choral music, then come along and join us in Lee on Solent, Hants on Wednesday evenings at 7.15pm, there will always be a great welcome.

  • Leeds Cathedral Adult Choir This semi-professional ensemble is made up of a proportion of students (choral scholars), paid leads (lay clerks) and auditioned volunteers. As with the other choirs, admission is open to all through application, which may be made on an individual basis throughout the year. The repertoire includes much Renaissance and contemporary music

  • Leeds Cathedral Boys Choir The Cathedral’s Director of Music leads a well-funded programme for boys’ voices, which includes choir camps and concerts. The 25 strong membership comprises of children between the ages of 7 and 14. Each place is offered by audition for boys up to the age of 10. New boys would normally be expected to learn at least one instrument and/or take regular singing lessons.
  • Leeds Cathedral Children's Choir Our newest choir, the Cathedral Children’s Choir, was formed in September 2014. The choir consists of 40 children between the ages of 5 and 9, many of whom graduate to the Cathedral Junior Boys’ or Girls’ Choir when they have reached the appropriate standard. Many of the Children's Choir members are selected from primary schools in our Diocese of Leeds Schools Singing Programme, while other children are welcome to audition from outside. The main criteria for membership are enthusiasm for singing, a good ear for music and a willingness to attend every week.

  • Leeds Cathedral Girls Choir The Girls' Choir is the longest established choir of its type in an English catholic cathedral. Acknowledged as ranking amongst the finest of cathedral girls' choirs, they have broadcast nationally many times on BBC Radio to considerable critical acclaim. The girls are aged 13 to 18 and rehearse on Tuesdays and alternate Thursdays after school.
  • Leeds Festival Chorus, Leeds, West Yorkshire Leeds Festival Chorus was founded in 1858 (when Queen Victoria opened Leeds Town Hall). It currently has 165 singers who perform in a variety of venues including Leeds Town Hall, the Bridgewater Hall (Manchester), York Minster and, occasionally,  the Royal Albert Hall as part of the BBC Promenade concerts. The chorus sings a wide repertoire, commissions new works and performs with many leading orchestras and soloists; it often features in BBC Radio 3 broadcasts. Simon Wright is the Conductor & Artistic Adviser.
  • Leeds Guild of Singers, W Yorkshire If your musical taste can accommodate music from Guerrero to Gershwin, by way of Gibbons and Gorecki, then The Leeds Guild of Singers is for you! This enterprising choir of about 25 members presents about ten concerts each season, singing mostly unaccompanied music in venues across Yorkshire, and sometimes beyond. Rehearsals in Leeds University Music Department on Tuesday evenings may be informal and convivial – but the choir seeks to maintain high standards.
  • Leeds Male Voice Choir, West Yorkshire Formed in 1916 Leeds Male Voice Choir is an inclusive, dynamic and vibrant group of men from all walks of life. Part of the musical fabric of the city for almost a century, the choir perform a number of concerts each year from a diverse and varied repertoire.  The choir rehearses on Thursday evenings at Yorkshire College of Music and Drama in Leeds.
  • Leeds Methodist Choir, W Yorkshire The choir consists mainly of Methodists from churches in the Leeds District, but membership is open to anyone who wishes to join
  • Leeds Philharmonic Chorus, W Yorkshire One of the leading choirs in the North of England. With about 200 singers and a history dating back to 1870 the choir performs mainly in Leeds Town Hall.
  • Leeds Peoples Choir, Leeds, Yorkshire Leeds people's Choir is a friendly mixed-voice secular choir of people who take pleasure in singing songs of joy, struggle, liberation, celebration and peace from around the world.  We do not audition and the choir is open to anyone who enjoys singing.

  • Leeds Rock Choir, W. Yorkshire
  • Leeds Trinity Cathedral Boys' and Girls' Choirs The Leeds Trinity Cathedral Boys’ and Girls’ Choirs were established in September 2016 in partnership between Leeds Trinity University and Leeds Cathedral. The combined choirs consist of up to 50 children aged between 7 and 11 who have been recruited from the Diocese of Leeds Schools

  • Leeds Vocal Movement Leeds Vocal Movement is the next generation of choir vocals in Leeds, and is searching for local individuals aged 18 and over who are driven and passionate towards music to join in the revolution. LVM is the newest choir to come to Leeds and has been born from a love of singing and aspirations of greatness. The choir’s aim is to work collaboratively with its members to perfect and perform various different genres of music, from modern and classical music to religious and traditional music from across the globe.

  • Leeds Youth Choir, Leeds, West Yorkshire Leeds Youth Choir is a four-part choir for singers from 12  to 19 or over. We sing a wide range of music, including work composed especially for us, in termly concerts in Leeds and Yorkshire.  Enjoyment of singing is the main requirement and specialist singing tutors help choir members learn the skills needed.  We are jointly supported by Leeds Festival Chorus and Education Leeds. 

  • Leek Community Choir, Staffordshire e-mail only: contact: katebarfield@naturalvoice.net Meets every two months at the Foxlowe Arts Centre, Leek, Staffordshire. It is run by Kate and Greg Stephens.

  • Legato Voices, Glasgow e-mail only: contact Legato Voices Legato Voices is a new exciting 16 voice SATB Youth Choir.  The choir was formed in October 2007 and perform 4 concerts a year . Singers are aged 16 - 25 and entry is by audition. The choir is managed by the singers with additional input from the conductor.

  • Leicester Amika Choir is a community choir open to all comers. It is a diverse group and sings songs from around the world and in many different languages: Yoruba, Hindi, Swahili, Italian and many more. Our learning is done by ear, so we don't need to read music and we have teaching CDs with songs in various parts so that choir members can listen and learn at home in between meetings and in preparation for performances.

  • Leicester Bach Choir 60-70 people giving 4 major concerts a year. Future plans include a concert of Leicestershire composers in June 2002

  • Leicester Grammar School Choral Society The Choral Society, about 100 strong, is a mixture of pupils, staff, parents, friends and people from the local community. It rehearses on Thursday evenings at 7.30pm during the Lent Term and gives a concert towards the end of the term with the school’s First Orchestra. Works performed over the years include Carmina Burana by Orff, masses by Haydn and Beethoven, Mozart’s Requiem, The Creation by Haydn, Requiem and Feel the Spirit by John Rutter, Benjamin Britten's St Nicolas, Puccini’s Messa di Gloria and the music of Ivor Novello.

  • Leicester Philharmonic Choir Founded in 1886, this 160-strong choir is the largest in Leicestershire. A typical season includes a Messiah, 2 Christmas concerts and 3 other major concerts, plus various special events.

  • Leicester University Chamber Choir Leicester University Chamber Choir is an ambitious, auditioned group of around 35 singers, based at the University of Leicester. We perform regularly in Leicester and further afield, and enjoy exploring a wide variety of choral repertoire, both sacred and secular. Our membership is drawn mainly from the University's student body (both undergraduate and postgraduate), but we also welcome Associate members, often from other local universities, colleges and 6th Forms.

  • Leicester University Voices  The gospel and inspirational choir at the University of Leicester. We providing a fun environment for students to express themselves through music.

  • Leicestershire Chorale Leicestershire Chorale is well established as one of the leading chamber choirs in the East Midlands. Its connections with education have remained strong and the project 'YouthFindAVoice' is maintained on an annual basis, giving hundreds of Leicestershire teenagers the chance to sing in performances of large-scale works at De Montfort Hall.

  • Leicestershire Rock Choir Described by the media as the 'people's choir' and a 'national phenomenon', Rock Choir offers fun, laughter, companionship and most of all the enjoyment of singing with friends.

  • Leigh Ladies Choir, Kent A 30 strong group of ladies of all ages from Leigh Kent and the surrounding area. There are no auditions, you are welcome provided you are willing to learn. There is a strong emphasis on good singing technique. The choir sings a diverse and exciting range of music from across the world and performs two or three concerts a year, plus a few local events, all raising funds for charities close to the singers' hearts. The choir meets on Thursdays at 8pm during term time in Leigh. For more information please visit the choir's Facebook page.

  • Leigh Orpheus Male Voice Choir, Southend-on-Sea, Essex 70+ strong, it has won first prize at three Eisteddfoda. Has sung in Le Sacré Coeur, Paris, and in Chartres Cathedral. First British choir (1984) to sing at the Epcot Centre of Disney World in Florida!
  • Leighton Buzzard Festival Singers, Bedfordshire The Leighton Buzzard Festival Singers was formed in 1951, the year of the Festival of Britain. It is a choir for four voices (soprano, alto, tenor and bass). We normally perform two concerts each year in Leighton Buzzard, usually in May and November/December and a carol concert at Christmas. We also perform at Summer fetes, dinners and weddings. We rehearse every Monday evening during the school term from 7.45pm - 9.45pm. at Clipstone Brook Lower School, Brooklands Drive, Leighton Buzzard. LU7 3PG.
  • Lemon Tuesday, Hertfordshire Currently an all ladies choir of about 18 singers. Set up by Lisa Roberts in February 2005, the choir has performed a number of public concerts with a varied programme of popular and traditional songs. We have a resident pianist - Ben Sherwood and a Musical Director; Martin Smith
  • Lemon Zingers, Canterbury. The Lemon Zingers are a new Canterbury-based singing group directed by Lemon Otter. We rehearse and perform original arrangements of Pop/Rock/Soul/Gospel/Musical Theatre, with the emphasis on lots of scrunchy harmonies and solos (for those who wish to do them!). All songs are learnt by ear so music reading is not required. There is no audition but some experience of singing is preferable, due to the often complex nature of the harmonies and arrangements. We meet on Mondays during term time at St. Christopher's School, New Dover Road, Canterbury (opposite The Ebury Hotel) from 7.30-8.30pm. Sessions cost £5 (£3 unwaged) and are payable termly in advance.

  • Lend Us a Tenor, Ipswich, Suffolk e-mail only: contact LendUsATenorChoir@gmail.com Regional choir from Waitrose and John Lewis Partnership.

  • Leominster Choral Society, Herefordshire Currently the choir numbers 80 singers, (28 sopranos, 22 altos, 12 tenors, and 18 basses). As we are a non-auditioned choir, potential members are invited to take part in a couple of rehearsals to see if the choir suits and they would like to become a member
  • Les Sirènes Female Chamber Choir, Glasgow Choir of the Year 2012 The Les Sirènes Female Chamber Choir was set up in September 2007 by it's present musical director Mr Andrew Nunn. The Choir consists of 13 vocalists who are all students at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Glasgow. The Choir perform many concerts throughout the year with a repertoire that ranges from the Renaissance to Songs from the Shows. The Choir also has the ethos of trying to change perceptions of classical music and make choral singing more accessible to a wider audience, whilst still maintaining the highest standards of choral singing.

  • Lesmahagow Male Voice Choir, Clydesdale, Scotland One of the longest surviving organisations in our historic village in Clydesdale, Scotland. We have been in existence, uninterrupted, since 1920 when the Choir was formed with the objective of taking young men off the streets during a time of high unemployment. An amateur group but determined to achieve a high level of singing quality, our members come from all walks of life and range in age from 17 to 70. In addition to the great pleasure of singing in harmony, members, with partners and friends, participate in a robust and active social life.
  • Letchworth Chorale, Hertfordshire (formerly Letchworth Garden City Choral Society)
  • Letchworth City Chorus, Hertfordshire City Chorus is a community choir, open to anyone who would like to sing. No auditions; just come along to one of our rehearsals on Wednesdays, 7.30pm until 10.00pm at the Free Church, Norton Way South, Letchworth and see how you like it. Our repertoire extends from jazzy show tunes to haunting sacred music. Rehearsals are fun and you don’t need to be able to read music.
  • Levens Choir, Kendal, Cumbria We are a mixed choir of some 50 members, led by our Musical Director, Ian Jones who also heads the Cumbria Choral Initiative.  Membership is by audition and we take pride in our ambitious and challenging repertoire, including Bach's St. Matthew Passion performed quite recently and the Rachmaninov Vespers performed in Ripon Cathedral as part of one of our annual tours.  We have also toured in the Edinburgh area, including Stirling Castle and St. Giles Cathedral, and in Elgar country, Worcester Cathedral and Malvern Priory to name but two.  Amongst our members, we have several talented musicians and composers including Adrian Self, organist at Cartmel Priory.
  • Lewes Rock Choir, East 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. We meet at St Pancras Catholic School, De Montfort Road, Lewes, BN7 1SR
  • Leweston Choral Society
  • Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Choir The Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Choir were first seen on Gareth Malone's BBC2 show, 'Sing While You Work', where they were narrowly beaten in the final. Since then, the choir have gone from strength to strength, and even bagged the Christmas Number 1 spot on the official UK chart in 2015!

  • Lewisham Choral Society, London A large and lively community-based classical music choir, with over a hundred singers from all ages and backgrounds, LCS performs a wide range of music, from the sixteenth century to the twenty-first, performing regularly with professional soloists and musicians. Members often take part in other arts events in London, ranging from ENO’s St John Passion,  Flashmob – the Opera for Radio 3, Jonathan Dove’s Tobias and the Angel  at the Young Vic, and the Young Vic production of Kurt Weil’s Street Scene which won the Evening Standard Best Musical Award, 2008.

  • LGN Community Choir, Merseyside The LGN Community Choir is a friendly, lively choir set up in 2008 with the aim of attracting singers in the Lowton, Golborne, Newton & surrounding areas to meet in a friendly environment and enjoy singing together.We do not ask anyone to do an audition - just to be able to sing in tune & enjoy it. We now have a full complement in all the Ladies sections - so regrettably we are not able to accept any more at the present time. If any lady wishes to be put on a waiting list when a vacancy arises when we take new members in January and August please contact Janet. (see contact page). There are still vacancies in the Men's sections. Rehearsals are at Cross Lane United Church, Newtton-Le-Willows, WA12 9PT. We rehearse on Wednesdays at 7.30pm - Disabled access is available.

  • Libera, South London Internationally renowned boys choir; their albums have topped both mainstream and classical charts in many countries 
  • Lichfield Cathedral Chamber Choir, Staffordshire  Founded in 1980 to sing services in the Cathedral when the main choir was on holiday, the choir now has a very wide repertoire of sacred and secular music that spans the centuries, and has been heard many times on Radio 4, seen on Songs of Praise, and has travelled to Rouen, Lyon, Limburg and Milan.

  • Lichfield Cathedral Boys Choir, Staffordshire Currently with 18 boy choristers (aged 9-13), 9 Lay Vicars Choral and 3 choral scholars
  • Lichfield Cathedral Girls Choristers, Lichfield, Staffordshire Formed as Lichfield Cathedrals School Girls’ Choir in September 2006, this 20-member choir (aged 10 to 15) was installed as part of the Cathedral’s Choral Foundation in September 2012. The girl choristers sing evensong on Mondays and the weekend services twice per term when the boy choristers are on exeat. Membership is by audition (there are 4 places available for girls starting Year 6) and all girl choristers must be enrolled as students at Lichfield Cathedral School. The girl choristers benefit from a 20% scholarship from the School, which in cases of need could be combined with a bursary. The girls enjoy a challenging and ambitious repertoire and take part in regular broadcasts on BBC Radio 3, CD recordings, concerts, events and have toured to Dublin and Germany, where they have established a link with the Limburg Cathedral Girl Choristers.

  • Lichfield Cathedral Chorus, Staffordshire  Founded in 1960, this 130-strong choir usually performs 3 concerts a year in the Cathedral -- 2 large-scale choral works with professional orchestra and soloists, and a hugely popular Carol Concert
  • Liedertafel, Oxford Vocal Quartet, founded in 2003 by Duncan Saunderson, Liedertafel" (literally "Song table") has been a traditional title for men's voice singing groups in Germany since the beginning of the 19th century. Members met on a fixed evening each week to eat, drink and make music. Liedertafel carries on some of this tradition, and German and English male voice part-song is an important feature of their repertoire.
  • Life and Mission Choir, London Since our first rehearsal in 1999 we have welcomed into our family anyone with a joy of singing and praise. We have included members from many Christian fellowships over the years - Anglicans, Catholics, Baptists, Methodists, United Reformed Church and others. Our mission is to sing, worship God and share the Good News.

  • Liltin' Lads and Lassies, Dunblane, Scotland The Liltin’ Lads & Lassies is a fun singing group based in Dunblane. Classes are friendly, relaxed and sociable, and anyone who enjoys singing is welcome to join!
  • Lincoln Cathedral Choir, Lincolnshire Consisting of 20 girls, 20 boys and 10 men (lay vicars), directed by Aric Prentice. Tours and concerts are undertaken regularly, both at home and abroad. Specialises in the full range of choral works, from Renaissance polyphony to Janacek and Taverner.
  • Lincoln Cathedral Consort, Lincolnshire Lincoln Cathedral Consort is the mixed-voice chamber choir of Lincoln Cathedral, performing services and concerts at the Cathedral and around the Diocese.
    The Consort is available to hire for weddings, services and concerts.
  • Lincoln Choral Society A 90 Strong mixed choir established in 1896
  • Lincoln Chorale It sings a huge variety of music to high standards, with recent events including Monteverdi's Vespers in Lincoln Cathedral, and the demanding and rarely heard Vanity of Vanities by Granville Bantock
  • Lincoln Orpheus Male Voice Choir, Lincolnshire The choir is currently 32 members strong and new members are assured of a very warm welcome. We exist primarily to create our own pleasure, but in the process do manage to generate significant sums for local charities and good causes.
  • Lincoln Sounds (Ladies Barbershop Harmony Club), Lincolnshire: e-mail only: contact Secretary
  • Lincolnshire Cooperative Choir  A community choir which meets Wednesday evenings, 6:15pm start.  Eliot Room, Bishop Grosseteste University, Newport, Lincoln. LN1 3DY.
  • Lindow Singers, Handforth, Cheshire A mixed choir of about 60 enthusiastic singers. We rehearse in Handforth, Cheshire, and perform four main concerts a year, both sacred and secular, mainly in local churches. The choir was founded in 1964 by a group of friends meeting near Lindow Common in Wilmslow.
  • Linsdale Singers, Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire. A 30 voice choir based in the Leighton Buzzard and Linsdale area of Bedford. It performs mostly unaccompanied music and also works accompanied by organ or chamber orchestra, and has staged performances in many English Cathedrals and Minsters.
  • Liskeard Lady Singers, Cornwall Liskeard Lady Singers are a choir which sings all types of music from sacred to jazz, swing, pop and musical numbers. We rehearse every Wednesday evening from 7:30pm in the Quimperle Room in the Public Hall, Liskeard.
  • Liskerret Male Voice Choir, Cornwall The choir was formed is 1993, and takes it name from the old name for Liskeard.

  • Liss Community Choir, Hampshire The Choir, with currently 50 members, meets on Wednesday evenings in Liss Infant School, by kind permission of the Head teacher.  We have three terms of ten sessions each year. We have a good piano accompanist. It is an non-auditioned mixed choir, and performs two or three times a year, with the major concert in the summer that raises funds for local causes. Repertoire has included songs from the shows, songs by the Beatles, Queen, Simon and Garfunkel, as well as an occasional classical pieces.

  • Lisson Grove Choir, St John's Wood, London The choir sings for the sung Latin Mass each Sunday at the Church of Our Lady in Lisson Grove, St John's Wood, London. It has a rich repertoire covering many periods but especially in high and late Renaissance polyphony, late Tudor and early Baroque music. The choir also specialises in Gregorian chant. We are always looking for new members in all voice parts and invite you to get in touch.
  • Little Hereford Voices Community Choir. North Herefordshire We are a fairly new community choir consisting of more than fifty singers ranging from teenagers to more mature members.  We sing a variety of music and all love singing.

  • Little Witley Community Choir, Worcestershire email only: contact: whittlejane@gmail.com For social singing for all ages without the pressure of a choral society rehearsal. No auditions / no requirement to read music. Repertoire ranges from pop to jazz to traditional songs. Occasional concerts and sense of humour advantageous.

  • Liverpool Community Choir

  • Liverpool Harmonic Gospel Choir Has a reputation for exciting and inspirational performances, and is increasingly in demand for concerts across Merseyside.  Directed by renowned Gospel musician Tyndale Thomas, the choir sings a mixture of traditional and contemporary gospel and inspiration music, as well as some of Tyndale’s original repertoire.  Past performances have included supporting Nina Simone and Ladysmith Black Mambazo, and in 2005 the choir performed its first headline concert at Philharmonic Hall, to celebrate its 10th anniversary.

  • Liverpool in Harmony Club (aka The Grand National Chorus) We are the Liverpool Harmony Club based originally in Liverpool and established in 1974. Our singing style is in four part, unaccompanied close harmony. The parts are Tenor, Lead, Baritone,and Bass combined to create a unique sound.

  • Liverpool Male Voice Choir  A non-auditioning choir and open to anyone with a love for singing and for music in styles from pop to rock, folk to classical and world music to jazz. The choir is led by Gareth Owen, who is an experienced choir director, community musician, opera singer, vocal tutor and arranger based in Liverpool.

  • Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral Choir The Cathedral Choir consists of about twenty boy choristers, six probationers (who will become choristers) and fourteen gentlemen, both lay clerks and choral scholars. It sings at five of the weekly services and on all the major feasts and Holy Days as well as giving regular concerts both in the Cathedral and within the Diocese. The choir sings an exciting and challenging wide repertoire, encompassing the full range of Roman Catholic music from Gregorian chant to the present day, as well as music written for the English Church, and music of other Christian traditions.
  • Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral Consort The Cathedral Consort consists of the Gentlemen of the Cathedral Choir and 6–8 adult female singers. The Consort sing on occasions when the Choristers are not available.
  • Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral Girls Choir The Girls’ Choir was founded in 2008 to extend the musical opportunities enjoyed by boys to thirty girls aged between 11 and 16. The girls also receive specialist music places at the senior Choir School, St Edward´s College. The choir sings at Mass on Mondays and Choral Evening Prayer on Wednesdays, as well as participating in a wide range of concerts, in Liverpool and further afield.
  • Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral Junior Choir The Junior Choir rehearses once a week at the Cathedral, on Monday’s from 6.00pm – 7.00pm. It performs 3 times each term at the Family Mass which takes place on Sunday mornings at 10.00am, in the Crypt Chapel. Boys and girls aged 7-11 are eligible to audition for membership of the Cathedral Junior Choir.
  • Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral Youth Choir Entry to the Youth Choir is restricted to former choristers of the Cathedral in Years 10-13. The Choir rehearses once a week at the Cathedral and sings at liturgies in the Cathedral and elsewhere.
  • Liverpool Philharmonic Youth Choir Liverpool Philharmonic Youth Choir, one of the North West's finest youth choirs, provides young singers aged 12 to 18 with the opportunity to achieve choral excellence through a wide range of musical styles. Led by Simon Emery, Director of Music at St Mary's College, Crosby, the choir performs regularly with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir at Philharmonic Hall as well as participating in community events and festivals. It also regularly takes part in singing workshops with leading contemporary composers, and has recently performed James MacMillan's Quickening with the RLPO for the second time. A choral weekend residential course is held each year, offering not only singing workshops but varied outdoor activities, encouraging the development of positive personal teamwork skills. At the end of Youth Choir training, members are encouraged to progress to the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Choir.

  • Liverpool Philharmonic Childrens Choir and Melody Makers The Training Choir offers children aged nine to 12 years a comprehensive programme of choral training with a focus on basic musicianship, vocal training, choral discipline and choral presentation across a wide repertoire. After two or three years in the Training Choir, children are then well equipped with the necessary vocal skills and musicianship to cope with the demanding repertoire in the Youth Choir. Several community performances are held each year, usually at Christmas and during the summer term. The youngest group, known as Melody Makers, are seven to nine years old. This elementary level choir aims to give instruction in basic singing techniques, musicianship skills and ensemble singing, with occasional performance opportunities. Through an innovative partnership programme with Liverpool Hope University, children in both the Training Choir and Melody Makers ensembles receive tuition in general musicianship from students studying for a PGCE in Secondary Music.
  • Liverpool Phoenix Voices We are a mixed-voice choir of around 25-30 members, with a wide range of ages, backgrounds and experience
  • Liverpool Renaissance Singers, Merseyside We are a small, friendly choir, specialising in European choral music up to about 1650.  We sing two main concerts each year in Liverpool Cathedral Lady Chapel, in March and December. We also provide the music for a small number of church services throughout the year, beginning with a traditional service for us at St Asaph Cathedral each Autumn.

  • Liverpool Voice Liverpool Voice is a mixed voice choir (SATB). We meet on Thursday evenings 7.00 - 9.00pm at Notre Dame Catholic College, Everton Valley.

  • Liverpool Welsh Choral Founded in 1900, it now has a singing membership of 160, and has been associated throughout the last century with the finest talent of British conductors
  • Livingston Choral Society, West Lothian  The Livingston Choral Society exists to allow singers in the West Lothian area enjoy making music together in a friendly atmosphere. The essential qualifications for membership are enthusiasm and commitment, and although no entry auditions are held the Society is proud to promote a high standard of musicianship. We hold rehearsals on Wednesday from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at St. Margaret’s Academy, Howden South Road, Livingston, West Lothian. EH54 6AT.
  • lanberis Male Voice Choir, Gwynedd: e-mail only: contact Gwilym Evans. 35 members singing in the heart of Snowdonia, and looking for an exchange visit with a foreign choir
  • Llandaff Cathedral Choral Society One of the oldest choirs in Wales, the Llandaff Cathedral Choral Society will celebrate its 80th anniversary next year. It currently has over 100 members from all walks of life. The choir performs three major concerts every year in Llandaff Cathedral plus a Christmas Carol Service in December. Other events include tours abroad and in the UK and occasionally singing for services at the Cathedral. In July 2014, the choir visited Belgium, where it performed in the Cathedrals in Ghent and Bruges.
  • Llandovery Male Voice Choir, Wales We are a Male Voice Choir of around 30 in number based in the Carmarthenshire market town of Llandovery, in the beautiful Towy valley. The choir meets every Wednesday evening in the local primary school and is led by the Conductor Mrs Lynne Jones and Accompanist Mrs Elaine Robins.

  • Llanelli Choral Society, Carmarthenshire, Wales  100+ strong choral society. Our goal is simple, to be inspired and to inspire others by learning and performing great choral works.

  • Llantrisant Male Choir, Llantrisant, Wales One of the oldest choirs in Wales, we have records as far back as 1898. We have a membership of 50 and usually stage 30 -35 choristers, which means that we can accommodate small and large venues. Our repertoire includes Traditional, modern, secular and hymnal music to meet most tastes. We also sing in several languages including English, Welsh, Italian and German
  • Lloyd's Choir, City of London One of the oldest choirs in the City, singing a varied repertoire from 16C. to newly commissioned works.
  • Llysfaen Singers, Cardiff, Wales We are a friendly and welcoming community choir based in the north of Cardiff. We accept people from all walks of life and no audition is required. We sing all genres of music including, pop, classical, sacred and musical theatre. Rehearsal location: lisvane memorial hall, heol-y-delyn, lisvane, Cardiff, CF14 0SQ on Wednesday evenings 7:45-9:45 during school term time

  • Loudmouth Women, Newcastle Under Lyme, Staffs A women`s community choir there are no auditions and no need to read music as we learn the songs by ear. We practice on Tuesdays from 7.30pm-9.30pm at the United Reformed Church, Clayton Ave, Newcastle Under Lyme, Staffs. Term starts on September 25th.

  • Local Vocals, Barnsley, South Yorkshire We are a four part vocal harmony group, of mixed age and ability, with one thing in common; we all love to sing! We are  pop and rock choir singing music from the swinging sixties to the present day. We have a varied catalogue and perform both locally and further afield. from weddings to charity events, showcase evenings to festivals, we love to perform and are open to requests and bookings.

  • Local Vocals, Tring, Hertfordshire We are a local singing group - unique and different from anything you've seen before! We all love to sing, we choose the songs and make it loud!!!! Open to all...we love to sing, we're different and guarantee to make you feel fantastic! Help shape the group, decide our repertoire and join THE SONG!
  • Local Vocals, Tutbury, South Derbyshire Each session lasts an hour and a half. A ten minute warm-up is followed by learning new songs and practicing old favourites. We sing a whole range of songs from all over the world: folk, doo-wop, gospel, pop and blue-grass. Most are in English but we do try songs in other languages and we had a fantastic response when we sang in French to some French visitors! Whatever we sing, they all have one thing in common, a feel-good factor. We meet at The School Hall, The Richard Wakefield School, Burton Road, Tutbury DE13 9NR

  • Local Vocalz, West Cornwall The choir was formed in September 2010 and is based in Hayle. Now at 100 singers, we are meeting regularly and are competing in Camborne Music Festival at 4pm on Saturday 13th November! Come along and support us in our first public performance!
  • Locrian Chamber Choir, Bedfordshire The Locrian Chamber Choir is based in Potton, Bedfordshire and has been performing for twenty years singing largely religious and traditional classical music from 15th to 20th century. We usually put on three concerts a year preceded by an eight week rehearsal period. This means that we are not singing continually throughout the year.

  • Lon Dhoo Male Voice Choir, Douglas, Isle of Man e-mail only: contact Gary The Choir was founded in 1937 by Douglas Buxton LRAM ARMCM. Over the years the choir has participated in a wide range of activities, including competitive singing in music festivals in the Isle of Man and England, Massed Choir festivals In llangollen, the Bridgewater Hall and the G-MEX Arena in Manchester, 2000 voices in 2000, and exchange visits with other choirs culminating in a concert tour in Canada in September 2001 with Macclesfield Male Voice Choir. The Unusual name of the choir is derived from Manx Gaelic : Lon Dhoo  Meaning "Blackbird".
  • Londinium, City of London London based chamber choir Londinium usually performs a cappella, in music ranging from the Renaissance to the twenty-first century. It is noted for distinctive programming, featuring innovative juxtapositions of repertoire from different periods and the inclusion of rarely performed works. Under its Musical Director, Andrew Griffiths, the choir gives 4 or 5 concerts a year, and regularly accepts other engagements.

  • London African Gospel Choir  The London African Gospel Choir was co-founded by Crystal Hardwicke to help London’s African community to promote the gospel, create a platform of excellence for African gospel singers and musicians, and popularise the African interpretations of gospel music. The live repertoire on offer includes traditional and original songs from all regions in Africa in local languages and in English, but also incorporates interpretations of African–American classics.

  • London Alternative Choir  It’s a choir composed of capable amateur singers, created with the aim to entertain, meet like-minded people, and raise the visibility of people and collectives with alternative lifestyles. We welcome all lifestyles including straight, bi, gay, lesbian, poly, TVs, Tgs, Masters, Mistresses, subs, those interested even if not active, the curious, their friends and supporters.

  • London and Home Counties Festivals of Male Voice Praise Not strictly a choir themselves; they encourage and foster the growth of Gospel MVCs, with an open invitation to Christian men of any denomination to join existing choirs or to form new ones
  • London Bulgarian Choir We are a thriving London choir - only about a third of whom are Bulgarians - united by a passion for the close harmonies, power, wacky rhythms and spine-tingling resonance of Bulgarian folk singing.  Led by Dessislava Stefanova, formerly of the Philip Koutev Ensemble, we won the BBC Radio 3 Choir of the Year, Open Category, in 2006.   We launched our first CD at the end of 2007 - Alyana Galyana.  We are a natural voice choir, ie there are no auditions, and we open to new members a few times a year.

  • London Chorus (formerly known as the London Choral Society) One of the capital’s most versatile choirs, singing in concert halls, for radio and TV, at the Proms and in the recording studio
  • London City Chorus, London City Chorus is a friendly, hard working choir, open to all with no audition. We rehearse on Tuesday evenings near Bank station and perform several times a year in beautiful venues.
  • London City Singers London City Singers was formed in 2007 – the first women’s barbershop chorus in central London. We started with a group of just seven singers – the chorus now has around 30 members. We sing a cappella four-part harmony, arranged in the barbershop style. Women with all kinds of voices, from low to high, can find a part to suit them.

  • London City Voices We're a community choir based in central London. We're a non-audition, non-religious choir with a fun, contemporary repertoire. Our rehearsals are suitable for singers of all levels, whether you're a singing superstar or a complete beginner. We have 3 branches which rehearse weekly - Mondays in Soho, Tuesdays in Canary Wharf and Wednesdays in the City of London. Rehearsals are 6.30-8.00pm and are always followed by a trip to the pub. We have 3 large concerts a year (combined with our Soho and City of London branches) and plenty of other smaller performances such as singing in tube stations. We're an extremely friendly & sociable bunch of like-minded people who want to make a good sound and have some fun at the same time. As well as performances, we have many social events throughout the year, and this year we've been on two European holidays together.

  • London College of Music Chorus London College of Music Chorus rehearses at St Mary's Church, Ealing, W5 5RH (near the University of West London), on Mondays, 6-8pm. Students and staff from LCM and UWL, as well as members of the local community, are welcome to audition for membership of the choir. The choir is conducted by Paul Ayres, and sings classical works, student compositions and jazz arrangements.
  • London College of Music Pop Choir The London College of Music Pop Choir is open to all students and staff. Our objective is to come together each week and enjoy singing as a group so there are no entrance auditions; we hope to welcome new singers, people returning to singing after a break, as well as those with more current experience. We aim to cover a wide range of genres, there should be something for everyone from lovers of Motown to Rock.

  • London Community Gospel Choir In 1982 a dream and a vision came alive. Revd. Bazil Meade, with the help of Lawrence Johnson, Delroy Powell and John Francis, made a mark in history pioneering the first concert gospel choir in Britain – the London Community Gospel Choir (LCGC).
  • London Concert Choir We are one of London's most ambitious, accomplished and friendly choirs, attracting members from across London and the home counties, and performing in major London concert halls, cathedrals and churches.

  • London Concord Singers London Concord Singers is an award-winning chamber choir of about 30 mixed voices, based in central London, with a broad-ranging repertoire. The choir was founded in 1966 by the conductor, Malcolm Cottle. The choir became a registered charity in 1996. London Concord Singers has given a number of world, UK and London premieres of works by composers such as John Rutter, Andrzej Panufnik, Richard Rodney Bennett, John McCabe, Kenneth Leighton and Michael Ball, as well as pieces specially written for the choir. The choir has also given performances of major contemporary pieces such as Alfred Schnittke’s Choral Concerto and Malcolm Williamson’s Requiem for a Tribe Brother. In its 40 year history the choir has performed all of the unaccompanied choral music of Francis Poulenc.

  • London Contemporary Voices (LCV) LCV specialises in work with established bands, including gigs, recordings and festivals. We also perform at private and corporate events, and host our own largescale concerts. We have worked with over 50 artists, including Sam Smith, James Bay, Marcus Mumford (Mumford & Sons), Joss Stone, Elbow, Alt-J, Basement Jaxx, Imogen Heap and Laura Mvula, 

  • London Docklands Singers Founded in 1992, this choir of 40-60 singers aged c. 20 - 70+, performs mainly in East London. Known for its high artistic standard with professional orchestra/organist at concerts, charitable fund-raising activities, and their friendly, welcoming atmosphere
  • London Emmanuel Choir Formed in 1945 "to bring glory to God and to present the gospel message in word and song". Its100 singers from a wide variety of Christian denominations sing at weekends throughout the year in churches, concert halls and village halls.
  • London Estonian Society Mixed Choir The London Estonian Society (LES) has, since its inception in 1921, promoted choral singing which has always had an important role in Estonian culture. Under the direction of ambassador August Torma, a women’s choir was established after the war but as the years passed and with an ageing membership, the women’s choir ceased in the 1990’s. In 2010 a mixed choir was re-established. The LES Mixed Choir's repertoire includes music byten by Estonian composers such as Veljo Tormis and Cyrillus Kreek among many others. This, however, does not preclude the singing of everything from swing to bossa nova, from folk songs to contemporary choir music. Currently the choir comprises 12-14 singers. New members of any nationality and from every corner of Great Britain are always welcome. Our rehearsals take place in the Estonian House in Notting Hill, London. We meet twice a month on Saturdays from 11am – 3pm.

  • London Forest Choir  Walthamstow-based choir, set up in 1950, singing a broad repertoire of choral music locally, in central London and abroad. New members welcome - no audition!
  • London Gallery Quire Founded by Francis Roads in 1997. It meets fortnightly on Wednesdays from 7.30 - 9.45 pm in a City of London church. Its home church at the present is St. James Garlickhythe in Garlick Hill (near Mansion House station). The repertoire is entirely from the West Gallery tradition. We cast our net wide, but give special emphasis to the hymns of Phocion Henley, Rector of St. Andrews by the Wardrobe from 1759-64. We do not perform in costume, nor attempt strictly authentic performances, preferring rather to present West Gallery music in a style likely to attract interest from mainstream choirs and other musicians.
  • London Gay Men's Chorus We are the London Gay Men's Chorus, Europe's largest gay men's choir. Our mission is to entertain, educate and inspire through song - performing to the highest standard and challenging pre-conceptions of gay men.
  • London Humanist Choir We are a London-based choir focused on promoting humanism in the arts. We are the musical representation of the "British Humanist Association" which sings non-religious music; to promote humanism and humanist arts through public performances.

  • London International Gospel Choir LIGC evolved from the award-winning London Youth Gospel Choir, and has become a strong social network – ideal for those who want to sing and make new friends. The choir is non-auditioned, but gives members the chance to work on vocal, theoretical and performance skills, with help from the music team. There are also opportunities for solo singing and working in small groups. Rehearsals are fun and energetic, but the choir also seeks to train hard and deliver high performance standards. Many LIGC singers become involved in regular studio recordings and live singing at corporate events.

  • London Jewish Male Choir Founded in 1926, the LJMC had a 'reboot' in it's 9th decade and is now one of the leading, cutting edge Jewish Choirs in the world. Most recently the Choir has developed a close relationship with the London Jewish Cultural Central where we perform on a regular basis.

  • London Kodály Choir The choir meets on one Sunday each month at the Wheatsheaf Community Centre, Vauxhall 2 - 5pm. Open to all. Come and join a friendly choir committed to musical excellence. Our choir will use solfège and the principles of music education of Zoltán Kodály to make choral music accessible to all. Beginners welcome.

  • London Lawyers' Symphony Orchestra & Chorus (formerly Lawyers' Music) The London Lawyers’ Chorus ('LLC') sings a variety of classical and more recent repertoire.  Accompanied by the London Lawyers’ Symphony Orchestra, we are able to sing choral works ranging from a capella miniatures to some of the largest choral works written.

  • London Motet and Madrigal Club LMMC meets at 6:30 pm on Saturdays, once a month, at St Michael’s Cornhill in the City of London. We sing a wide variety of English and European Madrigals and Motets in a club-like atmosphere without the pressure of public performances. Visitors and new members are always very welcome.
  • London Music Theatre Choir: e-mail only: contact Cat Llewelyn. A new London-based choir; currently recruiting
  • London Oratory School Schola The Schola Cantorum of the London Oratory School sings at the London Oratory every Saturday evening in term time and on major feast days for School Mass throughout the year. Founded in 1996, the choir gives Catholic boys the opportunity of a choral education within the state education system from age 7 to 18.

  • London Oriana Choir The London Oriana Choir is one of Britain's leading amateur choirs and one of the most exciting choirs in London. Founded in 1973, we welcomed Dominic Peckham as our third Musical Director in 2013, after 17 years under the directorship of David Drummond. We undertake innovative and exciting performances, collaborations, commissions, recordings and tours.
  • London Orpheus Choir Founded in the City in 1945, the London Orpheus Choir is a medium-sized, friendly and enthusiastic auditioned choir, performing a wide range of music including works by Bach, Handel, Fauré, Elgar, Rossini, Tippett and McDowell. In 2010, Richard Jenkinson was appointed conductor of the London Orpheus Choir, following in the eminent footsteps of the late James Gaddarn.
  • London Philharmonic Choir Founded in 1947 as the choir of the LPO, they're now one of the country's leading independent choirs. Though generally performing with the LPO at the Royal Festival Hall during Sept-May, they also sing in other major venues and at festivals, make CDs and tour abroad
  • London Pro Arte Choir A mixed voice non audition choir of 70 members that performs well known oratorios and modern works, rehearsing in Mill Hill.

  • London Revelation Rock-Gospel Choir London hosted the first ever Revelation Rock-Gospel Choir, which ran from 1993 to 2000. After a long break, a new version of London Revelation Rock-Gospel Choir was started in 2006 by a dedicated core group of people from Revelation Choirs across the country who had moved to London. We became an official London Students' Union society in January 2007. We rehearse throughout the year and have performed at a number of events including festivals, concerts, street fairs and private parties. Our rehearsals and concerts are great fun to attend, as the enthusiasm of this energetic and talented choir will have you clapping along to our mixed repertoire of sounds including Rock, Gospel and Pop

  • London Ripieno Society The London Ripieno Society, a well established choral group founded and directed by composer Geoffrey Hanson, gives three to four concerts yearly with an amateur chorus of 35-40 and professional soloists. There is a probationary period but no formal audtion to join. Repertoire ranges from early music to contemporary works. Come and sing at any rehearsal, Thursdays 7-9.30 p.m. at St Mary's Church Hall, Crawford Street, London W1
  • London Russian Choir SW1V 3AA .  All background and singing levels are invited. Come and enjoy Russian harmony singing. Experience traditional lyrical songs, ritual calendar singing for pagan holidays, wedding songs, Art songs and Russian classical music – all with attention to history and style.  We perform about 3-4 times a year at charitable events, music events and festivals too. The choir director is a Russian musician, Polina Skovoroda Shepherd, but sessions are led in English, with texts translated and transliterated. Venue in Pimlico/Victoria area. Time – Thursdays, weekly sessions 6.30-8.30pm.
  • London School of Economics Choir The LSE Choir is open to all students, staff and alumni. The choir will take part in two evening concerts and give three lunchtime recitals during the academic year 2007-08. The first choir rehearsal will be on Tuesday 9 October, 6pm, in the Shaw Library, 6th Floor, Old Building. Music to be announced. The chorus master is Andrew Campling. Singers are asked to attend rehearsals regularly on Tuesday evenings, 6pm - 7.30pm, and have some ability to read music.

  • London Sings, Camberwell, London Set up in 2012 under the auspices of South London Community Music. Its aims are to rehearse and perform a wide variety of music to a high standard, and to engage with the local community, both in its membership and by bringing top quality performances to the local area and beyond. We also plan to have a lot of fun doing it! Our membership is drawn from Southwark, Lewisham, Lambeth and further afield and encompasses a wide range of ages and levels of experience, from novice to professional. We don’t hold auditions and are delighted to welcome of all voice types and experience levels.

  • London Symphony Chorus Formed in 1966 to complement the work of the London Symphony Orchestra the Chorus consists of over 160 amateur singers from all walks of life and is self-managed by a council of nine elected representatives. Whilst maintaining a close association with the LSO, with whom most of its performances are given, the London Symphony Chorus has developed an independent life which allows it to partner other leading orchestras.

  • London Transport Choir There has been a London Transport Choral Society for many years. Very few records exist, but it has provided music for the Corporation’s Annual Festival of Carols held at St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square for over sixty years. In 2002, the society merged with the former British Railways Choir (the St Marylebone Singers) to become London’s Transport Choir. We offer rehearsals on Tuesday evenings and some Saturday afternoons. We have 3 or 4 terms per year with a break in January and Summer. Rehearsals are usually held at TfL offices at 55 Broadway or 197 Blackfriars Road.

  • London Vocal Project The London Vocal Project is one of the UK's leading contemporary vocal ensembles. Led by jazz composer and educator Pete Churchill, LVP is a vibrant community of performers.

  • London Welsh Chorale A mixed voice choir of around 75 singers, performing works by Handel, Britten, Janacek to name a few, as well as music by welsh composers, new and old.

  • London Welsh Male Voice Choir Bilingual site (guess which languages).

  • London Welsh Rugby Club Choir This unique male choir with its long name was founded by a small group of jolly gentlemen, with a passion for singing, sitting the bar of The London Welsh Rugby Football Club in London.
  • London Yiddish Choir Come and explore the diverse world of Yiddish music. Open to people of all backgrounds and singing levels without audition. Repertoire includes spiritual melodies, four-part arrangements of folk songs and contemporary compositions. Sheet music, translations and transliterations are available. We meet Tuesdays, 6.30-8.30pm, at the Jewish Museum in Camden Town.
  • London Youth Boys Choir, London The London Youth Boys’ Choir is an auditioned choir for boys in school year 3 – 6 (ages 8-11) with unbroken voices, who love singing and making music with others to a high standard. Membership of the Boys’ Choir gives young male singers the opportunity to develop their musicianship and vocal skills, learn to sing in different languages and to perform in exciting venues, whilst making new friends from across London in a fun and supportive environment.

  • London Youth Chamber Choir, London The London Youth Chamber Choir forms the pinnacle of excellence of the five choirs, with members aged 16 – 22. This sixteen-voice SATB choir is conducted by Rachel Staunton and Robbie Jacobs. Its members are among the finest young singers in London and are capable of tackling challenging and varied repertoire, ranging from ancient music to new commissions. The choir is proud to be the choral development partners of leading professional choir, Tenebrae.

  • London Youth Choir We aim to build one of the best youth choirs in the world, alongside a body of training choirs to develop choral singing and provide young singers in London with high level choral training and performance opportunities.

  • London Youth Girls Choir The London Youth Girls’ Choir is an auditioned choir for girls in school year 3 – 6 (ages 8-11) who love singing and making music with others to a high standard. Membership of the Girls’ Choir gives young female singers the opportunity to develop their musicianship and vocal skills, learn to sing in different languages and to perform in exciting venues, whilst making new friends from across London in a fun and supportive environment.

  • London Youth Gospel Choir (LYGC) is an exciting project for young(ish) people in London who enjoy singing, want to make new friends and achieve their musical potential. The choir has performed regularly around London and appeared on BBC 1 and ITV.  We have sung with Mike King at Goldsmith’s College, Tenors Unlimited at Fairfield Halls and even with Tom Kean and the Emperors (and their fire-breathing burlesque dancer) at an underground event in aid of an African charity. There is a monthly fee of £5, which covers our admin and transport expenses, but all of the people in the Committee who runs the choir are volunteers.

  • London Youth Senior Choir The London Youth Choir (LYC) is an auditioned SATB choir for singers in school year 11* – age 21. It is the flagship of the London Youth Choir ensembles, offering members a broad and exciting programme of repertoire in a variety of styles, musical traditions and languages, alongside professional vocal and musicianship coaching. Members benefit from workshop tuition from a variety of leading choral figures including Paul McCreesh, Greg Beardsell and John Rutter CBE. The London Youth Choir is proud to be partnered with Gabrieli Consort via the Gabrieli ROAR programme.

  • London Youth Training Choir, London The London Youth Training Choir is a large, auditioned, SATB choir, for boys and girls in school years 7 – 11 (ages 12-16). The Training Choir allows young people to develop their skills in singing, SATB harmony, performance and musicianship through professional vocal and musical coaching, as well as building individual confidence

  • London's Transport Choir There was a London Transport Choral Society for many years. Very few records exist, but it provided music for the Corporation’s Annual Festival of Carols held at St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square for at least sixty years. In 2002, the society merged with the former British Railways Choir (the St Marylebone Singers) to become London’s Transport Choir.

  • Looe Valley Singers, Looe, Cornwall A 40 strong ladies choir, who have a mainly contemporary repertoire. The choir has been singing in the community for over 30 years, raising thousands of pounds for local charities. We meet on a Thursday evening in St Martin’s Church Hall, Looe.  You don’t have to audition and we won’t believe you if you say you can’t sing – come along and give us a try.

  • Lord Willam's Festival Chorus, Thame, Oxfordshire Aiming for high levels of both excellence and enjoyment, we have no auditions.  The chorus, currently numbered about 50, was founded as part of Lord Williams's School in Thame before splitting of independently, and has four events per year with occasional performances abroad.  Our overriding aim is to give pleasure to everyone involved.
  • Lothian Gaelic Choir we meet on Thursday nights during School term and our goal is competing in the Royal National Mod each year in October. Our Conductor is Jackie Cotter and our Gaelic Advisor is Catriona Mackinnon.
  • Loud and Proud, Edinburgh, Scotland Scotland's only choir for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) singers. Choir members represent a range of musical experience - some of us have never sung with a choir before, while others are seasoned performers. The Choir is actively involved in performing at events both within and outwith the LGBT community, and is quickly developing a reputation as an exciting member of Edinburgh's vibrant musical scene.

  • Loughborough Children's Choir, Leicestershire Loughborough Children’s Choir aims to provide children with a valuable singing experience, which will include instruction in good singing technique, and choral awareness. The children will start to learn how to read music and sing in tune and in parts for various performances.

  • Loughborough Male Voice Choir  Formed in 1967 from a group of men associated with the Baptist Church in the town. Current 30 members.
  • Loughborough University Choir, Leicestershire. We are a mixed voice choir open to students and staff of the University and local residents aged 16+. Rehearsals are held every Monday during term time from 7 to 9pm in the Music Centre, with three performances each year. There are no auditions, no fees, no previous experience is expected and there is no need to be able read music. Just turn up and sing!

  • Loughside Chamber Choir, Belfast, County Antrim Loughside is a female choir of approx. 25 members aged between 18 and 30.  They rehearse a very wide variety of repertoire, but do especially like to focus on new works.  Aside from giving concerts and making the odd radio or tv broadcast (just had to fit that in somewhere!), Loughside compete regularly in festivals all over the UK and Ireland and have been finalists/semi-finalists at each Radio 3 Choir of the Year competition since 2000.  Future projects hope to include the Choral Olympics in Austria (July 2008).  Admission to the choir is by audition, but if you're interested, you should come along to a rehearsal first, to see what you think!  Loughside is also a sister choir to Kaleidoscope Girl's Choir and is also conducted by Judith Watson.

  • Louth Choral Society, Lincolnshire A Friendly 80 voice mixed choir which enjoys performing a wide range of music. At least 4 concerts are performed each year, regularly engaging professional musicians and soloists. The choir also has an 8 voice 'Consort of Voices' for smaller venues.
  • Louth Male Voice Choir, Lincolnshire: phone only: contact Michael Kerrigan, 01507-605474. They give concerts for local charities, and sponsor a Young Musician of the Year. Their repertoire includes all types of male choral music, both modern and traditional.
  • Love Music Community Choir, Edinburgh
  • Love Soul Choir, Bournemouth, Dorset A a non-religious, Pop, Soul and Motown group open to singers over the age of 16. Love Soul Choir is the first choir of its kind to correctly balance harmonies, performance, tuition and socialising to give you the quickest route to developing yourself as a vocalist and…to get you singing!

  • Love Soul Choir, Southampton, Hampshire A a non-religious, Pop, Soul and Motown group open to singers over the age of 16. Love Soul Choir is the first choir of its kind to correctly balance harmonies, performance, tuition and socialising to give you the quickest route to developing yourself as a vocalist and…to get you singing!

  • Love to Sing Community Choir, Rendlesham, Leiston, Snape, Suffolk The aim of Love to Sing Community Choir is to get people involved in supporting their community by taking part in local events, performing concerts for local charities and to bring people together to socialise, have fun and enjoy the pleasure of singing as part of a larger group. We sing everything - Pop, Jazz, Broadway, Spirituals anything goes! Most songs are learnt in 3 part harmonies and members are encouraged to follow sheet music. We offer various workshops teaching the basics as well as how to get the most out of your singing voice. Most of our members have never followed sheet music or sung before, so they are testimony to the fact that anyone can have a go.

  • Loveny Male Voice Choir, St Neot, Cornwall We are a Cornish Male Voice Choir based in the village of St Neot on the Southern edge of Bodmin Moor. The Choir takes its name from the river Loveny that flows through the village. Loveny currently has 44 members and is an exciting choir both to belong to and to listen to. It has built up an enviable reputation not only throughout Devon and Cornwall but in places as far afield such as Wales, Brittany, Germany, Holland, Malta, the Czech Republic and Italy. 

  • Low Fell Singers, Gatehead, Tyne & Wear Formed in 1941, it competed in the Festival of Britain at the Royal Albert Hall in 1952. It now competes in national and local competitions and performs throughout NE England
  • Lowestoft Choral Society, Suffolk  Form in 1947, the Lowestoft Choral Society is a registered charity and is affiliated to `Making Music', the National Federation of Music Societies. We are self-funded and have the additional support of individual Friends and Corporate Friends, drawn from the business sector of the area. Our current musical director is Jenny Baker.

  • Lucis, Bath, Somerset LUCIS is a new choir founded in 2014 consisting of the members of Bath’s Organum choir and Corsham Choral Society, two established groups with long and successful histories of music-making behind them. The resounding success of some recent joint ventures convinced their members of the greater range and scope of musical performance that they and their audiences can enjoy by merging to form a single, larger choir.

  • Lucy Cavendish Singers, Cambridge The Lucy Cavendish Singers are a small women's chamber choir, based in Cambridge. The Singers perform a wide-ranging repertoire, from jazz and traditional music to music theatre, classical and opera. All performances are semi-choreographed and sung from memory. Entry is by audition and there are opportunities for solos and small ensemble singing for the right singer.

  • Ludlow Choral Society, Shropshire A community choir of about 120 members and a growing reputation under the direction of Patrick Larley. We perform a broad range of choral music from the old favourites through to more demanding early and modern works. Rehearsals Tuesday evening and no auditions! 
  • Ludlow Larks, Ludlow, Shropshire Ludlow Larks is a community choir which meets every two weeks for a good, hearty sing. Larks is led by singer and natural voice practitioner, Polly Bolton. All the songs are learned by ear and there is no need to read music.

  • Ludlow Male Voice Choir, Shropshire We are a happy friendly band of men. We sing an eclectic mix of songs from classical, hymns, spirituals and popular works. Rehearsals are every Monday at 7.30pm at the Ludlow Women's Centre off Church Street, Ludlow. Our principal aims are to enjoy singing, to entertain others and to assist in fund building. New members are always welcome whether able to read music or not. The only requirement is to enjoy singing and good company.

  • Lumen, London A City of London based amateur chamber choir, built by those with an absolute passion for choral music, focused on delivering stunning modern and ancient choral polyphony

  • Lumina Voices, London Britain’s brightest new choir, Lumina is a small ensemble of young professional singers based in London. The group seeks to enlighten people’s experience of choral music through innovative presentation of familiar repertoire whilst also introducing audiences to stimulating new choral sounds. As an anagram of alumni, Lumina is formed of recent graduates from Royal Holloway, University of London.

  • Luminatus, Leicester We are the professional choir for the East Midlands area. Our singers are hand picked professionals. Our repertoire is eclectic, including unaccompanied works from the medieval period up to the present day. We also perform with a period orchestra. We aim to concentrate our work in the East Midlands, or nearby, but mostly outside London. The group consists of combinations of 4 - 40 singers as required by particular repertoire. The artistic director of Luminatus is David Bray. The standard of this group is extraordinarily high. Be prepared to be amazed!
  • Luminos Choir, Lighthouse Arts Centre, Poole, Dorset Luminos is a community choir based at the Lighthouse and is open to anyone who loves to sing. The choir is led by Sammy Hurden who encourages a friendly atmosphere as well as aiming for everyone to make good music together! The repertoire is varied and includes songs that are uplifting, soulful, fun or sometimes challenging… whether they come from folk, jazz, musical or pop styles, Sammy arranges the songs to suit the choir. She also includes her own material and is currently writing a song cycle for Luminos. All the songs are taught by ear, so there is no need to read music, although sheet music is often provided for those who do.
  • Luminosa, Alton, Hampshire Luminosa performs a wide and exciting range of accessible and much-loved music, as well as more challenging and lesser known pieces, to a high standard. Our director, who is also a professional soprano and singing teacher, Rebekah Abbott, delivers uncompromising standards of musicianship in a friendly environment.

  • Lunchbreak Choir, Sheffield e-mail only: contact Amanda Stones A community of people brought together because of their love of singing. It's a chance to take a break from work, de-stress and enjoy singing fun arrangements of songs. All welcome, from 18+. All abilities, no need to read sheet music, no experience needed. Come and meet new people, build singing confidence and have fun. Performance opportunities are planned for those who are happy to take part, but it's not compulsory. Take a break & join The Lunchbreak Choir every Tuesday 12:30-1:30pm. All welcome, no experience needed - come along & meet new people, increase singing confidence and have some lunchtime fun! It's £5 a week.

  • Luton Choral Society Established 1871 and currently with 60+ members, they perform a varied repertoire through 3 main concerts a year plus a carol concert. They also have a chamber choir who perform in smaller venues.
  • Luton Male Voice Choir, Luton, Bedfordshire
  • Lux Aeterna, Eastbourne, East Sussex. A mixed group of friendly, auditioned singers with clear well tuned voices specialising in the performance of a wide range of sacred and secular music from medieval, through the Renaissance to the early Baroque. We rehearse in term time for our annual Eastbourne Festival concert and for other occasional concerts or liturgical performances. Recently performed items include plainchant from the Libre Vermell de Montserrat (c.1370), sacred polyphony by Jacob Clemens non Papa, Tomas Luis de Victoria and Hans Leo Hassler, secular chansons by Jacques Arcadelt, Pierre Certon, Clement Janequin and Pierre Passereau, English madrigals by Orlando Gibbons, Thomas Morley, John Farmer and others, consort songs by Richard Nicholson and chamber organ pieces by Peter Phillips and Jan Pieter Sweelinck. Do contact us via our website if you are interested in joining us. Competent players of period instruments would also be very welcome.

  • LVM Choir, Preston Set up to bring people together in a warm, friendly environment. We practise in the bar of Longton Sports and Social Club, off School Lane, PR4 5YA from around 7.30pm to 9.00pm on most Wednesday evenings. It is very relaxed and we sing a big variety of music. From folk to swing to musicals and even the odd chart hit. Everyone is welcome, come along for a laugh and a sing.

  • Lyddington, Wanborough, Bishopstone & Hinton Parva Churches, Wiltshire
  • Lydian Singers, Knutsford, Cheshire A chamber choir of some 24 voices with a very wide repertoire and  with a special interest in singing in cathedrals
  • Lydney People Choir, Lydney, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire email-only: contact: lydneypc@gmail.com
  • Lymington Choral Society, Hampshire  Lymington Choral Society exists to allow singers in the New Forest area and beyond to enjoy making music together. The essential qualifications for membership are enthusiasm and commitment, and although no entry auditions are held the Society is proud of the high standard it has achieved. We rehearse in Lymington Community Centre from 7.30 to 9.30 pm every Wednesday evening during term-time from September until May, and give two concerts a year (in May and December) in St Thomas’s Church, Lymington, by kind permission of the Vicar and Churchwardens.

  • Lymm and District Chorus, Cheshire Lymm & District Chorus is a friendly amateur choir based in the lovely village of Lymm in Cheshire. We are based in Lymm Methodist Church, Eagle Brow, Lymm. Rehearsals at 7:30 on Wednesdays. New members very welcome - no audition necessary.

  • Lympstone Military Wives Choir, Devon We formed In October 2011 following the TV doc 'The Choir' We were the first choir to do this and we are all very proud to be part of of it.

  • Lyons Male Voice Choir, Easington Lane, Tyne & Wear, Northumbria Recently celebrated its 50th anniversary, and has the wonderful Sir Thomas Allen as its President.
  • Lytham Community Choir Lytham Community Choir is a fun and enthusiastic choir, meeting on average 35 weeks a year. The choir brings various people of all ages and backgrounds together to have a really fun time whilst learning new songs and developing a deeper understanding of music. Welcome to Lytham Community Choir. All rehearsals last 2 hours, starting with various warm up exercises.

  • Lytham St Annes Choral Society, Lytham St Annes. Lancashire. We are a  large group of friends who share a love of choral music, we currently number about 120 members and we perform three regular concerts each year but also perform extra events such as occasional services at local churches and evensong at Cartmel Prior. Our choral society was formed in 1907 and we have a long and rich musical history which has included famous soloists. We look forward to marking our Centenary in 2007 with a special Spring Concert when we shall perform Elgar's great masterwork "The Dream of  Gerontius at The Grand Theatre in Blackpool.