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  • Mabe Ladies Choir, Penryn, Cornwall The choir was formed in 1931 and has a membership of 40 singers. We perform concerts throughout Cornwall and beyond and regularly complete in Music Festivals, winning many major awards.

  • Macapello Choir, Melksham, Wiltshire A vibrant and fun community choir singing a range of music from across the centuries and from all around the world. We learn songs by ear, so there is no need to read music. Meetings Wednesdays 7.30-9.30pm.

  • MACC, Macclesfield, Cheshire Macclesfield Afternoon Community Choir was launched in May 2010 in partnership with Age UK. This choir meets at St. Paul’s Church, Glegg Street, Macclesfield, Cheshire. 2.15pm till 3.45pm. Although only around twenty in number, the choir is very enthusiastic with a strong core group who would love to see more members joining for a fun afternoon of singing. We use a lot of songs from the Sing-Up website ideal for adults as well as children that cover a wide range of different genres.

  • Macclesfield Male Voice Choir, Cheshire This 50 voice choir is available for concerts within the South Manchester/East Cheshire conurbation and this year celebrates it's 50th anniversary which was crowned with a concert in April 2005, featuring Aled Jones. On October 8th at Bollington, Cheshire we sing alongside Nigel Ogden ( the Organist Entertains - BBC)

  • Macclesfield Mydel Ladies' Choir, Cheshire Founded more than 50 years ago as the Dormel Singers. Their repertoire ranges from Fauré to ladies' barbershop, with some music written specifically for them.

  • Madrigali, Lostwithiel, Cornwall Madrigali is a mixed SATB mainly acapella choir. We are specialising in madrigals and part songs particularly those that are lesser know or little performed. Our Director of Music is Angeline Seymour

  • Maesteg Gleemen Male Voice Choir, Maesteg, Wales Formed in 1958 and is not only the longest established choir in the Llynfi Valley, but indeed within the whole of the County Borough of Bridgend, South Wales. Currently 42 good men and true, 1 Musical director and 1 highly skilled accompanist.

  • Magenta Close Harmony, Moseley, Birmingham A female close-harmony choir, based in Moseley, Birmingham and sing original acappella arrangements.

  • Madrigal Mystery Tour Singers, Notting Hill, London 16 or so dedicated singers all passionate about choral music, especially early music, and always donating at least half their proceeds to Comic Relief.

  • Maelgwn Male Voice Choir, Llandudno, N Wales As we are based in a holiday area we often entertain choirs from other parts of the UK and in fact abroad

  • Maelstrom Male A Cappella Group, Blackburn  A community choir based in Blackburn, Lancashire. We welcome anyone who simply enjoys singing.

  • Maesteg Gleemen Male Voice Choir, South Wales  The choir has a reputation for an innovative repertoire of variety and interest. The Choir holds two rehearsals each week in Maesteg and has around 25 to 30 engagements (excluding overseas tours) throughout the United Kingdom. The Maesteg Gleemen Male Voice Choir celebrate their 50th Anniversary in 2008 and will embark on a 19 Day Concert Tour of Canada & U.S.A. in August/September culminating in a Gala Concert in the world-renowned Carnegie Hall, New York City.

  • Magic Voices, Hertfordshire Magic Voices specialise in teaching sometimes difficult harmonic arrangements to complete beginners and experienced singers alike. We cover all music styles from jazz and pop to gospel, folk and Musicals.
  • Magnificat Ensemble, Oxford Oxford-based, it was formed in 1991 to explore choral music from the last five centuries, both a cappella and with its own orchestra of period instruments. Many of its young professional singers are former Oxbridge choral scholars. The choir ranges in number from 4 to 40 voices
  • Maia Singers, Stockport, Cheshire Bringing a Refreshing Approach to Choral Music. A Mixed choir of over 50 voices, the Maia Singers were formed over 100 years ago and perform pieces by composers as diverse as William Byrd and John Rutter, Vaughan Williams and George Gershwin.. We also support the Stockport Youth Choir.

  • Maida Vale Singers, London Under the direction of Christopher Dee, the Maida Vale Singers lead the field in concert, broadcast and recording work in the UK.  They are a flexible 'pool' of session singers with the versatility to cover all styles of music from Pop to Opera.  With over 25 years experience working on stage and as a session singer, Christopher Dee has built an enviable reputation for bringing together the right performers with the right voices

  • Maidenhead Choral Society, Maidenhead, Berkshire About 40 members.  We sing mainly choral church music, recently Britten's St Nicholas, Dvorak Mass in D. We are lucky to have  professional conductor and pianist.  We are very friendly and have social events.  Please see website for further details

  • Maidenhead Tuneless Choir, Berkshire Maidenhead Tuneless Choir launched in June 2016 and we continue to welcome new members every week.  Your chance to ‘sing like no one is listening’ is Wednesday evenings (during term time) from 8pm – 9.15pm at the United Reformed Church, West Street, SL6 1RL.

  • Maidstone Choral Union, Maidstone, Kent In 1902 Maidstone had a Ladies Glee Club, whose conductor was Frank Wilson Parish, the organist at All Saints' Church. In October that year some musical gentlemen sought to join them ‑ and the Maidstone Choral Union was born.  Their inaugural concert came the following year, with a performance of Mendelssohn's St Paul. Having celebrated its Centenary in 2003, the Union has a repertoire extending from Palestrina to Peter Maxwell Davies, by way of Bach, Bernstein, Bizet & Britten. As well as giving four major concerts each season, an annual short European tour at Easter is a feature enjoyed by many of its 100 or so members.
  • Maidstone Rock Choir, Kent Nationwide phenomenon Rock Choir rehearses across Kent in Maidstone, Sevenoaks, Tonbridge and Orpington. Members learn a range of feel-good pop, gospel and Motown songs in harmony arrangement. There is no audition and no requirement to read music. All are welcome – try us out for free!

  • Maidstone Show Choir, Maidstone, Kent A group local to Maidstone that combines choral singing with dancing to create a fun and entertaining performance. We also perform popular hits and songs from musicals. A place for people to meet new friends, gain confidence and have fun! We meet every Tuesday at St Philip's Church, Maidstone from 7pm-9pm. All ages and abilities are welcome. Price to attend is £10 for 4 weeks - the first session is free.

  • Maidstone Tuneless Choir, Maidstone, Kent Maidstone Tuneless Choir launched on 14th July 2016 and are looking forward to welcoming new members who’d like to “sing like no one is listening”. We meet up FORTNIGHTLY on a Tuesday,  so contact us to find out about our next meeting date. The choir meets at Maidstone Baptist Church, Knightrider Street, Maidstone ME15 6LU We sing from 7.30pm until 9pm with a break for complimentary refreshments.

  • Main Street Sound, York A Ladies Barbershop Chorus based in York, England, was formed in 1994 with 6 singers - most of whom are still members - and has grown steadily since then. In 2001, we became a member of the Ladies Association of British Barbershop Singers (LABBS), our governing body. Also in 2001, we were lucky enough to receive a National Lottery grant which was put to very good use. In 2002, we were joined by our terrific new Musical Director - Pauline Corrieri - who is now taking the Chorus forward to great things.

  • Mairi-O-Nettes, North Finchley, London N12 0GA At the moment there are 20 members, men and women ranging from 22 to 65 years.  There are no auditions and no expectation about music reading but we do sing in 2/3/4 and sometimes get overexcited  and sing 4/5 part harmony. We use recordings and note bashing to learn the parts. We do one big concert a year for charity and are building up on community participation performance. We meet term time and run either 10 or 12 week terms. We have been running for around 14 years.

  • Major Oak Chorus, Carlton, Nottingham A Barbershop Chorus who are 5 years old this year, and consist of 35 members. Members of the British Association of Barbershop Singers.
  • Maldon Choral, Essex Maldon Choral are a group of amateur choral singers from many different backgrounds who practise on Thursday evenings and perform four concerts of varied music per year.

  • Malmesbury Singers, Wiltshire  Malmesbury Singers began in September 1961 with Miss Margaret Crallan as conductor, under the auspices of the Rural Music School. In September 1964 it became a mixed choir. Following the departure of Miss Crallan, John Hughes took over as her replacement for a number of years. Ian Duffin subsequently took over in 1991 as conductor and musical director. John Hughes returned a couple of years later to be our accompanist. Approximately 60 - 70 singers make up the Malmesbury Singers, coming from about a 25 mile radius of Malmesbury. We usually put on at least two concerts a year, although we do occasionally put on a light summer concert.

  • Malvern Festival Chorus We are a mixed choir of some 150 voices which performs four concerts during the year. These performances are held at either The Malvern Theatres or the Great Malvern Priory. In addition to the key works chosen for the three main concerts there is an annual Carols for All Concert, held at Great Malvern Priory in December specifically to raise funds for charity

  • Malvern Male Voice Choir, Worcestershire Malvern Male Voice Choir started in 1922 as a male quartet and grew rapidly to become one of the most prominent choirs in the three counties. We are a committed group who live in and around Malvern. Our members’ ages span late teens to eighties and we enjoy a wide range of talents, skills and abilities both musically and organisationally. We currently number about thirty voices and we always welcome new members to share our enthusiasm and to join in our enjoyment.
  • Malvern Rock Choir, Worcestershire We meet Wednesday's 10.15am - 11.45am at The Lyttelton Well, Church Street, Malvern, WR14 2AY

  • Malvern Women's Harmony Singing Group, Worcestershire Come and simply sing for the joy of it and discover the pleasure of harmony singing with a fun, relaxed and friendly group of women. We meet on Tuesday evenings and sing wonderful rounds and songs with glorious harmonies from around the world. We welcome all women’s voices regardless of experience or ability. All the songs are taught by ear from scratch every time so there’s no need to read music. You can simply come along and sing!

  • Manchester Bach Choir, Lancashire A chamber choir founded in 1932, with a repertoire from the baroque to the contemporary
  • Manchester Cathedral Choirs The Cathedral Choir consists of up to 20 trebles (boys and girls) and 9 Lay-Clerks, who are all professional singers in and around Manchester. The Choir is directed by the Organist & Master of the Choristers, Christopher Stokes.

  • Manchester Chamber Choir: Formed in 2002, this top flight choir regularly sings for the BBC on both TV and Radio and has established itself as one of the country's leading vocal ensembles.

  • Manchester Community Choir We sing unaccompanied, usually in four part harmony. Our repertoire includes songs from all parts of the world, both modern and traditional. Although the membership of the choir is forever evolving, we have been part of the Manchester choir scene since 1999 and we currently have around 100 members of all ages.

  • Manchester Lesbian & Gay Chorus, Manchester, Lancashire A friendly and sociable 80 strong mixed choir of lesbians, gay men and bisexuals from Greater Manchester. The chorus does not audition and performs a varied a capella repertoire

  • Manchester Show Choir Performing songs from genres including pop, gospel and musical theatre, MSC have a diverse repertoire to be enjoyed by all.

  • Manchester Singers, Lancashire Founded by Rachel Maby and Aimee Presswood in January 2015, Manchester Singers is a professional a cappella vocal ensemble whose repertoire includes music from the Renaissance to the contemporary. The group brings together young singers trained at the Royal Northern College of Music and the University of Manchester performing a range of repertoire, from Renaissance to contemporary.

  • Manchester University Barbershop Singers A group of barbershop enthusiasts at the University of Manchester! 

  • Mancunian Singers, Manchester 20-strong mixed choir singing light music, aiming to enjoy themselves and entertain their audiences
  • Mandarin Voices Choir, London The Mandarin Voices Choir (formerley the Chopstick Choral Society) is a project only and London based choir whose USP is to sing in Mandarin. Our first performance on 1st October 2016 was held at the Cadogan Hall with subsequent performances at Piccadilly Circus and Chelsea Football Stadium. We are always looking for new singers. Audition required. Being able to read music essential. Ability to read the phonetic translation of the characters,  preferable but NOT essential. An opportunity to sing some extraordinary & challenging works. See our website to apply to join and more information.
  • Mansfield and District Male Voice Choir, Nottingham.  Mansfield and District Male Voice Choir was established in 1926. We are a group of 50 men who have, through dedication and committed practice, achieved a great sound  valued by our audiences and our members. We enjoy a sense of friendship and fellowship and delight in raising money for local charities whilst having a great time singing. We rehearse on Tuesday evenings 7.30 to 9.30pm at St Augustine’s Church, 46 Abbott Rd, Mansfield NG19 6DD; come and see us and feel the welcome.

  • Mansfield Choral Society, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire A mixed, non audition, choir of all ages. Over 100 active members who get great enjoyment and excitement from singing a wide variety of choral pieces in beautiful settings across Nottinghamshire. Open to anyone who wants to sing, we have been singing sacred and secular choral works for almost 40 years in a relaxed and sociable atmosphere.

  • Manx Voices Ladies Choir, Douglas, Isle of Man e-mail only: contact Julie Brew Formerly the choir was known as the Manx Girls Choir, but has recently undergone a number of changes, not least the name. The choir is now under the musical direction of Angela Stewart.
  • MAPSingers, Poynton, Cheshire Monday Afternoon Poynton Singers, a large SATB choir, meeting Monday afternoons at St George's Church, Fountain Place, Poynton, 2.00 pm - 3.30 pm followed by a brew at the end of the rehearsal.

  • Marazion Apollo Male Voice Choir, Cornwall  Reputedly the oldest choir in Cornwall, the Marazion Apollo Choir was formed in 1904. The choir has performed at the highest level and has participated in the International Eisteddfod at Llangollen with major success and has competed at Pontrhydfendigaid, winning on the Welsh doorstep - truly feathers in the Choir’s cap

  • Marchington Singers, Marchingtgon, Uttoxeter, Staffordshire A mixed voice choir, formed in 1984 to sing at a Harvest Supper, with a mixed repertoire from traditional 4 part songs, classics, modern pieces and songs from musicals. Singing as part of Music and Arts Festival in the Midlands, the choir has also appeared throughout Yorkshire, Derbyshire and Shropshire as well as travelling to Germany and the Algarve.

  • Maridadi Singers and Drummers, Canterbury, Kent A world music community group of around 50 people who meet each week in Canterbury, Kent.  There is a separate group of singers and drummers who come together for concerts etc.  The choir was formed in 1997 and we have performed many times around Kent, including Canterbury Cathedral, and in London. 
  • Market Drayton Choral Society, Shropshire We have between 50 and 70 members, performing two local concerts a year (Spring and Winter) always accompanied by professional orchestra/musicians and soloists.  We have recently acquired Charitable Status (Reg. No. 1109063). In addition to our concerts we arrange occasional fund raising, social and special events. Market Drayton is situated in North Shropshire, nearest towns Shrewsbury, Telford and Stoke on Trent. 

  • Market Harborough Choral Society, Leicestershire Covering Northamptonshire and Leicestershire we rehearse each Tuesday at the Methodist Church, Northampton Road
  • Market Rasen & District Choral Society, Lincolnshire We perform two main concerts each year. New members are always welcome; we are open to all comers without audition. Rehearsals are held on Tuesdays from 7.30 pm - 9.30 pm at The Primary School, Mill Road, Market Rasen from September to May.

  • Marlborough Community Choir, Wiltshire Open to anyone who wants to sing for fun – men and women, old and young, experienced and novice.  We sing an eclectic mix of gospel, pop, folk, and World music, all taught by ear.  There are no auditions, and no need to read music.  We have two aims:  to have a good time and make a nice sound, and both are equally important!  We perform regularly in aid of charitable causes, and at the Marlborough International Jazz Festival. 
  • Marlow Choral Society, Buckinghamshire is more than a mixed, four part (SATB) choir with more than ninety members. Based in Marlow, Buckinghamshire, we're the heart and soul of the singing community, attracting members from surrounding towns and villages over a wide area from Berkshire to Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire. Our repertoire is rich and varied. Twice yearly concert performances may include orchestral pieces and instrumental solos. As a Charity (No. 278524), we also support other charities with a highly successful Annual Christmas Carol Concert. We cordially invite and warmly welcome new singers of any voice range, regardless of previous experience. There are no auditions. 

  • Marlow Community Choir at Borlase The Marlow Community Choir at Borlase (MCCaB) is a highly successful community outreach initiative of Sir William Borlase's Grammar School, with Performing Arts College status. Under the direction of Gillian Dibden MBE, our inspirational and dynamic Director of Music, we meet on Wednesdays at 7:30pm on school term dates for vocal training and rehearsals to achieve concert performance standard. We offer you training in choral music and vocal technique for singing in mixed, 4-part (SATB) choirs, with regular concert performances, including soloists and full orchestra.

  • Marple Choral Society, Cheshire  The Society, formerly the Overdale Singers, was established over 30 years ago. It is made up of about 70 members, many of whom have had little or no vocal training but share a love of singing. In its weekly rehearsals the choir prepares for two or three major concerts each year, together with one or two lighter concerts such as the popular Family Carol Concert
  • Marsh Ladies Choir, Marsh, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire Marsh Ladies Choir was founded in 1955 and in 2005 celebrated its Golden Jubilee. It currently has 35 members and has developed a wide repertoire from classical and folk to swing, jazz and songs from the shows. The choir maintains a busy schedule of concerts and competitions both in Huddersfield and further afield.
  • Marshfield Male Voice Choir, Marshfield, South GloucestershireIn the summer of 2007, a group of men in Marshfield, South Gloucestershire, got together as a makeshift choir in support of a charity event. Most had not sung before, except in the shower. And so, cajoled by Welshman Geraint Evans and enthusiastically directed by Laurel Pyne, the Marshfield Male No-Voice Choir was born. We've come a long way since and feel confident enough to have dropped the 'No' in our name. The choir (more recently under the wing of musical director Hilary Newman and accompanist Sarah Bartlett)  now has 20 or so regular members and has built a repertoire of about 40 songs - a stirring mix of traditional and modern favourites.

  • Marske Fishermen's Choir, Teesmouth, N Yorkshire As the name implies, the choir was formed in the village of Marske by the Sea, located on the North East Coast between Redcar and Saltburn in North Yorkshire. The choir in reality was not really formed, it evolved in the 1960's. The fishing at Marske at the time, although being part time, buzzed with energy, rivalry and enthusiasm, the boats being worked in the summer evenings and at weekends. Crewed by men and boys infected by 'sea fever' there was always more crew than boats to carry them. Among the fishermen there were some of a musical bent who played instruments. These were usually produced and played at the least excuse, usually in the Ship Inn after the fishing.

  • Martineau Singers, Dorking, Surrey The Martineau Singers is a group of friends who enjoy singing together. Informally the group began in the year 2000 but was named in 2004 when we sang for the fiftieth birthday of one us. There are currently eighteen of us and all are passionate about singing and enjoy sharing our love of music with friends and audience members.  We are based in Dorking, Surrey. We perform four or five concerts each year. Some are in churches and include baroque to twenty first century music. Other concerts have been light music for garden parties and jazz concerts. We frequently join forces with The Martineau Brass, a quintet run by one of the group.  Events include weddings, anniversaries and birthdays.

  • Marwell Zoo Choir, Hampshire Fab new choir of staff, trustees and volunteers at Marwell Wildlife - zoo and conservation charity in Hampshire.

  • Mary Ward Singers, Bloomsbury, London We are a mixed voice (SATB – Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass) choir, run as an evening class by the Mary Ward Centre. It is a taught course and the choir’s musical director is employed as the course tutor by Mary Ward Centre. We are non-auditioning and while an ability to read music and to be able to sight-sing is an advantage this is not essential – a ‘good ear’ for music is important and you will improve your music reading week by week.

  • Maspindzeli Georgian Choir, Highgate, London We are a choir based in Central London who sing songs from the rich polyphonic tradition of Georgia. “Maspindzeli” means “host” in Georgian. We are led by musical director Bernard Burns. Maspindzeli is an open choir – there are no auditions and singers don’t need to be able to read music, although the ability to sing in tune and a sense of rhythm are ideal qualities to bring!

  • Masquerade Choir, Kettering, Northamptonshir Founded in September 1999, in its first year it set the international stage alight by winning the Children's Choirs Class at the Llangollen International Eisteddfod. Grand Finalists in the BBC Radio 3 Choir of the Year 2008
  • Mastersingers Semi-professional group with a repertoire ranging from Byrd to the Beatles
  • Maternal Harmony, Bridgend, South Wales We were established in 2013, specifically for women suffering from mental health problems during and after pregnancy including postnatal depression (PND) and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Our aim is to challenge the stigma surrounding the little talked-about mental health problems in new mothers by singing loud and proud! With our songs we hope to project a positive image of mood disorders and encourage other women finding themselves in a similar position to reach out. Our ladies rehearse for two hours each week, allowing them to share their experiences with other mums, learn a new skill, gain confidence and a personal sense of achievement. We are based in Bridgend, South Wales and our rehearsal takes place in the community centre at the Princess of Wales Hospital in Bridgend.  We are always happy to welcome new members and there is no audition process.

  • Mayfair Community Choir, London This is an initiative in partnership with the Friends of Mayfair Library and Grosvenor Estates. The Choir is non-auditioning and open to all. Richard Hobson, the Chapel's Director of Music, conducts and trains the choir. The repertoire of the choir is mixed and eclectic. The emphasis is on creating a choir which is fun socially, stimulating musically and help builds local community.  The Choir meets on Tuesday evenings 6.30pm to 8.00pm in the Chapel Rooms or the Mayfair Library.

  • Mayfield Festival Choir, East Sussex The Mayfield Festival choir was reformed in 2004 from the original set up by Kenneth Pont in 1970. The choir regularly performs the great traditional choral works as well as some newer music by such composers as MacMillan and Tavener.  Concerts normally take place in St Dunstan's church in the beautiful Sussex village of Mayfield.

  • Meadway Junior Singers, Sale, Cheshire e-mail only: contact meadwaychoirs@talktalk.net (12 years and under)  

  • Meadway Singers, Sale, Cheshire e-mail only: contact meadwaychoirs@talktalk.net Ladies Choir

  • Meadway Youth Choir, Sale, Cheshire e-mail only: contact meadwaychoirs@talktalk.net (13 years and over)

  • Meantime Chorus (Barbershop), Victoria, London We are a new Men’s A Cappella and Barbershop Chorus in London. We rehearse on Thursdays in London 19:00-21:00. Currently, the majority of our rehearsals are at St Saviour’s Pimlico. It’s a short walk from Victoria and Pimlico Stations.

  • Medici Choir, London 60-strong friendly and sociable group performing a wide repertoire in London, around the UK and abroad.

  • Medina Community Choir, Isle of Wight We are a community choir on the Isle of Wight, where anyone can join, and sing a wide variety of music, from musicals, jazz, gospel, pop and rock.  We were formed in 2006 and now have around 70 members of all ages and backgrounds and regularly perform on the Island and occasionally tour.

  • Medway Show Choir, Chatham, Kent A fun choir local to Medway that combines choral singing with dancing to create a fun and entertaining performance. We also perform popular hits and songs from musicals. This is a great place for people to meet new friends, gain confidence and have fun! All abilities are welcome. Ages 14+ Price to attend is £10 for 4 weeks or £3 per session - the first session is FREE! We meet at theThe Brook Theatre, Chatham Thursday from 7pm-9pm

  • Meeting Voices Community Choir, Chard, Somerset Around 35 members, we sing and enjoy songs from around the world - Africa, Eastern Europe, America, as well as folk songs collected locally from South West England.  There are no auditions, you don't have to be able to read music - "if you can talk, you can sing"

  • Melbourne Male Voice Choir, Derbyshire Reformed in 1977 the choir has become one of the premier choirs in the East Midlands. 30 voices.
  • Melisma, Belfast, Northern Ireland There are only eight of us and we specialize in early music such as Lobo, Byrd. We also perform quite a lot of the music of Philip Stopford, our groups conductor. Melisma was formed in 2004 by Derryman Geoffrey Moore, a former choral scholar at St Catharine's, Cambridge. Among its number are some of the most sought-after choral singers in Northern Ireland. Melisma has given concerts and taken part in services throughout Northern Ireland and beyond. Notable triumphs have included a weekend of services at Ripon Cathedral in August 2006 and leading a choral workshop with Sir David Willcocks in Hillsborough in September, which was followed by a gala dinner at the Reform Club in Belfast, after which Melisma provided the after-dinner cabaret. In December 2006 Melisma delighted audiences with a pair of highly successful Christmas concerts in St Anne's Cathedral and St George's Church, Belfast.

  • Meljon Singers, Redbridge, London The Meljon Singers, directed by Janette Ruocco, is an accomplished vocal ensemble of 26 voices based in Redbridge, Greater London. The group brings to its music-making a love of performance and a spirit of adventure expressed in innovative programming, exploring both standard and little-known or neglected repertoire, combined in fresh and entertaining ways. The Meljon Singers performs locally, in central London and abroad and has been broadcast recently on BBC Radio 3.
  • Melvich Gaelic Choir, Melvich, Sutherland, Scotand The choir has earned the reputation not only for good music but also for public spiritedness, friendliness and hospitality among both the local community and international circle of friends.
  • Men2Sing, Essex (formerly South Woodham Ferres Male Voice Choir) The Choir now has 60 or so members, many with no previous singing or musical experience. Our members, some of whom make long journeys to attend the twice weekly rehearsals, are drawn from all walks of life.

  • MenSing, Okehampton, Devon MenSing is a progression group for singers from Wren’s Folk Choirs. The group meets for rehearsal once a month at Ebenezer Hall in Okehampton and has sung both locally and in the Manor Pavilion at the Sidmouth Folk Festival. With parts arranged for multiple voices, from low bass through tenor to the melody, there is something for all ranges of voices. Songs are sourced from all over the world – from the UK tradition to as far afield as Georgia and even New Zealand – and may be sung in the local language, which gives an added richness to the performance.
  • Meon Voices, Bishops Waltham, Hampshire: email-only: contact Philip Coundley Meon Voices is a very friendly community type choir, based in Bishop's Waltham, but with singers from all local villages. The choir has been going for over 50 years and has about 25 regular singers. singing a wide range of music in 4-part harmony. Vacancies in all voices, but no audition..

  • Merbecke Choir, London The Merbecke Choir is Southwark Cathedral's voluntary choir for young men and women. Part of the Cathedral music department, it makes a regular and significant contribution to the Cathedral's musical liturgy. The core of the Choir's repertoire comprises Renaissance and Baroque liturgical polyphony, but extends to a wide range of modern works.

  • Merchant Voices, Glasgow This SATB  community choir, based at the City Halls, Glasgow, has around 80 members and performs 2 main concerts per season in the City Halls. The repertoire covers a wide range of music, both serious and light, and weekly rehearsals are held on Wednesday evenings in the City Halls between September and June.

  • Mercia Chorale, East Midlands The idea for forming a choir featuring singers from around the East Midlands germinated some time in the mid-2000s, when several singers from Nottingham realised how much fun they had singing under their own auspices!  Finally, the idea got off the ground in 2014, when they realised they needed more singers, and so a social media campaign was organised to attract members for the inaugural concert.  Barring a slight delay due to a cycling accident, the choir was born in the intimate space of Trent College Chapel, with a programme of Schütz, J.S. Bach and Rheinberger. As well as being a roaring success, the choir enjoyed themselves immensely, and would love to hear from you if you wish to sing with them.

  • Mercian Singers, Tamworth, Staffordshire We are a mixed voice choir (Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass) based in Tamworth Staffordshire. We sing for pleasure and we sing for charity.  The choir formed in 2017, having previously been known, for the past 40 years, as Tamworth Male Voice Choir.  Over the years, Tamworth Male Voice Choir have raised thousands of pounds for local and national charities - and this is something that Mercian Singers wish to continue. 

  • Mere Singers, Shrewsbury, Shropshire The group was originally formed in 2003 by our musical director Mary Keith to perform her music in Pentabus Theatre’s production of “Precious Bane”, but since then has evolved into a friendly and open-access unaccompanied community choir (i.e. no requirement to read music and no auditions). When not singing for theatre we explore a capella songs from around the world and popular songs in unexpected arrangements performed in both traditional and unusual venues.

  • Meridian Singers, Bluntisham, Cambridgeshire The Meridian Singers are a community choir based in Bluntisham. We rehearse in Bluntisham church hall on Wednesday evenings from 7.00-8.30 pm during school term. We perform in our home church of Bluntisham, but also all around the area, and we also enjoy performing with other choirs and musicians. There are no auditions, and all over 18s are welcome. Our membership is currently 40 strong, but we are always ready to welcome new singers.

  • Merrylea Merrymakers, Glasgow The 'Merrylea Merrymakers' are a female singing group for age 16 upwards. We rehearse every Monday 7.15pm-8.45pm in Merrylea Parish Church, Glasgow.

  • Merse Singers, Berwick on Tweed We are a friendly mixed voice choir based on Paxton village in the Scottish Borders near Berwick upon Tweed.  We aim to sing a wide selection of music from traditional Baroque choral music  to madrigals, folk songs, show music and seasonal Christmas music.  A wide selection, which we all enjoy!  Our concert venues have varied from the stately homes of Paxton House and Marchmont to Alnwick Garden and village churches and Halls

  • Mersey Harmony, Liverpool, Merseyside We are a group of women of all ages and from all walks of life who meet every week in Liverpool to enjoy singing and producing the wonderful sound of unaccompanied, close four part harmony.

  • Merthyr Aloud We are a community choir and and have weekly drop-in voice workshops in Merthyr Tydfil. We started in 2009 and currently have around 20 singers, new members always welcome. No previous experience is needed and all songs are taught by ear. We sing beautiful harmonies in different musical traditions from around the world.

  • Metropolitan Police Choir The Metropolitan Police Choir is formed of serving and retired Officers & Staff from the Metropolitan Police Service. They perform concerts for many charities, primarily in London, but also in the provinces and have travelled abroad to major concerts. The Choir repertoire ranges from pop to Gregorian chanting, the musicals to traditional London melodies, many works having been composed specifically for them. Christmas is a busy time of year for the choir, singing at carol concerts for many London Police Boroughs and local churches across the Capital.

  • Mevagissey Male Choir, Cornwall Formed in 1974 and now one of the leading and largest male choirs in Cornwall, with 60 members including several founder members.
  • Mexborough Male Voice Choir, South Yorkshire. Founded in 1925 from the coal, steel and railway industries in South Yorkshire. The choir has a membership of 40 enthusiastic choristers and has been led by its musical director, John Stuart, since 1972. Two major concerts are given each year with other concerts performed for charities in and around the area.
  • Michelmas Singers, Stockton-on-Tees Formed on Michelmas Day 1967 this choir of about 25 mixed singers is based in Stockton-on-Tees. Singing mostly unaccompanied works particularly of 16th and 20th centuries but occasionally bigger works with orchestra.  Favourite composers Byrd, Monteverdi, Poulenc, Tallis, Durufle

  • Micklegate Singers, York  Founded in 1963, the Micklegate Singers are a chamber choir of around 35 singers with a reputation for singing accessible contemporary music and lesser-known older works. They rehearse on termtime Thursday evenings in York under the conductorship of Nicholas Carter and give 3 concerts a year in different venues in York.
  • Mickleham Choral Society, Surrey  A community choir, which meets in the Mickleham Village Hall on Thursday evenings (September through to April).  We currently have 40 singers of varying abilities all who have a passion for music and a love of singing. Formed in 1907, the society was started up so local singers could take part in the Leith Hill Musical Festival.  Today it focuses on two main events – a Christmas concert, which is usually a sell-out, and of course, the Leith Hill Musical Festival.  Choir members are also invited to sing with the Surrey/Leith Hill Festival Choir in various concerts held at the Dorking Halls and Guildford Cathedral.
  • Mickleover Singers, Mickleover, Derby A 40 member mixed ability SATB choir who sing a large range of sacred and secular works ranging from Abba to Handel and Brahms to Beatles! The choir sing from September until April and perform with 1 main concert per term (2 per calendar year), but opportunities to sing in other, smaller concerts with the local community.

  • Mid Norfolk Singers We are a friendly choir of about 80 members who meet weekly on Thursday evenings in Dereham, Norfolk. Our concerts at Christmas, Easter and in the early summer, are held in local churches, the major (sacred) works are usually in Dereham and the more light hearted summer concerts in the surrounding villages.  

  • Mid Northumberland Chorus, Morpeth An 80 voice choir for local people who wish to sing for pleasure. Music performed is of major and minor classical works of varying difficulty and both ancient and modern. From time to time we commission new works.

  • Mid Sussex Choir, Haywards Heath, West Sussex Mid Sussex Choir is a community choir serving the entire Mid Sussex area. Formed in 1946 for a charity concert, it has remained a vibrant part of the music community of Mid Sussex ever since.  Conducted by Andrew Sutton since 1987, the choir welcomes new members and there is no audition. The choir performs twice a year, at Christmas and in the Spring. The choir is also available for hire for weddings, other family celebrations and fund-raising concerts. Predominantly classical music is sung, with some lighter works. See our website for full details.

  • Mid Wessex Singers, Somerton, Somerset We are a friendly group of people who enjoy singing choral music in parts. We practise on Tuesday evenings during term time from 7.30 to 9.00 p.m in the West Street Church Hall in Somerton.

    Middleton Musical Society, Cheapside, Middleton, Lancashire. Founded in 1772 as a male voice choir, it continued as such until the 1940s when it was opened up to women voices, too. Since then it has provided local amateur singer with the opportunity to rehearse and perform choral music in a variety of styles from madrigals to musicals.

  • midge, Edinburgh. A 6 voice (SSAATB) a cappella group started in 1998. Will sing anything, anywhere! Have sung Swedish carols in supermarkets, Byrd in the Borders and close harmony in the church.
  • Midhurst Music Society, Midhurst and Easebourne, W.Sussex Midhurst Music Society (MMS) is a small, friendly, mixed choral society performing mainly classical choral works, often with orchestral or instrumental ensemble accompaniment. We usually give 2 concerts per year and there are other musical and social activities, including choral training. Concerts are usually performed in St.Mary's Church, Easebourne, Midhurst, W.Sussex and we rehearse in the Methodist Church hall, Midhurst, at 7.45pm on Monday evenings. Musical Director - Mary Knight

  • Midland Festival Chorus, West Midlands Midland Festival Chorus has moved its base over the past 40 years from Shepshed to Leicester, Warwick and most recently to Worcester, where it presented many major large-scale works in the Cathedral. Over the past few years, MFC has organised a choral workshop or singing day, but with a difference! These one-day events end with an informal performance with soloists, concentrate on getting under the skin of major choral works, learning performance techniques… and having some fun at the same time. Under the direction of Malcolm Goldring, each workshop provides a stress-free day for singers, whatever their ability, although being able to read music is essential to get the most out of the event. Guidance notes are provided in advance of the day to enable singers to prepare effectively.

  • Midlands Chorale,Tettenhall, Wolverhampton, West Midlands Midlands Chorale draws its singers from across the West Midlands. As rehearsals are on Saturday mornings, it offers an opportunity to quality singers in the region the opportunity to sing challenging classical music in a second choir, under a top professional conductor, Richard Laing.

  • Midlands Hospitals' Choir, Harborne, Birmingham A 4-part choir of around 120 health care and associated workers, along with friends and anyone from the community with a joy for singing.  We perform an annual December concert in Town Hall, Birmingham and Spring concert, all in aid of CLIC Sargent, the charity for children and young people with cancer.  Our Summer concert raises funds for a Birmingham church.  Our rehearsal evening has just changed to Tuesdays.

  • Mill End Voices, High Wycombe, Bucks Mill End Voices is a monthly adult mixed choir covering a diverse range of genres but with particular emphasis on musical theatre, film and pop music through the ages. No membership or previous experience is necessary, although an ability to read music would be an advantage in our sometimes fast-paced rehearsals. Newcomers are always welcome at any time of the year.

  • Mill Singers Male Voice Choir, Child Okeford, Dorset Our name gives the clue to what we are! Established in 1994, The Mill Singers is a male voice choir based in Dorset UK. The Choir prides itself on its musical standard and warm camaraderie among its members. We make music together with our musical director Peter Lattimer in a relaxed and congenial atmosphere while aspiring to a high level of performance.

  • Millennium Youth Choir The RSCM Millennium Youth Choir is an exciting chamber choir, founded in 2000 at the suggestion of the Archbishop of Canterbury. It offers special opportunities to young singers aged between 16-23 years to sing the widest and most exciting range of sacred music to the highest standards. Residential courses are held during school and university holidays, and include individual musical and vocal tuition, services and public concerts.

  • Millhouse Green Male Voice Choir, Penistone, Sheffield A "small but perfectly formed choir of approximately 50", singing at music festivals, nursing homes, wedding, 1000-seater concert halls.

  • Milngavie Choir, Glasgow, Scotland Milngavie Choir is  a small, friendly choir. We all love singing and we hope to share that pleasure with everyone who comes to our performances. We put on two main concerts every year - Christmas and Spring - as well as a few smaller community events. Our practices and performances are in and around Milngavie, to the north-west of Glasgow, but our members and audiences come from anywhere in the wider Glasgow area.

  • Milton Glee Club, Portsmouth, Hampshire Over 50 years old and now with 100+ members, performing regularly at Portsmouth Guildhall and in local charity concerts.
  • Milltown Singers, Banbury, Oxon An informal community singing group, we sing music ranging from spirituals, English folk, and musicals. Our MD, Mike Horth works in musical theatre in West End productions and throughout the UKIn March 2012 we ran a workshop based on Wicked , the musical and we plan to do more in the years to come. We meet on Thursdays in central Banbury. We don't audition and we welcome anyone who loves to sing.

  • Milton Keynes Barbershop Harmony Club, Buckinghamshire Men’s Chorus ‘MK Acapella’ is a choir singing in the Barbershop style of a cappella close harmony. We meet every Monday evening (excluding Bank Holidays) at Stanton School, Bradville, Milton Keynes to sing, and share our enjoyment of four part harmony in quartets and chorus. ‘MK Acapella’ were the 2009 Class Winners at both the Oxford Music Festival and the Milton Keynes Music Festival. New members are always welcome. No previous experience is necessary as we teach vocal production techniques, and learn our songs by listening to recorded ‘teach tracks

  • Milton Keynes Chorale, Buckinghamshire A thriving choir of over 100 singers established the new city in 1974 and now performing regularly in the prestigious modern Milton Keynes Theatre and other venues in the area, under the direction of Oliver Neal Parker.
  • Milton Keynes Rock Chorus, Buckinghamshire With no audition and no previous choir experience required, Rock Chorus offers you an opportunity to be part of a vibrant, lively community of singers. Every voice counts here at Rock Chorus and you can rock with us too! Rock Chorus was formed in 2009 by acclaimed singer/songwriter Lauren Field. She now has around 300 members across five choirs in Pinner, Dunstable, Berkhamsted, Milton Keynes and Watford. 
  • Milton Keynes Youth Choir, Buckinghamshire Milton Keynes premier young Vocal ensemble, a treble voice choir for girls and unbroken boys voices between the age of 8 and late teens.  We sing a wide and challenging repertoire, concentrating on part-singing and a wide range of music from Mozart to Modern
  • Milton Mount Community Choir, Crawley, West Sussex Milton Mount Community Choir was formed back in September 2011 and is a contemporary choir open to all ages and abilities. We perform at a wide range of local events, raise money for charity and occasionally take part in festivals and competitions. The emphasis is on a fun, relaxed, friendly and inclusive musical experience rooted firmly in the community.6.30-7.30pm every Thursday during term time in Milton Mount School, Grattons Drive,Pound Hill, Crawley RH10 3AG.

  • Minehead & District Choral Society, Somerset We are a large, friendly choir with over 80 members, based in Minehead, West Somerset. We enjoy singing a wide range of choral music, from great classics such as "Messiah" to modern works including the incredible "Armed Man" by Karl Jenkins. We have a lot of fun in our rehearsals and performances and are always happy to welcome new members - no audition needed!

  • Minerva Chorus, Chesterfield, Derbyshire Womens a cappella group. Practice night Monday 7.30 - 9.30pm

  • Mirabile, West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire We are a relatively small female vocal ensemble (16 ladies). Members come from a variety of professionally trained and amateur singing backgrounds. Our repertoire ranges from early music to contemporary arrangements; varying our vocal forces from solo to full ensemble.

  • Mixed Up Chorus, Kentish Town, London The Mixed Up Chorus has a lot to sing about. And it's time it got heard. There are no auditions. The desire to be a part of this is the only quality you need to join. Of course, you have to love singing. And if you have experience of singing in choirs then all the better for the person next to you. Our repertoire will be well and truly mixed up. We’ll sing music from all traditions, old music, new music, commissions, improvisations and collaborations. And we're led by Jeremy Haneman, conductor and director of the Royal Opera House’s Community Chorus. We currently have 40 members, from a variety of ages, religious beliefs and cultural backgrounds.

  • Mixed Voices, Leeds Mixed Voices is a 60 strong choir based in North Leeds. We were formed in 2003. We perform at various prestigious charity events throughout the year in and around the city of Leeds. Our aim is to bring light music back into the community. We sing a variety of light popular music including songs from Les Miserables,Andrew Lloyd Webber, Abba, Motown and much more. We also participate in choir exchange tours and in April 2008 visited Italy to sing with an Italian Choir and invited them back to Leeds in July 2008. Rehearsals are on Monday evenings 8-10.00 p.m.

  • MK Acappella, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire MK Acapella is Milton Keynes’ very own all male barbershop choir who are dedicated to singing in 4 part harmony and promoting this unique sound across the city and beyond. Founded in 1986 we have been entertaining crowds across MK for over 25 years. You’ll find us   performing at events such as the Great Linford Festival, Stony Live and various events in Campbell Park. We  regularly help to lead the carol singing at the emotional Willen Hospice lights of Love concerts. We also sing at weddings and other private events. But wherever we perform, our style of music is always very warmly   received and the range of songs we sing are diverse, from older sentimental  songs through to the Beatles as well as more modern classics such as Can You Feel the Love the Tonight from the Lion King…… or even a bit of Queen with  Fat Bottomed Girls.

  • Moira Community Choir, County Down, Northern Ireland email only: contact: Sean Randle We meet Thursday evenings at I Got Rhythm Music School.

  • Moira Male Voice Choir, Moira, Leicestershire The village of Moira is situated between Burton on Trent and Ashby de la Zouch in North West Leicestershire, at The Heart of the National Forest. The choir rehearses every Friday evening at Moira Centenary Church. Our musical director is Carolyn Necklen and Rita Rose is our accompanist. There are currently 30 choristers but we are always eager to welcome new members. Anyone interested in singing can be assured of a warm welcome into our “choir family”. Do not be put off thinking that you cannot sing – come and give us a go. The practice starts at 7.00p.m. and usually ends at 9.00p.m. Moira Centenary can be found on the road from Donisthorpe to Moira Village.

  • Mold & District Choral Society, Wales  A mixed voice choir of about 100 members. It sings the major works from the choral repertoire and in addition gives a regular carol concert in Mold.

  • Monday Mondays, Denton, Manchester (Tameside A Cappella) We are a mixed voice contemporary choir, formed in 2010, singing pop and jazz songs in 5 part a cappella arrangements.

  • Monday Music, Canterbury, Kent Monday Music was set up promote the benefits of singing for well-being. Its 65 or so members are mainly residents of Canterbury and its surrounding areas who meet once a week to sing together. The choir was originally a project choir, intended to run for one academic term. But as numbers grew and the choir flourished, it became a regular fixture in its members’ lives and is still going strong after several years. 

  • Monifieth Singers, Monifieth, Dundee, Scotland  A mixed group of around 50 voices. A wide variety of lighter music, with several smaller choral items. Rehearsals are very friendly and run from mid August to Mid April each year.

  • Monmouth Choral Society, Monmouthshire, Wales Monmouth Choral Society is a welcoming and friendly choir of about 120 members in  four sections soprano, alto, tenor and bass. We rehearse on Tuesday evenings 7.30-9.30 p.m. We perform four concerts every year, one in each term plus the Christmas Carol concert. Our repertoire shares much with the great choral tradition of works from Bach and Handel to Rutter and Britten. We sing at the Blake Theatre, Monmouth School and St Mary’s church, Monmouth; we  rehearse at the Bridges Community Centre, Monmouth.
  • Montage Music Theatre Choir, Depford, London Montage Theatre Arts is a Lewisham Funded Charity based in Deptford. We give those most in need access to the arts. Our Adult Musical Theatre choir is a new relaxed course aimed at those over the age of 16 years. We have had a really mixed turn out for the choir, from trained singers to absolute amateurs looking for something new to try. We have a broad spectrum of musical theatre pieces that we are learning – e.g. Sister Act, Spring Awakening, Once, Bat Boy etc. The classes take place on a Tuesday evening (7pm-9pm) at Prendergast Hilly Fields School (top site) in Brockley, Lewisham. The cost of each session is £6 (or £3 for concessions).
  • Monteverdi Choir Founded by Sir John Eliot Gardiner in 1964 as part of the break-away period instrument movement, the Monteverdi Choir have always focused on bringing a new perspective to their repertoire. Their real difference as an ensemble lies in their ability to communicate music to their audiences worldwide, as they go beyond the music, seeking to create immediacy and drama in everything they do. This approach has led to the Monteverdi Choir being consistently acclaimed as one of the best choirs in the world over the past 50 years. 

  • Mood Indigo Singers, The Sage, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear This audition-based choir will learn and perform sophisticated arrangements of great jazz, pop and gospel music

  • Moonlighters (The), Blunham, Bedfordshire The Moonlighters is a small, friendly vocal ensemble (SATB) of about 12 singers that performs mainly a cappella music.  Our repertoire includes a mixture of swing and blues of the 1930s to ‘50s, spirituals, arrangements of popular songs, traditional folk songs and anything else that takes our fancy.  We are available for fund-raising performances, concerts, after dinner entertainment and others.  We have room for more enthusiastic singers, especially tenors and basses, who are fairly confident about picking up new pieces. Rehearsals every Monday during term time, in Tempsford, just off the A1 north of Sandy.

  • Morden Park Choral Society, Merton, London Morden Park Choral Society was founded in 1946. The Society is closely linked with St John's Church and we have enjoyed providing the music for special occasions in the church throughout the year. Rehearsals take place here in church on Monday evenings from 8 - 10 PM. There are vacancies in all parts. No previous experience is necessary and there is no audition; we are looking for people who are enthusiastic and willing to learn. You will be assured of a friendly welcome. The Society's activities are challenging, enjoyable and rewarding, with a programme of four concerts a year ranging from oratorio to songs from the shows and including operetta, carols and a variety of four-part song arrangements. In addition, the Society holds a variety of social events throughout the year.

  • More Singers of Church Stretton, Shropshire A small chamber choir, we sing choral evensong and perform a concert once every term, covering a wide variety of sacred and secular repertoire.

  • Morley Chamber Choir, Lambeth, London  We are a choir of about 20 voices, performing all kinds of music to a high standard under our charismatic conductor Bob Hanson, and giving three to four concerts a year in the London area. Because of our link with Morley College we are able to call on professional instrumentalists, which greatly widens our choice of repertoire. Soloists are usually chosen from the choir, and there is some emphasis on the development of vocal and musical skills. Currently there are vacancies in all voices, but particularly in tenors and basses. Some sight-reading ability is desirable.
  • Morley Music Society, Leeds  Generally, three main concerts are given each year, consisting of works chosen from the whole range of the choral repertoire, from Vivaldi to Vaughan Williams and Bach to Bernstein. Consequently, over the seventy years, more than two hundred concerts and recitals have been presented, including a joint concert with Wakefield Festival Chorus at Wakefield Cathedral and two partnership concerts with Drighlington Band. In addition to its main concert programme the society has, over the years, included other recitals and special events in its activities.

  • Morningside School of Music Choir, Edinburgh Morningside School of Music has been the busiest music school in Edinburgh since we were established in 1999. Our music teachers are professional, fully-qualified experts, with extensive backgrounds working within the music industry as performers as well as teachers.

  • Morris Folk Choir, London Does your heart sing? Are your feet restless when you hear that train a-coming? Do you long to just burst into song, but aren't quite sure how to go about it? Does your bathtime ring to music and melody? Then MORRIS, London's newest, shiniest, merriest folk choir, is for you! Everyone's welcome, from the angel-voiced to those who've never sung before, and aren't quite sure if they can. Can't read music? It doesn't matter one little bit! Choirmaster Michelle Hepworth will take you in hand, and free up that singing soul of yours.

  • Morriston Ladies Choir, Swansea, South Wales Currently in it's 69th year and continues to go from strength to strength. The choir is over 70 voices strong, with ladies ranging from 18 - 80+ and sings an eclectic mix of music. We have toured extensively from Canada to Spain, to Finland and are currently in the throes of organising a tour to Poland in 2010. We are active members of WAMF and Making Music.
  • Morriston Orpheus Choir, Swansea Formed in 1935 the Choir enjoys an international reputation as a leading exponent of male choral singing. Within the United Kingdom the Choir is in constant demand with 25-30 engagements a year, including concerts, TV and after-dinner performances. Although a registered charity and financially self supporting, much of its work is devoted to assisting local and national good causes, at home and overseas.
  • Morriston RFC Male Choir  Formed in 1978 by twelve members of the Rugby Club, the choir has now grown to 126 choristers, whose ages range from 18 to 80 plus years.
  • Moretones (The), Moretonhampstead, Devon: e-mail only: contact: Christopher Pilkington  We are a male voice choir which was formed some ten years ago in the small town of Moretonhampstead in Devon on the edge of Dartmoor. We sing a wide range of traditional and modern pieces in both four part harmony and unison. We sing in support of local events and also for charity. Our musical Director is Mr John Willis. We rehearse once a week and anyone is welcome to come along to  see what we do, and perhaps join us.

  • Morven Singers, Aberdeen e-mail only: contact l.lfindlay@btinternet.com 

  • Mosaic, St Albans, Herts “mosaic: a design … composed by the piecing together of different things” (Chambers English Dictionary) – an appropriate name for a group who, in a few short years, have built an enviable reputation for virtuosity, versatility and verve. Mosaic brings together a small group of singers, based in and around St. Albans, each with a wealth of experience in a wide range of choirs in the UK and abroad. Mosaic's repertoire covers pretty much everything from renaissance polyphony to contemporary classics: Byrd and Berlin, Victoria and Vaughan Williams, Gesualdo and Gershwin and much more.
  • Mosaic, Thurrock, Essex A fun choir with about 50 members who sing a variety of songs from the shows and lighter music. Part of Thurrock Music Services.

  • Mosaic Chamber Choir, Woking, Surrey Mosaic is a lively group of singers based in Woking, although we travel from all over Surrey, Hampshire and London for rehearsals. Our blend of musical expertise, ranging from music graduates, ex-Cathedral choristers, operatic soloists, to members of dance bands and highly experienced choral singers, enables us to perform music from a wide range of genres….

  • Mosiac Choir, London Music, both Orthodox liturgical music from different traditions and folk music from many lands, is always an important part of OFSJB Youth events, which is how the choir came about. Now known as “Mosaic, we meet regularly for rehearsal, concerts and the occasional workshop and even tours. We perform across the UK and abroad, to raise awareness of the Orthodox Fellowship of St John the Baptist, and also as a fundraising opportunity.

  • Mount Kelly Choral Society, Tavistock, Devon  Founded in 1976 by the Reverend Anthony Curry, who was Head of Music at Kelly College. His ambition was to establish in Tavistock an adult mixed voice choir that could perform major choral works for pleasure. The SATB choir is now approximately 65 strong and is accompanied by orchestra, organ or piano as the pieces demand.
  • Mountain Ash & District Choral Society, Mountain Ash, Rhondda Cynon Taf (was Mid Glamorgan) Founded in 1964 and based in Mountain Ash, we attract our 70 or so SATB members from throughout the South Wales valleys area. Our principal concert, at which we aim to stage a major work or works from the choral repertoire, is held annually at St Margaret's, Mountain Ash. Our repertoire ranges from oratorios and masses to lighter choral and Welsh traditional works. We rehearse every Wednesday and are always on the look-out for new members - particularly tenor and bass!

  • Mountain Ash RFC Singers, South Wales Mountain Ash RFC Singers are an experienced and versatile choir,  based in South Wales.  We have a wealth of performing experience, having performed in venues throughout South Wales and the UK.  Over the years the Choir has performed for various charities and has helped raised thousands of pounds for a number of worthy causes including Macmillan Nursing and Marie Curie Cancer Care. In addition to their charitable work the Choir has entertained at a number of prestigious venues, including the former National Stadium in Cardiff, Cardiff Castle, The National Ice Rink, Celtic Manor Hotel and The Birmingham International Conference Centre. The Choir has a remarkable record of successes throughout the U.K. and has appeared on Television on various occasions. We have also shared the stage with many famous artists including Michael Ball, who is an honorary member of the Choir.

  • Mountain Harmony Ladies Barbershop Chorus, Mold, Flintshire, North Wales The chorus will be 20 years old in September 2009. It currently has over 50 singing members and is still growing steadily During the past two years the chorus has represented Wales in the International Eisteddfod in Llangollen and in Ireland and has won first prize in a number of competitions. It is a member of LABBS.

  • Mounts Bay Singers, Penzance, CornwallThis is a mixed-voice choir of about 50, formed in 2001 by Sheila Farmer. It has with a varied repertoire and gives 6 – 10 concerts a year, locally and on tours.

  • Mousehole Male Voice Choir, Cornwall Mousehole Male Voice Choir is the second oldest Male Choir in Cornwall. It was formed in the autumn of 1909 by a small group of men and boys. They obtained the use of an old net loft in Mousehole, for a practice room with the purpose of learning carols to sing during the Christmas season. During its long and impressive history the Choir has grown from strength to strength and is well known internationally. In 1927 the Choir comprised thirty members, and in addition to giving concerts throughout the county it participated with success at music festivals. 
  • Movin'Tune, Cornwall Show Choir. Membership is open to anyone over 18 who can provide commitment to the group. There is movement involved and any perspective members will be asked to audition

  • Much Wenlock Male Voice Choir, Shrewsbury, Shropshire The choir is a member of the NAC and is listed as a registered charity. The choir was formed in 1968 and currently has about 35 members, being based in the town of Much Wenlock near . (birthplace of the modern Olympic Games).

  • Musarc The choir of the Department of Architecture and Spatial Design, London Metropolitan University

  • Muscliff Community Choir, Bournemouth BH8 0AB Do you love to sing? So do we. Would you like to sing with us? We would love to have you. All are welcome at the Muscliff Community Choir from absolute beginners to experienced singers of any age. Choir practice Muscliff Primary School, Mondays

  • Music for Everyone (formerly Nottingham Choral Trust) They run an adult symphony chorus (200+) and a youth choir (300+), both via weekend courses & concerts, a chamber choir (the East of England Singers), and a youth chamber choir (plus non-choral activities).

  • Music Makers of London We are a small, mainly a capella chamber choir based in Barnes in South West London. We sing a wide variety of repertoire in four and eight part harmony (and occasionally more!) ranging from renaissance polyphony to the music of living composers.We perform four concerts per year in London and the south of England and have strong links with the West Country, performing regularly in and around Devon.

  • Music Makers of Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire For Music, singing, choir, chorus, musicals, singing groups in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire come to Music Makers. Music makers of Milton Keynes produce wonderful  Music, and singing, the choir undertakes chorus and solos work, musicals, singing. Music Makers of Milton Keynes was formed in 1985 to continue the tradition of producing operettas which, at the time, were becoming less popular with other performing groups in the area.

  • Musica Aequa, Hampton Court Road, Surrey: e-mail only: contact: Brian Jones A small, intimate and serious a capella SATB ensemble, focusing on Renaissance polyphony, especially the larger works (first projected work: the magnificent de Lassus Lamentations of the Prophet Jeremiah for 5 voices), for study, pleasure and performance. Sight-reading and audition not required. Key is just the ability to independently learn and then sustain a sometimes demanding a capella part. No fee for membership.

  • Musica Deo Sacra, Tewkesbury A group of semi-professional singers from many different cathedral, collegiate and recital choirs throughout England. They come together every summer (end of July/first week of August) at Tewkesbury Abbey to sing extended and highly complex settings of both the Mass and Gradualia, in their proper environment as part of the Liturgy of the Church. This years festival is the 30 July 2007 to 05 August 2007 - come along for an experience that is truly magic! Musical Director - David Ireson

  • Musica Vera, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire A mixed-voice chamber choir founded in 1964 which performs a wide range of music sung either a cappella or with organ or small orchestra.  There is no formal audition but previous choral experience and reasonably fluent music reading ability is needed. New members are welcome in all voice sections.

  • Musical Dimension, Marechy, Ripley, Derbyshire Since forming in 1992 we have performed in and around the country, helping to raise money for various organisations, from schools, hospitals and local charities. The choir has a wide range of talents, due to the varied age range of the group and this is reflected in the refreshing and assorted Musical Evening they offer.

  • Musical Mummies, Norwood Green, Halifax A choir for mums where your baby is welcome too!

  • Muswell Hill Pop Choir, London

  • Musyck Anon, Worcestershire 15 voice singing group founded in 1981 by Peter Averis, of Bishampton, Worcestershire. . They started life as a madrigal group and still sing many songs from the 16th and 17th Century - but also a wider repertoire, including part-songs and glees from the 18th and 19th centuries, together with some 20th century pieces.
  • Muzaria Vocal Ensemble Muzaria is a brand-new vocal group from the South of England who are starting out on an exciting adventure. With positivity at it’s core and musical excellence it’s motivation, the future looks bright for this talented and driven ensemble. Members of the group have performed all over the world with multiple artists and in numerous venues. Founded in 2017 by vocalist and composer Darren Bartlett whose vision is to reach new musical heights with this strong vocal line-up

  • Mynyddislwyn Male Choir, Monmouthshire, S.E. Wales Formed in 1966, by a gentleman named Idris Parfitt due to the demise of a small local choir – The Wyllie Glee Party; Mynyddislwyn Male Choir takes its name from a local ancient parish/borough, with the design of its badge based upon a drawing of the Church at Mynyddislwyn. In 1992 the choir purchased the second oldest Independent Church in Wales, Penmain Chapel, for use as their headquarters/practice rooms. With a lot of hard work and fund raising the building can now be used for practice, social gatherings and concerts. The building is also available for use by associations within the community.