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  • N10 Choir The N10 Choir is an adult SSAA choir based in Muswell Hill (N10) in London. It currently consists of about twenty members of mixed ages, background, nationalities and levels of prior musical experience. 
    The choir rehearses weekly during term-time on Mondays from 7.30 to 9.30pm at St Peter-le-Poer Church. Rehearsals begin with work on improving sight-singing and musicianship skills using the Kodály method, and some basic vocal technique. The remainder of the rehearsal is spent working on repertoire.
    The choir perform concerts open to the public at St Peter-le-Poer church as well as regular concerts in local homes for the elderly and disabled. In May 2016, the choir gave its first concerts abroad as part of the Ideias do Levante Choral Week in the Algarve, Portugal. Repertoire is varied and has so far included music by Britten, Rutter, Vivaldi and Jenkins, traditional Irish, African and Hebrew music, Christmas carols and Light Music. 

  • N12 Community Choir, London We’re a new community choir based in Woodside Park, London. We welcome new members who enjoy singing. There are no auditions and we do pretty good biscuits. We love developing singers as soloists and conductors. We sing pop, gospel, jazz, soul, world music and choral.
  • Naked Voices, Bristol Seventeen fabulous voices sing extraordinary acappella! Pop and passion, funk and folk. Three years sell-out at Edinburgh Fringe Festival (Pick of the Fringe and Lenny Award). Featured on BBC2 The Edinburgh Show, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio Scotland. Director Dee Jarlett also co-directs Bristols massive Gasworks Community Choir.
  • Nankersey Male Choir, Flushing, Cornwall  Nankersey is the old cornish name for Flushing. It is on the opposite side of the harbour to Falmouth. The choir was formed in 1950 and the choir motto is "to sing for and give pleasure" The choir has 53 members.
  • Nantwich Choral Society, Cheshire Nantwich Choral Society was founded in 1972 and started life as a Local Authority evening class. It quickly flourished and became an organisation in its own right shortly thereafter. It has gone from strength to strength ever since and is now one of the largest and most successful amateur choirs in the area with a membership drawn from all over South Cheshire and North Shropshire. Our repertoire is wide and varied from Baroque masterpieces to world premieres of contemporary composers with the great classics of Mozart, Rossini Haydn and the like in between. Performances may be a capella(unaccompanied)or with accompaniment ranging from piano or organ to brass consort or full orchestra.

  • Nantwich Young Voices, Nantwich, Cheshire. A vibrant and dynamic youth choir for children aged between 7 and 13, run by Victoria Palethorpe BMus ALCE PGCE.  Tthe choir sings a wide variety of music from traditional choral music to modern pieces.  The choir has a number of regular performances in its Calender but also competes in music festivals and performs on request for other events, festivals, fund-raising events etc.

  • National Westminster City Chorus, London The National Westminster City Chorus was formed in 1920  by the staff of the National Provincial Bank and has given concerts in major London concert halls every year since then, covering a wide range of music from Byrd, Gabrieli and Monteverdi, through the classical repertoire to contemporary works by John Tavener, Gershwin and Cole Porter. Based in the City and supported by the National Westminster Bank, the Choir is always keen to involve those working there and new voices are always welcome.

  • National Youth Choirs of Great Britain Founded in 1983, the main choir (there are several) meets twice a year for intensive 10-day courses leading to performances in Britain's major concert venues

  • National Youth Choirs of Scotland Founded in 1996, the main choir (of 100 members aged 16-24 and born, resident or studying in Scotland) meets annually in July for a 10-day residential course followed by a concert tour. There are also two choirs for children aged 7 and 8, in Edinburgh and West Lothian; and a training choir.

  • Natural Voices Choir, Ashtead & Woking, Surrey We are a Funky Ladies Choir who meet on Monday in Ashtead and Wednesday in Woking!

  • Natural Voices Mixed Choirs, London We have a mixed choir for men and women running in Walthamstow, Leyton and Romford. The mixed choir sessions take place in a fun and relaxed atmosphere with a real mix of ages from 20 something to 80 something! We try to keep the mixed choir sessions easier and more casual, and do lots of fun warm ups and cover a really varied programme of easy to learn songs with a real mix of styles.

  • Natural Voices Youth Choirs, London  Running in Walthamstow since 2012, Natural Voices has two youth choirs: our Junior Youth Choir for 5 to 9 year olds, and our Senior Youth Choir (aka the Natural Voices Youth Collective) for 10 to 20 year olds. We believe every child should have the opportunity to sing. Everyone is welcome, there are no auditions and our emphasis is on creating a nurturing environment where our younger members can develop musically, have lots of fun and make new friends.

  • Navenby Community Choir, Navenby, Lincolnshire Meets in Navenby, Lincolnshire Tuesdays 2 – 4pm. Occasionally perform.

  • NChant, Warwickshire Since 2002, this young women's choir with ages ranging from 14 - 40 has explored a contemporary approach to medieval music inspired by the work of contemporary & medieval ensembles such as 'Medieval Babes', Sarband, and Sequentia. But it is not just about the music. We seek to become an informal & supportive community, exploring our own spiritual journeys through contemporary & ancient songs & rituals, and encouraging an open, questioning and questing approach to spirituality

  • NE Singers (formerly Neston Ecumenical), Wirral A warm and friendly interdenominational Wirral-based choir who sing three concerts a year and a number of choral evensongs.

  • Neath Male Choir, South Wales (Melincryddan Male Choir) Founded in 1978, and reformed as Neath Male Choir in 2000.

  • Neath Polyphonic Choir, Neath South Wales Neath Polyphonic Choir is a mixed voice choir which was formed in January 2010, with Mark Ritzmann as Choir Director. We sing a variety of popular, classical and sacred music. Our aim is not to take ourselves too seriously, but to enjoy singing some of the most wonderful music, to the best of our ability, in a friendly environment, and to share that music with others. We rehearse at Neath Welsh School on Wednesday evenings, during term time, from 7pm to 9pm.

  • Neath Port Talbot Cancer Challenge Singers, Neath, South Wales This mixed choir was formed in 1999 to act as a spearhead for the Neath Port Talbot Cancer Challenge Charity which itself was formed in 1997 by Joan Lewis MBE. Joan, a music teacher in Neath, South Wales, was successfully treated for cancer and formed the charity as a way of saying thank you to hospital staff. The charity has raised nearly £500,000 for local hospitals of which the choir has contributed about £40,000. When touring out of its home area the choir has also raised a significant amount of money for other charities in the UK and abroad.

  • Nelson Arion Male Voice Choir, Nelson, Lancashire Founded as a Glee choir in 1887, the current 90-strong membership is proud to continue a fine tradition of music making, unbroken despite the intervention of two World Wars.

  • Nelson Civic Ladies Choir, Lancashire The Nelson Civic Ladies Choir was formed in 1959 as an extension of the junior group and has since gained recognition as one of the North of England’s outstanding choral groups. Over the years the ladies have enjoyed great success in competitive festivals, highly acclaimed on two visits to the International Festival of Montreux and first prize winners at many British festivals including the Llangollen international Eisteddfod, Mrs Sunderland in Huddersfield and the Elgar festival in Worcester It also won 1st prize in the BBC TV ‘Grand Sing’, were finalists in Sainsbury’s ‘Choir of the Year’ and featured in the hit BBC TV Series 'Last Choir Standing', successfully getting into the final 28 choirs from hundreds that applied. Away from the competitive platform the ladies enjoy relaxed concerts, often with other choirs and groups not just locally, but also further afield both in the UK and abroad.  The choir has a current membership of over sixty ladies and they hold open rehearsals every Wednesday evening at St John’s church, Albert Road/Exchange Street, Colne from 7.30 pm to 9.30 pm  (except school holidays)  Visitors and prospective new members will always be warmly welcomed.

  • Nelson Consort, London We provide music covering an extensive repertoire from traditional choral music (sacred and secular) to close harmony. We are highly experienced in providing music for church services, functions and concerts.

  • New Cambridge Singers Founded in 1986 specifically as a good chamber choir about 32-strong, to be drawn from experienced singers. They especially encourage young musicians, encourage new music, commission new works and revive neglected ones

  • New Canongait Singers, Edinburgh

  • New Century Singers, Bovey Tracey, Devon A small friendly mixed choir based in the Devon town of Bovey Tracey. Formed in 1999 to sing both sacred and secular music to concert standard in churches and other venues for our enjoyment and also to help raise money for charity. Repertoire also includes G&S, major Musicals and Andrew Lloyd Webber, plus a full social calendar. The best part is 'No Audition necessary!!! If you enjoy singing for fun this is the choir for you.

  • New Dimension Choir, Havering, London The New Dimension Choir is a friendly group of people based in Hornchurch in the London Borough of Havering. The choir will be starting life in January 2011. New members will always be welcomed: there are no formal auditions – selection is by mutual agreement after a few rehearsals. After a successful first few meetings, we have over 50 people coming along and singing, we shall continue meeting on Tuesday nights at 8 pm. There is a maximum of 60 places before we have to open a waiting list.

  • New Egham Singers, Egham, Surrey Despite only being formed at the beginning of 2009, New Egham Singers (a member of Egham and District Choral Society) has already firmly established itself on the local musical scene. The choir, which numbers around 100 members, offers the chance to sing popular tuneful music to singers of all abilities and ages.

  • New Essex Choral Society, Redbridge, London A friendly group of about 35 mixed voices with a common interest in singing.  The choir gives three concerts a year including major religious and secular works as well as shorter pieces in various styles.

  • New Forest Chamber Choir, Hampshire. Offers adults and children the opportunity to combine and bring a unique tone and quality to choral singing. The Choir takes full advantage of four part harmony and offers a wide and varied repertoire suitable for all ages and voices. Under the direction of Musical Director Alison Russell-Hayward the choir enjoys a high profile and an enviable reputation. New members are always welcomed and encouraged to participate fully in the life of the choir which includes a growing number of performance engagements, competition opportunities and social events. The Choir rehearses at The Regent Centre in Christchurch every Wednesday during term-time.

  • New Forest Children's Choir, Hampshire This multi-award winning choir was formed in 2008 by Alison Russell-Hayward and is based in Christchurch with weekly rehearsals at The Regent Centre during term-time. The Children's Choir is open to all children. The children bring their energy and love of singing alive performing classical choral pieces, traditional folk songs, music from the musicals, gospel and some african songs to the highest standards, enabling the choir to perform at National and International levels, winning a number of prestigious national awards. Alison develops singing technique with every child and opportunities for individual lessons are given. In rehearsals the children work extremely hard but also have fun in an atmosphere of trust and support.

  • New Forest Community Choir, Hampshire NFCC exists to sing together for enjoyment! Everyone is welcome - no prior musical knowledge needed. Over the years we have enjoyed many benefits – the pleasure of making music, new friendships, exploring different areas of music, developing our own voices with the attendant health benefits (both mental and physical!) – but all by-products of singing together for fun! So come along and join us!

  • New Harmony Ladies Choir of Bristol, Avon Founded in 1994, the New Harmony Ladies Choir is a friendly choir of around 50 members.  Our concerts are in aid of local and national charities as part of their fundraising activities.  The choir sings both a capella and accompanied works of different musical styles to a high standard.  We have a wide repertoire, ranging from classical works to modern upbeat medleys.  The choir has sung at various venues in the UK and abroad, including at the Colston Hall with Aled Jones.

  • New Harmony Singers, Pontypool, Torfaen, South Wales A 4-part mixed choir, formed in Torfaen in 1979, with 42 members specialising in close harmony singing of easy listening music.  Founder members Musical Director, Pam Guy, and Accompanist, Heather Langdon, have enthusiastically guided the choir into what is now their 25th Anniversary year. The choir are happy to perform in a concert hall, church or cabaret circuit and have raised over £100,000 for charity in their 25 years of music making.

  • New Hope Choir (formerly Proclaim) Tadley, Hampshire We are a new Christian choir. Our purpose is to spread the gospel of Jesus by way of song, word and witness to the area around us. We visit prisons, drug-rehabilitation centres, hospitals, old peoples homes and churches singing and talking about our faith. We have an active membership (which numbers 32) are from 7 Christian churches in Tadley and Basingstoke.

  • New Horizon Singers, Somerset A ladies choir singing both sacred and secular choral music with the primary aim of raising funds for local Somerset charities.  Having good, local support over recent years in a range of fundraising concerts.
  • New London Chamber Choir, London One of Europe's leading non-professional contemporary music choir. Whilst we are at home in a huge range of musical styles, we specialise in 20th and 21st century repertoire, and over 25 years have given many world and British premieres. Musical Director: Matthew Hamilton. Entry by audition.

  • New London Children's Training Choir The Training Choir is for younger children who enjoy singing. There is no audition and children are introduced to the basic techniques of singing and are trained to sing in parts. The Training Choir performs a concert each term but also have the opportunities to get involved in larger events with the Senior Choir such as at the Royal Albert Hall for the Blue Peter Proms in 2005 and 2007, Hansel and Gretel at Opera Holland Park and in Carmina Burana at the Royal Festival Hall in 2016.

  • New London Children's Senior Choir The Senior Choir is an Upper Voice Choir for boys and girls from 10 to 18 years old and is the main performing choir. The children from the Choir have been involved in many concerts at major venues in the UK and abroad performing with some of the top orchestras in those countries. Much of the choirs work has been recorded. 

  • New London Children's Youth Choir Rehearses on Sunday afternoons after Senior Choir rehearsal. A smaller SATB chamber choir, the Youth choir is an addition to the Senior Choir for older girls, or the close-harmony Barbers for boys whose voices have changed. It gives an opportunity to sing a more traditional repertoire of choral music. The atmosphere is relaxed - the pace is challenging - the aim is for excellence.

  • New London Singers Founded in 1963, the choir comprises about 40 talented amateur singers. It has built its reputation as one of London's leading amateur choirs on a wide-ranging repertoire of both a cappella and accompanied music. With programmes encompassing the Monteverdi Vespers to world premieres of specially commissioned pieces the choir performs around eight concerts a year, with regular appearances in St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square.

  • New Mill Male Voice Choir, Holmfirth, Yorkshire Formed in 1991, the New Mill Male Voice Choir has over 60 members and meets for rehearsals followed by supper and a get together every Tuesday evening in New Mill near Holmfirth. Our repertoire includes traditional male voice choir items, as well as songs from musicals and other popular numbers.  The choir has toured throughout the UK and Europe and in 2015, will once again be taking part in the Cornwall International Male Voice Choir Festival. Visit our web site for much more information about the choir and how to become a member.

  • New Music Makers, Hedge End, Hampshire We are a very friendly mixed voice choir, who love to sing! We sing a variety of styles of music: musicals, easy listening, spiritual, classic choral and much more.

  • New Renaissance Voices, London was formed in 1987 to perform polyphonic music of the 15th and 16th centuries. It now sings regularly in the newly refurbished church of St John’s, Waterloo. NRV has performed as part of the Southwark Festival and given two concerts in Southwark Cathedral. Music hire available.
  • New Roots, SoundWorks, Beauley Road, Southville, Bristol BS3 1NW NewRoots is a world music choir for children aged 8-11 - Tuesdays 5-6pm

  • New Sussex Singers Lewes, East Sussex 14-strong The New Sussex Singers with an eclectic repertoire - Madrigals to Jazz, Opera to Oratorio.
  • New Tottenham Singers, Tottenham, North London

  • New Voices, Ipswich, Suffolk New Voices has recently reformed as an independent choral group. Now with more than 20 singers and under the direction of conductor Pamela Vinten, New Voices has a new ethos: to learn and perform a wide variety of songs, increase understanding of music and enjoy choral singing. We rehearse weekly on Wednesday evenings from 7.30-9.30 at the Seventh Day Adventist Church, Rope Walk, Ipswich, Suffolk IP4 1ND. Come along to a rehearsal to find out more - no audition is necessary to join!

  • Newbury Chamber Choir, Berkshire A small and committed group of singers who enjoy performing a wide range of classical music. The choir gives four or five concerts a year, always with appropriate instrumental accompaniment and has become known for reviving works outside the mainstream choral repertory and presenting them in new and accessible ways, as well as for the quality of its performances of more familiar pieces.

  • Newbury Choral Society, Newbury, Berkshire We are a large, non-auditioned choir that has performed a wide and varied repertoire from Mozart to Tavener for over 120 years. We aspire to a high musical standard and aim to thrill our concert audiences. Joined by professional musicians such as the renowned chamber orchestra London Concertante and the region's leading orchestra Southern Sinfonia, we perform three concerts a year in the Newbury area.

  • Newbury Parish Church (St Nicholas) Choir, Berkshire
  • Newcastle Bach Choir 90 strong SATB we sing Bach, usually with period band of Newcastle Baroque, British music, and for the third concert of the year, anything from baroque to new commissions.
  • Newcastle Choral Society Newcastle Choral Society, now moving towards its 60th year of choral tradition, is into its sixth year with Musical Director Mark Anyan who continues to bring new musical strands to the choir in his association with young singers. The choir averages 120 singers and aims to produce choral concerts of a high standard, in a wide range of styles, at venues in and around Newcastle. Since its formation in 1954, as well as the standard classical repertoire, the choir has performed modern works by Rutter, Carter,Ramirez, Jongen, Nyman Campling, Chilcott, Jenkins (including local premieres of ‘The Armed Man A Mass for Peace’, ‘Stabat Mater’ and 'The Peacemakers'), and a number of compositions by former Musical Director Len Young including, Seafarers, Blackfriars, Earthsong and Requiem.

  • Newcastle Male Chorus, Tyne & Wear With over 60 members, they were prize winners in 4 successive years in the Huddersfield Male Voice Championship, and have won first prize at Stockton, Morecambe, Harrogate, Eskdale and Derwentside Festivals
  • Newcastle Male Voice Choir, Newcastle under Lyme, Staffordshire We aim to: positively support and raise the profile of  Newcastle and North Staffordshire through our singing, recording, advertising and through electronic mediums. We believe that the forging of local, regional, national and international links  benefits us, our community and the organisations and persons with whom we work.
  • Newcastle Tuneless Choir, Tyne & Wear We hold the choir at St. Thomas the Martyr, Haymarket, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 7PF.  (Though like all Tuneless Choirs it isn’t religious – we sing popular songs.) Sessions are held fortnightly every other Saturday from 2pm until 3.30pm

  • newChoir, Oxford. Founded in 2012 newChoir is a medium-sized ensemble of around 40 singers performing a wide repertoire of music from early music to established classics and modern works.

  • Newchurch Ladies Choir, Isle of Wight, Hampshire e-mail only: contact ferdi.577@btinternet.com Formed in 1962 and now with 20 members. The choir entertains all over the island at concerts for charities and at local churches.
  • Newchurch Male Voice Choir, Isle of Wight, Hampshire The choir entertains all over the island at concerts for charities and at local churches.
  • Newent and District Choral Society, Newent, Gloucestershire We are a friendly choral society of about 60 members. We rehearse on Tuesday nights in Newent (please follow link to website for further details) Afterwards a hard core of us are to be found in a local hostelry. New members are welcome - first term is free! In addition to our Spring and Autumn concerts, a subgroup, the Newent & Scottish Choir, sings anything from medieval to jazz at a whole range of interesting venues, often to raise money for charities.

  • Newmarket Community Choir, Suffolk We are a group of people who live in and around the Newmarket area who love to sing. We meet every Tuesday to sing together and, throughout the course of the year, unleash our talents on the wider world through concerts and local performances. All are warmly welcome! There is no audition and you don't have to be able to read music, just have a passion for singing! We meet at Palace House, every Tuesday, 7.00-8.30pm.

  • Newmarket VivaVoices afternoon group A friendly choir for people with little or no singing experience.  There's no audition and no need to be able to read music.  We sing a mix of pop, rock, musicals, easy listening and songs from around the world, raising money for charities in our end of term concerts.  Meets Thursdays 7.15pm-8.45pm.

  • Newport & District Male Voice Choir, Newport, Shropshire A traditional male voice choir with a professional conductor and accompanist who sing to high standards. Repertoire is a mixture of standard MVC repertoire and newer music, including pieces specially composed for the choir. An active concert programme ( at least one performance most months), including a tour to Slovenia planned for 2006. New members always welcome. Music reading not essential (although it helps) - a pleasing voice, enthusiasm and willingness to commit to this happy and active choir much more important.

  • Newport Cathedral Choir, Wales A traditional boys' and men's cathedral choir numbering at present 18 choristers, eight teenage choral scholars (almost all former choristers) and six senior gentlemen. In addition, there is a training choir with a further twelve younger boys.

  • Newport Pagnell Singers, Buckinghamshire A small choir with a repertoire from light songs to oratorio. Their 2001/2 season includes a Requiem written by their musical director, Gerald Hill
  • Newport Philharmonic Choir, Gwent Formed from a 1988 Welsh National Eisteddfod choir, now 80+ SATB. Performs 3 concerts a year, with at least one major work
  • Newquay Male Voice Choir, Cornwall This award-winning, community-focussed, 40-strong male choir has developed a reputation for singing a wide repertoire of songs well.  Delighted to sing in new venues for charities, other community groups, celebrations, weddings etc., the choir has also developed a smaller, less-formal male chorus “Oll An Gwella” (Cornish for “all the best”).

  • Newstead Abbey Singers, Nottinghamshire: e-mail only: Eleanor Thornley - Chairman. A 16 voice chamber choirs performing a wide variety of musical styles from sacred music through unaccompanied madrigals to modern part soings. Whilst our main performances are our mid-summer concert and our carol concert at Wollaton Hall, we also sing at many other local events throughout the year.  
  • Next Stage Choir, Bucks & Herts Next Stage Choir is a fun, non-classical, 'tutored' community Choir where vocal development and skill are as important as the development of the Choir itself.  Based in St. Albans and Marlow, the choir is led by professional Producer and Musical Director, Russell Scott.  It performs regularly and has a loyal and enthusiastic membership of singers of all ages.  New members No audition required.

  • Neyland Ladies Choir, Pembrokeshire The Neyland Ladies Choir was formed in 1977 and currently has 55 choristers from the Neyland, Milford Haven, Pembroke and Haverfordwest areas. The choir has become well known throughout Pembrokeshire by the varied style of concerts performed and have established close links with other Ladies and Male Voice Choirs in Wales and England.

  • Nidderdale Community Choir, Harrogate, Yorkshire We are a mixed ability choir with 20+ regular attendees meeting every Thursday evening in term time from 7-9pm in Pateley Bridge, North Yorkshire. Our repertoire includes an eclectic mix of popular music, folk, gospel and show tunes, usually in three parts.

  • Nidus Children's Choir, Cwbran, South Wales The Nidus Children's Choir is a community choir based in Cwmbran, South Wales. The Choir has won a silver medal at the World Choir Games 2014.

  • Nightingale Singers, Fulham, London email only: nightingale_singers@yahoo.co.uk A small chamber choir based in Fulham, started in early 2011.  We hold weekly rehearsals on Thursday evenings 7.00 to 9.30 and have performed in a few intimate concerts in the first year.  Our repertoire comprises folk songs, madrigals and cantatas – a perfect complement for an established large choral society member looking for something different which will develop their singing confidence.  We’re looking for more singers of all voices to give us give us a broader range.  

  • Noctis Chamber Choir, Bath A semi-professional chamber choir founded and directed by Francis Faux. The group consists of musicians from around the South West and we perform at a wide range of venues all over the country. Our repertoire includes traditional choral music as well as contemporary arrangements of popular songs, film scores and jazz standards.

  • Nonsuch Singers, London One of London's leading chamber choirs, formed in 1977 by singers from the BBC Symphony Chorus, and now with 25-30 singers performing a wide range of a cappella & accompanied music
  • Norfolk Gallery Quire, Castle Acre, Norfolk Exists to revive the lively music that was used in Norfolk village churches in the 18th and early 19th centuries. We rehearse on the second and fourth Monday of each month at 8.00pm in the function room of the Ostrich Inn, Castle Acre.

  • Norland Nannies Choir, Bath The Norland College Choir is based in Bath and its famous Norland Nannies leave the college to work around the world.

  • North Bristol Wellbeing Choir, Bristol Singing together is a fantastic way to energise and refresh yourself, lift your spirits and reduce your stress levels.  We sing for the health of it!  Usually 30-strong, we sing a range of music, from folk to pop, gospel to jazz and we learn our songs by ear.  No experience is needed, and you don't need to be able to read music. And we're free!

  • North Camden Chorus, London An amateur choir meeting for weekly rehearsals during two "terms" each year, each leading up to a concert. We're based in North London. We meet at Parliament Hill School on Highgate Road, London NW5 1RL, between Kentish Town and Highgate (Tufnell Park is the nearest tube). Membership of the choir is open to anyone with or without choral experience. You don't have to be able to read music, and there are no auditions. Students are particularly welcome. We sing a rather eclectic mix of "classical" music.

  • North Coast Harmony, Boscastle, Cornwall We are a NEW, all female contemporary vocal group, meeting at 7pm in Boscastle Village Hall on Monday evenings, from May 8th 2017. The evening is usually structured to allow plenty of time for vocal warm ups, learning songs and a tea break, and it’s as much about enjoying yourselves as it is about the music. We specialise in vocal harmonies, but no experience is necessary, and anyone can do it. All you need is to be a lady over 16, who loves to sing.

  • North Cornwall Community Choir We’re a proper community choir, everyone is welcome, no experience is necessary and there’s definitely no audition. Democratic song programme choice. We’re  a friendly, welcoming bunch who just love singing. We meet every Sunday evening in the Methodist hall at Poundstock.

  • North Cotswold Chamber Choir, Gloucestershire/Oxfordshire They aim to sing small-scale music, mainly unaccompanied, to the highest possible standard. None is a professional music performer, but many were formally trained as singers and musicians.
  • North Devon Choral Society Over 100 singers, 3 choral concert6s each season, performing a wide range of classical works, mostly with professional soloists and organists, sometimes with orchestra, throughout North Devon.
  • North Devon Folk Group The North Devon Folk choir is a community folk choir based in South Molton. It is an open access choir welcoming all voices and levels of experience. Currently the choir is about 20 voices, ranging from bass to mezzo-soprano. The Choir sings folk songs from Devon, the wider south west and from other countries – usually sung in the native language. As well as performing locally in North Devon they participate in wider Wren events such as the Sidmouth Folk Festival and major celebrations at Exeter Cathedral.

  • North Downs Consort, NE Surrey The North Downs Consort is a chamber choir drawing its membership from a wide area of Surrey, Kent and South London. Setting a high standard of performance it seeks to explore the more unusual choral repertoire as well as well known classics. The choir's 'home' venue is St Paul's Church Woldingham The choir rehearses on Monday evening (8 - 10 p.m.) during term time at in the new church room at St Paul's Church, Woldingham.

  • North East Hampshire Young Singers (NEHYS). NEHYS (pronounced “Knee Highs”) is a choir for children in years 4-8 in the Fleet, Yateley, Farnborough and Aldershot area of Hampshire. It was formed in February 2006 and is supported by the Hampshire Music Service. Rehearsals are currently held in Fleet. Children are not asked to audition but must show enthusiasm and commitment to the choir. In its first year NEHYS shared a concert with Fleet Choral Society, hosted its own concert with special guests, won the highest mark in the Junior Choirs section of the Aldershot Festival and performed with other HMS area ensembles at the Princes Hall in Aldershot. In 2007 NEHYS shared a Christmas Concert with Yateley Choral Society and sang on the P & O cruise ship the Artemis before it set sail for a world cruise. 

  • North East Voices, Aberdeen e-mail only: contact: moggie50@aol.com

  • North Herts Guild of Singers A large choir of more than 100 voices, SATB, rehearsing weekly at Hitchin in Hertfordshire and performing four concerts a year.

  • North Hykeham and District Choral Society, Lincolnshire

  • North Kingston Choir, Surrey A new informal adult community choir singing uplifting modern music from the Beatles and Queen to Jessie J and Pharrell Williams. There are no auditions. We meet on Mondays during term-time from 8-930pm at Fern Hill School, Richmond Road, Kingston. Our membership fee is £32 a term. Our rehearsals are very relaxed and always end in the pub!. Check out our website for joining information.

  • North Leeds Community Singers, W. Yorkshire
  • North London Chorus Founded over thirty years ago, the North London Chorus has established a reputation as a versatile amateur choir, performing a broad range of choral works drawn from the 16th to the 21st centuries.  We have a membership of about 90 singers; give three concerts a year, mostly at St. James Church, Muswell Hill, and rehearsals take place at Martin School, East Finchley, on Thursday evenings. Our Musical Director, Murray Hipkin, works with us by kind permission of English National Opera. His experience of both choral music and opera, as well as his enthusiasm and skills as teacher and conductor enables the choir to flourish and to develop exciting and ambitious programmes. As well as preparing for concerts, we organise a range of related activities, including an annual residential weekend, one day workshops and visits to concerts and the opera.

  • North London Community Choir. London We meet every Thurs 12.30-2.15pm Union Church, Weston Park, Crouch End, London N8 9TA . We are a small local community choir open to all abilities. There are no auditions - everybody is welcome! We sing a  wide range of music styles - from Rock, Gospel and Motown - to Folk, Music Hall, Jazz and Classical.

  • North Nibley Community Choir, Gloucestershire, GL11 6DR. A mixed voice SATB choir in the village of North Nibley. All abilities welcome. Meet on Tuesday evenings in The Chapel, Barrs Lane 7.15-8.45pm.
  • North Prospect Community Choir, Plymouth We are a new community choir which launched in November 2016. We rehearse at Mayflower Community Academy. Rehearsals are friendly and informal, and there are no auditions. Whether you've performed onstage or just like to sing in the shower, come and join us! Bring your friends, make some new ones, and let's have a good old sing-song
  • North Yorkshire Chorus Mixed voice choir of around 80, performing a varied repertoire around the county. Rehearsals are in Northallerton on alternate Saturday afternoons.

  • Northampton Bach Choir, Northants Formed in 1936 the choir has grown in stature, size and reputation to become one of the foremost choruses in the region

  • Northampton Chamber Choir, Northants A mixed choir of about 35 voices performing secular music in and around Northampton.

  • orthampton Ladies Orpheus Choir e-mail only: contact patsy.mcnally@btinternet.com We are a well established SSA choir who enjoy singing a wide variety of music including well-known traditional and classic pieces, selections from musicals and songs by popular modern composers. The choir supports local charities and churches by singing at their fund-raising events, participates in music festivals and sings for weddings and community organisations. We rehearse on Monday evenings between 7.30-9.15pm

  • Northampton Male Voice Choir Established in 1947 the choir has a current membership of 45 singers. The choir rehearses most Tuesday evenings and fulfils on average one major engagement per month (approx) plus smaller engagements near Christmas. It has gained a good reputation and has recently sung with both the London Welsh and Llanelli MVCs at prestigious concerts and toured in France and Spain.

  • Northampton Philharmonic Choir, Northamptonshire The NPC has been in existence in one form or another since 1896.  It currently has about 80 members, led by the Musical Director Christopher Mabley.  Rehearsals are held weekly in Northampton, and we perform in a number of venues in the county and beyond.  We perform at least one major concert each term, with extra events, including Choral Workshops, in our schedule from time to time. We aim to be a friendly and welcoming group. We enjoy singing a widely varied repertoire of choral music to a high standard, and are keen to augment all sections of the choir.

  • Northavon Singers, Bristol, Avon Northavon Singers are a mixed four-part choir who sing a mix of classical, spiritual and other works. They generally sing in local churches, but also have recently sung at the Page Park Centenary and a nursing home in Westbury-on-Trym. Very sociable and fun, the Singers are currently looking for new members - for more details please see our website. Sight-reading not required!

  • Northern Acchord, Middlesborough, N Yorkshire

  • Northern Cathedral Singers A training choir singing services to a high musical standard at cathedrals, abbeys, ministers and priories. Services take place on Saturdays and Bank Holidays. In January/February choir members meet on two Saturdays to rehearse music for the year ahead

  • Northern Ireland Baha'i Choir The choir was constructed as a four part , SATB A Cappella--(without accompanying instruments) choir in 1992 under the musical direction of Susie Agahi. The core of our music is the writings of Bahá'u'lláh (founder of the Baha'i Faith) often set to music by Bahá'ís. However, as the popularity of the choir has increased and venues have diversified, the range of pieces has increased to include secular and sacred music. In the right venue, Danny Boy, Blue Moon and Irish Eyes sit side by side with deeply moving sacred pieces by Ravi Shankar , Tom Price, Mozart and others

  • Northern Praeclassica,  Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Tyne and Wear The Northern Praeclassica is a small choir, nominally of twenty members.    It was formed in 1973 by Iain Ward-Campbell, primarily to perform music of the 16th Century. Since then our repertoire has been extended to embrace music from the 11th to the 20th centuries.   Our programmes include sacred, secular, accompanied, unaccompanied, large and small scale works.

  • Northern Proud Voices, Newcastle, Tyne & Wear The North East’s community choir for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans people and our lovely ‘gay friendly’ mates. We sing all types of music under professional direction. We meet every Thursday evening from 7pm-9pm. New members are always welcome.

  • Northern Spirit, Durham A mixed-voice choir of about 30 talented students and graduates based in Newcastle and Durham, performing a wide range of music styles.
  • Northern Voices, Aberdeen, Scotland e-mail only: contact: graeme@kgmo.co.uk We were formed over 20 years ago. We are a small group of around 16 members, comprised of experienced choristers who sing regularly in other choirs, but enjoy the camaraderie which has developed over the years in NV.  In recent years, our musical directors have been music students at Aberdeen University, and we have been pleased to give these youngsters the opportunity to “hone their skills” on us.

  • Northern Voices, Cheshire Northern Voices is a small group of amateur singers, led by a professional MD. We sing short unaccompanied works including madrigals, liturgical works and secular songs, mostly from the 16th & 20th centuries.
  • Northern Voices, Darlington, County Durham Established in 2011 Northern Voices is developing an excellent reputation for quality performances and wonderfully varied programmes. The choir aims to build on and continue the excellent choral traditions in the North East and North Yorkshire and performs across the region and is available for performances in your area.

  • Northwood Choral Society, London We are an amateur choir of about thirty singers from around Hillingdon - Northwood, Ruislip & Ickenham, Harefield, Pinner & Harrow - and warmly welcome new members. The choir was founded in 1973 as Trinity Music Society and became Northwood Choral Society in 2008. 
  • Norwich Harmony Norwich Harmony Ladies Barbershop Chorus are singers of all ages and from all walks of life who share a love of this style of harmony and a passion for singing and performing.
  • Norwich Philharmonic Chorus, Norfolk Norwich Philharmonic Chorus are an active and enthusiastic choir. Currently they have around 120 members. The Society's Choral Conductor is David Dunnett. Rehearsals usually take place every Tuesday evening (September - March) during school term time at 7.30-9.30pm in the Walter Roy Theatre, Hewett School, Cecil Road, Norwich. New members are always welcome.

  • Norwich School Choral Society, Norwich, Norfolk The Norwich School Choral Society, founded in 1983 by the present Director of Music, Colin Dowdeswell, has explored a wide repertoire ranging from Handel to Bernstein, and also works written by members of the school. The Society meets weekly during the Michaelmas and Lent terms and enjoys a membership of some 80 pupils. The choir sings for the School carol service in the Cathedral and is joined in the Lent term by the Adult Choral Society, forming a choir of nearly 200 singers for the annual Choral Concert.

  • Norwich Singers40-strong (and needing more men!), singing anything, anywhere in Norfolk. Interested in joint productions and choral millennium activity - any takers?
  • Norwich VivaVoicesA friendly choir for men and women, singing in 2-part harmony.  We sing a mix of pop, rock, musicals, easy listening and songs from around the world, raising money for charities in our end of term concerts.  Meets Wednesdays 7.15pm-9.15pm  

  • Nossa Voz Choir, LondonNossa Voz means Our Voice. We are a choir made up of Brazilian and non-Brazilians who come together to sing Brazilian songs. We are always looking for new members who are enthusiastic, committed and passionate about music. Speaking Portuguese is not a requirement (but you will learn some if you sing with us and you do not need previous musical experience. We are serious about our singing but we have a lot of fun rehearsing and performing together. 
  • Noteable Company is a mixed chamber choir of 26 voices which specialises in 'a cappella' singing of sacred and secular music. The Musical Director is Chris Mallinson and the choir has been very successful in choral competitions throughout the Midlands.
  • Notability, Manchester A choir of around 16 people based, we are distinctive in several ways. We don't have a conductor, though there is someone who brings us in and off. As a consequence we look at the audience while we're singing. We talk to the audience. We have a number of fine raconteurs who introduce sets of songs, always informatively, often humorously. We try to entertain rather than impress our audience. There's little that's challenging to the ear (though there are some pieces that are difficult to get right!).

  • Note-ability, NottinghamSpecialise in unaccompanied vocal music from madrigals and motets to popular songs and folksongs.
  • Note-Orious, East Dulwich, South East LondonNote-Orious rehearsals are relaxed and fun, but at the same time focused on improving individual singing technique and group performance .An important principle of the choir is that members don't have to be able to read music, so pieces are taught through a combination of song lyrics and sheet music. Each song in the Note-Orious repertoire has been suggested by a member of the choir, and we have covered artists such as Elbow, Blur, Scissor Sisters, Take That, Queen and ELO. We have also performed songs from the Rocky Horror Picture Show, South Pacific, Sweet Charity and the James Bond films.There is no audition, and anyone can join, as long as they can sing in tune. Most songs are performed in four-part harmony – lower and higher male voices, and lower and higher female voices – so every new member should be able to find a place to fit in. All female places are currently filled, but there is a waiting list you can join. More male voices are very welcome.
  • Noteify Choir, Calne, Wiltshire A new Community Choir who meet at the Marden House Centre in Calne.
  • Noteworthy Voices, Eastbourne, East Sussex Founded in 2015 by Richard Long, an experienced chorister of many years, Noteworthy explores the fabulous heritage of beautiful choral music available to small choirs: ancient and modern masterpieces from Bach to the Beatles.
  • Noteworthy Women, Baildon, West YorkshireA women's community choir singing an eclectic mix of 3 and 4-part songs. No need to be able to read music and no choir experience necessary - very friendly and informal. We learn songs using the NVP method, and sound files will be available soon for practice at home. Rehearsals will take place 7.30-9.30pm on term-time Wednesdays at Baildon Community Link, 35 Cliffe Avenue, Baildon, BD17 6NX. The building is wheelchair accessible, it has its own car-park and there is also easy street parking.
  • Notorious, Birmingham The choir with the difference. 30 strong choir performing unusual pieces in unusual places. Abba to Britten, Pubs to Concert Halls, traditional choral works and own commissions
  • Nottingham Bach Choir Over 100 singers, performing 2-3 concerts each season, with a repertoire ranging from late Renaissance to 20C Masters
  • Nottingham Boys' Choir Nottingham Boys Choir is an independent choir, established in 1983. Its prime objective is to encourage boys aged six and upwards in their love of singing. It's a superb choir, emulating a style and sound that has evolved in the great historic cathedral and collegiate choirs where the uppermost musical line (the soprano part) has been given to boy singers (called "trebles") for hundreds of years.
  • Nottingham Boys' Voices. Wilford, Nottinghamshire Our members are boys with lots of enthusiasm, energy and a keenness to sing. There are no auditions and sessions are led by Richard Arblaster who has a wealth of experience encouraging young people to sing in a variety of contexts. Rehearsals take place on Tuesdays in term-time and we give regular performances in venues across Nottingham.
  • Nottingham Clarion Choir Nottingham Clarion Choir was formed in 1988 as a result of a project of local musicians to make the vinyl album "English Rebels", celebrating the radical traditions in British politics. We enjoyed singing so much that we stayed together and are still going strong. We perform songs of celebration and protest in support of groups and organisations concerned with democratic change, human rights and environmental issues in Britain and throughout the world. We are a broad socialist choir but we are not affiliated to any political party. We have sung at fund-raising and solidarity events for trade unions and  organisations  sympathetic to our views.
  • Nottingham Community Youth ChoirChoir for all young people aged between 8 and 16 years old. We rehearse on Monday evenings at Bakersfield Community Centre. New members ALWAYS welcome, no music reading skills necessary.
  • Nottingham Festival ChorusThis is Music for Everyone’s flag-ship choir, a large-scale four-part chorus (200+ voices) performing major classical and twentieth-century works, with our own semi-professional Concert Orchestra. Membership is open to all by subscription (no auditions). There are no weekly rehearsals – singers are provided with scores and rehearsal CDs to help them learn the music at their own pace.
  • Nottingham Girls VoicesTwo great choirs for girls aged 7 – 13 who want to sing a wide variety of music in a fun and relaxed environment! The sessions are led by experienced choir leaders Sara King, and the group rehearse Tuesday evenings during term-time. Pop and folk, classical songs and favourites from musicals – we perform all of them to our friends and families in our regular concerts across Nottinghamshire.

  • Nottingham Harmonic Choir, Nottingham Auditioned choir with about 150 members founded in1856. Typically 5 concerts a year, four in the Royal Concert Hall Nottingham, one in Southwell Minster. Large scale popular and some, more oesoteric, choral works anything from Purcell and Bach to Tippett, Howells and Karl Jenkins. Members travel from Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire.

  • Nottingham Hospitals Choir We have been around for 42 years and meet weekly, in term time, at the Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham on Thrusday evenings 7-9pm. We usually perform 3 concerts per year with a variety of themes. Christmas, Easter (usually larger choral works) and Summer  (lighter, oftne shows/folk/fun music). Our membership is approx 40 and we are always looking for new singers to join us.

  • Nottingham Lunchtime Choir The Nottingham Lunchtime Choir is a great opportunity for city workers to take a proper break during Tuesday lunchtimes and enjoy singing as part of a group. This friendly and relaxed group is open to everyone who loves to sing and you don’t need to be able to read music to take part.
  • Nottingham Youth VoicesAn energetic mixed voice choir for talented singers aged 14 – 21. Over 30 singers come along each week using their energy and creative talent whilst developing their vocal potential under charismatic young conductor Alex Patterson. This choir sings a wide range of music across most genres and performs regularly across Nottingham and also on concert tour!
  • Nova, Bristol  NOVA began in 2015 to fill an early-music niche in Bristol's rich musical landscape. A group of about sixteen very experienced singers will be exploring and performing music from the fascinating world of 15th and 16th century European polyphony, concentrating chiefly on Flemish, Spanish, French and Italian music. Our musical 'centre of gravity' is Josquin Desprez, and programmes will regularly include music from Dufay and Ockeghem to Lassus and Monteverdi, as well as from the Spanish golden age

  • Nova Voce-14, Nottingham e-mail only: contact: christine.smith14@ntlworld.comTackle everything unaccompanied-madrigals, folk song, party-piece stuff (like teddy bears picnic) sacred and secular standards.
  • Novus Cantores, Lutterworth., Leicestershire Novus Cantores is a 40-strong choir based in Lutterworth. The choir was founded over 28 years ago and has a strong musical history of singing many large choral works in the Lutterworth area. Now under the musical direction of Chris Hill we are also exploring other new and exciting works. We sing both accompanied and unaccompanied pieces. We meet on Wednesday evenings in the Lutterworth Methodist Church, Bitteswell Road, Lutterworth, LE17 4EZ from 7.30pm to 9.30pm. We usually perform two summer concerts each year and sing in two Christmas Carol Concerts in December.
  • Nůmama Choir, Sevenoaks, KentStarting in Sevenoaks in April 2013, nůmama is a daytime community choir for mums (or mums-to-be) that was created as a mother and baby group where the activity focuses on the needs of the mother, whilst at all times providing a safe and nurturing environment for your child.  nůmama is a support group for new mums (or mums-to-be) adjusting to their new world, where they can do something for themselves and challenge themselves in a way that was different from the wonderful but sometimes tiring existence of raising small children.  We aim provide a fun, warm and unintimidating environment for beginners to listen, learn and experiment, for novices to build on their experience and to give Beyoncé wannabes a platform on which to showcase their underutilised talent.  It is a forum for women to unite, share, and escape reality for just 60 minutes a week through song.  You’ll be thrilled to hear, it’s strictly no auditions!

  • Nuneaton Choral Society, Nuneaton, WarwickshireNuneaton Choral Society is a group of people, of mixed abilities singing a wide range of songs from the Beatles to Beethoven.  Some of us can read music and some of us cannot.    We aim to put on three concerts a year, usually in the Spring, Summer and one at Christmas.  
  • Nunhead Community Choir, London SE15 We are a friendly, mixed group of adult singers of all abilities. Our repertoire covers classic pop songs, show tunes, folk songs and we've recently started experimenting with the odd classical piece as well. We meet every Thursday evening during term time at Ivydale School, Nunhead, London SE15, and people can follow us on Twitter (@nunheadchoir) and Facebook (Nunhead Community Choir)