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  • Oakenshaw Community Choir, West Yorkshire Oakenshaw Community Choir was formed in 2012 by a small group of enthusiasts led by our previous musical director Sarah Mallinson. The aim of the choir is to bring people together from Oakenshaw & surrounding areas to share and enjoy making music, as well as bringing a strong sense of local identity and above all to have fun.

  • Oakfield Choir, Frome, Somerset The Oakfield Choir is a mixed voice choir based in Frome, Somerset. It rehearses at Oakfield School in Frome during term time. There are two annual concerts with professional soloists. New members are welcome in all voices. There are no formal auditions, but an ability to read music is assumed.
  • Oakville Singers, Droitwich Spa, Worcestershire A Chamber choir performing sacred music, part songs and folk songs at both public and private function. The choir also sings services in Cathedrals all over the country on a regular basis throughout the year.

  • Oakwood Community Choir, Stockton-on-Tees: e-mail only: contact mandy.dixon99@icloud.com
  • Oasis Waterloo Community Choir, Central London Oasis Waterloo Community Choir, a local choir in central London, singing to enjoy making music, have fun and build community together. Singing an eclectic mix of music – from rock to pop, classical to gospel and folk. Everyone welcome, any age or ability. We work towards termly performances, often doing a collaborative community concert with other local groups. It is free to join, any donations are welcome but by no means obligatory – just come along on Tuesdays 7.30pm, to the Oasis Centre, SE1 7QP.

  • Oban Gaelic Choir, Scotland We meet weekly, usually on Monday evenings, from 7.30-9.30. in Oban. Often, we have other practices, depending on events and performances. We take every opportunity to sing and attend local Mds as well as the National Md when it’s practical but we sing primarily for enjoyment and the fun and friendship we have together.

  • Occam Singers (The), Guildford, Surrey 25-strong chamber choir, performing 16th- to 21th-century works mainly in Guildford but also in London and further a-field. Available for weddings, etc.
  • Ocean Harmony, Southampton, Hampshire We are a men's barbershop singing chorus, singing popular songs and providing entertainment for private parties, arts festivals, charities and fund raising events. Established in October 2003, the chorus has grown to over 30 men singers. We are still looking for new recruits to grow our chorus, both experienced singers and beginners. If you like to sing, and are free for a couple of hours on a Wednesday evening, please contact us.
  • Octagon Singers, Norwich
  • Octave Choir, Ainsdale, Southport A 60 strong choir and puts on concerts in aid of charity in the Southport area. We sing a range of music from choral arrangements of classic songs, through songs from the shows to light classical pieces.

  • Octavian Singers, Woking, Surrey Established in 1987; they perform a wide variety of music from Baroque to 20th Century, madrigals to major choral works
  • Of One Accord, Shropshire The choir’s philosophy is to have fun together by making music. For others to enjoy our music we feel that they should also be involved, so we try to include opportunities for audience participation wherever it is appropriate.  Our repertoire is very wide and presented in a light-hearted style.  Much of our music making involves performance at concerts, musical evenings and social occasions organised by charities and other worthy good causes.
  • Offerton Community Choir, Stockport, Cheshire
  • Ogmore Valley Male Voice Choir  Nr Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan Rehearsing at the Canolfan Bethlehem Centre, Commercial Street, Ogmore Vale.
  • Okehampton Choral Society, Devon The Okehampton Choral Society was founded by John Holland more than 40 years ago. There are no auditions. The choir usually prepares three programmes each year for performance in concerts in Okehampton and other venues in the area. The present Musical Director is Andrew Wilson.
  • Oldham Choral Society, Lancashire Oldham Choral Society, with nearly 150 members, is one of the leading amateur choirs in North West England. The repertoire includes most of the major choral works by Bach, Elgar, Handel, Haydn, Mendelssohn, Rossini and many others. The society organises about 4 concerts a year in Oldham, elsewhere in Manchester and further afield.
  • Olney Community Choir, Buckinghamshire
  • One Acchord Ladies Barnershop Chorus, The Borders, Scotland One Acchord, originally known as Vocal Essence, is a ladies barbershop chorus located in Newtown St Boswells with a current membership of around 25.  Our members come from a wide area of the Borders including Duns, Coldstream, Galashiels, Kelso, Ancrum, Lauder and St Boswells.

  • One Voice Community Choir, Preston, Lancashire. We are a " Not strictly Gospel"/Inspirational Choir and we enjoy a fine reputation  in our home City, though we've not done too badly in Liverpool and Manchester as well !What One Voice does is to support our local community and charity organisations by singing at their  launches/fundraisers and helping them to raise cash. More recently we've sung  (really well !) at some local weddings and raised some cash to allow us to cover our overheads and development.
  • One Voice Choir, Weymouth, Dorset A TV program called 'The Singing Estate' broadcast about three years ago, featured a professional musician who was challenged to create a choir using residents of an estate in Oxford. He was to prepare them ultimately to sing in the Royal Albert Hall. This was accomplished within three months when the seemingly impossible happened.
  • One World, Islington, London One World - An original production from Helen Yeomans: original songs & arrangements, spoken word, choreography & percussion on the themes of hope & peace
  • One World Singers, Epping, Essex One World Singers is a new choir that is led by Joel Goodman BA Honours, an exciting and experienced singing teacher. The weekly choir sessions will be accompanied by piano or guitar and the choir will also gain experience of recording their harmonies onto backing tracks.Tuesdays at 5.30-6.30 at United Reform Church Hall, Epping.

  • Onllwyn Male Voice Choir Cor Meibion Onllwyn was formed in September 1969 ago by the late Taliesin Williams, and the richness and tradition of our singing runs as deep as the coal seams in the valley where we are located.  Over the past four decades the Choir has raised thousands of pounds for charities and other good causes, in the local community, the UK and also internationally.  We have toured extensively throughout the UK and overseas including Ireland, Bulgaria, Germany, Spain, Barbados and the United States of America. The Choir has competed (and won) at many Eisteddfodau and has appeared eight times at the Royal Albert Hall in London at the Festival of Male Choirs.

  • Only Men Aloud! A brand-new male choral ensemble drawing on young, professional singers from all over South Wales and led by its musical director, Tim Rhys-Evans. It's made up of 16-24 voices, depending on the requirements of the piece. Winner of BBC1's 'Last Choir Standing'
  • Only Women Aloud, Swansea We rehearse at St Margarets Church, Bonymaen on a Thursday 7.30-9pm.

  • "Ooh MaMa!", Basingstoke, Hampshire Ooh MaMa are a choir for mummies to give them some all important me time! We are a fun choir singing mostly popular music, do not audition and enjoy singing very much. New members always welcome.

  • Open Arts Community Choir, Belfast Usually the choir  has a break over the Summer.  Not this year!  The choir has made it to the lat 15 of BBC1's 'Last Choir Standing'. Open Arts promotes the inclusion of disabled people in arts activities. We support disabled people in expressing their experiences through the arts.

  • Open Community Singing Group, Edinburgh We are a very friendly, secular choir with no auditions. We welcome anyone who has a passion to sing with us- whether untrained singers or music scholars! Our singing style is folk (of the people) rather than classical and varies hugely from song to song – whether it’s a mountain holler or a gentle Namibian lullaby. Penny Stone is our incredible, charismatic teacher who specialises in voice production. We meet up fortnightly on Thursdays (starting the 11th Oct 2012) from 18.30-20.30 at Eric Liddell centre on Morningside Road. Anyone is welcome to come along!

  • Open University Chapel Choir A friendly SATB choir which meets once or twice a year to sing Evensong in churches and cathedrals. Most members are OU students or graduates, but they welcome applications from good sight-readers with an affinity with standard Evensong repertoire and a sense of humour.
  • Open Voices Community Choir, Manchester, Lancashire Open Voice is an friendly open choir of about 50 members. We sing songs from all over the world in a capella harmony. Occasional gigs but no pressure to perform. We sing at Community events, charities, for causes and in protest.
  • Open Voices, Leeds The Open Voices singing group meets every Thursday morning at the ChapelFM Centre, York Road. It is extremely relaxed, friendly and joyful. You don't need to read music or a have any previous experience of being in a singing group before. The songs we sing are decided by the people who come .., anything from old time classics to modern pop songs and much more!  
  • Opus Anglicanum OA presents friendly, entertaining programmes, characterised by a mixture of approachability, humour, the familiar and the unexpected. The narrated texts are drawn from a wide range of published and unpublished sources. Music encompasses chant, mediaeval and renaissance church and court music, madrigals, glees, music hall, popoular and folk song. In addition to our own in-house arrangements we commission music.
  • Opus 18 Community Choir, Bedford, Bedfordshire An adult community choir for men and women, set up in September 2011, by Evelyn Sutherland, local piano teacher and vocal animateur. We welcome singers of all abilities. There are no auditions and there is no requirement to read music as we learn from a mixture of sheet music, words only and aurally. We sing in a wide range of styles including classic pop, sacred, folksongs, musicals, African chants and harmonies and many more – something for everyone! WEe meet at Priory Methodist Church, Newnham Avenue, Bedford
  • Opus 32, Sittingbourne (Swale) Kent Opus 32 was established in 2000 and is comprised of a maximum of 32 singers (8 per vocal part) with ages ranging from 16 to 33. Directed by Derek Boyne (01795 423854), they pride themselves on their visually stimulating performances as well as the high quality sound they produce. Drawing on a wide repertoire, Opus 32 favours Jazz; works from the 'Adiemus' series; as well as popular and Gospel music - often performed with lighting, smoke hazers and costumes as seen on our website. Opus 32 seek a like-minded Choir to arrange a 2008 exchange weekend if there are any takers?

  • Opus 44, Bingley, West Yorkshire We are an all female-voice choir. We are available for hire and we sing a wide range of music from popular to classical which we tailor to suit your event. We welcome new members able to read music and we particularly welcome young singers as our musical director specialises in developing vocal style and technique.

  • Ora Singers, London ORA believes that we are in a second Golden Age of choral music, matching that of the Renaissance. It takes the musical experience of old and new masterworks to new levels through its live performances and recordings. ORA combines the talent of the UK’s leading singers with a fresh and enticing approach to performance. It is not just about singing, though that is at the core of its being, it is also about engaging audiences on many levels with a dramatic and all-encompassing approach to performance that makes true ‘experiences’ out of concerts.

  • Ordsall A Capella Singers, Salford, Greater Manchester A community choir welcoming new members with no audition. We meet on Tuesdays nights from 7pm - 9pm and regularly have about 30 singers.

  • Oriana Singers, Dursley, Gloucestershire The Oriana Singers are a small choir based in Dursley, Gloucestershire, singing a wide variety of sacred and secular music from the early 16th centuary to the present day.  Recent concerts have included works by Palestrina, Victoria, Faure, Schubert, Rutter and compositions and arrangements by our musical director, David Moss.

  • Oriana Singers, Tunbridge Wells, Kent One of the most active choirs on the Kent and Sussex borders, with 22 members and specialising in Church music from the renaissance to the present day. They regularly visit leading English Cathedrals - and have sung at every Church of England Cathedral in the country. They also sing regularly at local Churches and events such as Weddings and concerts in aid of the Hospice in the Weald. They pride themselves on combining high standards with friendliness.
  • Oriel Singers, Cheltenham Originally form as a quartet in 1974 they rehearsed in Oriel Terrace, Chetltenham, after which the choir is named. The choir is limited to 28 singers and were the 2005 BBC Radio 3 Choir of the Year.
  • Orlando Chamber Choir, London Orlando Chamber Choir is a small and friendly London chamber choir which performs regularly in Central London venues. The choir specialises in Renaissance and baroque music but doesn't shy away from the occasional more modern work, including by contemporary composers. Most concerts are a cappella but the choir’s larger productions involve professional soloists and instrumentalists.

  • Orlando Singers, Cambridge Chamber choir of 20 or so voices -- repertore from 15thth-century to comtemporary music
  • Ormskirk Music Society, Lancashire A choir and orchestra performing 4 concerts a year, plus an At Home and a Chamber Music Evening for members to perform to each other in an informal atmosphere.
  • Ormskirk Occasional Singers, Ormskirk, Lancashire a group of 30 plus dedicated people who meet weekly at Edge Hill College to make music.

  • Orpheus Choir of North Herts, Hitchin, Hertfordshire The Orpheus Choir of North Herts, based in Hitchin, is an established and popular chamber choir with a repertoire ranging from early music - Bach, Vivaldi, Monteverdi and many others - to (more or less) up to date arrangements of folk tunes and jazz standards.

  • Orpheus Male Voice Choir, Grimsby and Cleethorpes The Orpheus Male Voice Choir was formed in 1949 by a small group of enthusiastic singers from the Grimsby and Cleethorpes area under the musical direction of Vera Burton. Early successes in festivals and concerts soon led to an increase in membership. The choir continued to grow under the direction of George Cave and then Arthur Robinson. Since 1981 the choir has been under the musical direction of Richard Bradley with Audrey Ellis as the accompanist and meets each week at the Central Hall in Grimsby. The reputation of the choir has grown over recent years with many competition successes, broadcasts, recordings and concerts that have been given throughout England, Wales, Germany, Holland, France and Sweden.

  • Orpheus Singers, Isle of White, Hampshire Orpheus Singers is one of the leading chamber choirs on the Isle of Wight. The choir was founded in 1992 to perform lesser known works of the classical music repertoire. Philip Fryer is conductor with Toni Rogers as Musical Director.

  • Orpington Chorale, Orpington, Kent  A choir of some seventy to eighty voices over a wide age range. Anyone who has a love of singing is invited to come along and see how they get on.

  • Orpington 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!

  • Orthopaedic Hospital Male Voice Choir, Oswestry, Shropshire The Orthopaedic Male Voice Choir (OMVC) was formed in 1968 and was made up predominantly of employees of the Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital in Oswestry, Shropshire.  Over the years it has seen many changes and, at one point, could boast more than 50 voices.

  • Orwell Connection, Felixstowe, Suffolk Community Choir (SATB ) in Felixstowe. We sing a variety of music from traditional to popular. Charity concerts are performed in June and December at local venues.

  • Orwell Park School Choral Society, Ipswich, Suffolk e-mail only: contact sallywebber76@googlemail.com Founded in September 1994 by the then Headmaster, Andrew Auster. It was intended to include parents, friends of the school, and members of the wider community, including local residents. It is run along traditional Choral Society lines, with weekly rehearsals on Mondays during term time, and includes an annual programme of concerts and sung services. If you enjoy music, like to sing, and would like to meet new people in a beautiful environment, then we would like to hear from you! Rehearsals are each Monday at 7.30 p.m

  • Orwell Park School Community Choir, Ipswich, Suffolk The choir is open to all adults; parents, friends of the school, and members of the local community. There is no audition, and singers of all standards, including non-readers, are welcome. There are two major concerts annually, accompanied by the Colchester Symphony Orchestra, and we also sing Harvest Festival at Hemley, and Choral Evensong as part of the Aldeburgh Festival. There is an annual international tour, recently to Paris, Tallinn, Venice, Dublin and Berlin. Each rehearsal takes place in the stunning Orangery at Orwell Park School, and concludes with a Committee Meeting at The Ship, Levington. Meets each Monday during term time at 7.30 p.m.

  • Orwell Singers, Orwell, Cambridgeshire We are a very friendly group and meet on Monday evenings in the Methodist Schoolroom in Orwell during school term times. Our members come not only from Orwell and other surrounding villages but also from Cambridge and Royston. At the moment the choir consists of 11 sopranos, 10 altos, 4 basses and 7 tenors. You do not need to be able to read music (as long as you can sing!) and we do not audition new members. 

  • OS Rocks, Oswestry, Shropshire Oswestry's new alternative mixed voice choir. Emphasis on fun but also taking it seriously. Alternative music, pop, rock, etc. Mixed voices. All you need to be able to do is sing in tune!!
  • Osiris Ensemble, Carshalton, Surrey A mixed youth choir for ages 14-21 which perform a wide range of musical styles .Forms part of the Emerald Music School and rehearses in Carshalton, Surrey on Wednesdays 7.30 - 9.45pm.
  • SJ Voices, London e-mail only: contact Miriam Power Founded in 1996 to sing with the Orchestra of St John's, Smith Square (OSJ) this 24-60 strong mixed choirs performs repertoire ranging from a capella 16th century to contemporary .
  • Ospreys Supporters Choir, Swansea The Choir was originally formed as part of the 2006 ‘Codi Canu’ television programme, which brought rugby supporters from across Wales together in a singing competition. The Choir is still going strong, and is committed to producing a diverse repertoire of music at the highest level of performance, and in pursuit of its ethos of bringing a love of rugby football, support for the Ospreys regional rugby team and singing together in a fun and loving way. The Choir has developed an extensive and diverse repertoire. This diversity is reflected in traditional and contemporary music in both English and Welsh languages, and performances at a wide range of events, from sporting fixtures to charity events to weddings.

  • Oswestry Choral Society, Shropshire Oswestry Choral Society (OCS) was founded in 1888 and has been producing concerts in the Oswestry area for over 120 years. A mixed voice choir of about 55 members, ranging in age from 14-80 years, the choir performs a wide variety of music from large choral works to shorter classical songs, sacred and secular, gospel and Jazz pieces. The choir relishes the opportunity to sing new musical works and is open to all music genres. Recent concerts include: Vivaldi’s Gloria, Monteverdi’s Beatus Vir, Schubert’s Mass in G Major, Bob Chilcott’s Jubilate and A Little Jazz Mass, John Rutter’s Feel the Sprit and Weber’s E Flat Mass. The choir gives two major concerts a year, Christmas and Spring, plus special request invitation concerts. Most concerts are performed in churches in and around Oswestry however, some require a larger venue such as joint and invitation concerts.

  • Oswestry Ladies Choir, Shropshire Oswestry Ladies Choir evolved in the summer of 2015 from Oswestry Choral Society, which had been in continuous existence for 125 years. Dawn Jaffray has been our musical director since 2006. She has introduced us to a wide range of music from varying genres, including many pieces from living composers.

  • Otley Choral Society, W Yorkshire. A society of 70 - 80 members, regularly combining activities with Ilkley Choral Society. Together they give about 6 concerts a year of standard choral repertoire.
  • Otley Singers, West Yorkshire We are a community choir based in Otley, West Yorkshire. We meet weekly during the school term, and are led by Beccy Owen, a singer/songwriter who has been leading harmony-based singing groups for over a decade.

  • Our Kids Community Choir, Lower Wyke, Bradford, West Yorkshire The choir has been established to serve the children on the boundaries of Bradford, Calderdale and Kirklees. The ‘Our Kids’ choirs’ repertoire includes arrangements of past and present pop songs and classics from all genres. We focus on the production of harmony and part-singing and hope to build up a repertoire to perform at future events. The choir is lead by Kathy Johnston, well known around local schools (Lightcliffe C of E Primary, Bailiffe Bridge J and I School, and now Worthinghead Primary) for running singing activities and choirs.  We meet in the  Lower Wyke Moravian Church Hall, Lower Wyke Lane, Lower Wyke BD12 9AH every Thursday at 4.30pm to 5.30pm. Subs are 2.50 per week and members are 8+

  • Ouse Valley Chorus, Huntingdon, Cambridge We are a relatively new and growing male voice, four-part harmony chorus based in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, driven with enthusiasm and a love of music! 

  • Ouse Valley Singers, Kingston, Lewes, East Sussex We are a community choir. Our varied repertoire celebrates a wide range of musical styles from folk and world music to jazz, classical and pop. We are a friendly group and welcome people of all abilities.

  • Out Aloud, Sheffield, South Yorkshire Out Aloud is Sheffield's Gay Choir. It was formed in 2006 and enables lesbians, gay men, bisexual and transgendered people in Sheffield to enjoy singing as a community. There are no auditions and you don't need to be an experienced singer or read music.

  • Out of the Shadows, Suffolk We are an exciting choral group, dedicated to developing their own unique style whilst respecting the roots and fundamentals of singing in a choir. We feel that as soloists, many of us spend so much time cultivating our own tone in order to stand out, that we often forget the value of working in a group to create an overall blend that excites an audience. We work hard to achieve the 'one voice' sound whilst allowing solo voices to filter through our arrangements and to bring a feast of different colours to the final performance.

  • 'Out There' Chamber Choir, Bristol All welcome - songs taught by ear so no need to read music. Singing a wide range of popular music. We are a friendly group who perform at least twice a year. The overall philosophy is to enjoy singing whilst still aiming for high standards. We meet at Westbury Park School Hall, Thursday nights during term time 8:00 -9:30pm 4 per rehearsal (payable in advance of each new term) Even though it is based in Westbury Park you don't need to live locally to be a member.

  • Overgate Hospice Choir, Halifax, W. Yorkshire Was founded in 1991with the purpose of raising money for Overgate Hospice, Elland, West Yorkshire. We are a choir of mixed voices presenting four concerts a year of music from the standard choral repertoire along with Christmas Carols, hymns, opera choruses and Song from the Shows. We do not hold auditions for the choir. We have raised getting on for 260,000 for Hospice funds at Overgate.
  • Overton Choral Society, Hampshire 40/50-strong, with good links with the Ensemble Arnaut de Mareuil from Périgueux, France, and the Sängerkreis Euskirchen from Germany.
  • Oxbridge Singers, London The Oxbridge Singers are a chamber choir founded in 2005 by their principal conductor Alexander Campkin. The choir is drawn from a hand-picked selection of Choral Scholars from Oxford and Cambridge both past and present, and singers at top London conservatoires such as the Royal Academy of Music.

  • Oxford Bach Choir We are Oxford's premier choir with around 160 voices drawn from the City, County and Universities of Oxford. Founded in 1896 we continues to perform superlative classical music concerts from both the classic and modern choral repertoire in Sir Christopher Wren's magnificent Sheldonan Theatre. 
  • Oxford Belles Oxford University's oldest and sassiest all-girl a cappella ensemble, the Oxford Belles, sing their own arrangements of pop, rock, jazz and soul hits.  Made up for 14 female undergraduates, they perform at a variety of events and always add a touch of glamour and sparkle.
  • Oxford City Singers We are a community choir that will be beginning in January 2009 for both men and women from ages 15 to 115! We will be doing popular songs, general 4-part harmony music and anything that members would like to give a go. No gospel and no seriously classical stuff, just a friendly group of people getting together each week to enjoy singing.

  • Oxford Community Choir AKA "Sounds Fun"; we sing a wide range of songs from all over the world – traditional, folk, pop, ballads, gospel, jazz, blues…..you name it, we try it! All are welcome to join.  We meet at St.Columba's Church Hall, Alfred Street (just off the High Street, Carfax end) Oxford, on Tuesdays between 7.30pm and 9.30pm. You don’t need singing experience, and you don’t have to read music.

  • Oxford Girls Choir For centuries Oxford has been home to some of the finest male choirs in the world. In 1984 a group of families decided to do something for their equally talented daughters, and so the Oxford Girls' Choir was born...
  • Oxford Gospel Choir, Oxford We have set up a funky, fun gospel choir in Oxford which meets on Tuesday nights in Central Oxford. We are still looking for people who love singing. Any age, no audition or previous experience needed and you don't need to read music.
  • Oxford Harmonic Choir Oxford Harmonic Society is a mixed-voice choral society, based in Oxford, England, with about 150 members. We usually give three major concerts a year in either the Sheldonian Theatre or the Town Hall, though we sometimes go outside the city to beautiful places like Dorchester Abbey. Our size means that we generally perform the larger-scale choral works, though not exclusively so.
  • Oxford Harmony Barbershop Chorus A male close harmony chorus who enjoy singing for pleasure, fun and entertainment.  We even enter competitions! The chorus and its smaller groups is available for singing at parties, dinners and corporate events.  The chorus is relatively new having been formed in 2007 and now has a singing membership of around 30 members.  Based in Cumnor on the outskirts of Oxford, the chorus welcomes new members and looks forward to seeing you at their rehearsals on a Wednesday evening at 8.00p.m., Please don't hesitate to visit us at Cumnor Old School, OX2 9PE or contact our website.

  • Oxford Psalmody & Sacred Harp Singers Started as a group in the middle of 1999 with the aim of singing both West Gallery and Shape-note music, depending on who came to the singing evenings at 30 Eynsham Road.  Such evenings are held on the "teenth" Thursday of each month, during which time the group have increased considerably in standard and have taken part in a short service of remembrance for the local hospice at one of the churches in Oxford. Shape-note singing in particular has attracted visitors from far and near, including several from the United States.
  • Oxford Pro Musica Singers The Oxford Pro Musica Singers were founded in 1977.  The choir has reached the Final of Sainsbury's BBC Choir of the Year Competition and has won a Bronze Medal in the Llangollen International Eisteddfod. The choir has also represented the UK at choral festivals and competitions abroad, achieving a Silver Medal in the 'Florilege Vocal de Tours' competition in France.
  • Oxford Tuneless Choir The Oxford Tuneless Choir launched on Wednesday 2nd November 2016 and has been running very successfully ever since, with singers from different backgrounds, of all ages (currently 15 – 83) coming for different reasons to enjoy the release of endorphins as they sing popular songs however they like.  There is a great atmosphere and people soon make friends.  No pressure, no judgement, just confidence-boosting fun under the direction of a whacky expert. The choir has developed into an idiosyncratic group who have a common goal of singing for about an hour and a half like no-one is listening, with an interval for drinks and socialising.  Come and be part of this whenever you like – regularly or occasionally. Sessions run fortnightly from 7.45 until 9.15pm, with registration from 7.30pm, throughout the year: North Oxford Association Community Centre, Ferry Pool Road, Summertown, Oxford, OX2 7DP, and are led by Angela Knapp.
  • Oxford Welsh Male Voice Choir Formed in 1928 by Welshmen working at William Morris' car factory. Now, 75% of members are English, but they still sing some Welsh-language repertoire

  • Oxford University Press Choir Oxford University Press Choir is made up of amateur singers. If you work in Oxford city centre &like to sing, contact us! If not, come to our next concert!

  • Oxshott Choral Society, Surrey A friendly and enthusiastic group, and a member choir of the Leith Hill Musical Festival

  • Oxted & Limpsfield Choral Society, Surrey 40 singers performing sacred music in 2 concerts a year

  • Oyster Singers, Whitstable, Kent. We are a 50 strong community choir based in Whitstable, Kent. We're always keen to find new members, especially tenor and bass singers.