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  • Sackville Community Choir, East Grinstead, Sussex Sackville Community Choir is for anyone in the East Grinstead area. We perform all kinds of music from Handel to the Beatles, songs from the musicals - anything we want to sing. No auditions! We sing in 4 parts (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass), but you don’t need to read music. We rehearse at Sackville School, East Grinstead on Wednesday evenings 7.30 - 9 pm during school terms

  • Saddleworth Male Voice Choir  The Saddleworth Male Voice Choir numbers about 50 voices. It's members are drawn mainly from around the Greater Manchester area, in particular, Oldham, Rochdale and Saddleworth. The present choir was founded in 1955.

  • Saddleworth Musical Society, Uppermill, Saddleworth, Oldham, Lancs A four part mixed choir of about 60 voices about to enter its 50th anniversary Year. We perform three major events in the year - an orchestral spring concert, an operetta or light opera in the autumn and a Christmas Carol concert with orchestra and guest(s).

  • Saffron Walden Choral Society, Saffron Walden, Essex One of the oldest continuous choral society in the UK, now with well over 100 members from a large catchment area. Strong youth programme. Four main concerts a year including Spirit of Christmas with local schools. One of the best community choirs in the area with a wide ranging repertoire from early to modern music. Most concerts are with professional orchestras and soloists. Friendly, hard-working, critically acclaimed and continually striving for greater success.

  • Sage Gateshead Chamber Choir, Tyne & Wear This 40 strong mixed choir of experienced singers from across the north east, led by director Ed Milner, meet weekly to rehearse and perform a broad range of accompanied and a cappella, secular and sacred repertoire from around the world with particular emphasis on the unusual and unexpected. Examples of the repertoire include works by Byrd, Holst, Monteverdi, Tallis, Brahms, Whitacre and Orban as well as the Palestrina Masses.

  • Sale Choral Society, Cheshire A mixed choir of around 70 members, singing mostly the traditional repertoire in 4 major concerts a year, plus others for charity

  • Salford Choral Society, Salford, Greater Manchester One of the leading choirs in the North West with some 100 members. Four main concerts a year with professional orchestras and soloists. Friendly group in easy reach of Manchester centre.

  • Salford Community Choir, Greater Manchester An adult choir for which there is no audition - just a love of singing. A variety of genres of music are sung from Thomas Tallis Madrigals to modern day medleys. Men in particular are always very welcome - you can never have enough tenors and basses.

  • Salford Hospitals' Choir, Salford, Greater Manchester A mixed choir of about 40 adults, formed in 1977 from the massed choir that used to perform concerts in Manchester for the Sir Malcolm Sargent Fund for Children.

  • Salisbury Cathedral Choir Salisbury Cathedral Choir maintains a tradition of church music that has been offered in the Cathedral since its consecration in 1258. Salisbury has been well known for the lead that it has given in liturgy, and music has always played an important part in the Cathedral's worship. In the early days the music in the Cathedral was performed by two groups of musicians, the Vicars Choral and the choristers, either together or separately. In the sixteenth century there first appeared the Lay Vicar, a singing man who was not in Holy Orders and whose duty it was to assist the Vicar Choral with the singing. Today the music is provided by sixteen boy choristers and sixteen girl choristers aged between 8 - 13 years and six Lay Vicars. In 1991, the same year in which the 900th anniversary of the founding of the very first boys' choir was celebrated, Salisbury became the first English Cathedral to form a separate and independent foundation for girl choristers. They sang their first service in October of that year and nowadays the weekly services are equally divided between the boy and girl choristers.

  • Salisbury Cathedral Chamber Choir, Wilts Salisbury Cathedral has a new chamber choir which specializes in early music and plainsong which has grown out of the original Sarum plainsong and the great heritage of liturgy attached to this Cathedral. Directed by Daniel Cook, Assistant Director of Music, the choir deputizes for the Cathedral choir on major feast days, when these fall within choir holidays, and also further promotes the Cathedral's work and mission throughout the diocese. It provides a marvellous opportunity for accomplished singers to participate directly in the Cathedral's liturgy and, simultaneously, fills a gap in its music programme.

  • Salisbury Cathedral Junior Choir Salisbury Cathedral Junior Choir was established in September 2007 as a further development of the "Singing Together" outreach initiative run by the Cathedral and Cathedral School with funding from the Choirs Schools Association. The choir is non-audition and open to all boys and girls in School Years 4-8. 

  • Salisbury Chamber Chorus, Wiltshire The Salisbury Chamber Chorus is a group of singers who perform 3 concerts a year. We have a wide repertoire from Opera to Classical and Popular Music

  • Salisbury Community Choir, Wiltshire was formed in 1993 growing from an evening class entitled 'Singing for Non Singers'. Since Fiona Clarke became Musical Director in 1998 the choir has gained huge popularity and its membership has increased tenfold. With about 200 members, the choir is now one of the largest in the area. In 2001 the choir embarked on its first European tour to Germany, in 2003 it travelled to Paris and in 2005 to Poland. The choir has developed a reputation for giving performances which are both thought provoking and fun. Various institutions ask us to perform concerts for them, including the National Trust at Stourhead for their Festival of the Voice, Salisbury Cathedral for their lunchtime concerts and Studio Theatre at the Salisbury City Hall.

  • Salisbury Musical Society SMS is an amateur, mixed choir of about 140 voices. We perform the major classical works in public concerts that are normally given in Salisbury Cathedral three times a year, accompanied by a full orchestra.
  • Salisbury Plain Military Wives Choir, Bulford, Wiltshire The aim of the choir is to create a community focal point; through song, it is hoped that the ladies find fun, friendship, support and a vehicle to raise money for charity.

  • Saltash Ladies Choir, Saltash, Cornwall We are 42 ladies who have a love of singing. We practice every Wednesday evening in Saltash, Cornwall, and have travelled to sing with other choirs in Great Britain

  • Sandbach Choral Society, Sandbach, Cheshire A friendly and enthusiastic choir whose roots stretch in Sandbach from 1947. Under the artistic direction of our conductor, Christopher Cromar, the choir continues to go from strength to strength performing some ambitious choral programmes which have included Orff’’s Carmina Burana, Britten’s Noye’s Fludde and Handel’s Dixit Dominus. With a mission to bring choral music alive to the local community and to work with and encourage young people to participate in our performances we have an exciting and varied programme ahead. We are always delighted to see new faces, either in the choir or in our audience.

  • Sandgate Singers, Storrington, West Sussex. Sandgate Singers’ is around 80 strong of mixed ability SATB.  Rehearsals are held on Monday evenings from 7.30 – 9.30 pm during term times at Storrington and Sullington Parish Hall, West Sussex, from the beginning of September to the following July.  We perform a minimum of three concerts a year; at Christmas, Easter and in July.
  • Sandham Singers, Newbury, Berkshire This chamber choir, which rehearses weekly in Newbury, Berkshire, performs a wide range of musical styles from Renaissance motets to well-loved favourites, sacred music, spirituals, folk songs, and contemporary works, enjoying some of the most beautiful and diverse choral music ever written.  We welcome choral singers interested in joining us, and we prepare for regular concerts as well as occasionally singing the weekend services in cathedrals, under the excellent training of our director, Nicholas Woods.

  • Sandhurst Singers, Sandhurst, Berkshire. e-mail only: contact simonmusic45@gmail.com We meet during term time on Wednesday evenings and is a sing for fun group. We sing popular songs from the past few decades, songs from musicals etc.

  • Sandiacre Male Voice Choir, Derbyshire The Sandiacre Male Voice Choir is 94 years old this year, having been founded in 1920. During that time there have only been five Musical Directors, two of whom, Horace Wagg and Peter Barber served for 49 and 41 years respectively.Peter joined the choir in 1947 and is still a very active member, along with Bill Foulke who joined two years later and has been Treasurer since 1967. The fortunes of the choir have varied over the years, with membership fluctuating from around forty to less than twenty, necessitating several emergency meetings to decide whether to continue. However, no doubt due to the enthusiasm of a few dedicated members, it has continued, only being suspended during the war years, with regular practices recommencing in September 1946 

  • Sangstream, Edinburgh. A Scots folk choir. It is open to all, and meets once a week on Thursday evenings. Sangstream aims to be a friendly and fun place open to everyone who has an interest in group singing to take part and to develop their skills with the help of an experienced singer;  a group which provides the opportunity for people to learn about and to share Scots songs and traditions; a group which can carry these songs out into the wider community.

  • Sarisbury Choral Society, Nr Southampton, Hampshire Sarisbury Choral Society has established an enviable reputation for friendly and relaxed rehearsals, imaginative concert programmes and innovative joint ventures with professional musicians. It provides an enjoyable and educational experience for beginners and experienced singers and a warm welcome is extended to all who would like to join. Rehearsals are on Thursdays 7:50 – 9:20 at Sarisbury Green Community Centre, The Green, Sarisbury Green, Southampton, Hants. SO31 7AA.

  • Sarum Consort, Salisbury Originally formed for a Requiem Service in Romsey Abbey in 1992, the Sarum Consort made its formal debut at the 1993 Salisbury Festival when painter Jane Mackay, Andrew's sister, exhibited work inspired by Britten's music, and a concert was given to illustrate the artist's inspiration. The group continues to explore a wide repertoire from medieval times to the present day, but music of the golden age - the Renaissance - remains its speciality.

  • Sarum Voices, Salisbury, Wiltshire Sarum Voices is a choir of young singers based in and around Salisbury. They sing a variety of music, ranging from choral classics and new compositions, to arrangements, by their leader Ben Lamb, of popular hits. The choir performs at engagements of all kinds, including weddings, concerts and tours.
  • Saturday Singers, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire The Saturday Singers began in 1988 as the Nottingham University Adult Education Centre Singers, led by Geoffrey Moore. We are a mixed choir for all ages, based in Nottingham, England. The choir has Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass sections, and currently consists of over 60 members. We rehearse every Saturday during academic term times, and perform our work each year at Christmas and Easter.
  • Sawtry Chorale, Cambridge It has been in existence for 15 years and is a mixed SATB choir of 50 singers or thereabouts
  • Schola Anselmi & Caeciliana,, Kingsway, London WC2 The church of SS Anselm & Caecilia is unusual among London Catholic churches in maintaining a serious musical tradition involving both professional and volunteer singers. The volunteer choir is called Schola Anselmi, and sings for a Latin Mass on two Sundays a month at 12 noon, and occasionally also for 6pm masses on feast-days.
  • Schola Cantorum, Kensington, London The Cathedral-standard liturgical choir of the Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School, made up of boys aged 11-18, singing regularly at Our Lady of Victories, Kensington, and undertaking concerts, tours and recordings

  • Schola Cantorum of Oxford Schola Cantorum of Oxford is the University of Oxford's premier Chamber Choir, composed of approximately 30 students. Directed by renowned conductor James Burton, the choir has recently undertaken projects which have included live broadcasts of world premieres on BBC Radios 3 and 4, filming for a documentary about Vaughan WIlliams, concerts in Oxford, Cambridge and London and international tours to Mexico, Argentina, China, France and Israel.

  • Schola Pietatis Antonio Vivaldi, Oxford Schola Pietatis Antonio Vivaldi (SPAV) was formed in 2005 to make three TV and radio programmes on Vivaldi for the BBC. It is an all-female ensemble of singers and instrumentalists which aims to recreate the particular sound of Vivaldi's Figlie di Choro, those foundlings at Venice's Ospedale della Pietà who performed at Mass and Vespers from behind grills in the high "cantorie". SPAV reflects the vocal range and age range of Vivaldi's singers, with women aged 14–60+, some singing tenor and bass!
  • Sciolto Chamber Choir, Belfast, Co Antrim: e-mail only: contact Paul Berry   The name means free and unrestrained (as well as a few other things in colloquial Italian.....). We are a small chamber choir which sings as diverse a range of music in as diverse a range of locations as possible.
  • Scottish Chamber Choir, Edinburgh Since its formation in 1968, the Scottish Chamber Choir has performed throughout Scotland and Northern England to great acclaim. Each season the choir presents four concerts in Edinburgh, climaxing with an appearance at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. These are usually supplemented by a Christmas concert and guest appearances at local Music Societies and Festivals throughout the year, keeping members quite busy!

  • Scottish Chamber Orchestra Chorus Formed in 1991 to provide the Orchestra with a resident choir. They broadcast and record, perform frequently in venues throughout Scotland, and are regular visitors to the Edinburgh International Festival
  • Scottish Concert Singers
  • Scottish Opera Community Choir We need your voice! Set up in 2012 for adults living and working in the north of Glasgow, our Community Choir is going from strength to strength. With a mix of opera, classical, popular, folk and world music, the choir meets on Wednesday evenings in the new Robertson Trust Education rooms at the Theatre Royal in Glasgow. You don’t need to be able to read music or have any previous experience.

  • Scottish Police & Community Choir, Glasgow and Perth Do you like to sing and perform? Fancy a new challenge? Want to be part of something different? Come and Join Us! (non police members welcome)

  • Scunthorpe & District Choral Society, Lincolnshire They've run courses for non-singers to pick up the basics of (and confidence for) choral singing -- a great idea
  • Scunthorpe Co-operative Junior Choir, Lincolnshire Semi-finalists in Sainsbury's Choir of the Year Competition in 1994, 1996 & 1998.

  • Scunthorpe Male Voice Choir, Lincolnshire Established in 1924, The Scunthorpe Male Voice Choir has established a tradition of male singing in North Lincolnshire which has gone from strength to strength and continues to thrive today.  The modern choir has a complement of more than 40 voices and has grown into one of the leading music groups in the area.

  • Seaford Choral Society, East Sussex A large choir of more than 110 voices from a small town on the south coast. Friendly and enthusiastic, we welcome all comers without audition. Established 90 years ago we sing in the classical choral tradition and give two main concerts a year plus a 'come and sing' on Good Friday as well as occasional workshops and an outdoor carol concert.

  • Seagrave Singers, Kettering, Northamptonshire A ladies choir, the Seagrave Singers is a welcoming and talented amateur choir. New members are not required to audition to join, nor read music. Full support is given during rehearsals. Members also like to meet socially, throughout the year.

  • Seagreen Singers, Oxford The Seagreen Singers are a community singing group based in Oxford. We sing songs to change the world. The group was formed after a class arranged by the Oxford Workers' Education Association (WEA), and it’s been going for about 10 years. We sing at events supporting peace and social justice around Oxfordshire. We’ve sung “alternative” carols for the Palestine Solidarity Campaign. We’ve run workshops at Campsfield Detention Centre to meet refugees and cheer the inmates and sung outside in support of the campaign to get it closed. We’ve performed at Fair Trade and Green Fairs, we’ve marched on demonstrations, we’ve supported environment and allotment open days. The group is named after the colour of the ribbons worn by the Levellers, a radical movement in Cromwell's Model Army. The Levellers believed in equality for all, justice, and human rights – things that inspire us, centuries later.

  • Seahouses Village Voices, Northumberland A small SATB choir contributing to the life of local communities.  Details and contacts on the website.

  • Seaton Sluice Singers, Northumberland Led by Jane Harland, we are a friendly, informal mixed choir singing together for fun (about 50 singers).  We sing a wide range of songs old and new from around the world, including a number from the local folk tradition.  All songs are taught by ear (no need to read music although music notation is provided).  We meet on Tuesdays 10am - 12 noon during term time (10am for coffee and a chat and sing from 10.30am) at Seaton Sluice Community Centre, Albert Road, Seaton Sluice near Whitley Bay, Northumberland NE26 4QX. 

  • Second City Sound, Birmingham. Ladies Barbershop Harmony Club. We are a club of nearly fifty ladies who meet on Monday evenings in Great Barr, Birmingham to sing four part unaccompanied harmony in the American Barbershop tradition. We sing in public on occasions and compete in the annual convention of L.A.B.B.S., the Ladies' Association of British Barbershop Singers.
  • Seer Green Singers, Seer Green, near Beaconsfield, Bucks. We are a  men’s community choir of over 40 members, singing a wide ranging repertoire.

  • Selby Rock Choir, Selby, Yorkshire The Selby Rock Choir is led by singer/pianist Steve Jones. The choir is for all ages and all the local North Yorkshire branches of Rock Choir, like ours come together to do incredible events like the 20,000 seat O2 Arena and Guinness World Record attempts (The Rock Choir members have got 3 world records and even had personal certificates arranged for them) and community events too like the local North Yorkshire music and food festivals.

  • Semi-Toned, Exeter, Devon Semi-Toned were formed in 2010 as a five-man barbershop harmony group at a university which doesn’t teach academic music. Six years on and the group is now at the forefront of a cappella in the UK. The group, based at Exeter University in the South West of England is now fourteen men strong and in April 2015 earned the title of national champions, having won the Voice Festival UK. Praised for their creativity, uniqueness and vocal acrobatics the group embraces music of a variety of genres to ensure there really is something for everyone in any of their shows. In November and December 2016, Semi-Toned competed in Gareth Malone’s new TV show on BBC2 called The Choir: Gareth’s Best in Britain. After battling it out to represent the South West, the group went on to win the competition with their arrangements of ‘Candle in the Wind‘ and ‘Anthem of Praise.

  • Semper Singers, Leicestershire The Semper Singers (previously the Chanterelders) is a non-audition choir with members from across Leicestershire. Rehearsals take place from 7.30pm until 8.45pm on Monday evenings during term time at the Samworth Academy, Leicester. New members are always welcome.

  • Senza Nome Choir, Coventry Senza Nome is a young mixed choir of some 20 voices, with members from Coventry, Birmingham, Leamington Spa and Rugby. It started as a quartet in 2008 soon became a small choir.It started with the choir singing during the services at the Polish church in Coventry but quickly expanded its repertoire and activity giving concerts in other places as well. 
  • Serafine Chamber Choir, London Serafine Chamber Choir is made up of some of the most talented young conductors in the country, all of whom have been taught by director, Manvinder Rattan. Serafine is made up of professional singers, teachers and students, all of whom share a passion for high quality music making as well as their own love of conducting.
  • Seratonics, Nottingham e-mail only: contact: christine.smith14@ntlworld.com This group was formed to help mental health users (who had suffered depression, nervous breakdowns, phobias, and mental health problems of many guises) to be lifted though music-raising their serotonin levels.
  • Serenade, Shepshed, Leicestershire "Serenade" is the much-loved Shepshed Women's Community Choir. No need to audition, you choose the part of the choir you are comfortable singing in and you can change your mind if you want to sing a different part at any point. Choir sessions are kept relaxed and informal so there is no pressure. Whether you are a trained singer or someone who just enjoys a sing in the shower EVERYONE IS WELCOME. Performing at local events is something that we really enjoy, as a member you are welcome to join in at any performance. Should you prefer not to perform that’s OK too.

  • Serenade Choir, Greater Manchester If you love singing and would like to get involved with a group of musical and friendly women who perform regularly then consider joining Serenade.All the members sing well and are happy to sing music from every era and in every style. The ability to sight read music is an advantage but enthusiasm and commitment are more important to us. We rehearse every Monday evening at 7.30 until 9.30 in a venue just off the M60, Junction 19.

  • Serenata Singers, Cardiff A new choir based in Cardiff. We were founded by members of the Welsh National Opera’s community choir so in general our repertoire has been opera based but we want to develop and widen our appeal. 

  • Serenata Women’s Choir, Dalkeith, Midlothian, Scotland e-mail only: contact morag.sherriffs@gmail.com We are a thriving group of twenty two talented women with an appetite for learning and laughter, who love to share their music with their friends and families. Rehearsals are on Thursday nights. We sing mainly in three parts, both accompanied and unaccompanied. Repertoire comes from a range of musical genres and includes music from the classical choral tradition, spirituals, arrangements of folk songs and popular favourites. There is a simple audition to ensure that you can hold your line, and listen and blend your voice with other singers.

  • Serenity Choir, Cardiff, Wales Serenity is a fun and exciting female voice choir based in Cardiff. Our repertoire ranges from gospel to pop, classical to jazz, songs from the shows and Disney. The choir is non-auditioning and comprises of ladies from all walks of life. Our aim is to sing and perform fantastic songs and enjoy ourselves in doing so.
  • Seriously Occasional Singers, Beer DevonThis choir has been running since January 2009 and is gaining in popularity, membership and getting on down and being groovy with our voices.  We rehearse once a month in the Mariners Hall in Beer. 

  • Sevenoaks Philharmonic Society,  Sevenoaks, Kent Founded in 1897, the Sevenoaks Philharmonic Society is one of the most established choral societies in the area and has over 80 singers.  We perform three concerts a year of sacred and secular works.  Our summer concert takes place in the Sevenoaks Playhouse (formerly The Stag Theatre) and forms a part of the Sevenoaks Summer Festival.  One of the friendliest choirs around, every rehearsal is a joy to attend. 
  • Sevenoaks 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!

  • Seventy Chamber Choir of Thanet, Broadstairs, Kent The Seventy Chamber Choir of Thanet consists of approximately 30 members, all of whom are experienced singers. The choir has built a reputation for giving high quality performances and sings a varied repertoire of works, ranging from the Renaissance era (Tallis, Byrd, Victoria and Palestrina) through the Baroque and Romantic periods to living composers such as Chilcott, Lauridsen, Pärt and Whiteacre..

  • Severn Voices, Malvern, Worcestershire Severn Voices is a small chamber choir founded by Will Coleman in 2011 with members who pride themselves on producing top-quality sounds across an unusually varied and challenging repertoire. Made up of around twenty adults, the choir is extremely passionate about choral music and committed to being the best. The choir aims to attract the more adventurous choral singer. As such, you may well have already sung with a few choirs and have experience singing some of the main choral repertoire. Rehearsals are on Mondays at 7.30 p.m. for 2 hours. New members will always be made welcome - just come to a rehearsal.

  • Shabbaton Choir, London The Shabbaton Choir was formed in 1990 out of the B'nei Brith Festival Singers (which itself was formed in 1986). Stephen Levey has been conductor and Musical Director since 1991. The Choir’s innovative choral sound has been heard in synagogue services and concerts throughout the United Kingdom and abroad. 
  • Shakti Sings, Staines-upon-Thames, Surrey The Shakti Sings Choir was founded to honour the Earth through song. The national choir is more than 200 strong, women and men with a mission, to dedicate heart and voice with songs that plant seeds of change and inspire deepened awareness of our land and respect for our natural surroundings, especially our rivers and earth. We sing for joy and with joy, singing songs in full harmony with the intention to open hearts and raise consciousness.

  • Shalford Choral Society, Surrey Founded in 1905 in order to participate in the first  Leith Hill Musical Festivaland has remained an active and often very successful participant ever since. The Festival is one of the country's leading choral events which is held annually in Dorking. We are a friendly choir of around 35 singers and warmly welcome new members in all voices. No auditions are required. Rehearsals are held on Tuesday evenings in the autumn, winter and spring terms. Our main purpose is to achieve a high musical standard but enthusiasm and enjoyment of singing are considered the most important objectives for our members.

  • Shannon Expess Chorus, Potton, Bedfordshire From its beginnings in 1978 - when nine or ten men gathered together to share their love of singing - to its present status as one of the UK's leading amateur choirs, never has that initial feeling of fun and friendship left the chorus. Amateur maybe but definitely not 'amateurish'. Singing is our hobby and the enjoyment that this brings is manifest in all our performances be they in small churches in the wild's of Essex, the Royal Albert Hall or venues in Europe and the USA.
  • Sharnbrook Community Gospel Choir (SGC), Bedford, Bedfordshire. Founded in May 2013 with twelve singers. Eighteen months later, we're thirty plus strong, held three concerts, sung at a dozen church services, completed our first summer season of fetes, were one of the three choirs for the Diocese of St Albans Centenary event and have a busy Christmas ahead. We are based at St Peter's church, Sharnbrook, Bedford, Bedfordshire. Our repertoire is everything from gospel, inspirational, spiritual, trad church music and general contemporary folk and popular material.

  • SHE Choir, King's Cross, London A vibrant women's choir singing original arrangements of pop, indie, rock and other genres. It's completely free to join, and we don't audition - no experience necessary. We're always open to new members so come along to our next meeting! We meet every Monday, 7pm, upstairs at the Star of Kings pub in Kings Cross - 126 York Way, London N1 0AX (nearest tube King's Cross)

  • SHE Choir, Manchester, Lancashire A vibrant women's choir singing original arrangements of pop, indie, rock and other genres. It's completely free to join, and we don't audition - no experience necessary. We're always open to new members so come along to our next meeting! We rehearse every Wednesday night, warm up starts on at 6pm at the Pub/Zoo

  • SHE Choir, Newcastle A vibrant women's choir singing original arrangements of pop, indie, rock and other genres. It's completely free to join, and we don't audition - no experience necessary. We're always open to new members so come along to our next meeting! We meet every Wednesday, 6:30 – 8:00 pm at The Bike Garden, Studley Terrace, Newcastle upon Tyne NE4 5NU.

  • Sheffield Bach Society They perform choral works not only by Bach, but also by a wide range of composers from before Bach's time up to the present day. 6 major regular concerts per season, plus others by invitation

  • Sheffield Cathedral Choir Cathedral Choir of boys, girls and men, singing daily services in Sheffield Cathedral and undertaking regular recordings, tours and broadcasts

  • Sheffield Cathedral Schola Cantorum Sheffield Cathedral Schola Cantorum is a choir designed to give young adult sopranos, particularly (but not exclusively) university undergraduates, an opportunity to sing liturgically within the pattern of Cathedral worship. Schola Cantorum also sings concerts, at the Cathedral and other venues around the city and region, and broadcasts on BBC Radio 4's Daily Service programme.

  • Sheffield Chamber Choir, Yorkshire We are available to hire for wedding ceremonies, funerals and other special occasions. As well as making regular cathedral visits we are always happy to sing at churches that do not have a choir in residence. Let us know if your church has a special service coming up, or would enjoy a taste of Choral Evensong! We also love to get involved with fund-raising for charities and church restoration projects by giving concerts from our extensive and varied repertoire.

  • Sheffield Community Choir, Yorkshire The Sheffield Community Choir is open to all members of the Sheffield Community and also people from surrounding areas. All are welcome to join the choir, regardless of your singing ability. Meet new people, share in laughter and fun, form lasting friendships with other members, become part of the SCC family.

  • Sheffield Community Gospel Choir, Yorkshire We are a group of people dedicated to spreading God’s word by doing what we love to do -singing! Please explore our web site to find out more about us. We are always ready to welcome new members, so if you feel this might be for you, then we’d love to hear from you.

  • Sheffield Ladies' Barbershop Harmony Chorus They sing for all sorts of occasions, and have lots of fun too
  • Sheffield Oratorio Chorus, Yorkshire The Chorus was formed in Sheffield in 1949 and the season 2003 - 2004 will be its 55th season. We are seeking to recruit new chorus singers in all voices during the season. 

  • Sheffield Philharmonic Chorus, Yorkshire The current choir  was formed in 1935, but its origins are much older. Sheffield, like many towns and cities in Yorkshire, has a long and distinguished tradition of music-making, particularly with its choruses. The Philharmonic Chorus was formed from two choirs dating back to the middle of the Victorian period. the Sheffield Amateur Musical Society, founded in 1864 and the Sheffield Musical Union founded in 1876.

  • Sheffield Rock Choir, Yorkshire
  • Sheffield Socialist Choir, Yorkshire  Our choir comes out of a singing evening class, organised by the Workers' Education Association in Sheffield, UK. Our choir has been singing for freedom, justice and peace around the world since 1988.  We sing at demonstrations, political events, concerts and on the streets.  No auditions
  • Sheffield Young Singers, Yorkshire Sheffield Young Singers is a leading community youth choir.  We have been providing high quality singing workshops and performance opportunities for young people aged 7 - 18 for 10 years.

  • Shelfield Male Voice Choir 70 strong male voice choir based near Walsall. Continental tours include Austria, France, Holland and Spain. This year we are visiting Prague.
  • Shepway Community Gospel Choir, Hythe, Kent We are a community Gospel Choir, open to all ages, male and female, without discrimination and without audition, and we appeal to those who are simply after a fun couple of hours singing good gospel music in the company of like-minded people. The Musical Director is Wes Carroll, a highly qualified individual who combines his musical ability with humour to enthuse even the most timid of voices to sing from the heart.Our practices are held in The Salvation Army hall, Portland Rd, Hythe, at no expense to the choir members, and there are numerous events throughout the year at which the gospel choir features.

  • Shepway Singers, Hythe, Kent Shepway Singers is a choral group formed (under the name the ‘Hythe Chamber Choir’) in the mid-1970s to perform choral music requiring about twenty four competent singers. The choir’s rehearsal base is St Leonard’s Church, Oak Walk, Hythe (CT21 5DN), and it takes its name from the Local Authority in which Hythe is situated.

  • Shepway Voices, Folkstone, Kent Shepway Voices was set up in 2011 by musical directors Duncan Moris and Alex McNeice to give every adult throughout Shepway the chance to join a choir. The choir is free to join and attend, there are no auditions or boundaries to entry and the choir will perform a minimum of three concerts a year.

  • Sherborne Chamber Choir, Sherborne, Dorset An auditioned choir of about 40 singers from Sherborne and the surrounding region. It was formed 25 years ago and has a varied and wide repertoire, both sacred and secular, ranging from the Renaissance to the present day. The choir performs three major concerts a year, mostly in Sherborne Abbey, although the choir has also undertaken overseas engagements  Paris, Siena and Bruges.
  • Sheringham and Cromer Choral Society, Norfolk Founded in 1933 under the late Norman Cutting, Sheringham and Cromer Choral Society draws its membership chiefly from the two towns as well as neighbouring towns and villages along the North Norfolk coast and inland. Over the decades we have enjoyed the musical direction of a variety of conductors all of whom have strived to maintain a high standard. The choir has performed a wide-ranging repertoire, mostly choral works but sometimes venturing into operatic and other genres.
  • Shetland Choral Society, Scotland  Shetland Choral Society has been singing regularly in Shetland since the 1940's but existed in other forms well before that. In the 1990's it changed its name from Lerwick Choral Society to Shetland Choral Society to reflect the fact that it draws members from all over the Islands

  • Shifnal and District Male Voice Choir, Shifnal, Shropshire A choir of 25+ members, founded in 1957 at the White Hart Inn, Shifnal in Shropshire. Its motto is "Spread a little happiness everywhere you go with song and laughter".
  • Shifnal Chorale, Shropshire Shifnal Chorale is a mixed voice choir based in Shifnal, where we rehearse every Monday evening at the Shifnal Methodist church: we give concerts across Shropshire, usually in Shifnal, Albrighton, Broseley, Wellington and Much Wenlock. Shifnal Chorale presents concerts of serious musical works at regular intervals throughout the year, with a traditional Christmas carol concert in the Christmas term and a programme of lighter music in the summer term.

  • Shine On Ladies Choir, Dore, Yorkshire The Shine on choir meets at Dore on Tuesdays 7.30pm and Ladies if you want to sing with confidence and conviction and of course expert coaching, Join the Choir. (you do not need to be able to read music or Audition). We have an amazing atmosphere at the Shine on choir  we do a light four minute funky physical warm up and then its on to voval warm up and repertoire. We  have ladies from all walks of life who come together in song. We laugh we talk but make no mistake we do have a burning desire to sound good so watch out world here come the Divas!

  • Shiney Row Male Voice Choir, Co. Durham Founded in 1959, and now more than 50-strong, it performs for charities, churches & other organisations throughout NE England.
  • Shirley Community Gospel Choir, Solihull, West Midlands 

  • Shoreham Oratorio Choir, West Sussex The choir has approximately 50-60 members, who come from Shoreham and further afield.
  • Shoreham Singers, Kent We’re a small, friendly SATB group singing the choral repertoire. All new singers most welcome. We meet on Monday at 8pm in Shoreham Village School (Kent), giving a winter concert of seasonal music in Shoreham Parish Church in early December, and joining forces with the Hurst Green Singers to sing a larger programme in Hurst Green Surrey in May and in Shoreham in June.

  • Shout Chorus, Crawley, Sussex A funky choir in Crawley, singing Soul, Gospel and Groove Classics. No Music Reading. First Session Free, no auditions. Wednesdays, 7.30 pm, St Andrews Church, Furnace Green.

  • Shout Rhythm & Blues Choir, Stratford upon Avon, Warwickshire  We are 30 strong with our own 6 piece band, based in Stratford upon Avon, Warwickshire

  • Shrewsbury Cantata Choir, Shropshire We are a mixed, non-audition choir, with approximately 60 members, and usually perform three major concerts in a year, together with carol singing, and occasional exchanges with continental choirs.  Our repertoire includes large-scale classical choral works, madrigals, part songs and specifically commissioned pieces.  We also offer workshops, for example on opera choruses, which have proved very popular.

  • Shrewsbury Choral Society, Shropshire A mixed choir of approx 110 members, formed in 1941 but continuing a choral tradition in Shrewsbury dating back to 1783. Performs mainly traditional choral works, with occasional lesser known works. Two concerts a season, one with orchestral accompaniment and the other with organ.
  • Shrewsbury Male Voice Choir, Shropshire Initially this choir was called the 'Rolls Royce (Shrewsbury) Male Voice Choir' before becoming the 'Perkins Engines Male Voice Choir' and finally Shrewsbury Male Voice Choir in 1990.

  • Shrewsbury Police Male Voice Choir, Shropshire Now with nearly 50 members, the choir has been in existence since 1983. New members don't need to be policemen!

  • Shrewsbury Youth Gospel Choir, Shropshire Our incredibly gifted youth worker, Andy Lowe, has recently launched a brand new s-yfc project: our first ever inter-school youth gospel choir.

  • Shropshire Got2Sing Adult Contemporary Choir. Fun and friendly contemporary choirs at locations across the Midlands including Stourbridge, Worcester, Wolverhampton, Bewdley, Telford, Shrewsbury, Hereford and Gloucester. The relaxed weekly sessions provide members with tuition in vocal technique, harmony and performance as they sing songs from the world of pop, the classics and musical theatre. There are also unique performance opportunities, concerts, workshops, social events and choir tours. You don’t need to audition, have any singing experience or be able to read music – just a love of singing! Simply turn up for a FREE taster session to see if Got 2 Sing is for you. Anyone 18 and over is welcome.

  • Shuffletunes, Fleet, Hampshire is a different kind of choir. You don't have to consider yourself good at singing to join us. You might just want to try developing your singing voice in a safe, fun environment. What the choir sings is up to its members. This of course means that it has its own flavour! Shuffletunes aims to be a live, fun, rewarding and fulfilling choir, for its members and its audiences.

  • Siancio Singers, Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland A new mixed voice choir starting in September. Repertoire will cover a broad range of music including gospel, jazz, folk, world music and classical. No choral experience is necessary, just a love of singing and the ability to sing in tune.  No auditions.

  • Sidmouth Choral Society, Devon Sidmouth Choral Society is an amateur choir based in Sidmouth, Devon.  We were founded in 1856 and perform two major concerts per year, one in the Spring and the other in December. We are a friendly group of around 60 singers, meeting one evening per week for about 10 weeks before each concert.

  • Sidmouth Gospel Choir, Devon An inclusive, community choir, under Christian leadership but open to people of any faith or even none at all. SGC sing contemporary gospel with an authentic, ‘big’ sound and an infectious, heartwarming feel. Above all, we enjoy what we do!

  • Sidmouth Occasional Choir, Devon Sidmouth Occasional Choir is an ad hoc group of singers centred principally on Sue and Martyn Daldorph’s family and their friends. It has grown out of their joint love of music and the many occasions in the past when they have sung together in Claygate Choral Society concerts whilst Martyn was its Musical Director. Many of the singers are former Cambridge Choral Scholars; others are drawn from among the best of Devon’s choirs and sing by invitation.

  • Signature, Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire An award-winning female vocal group singing challenging a cappella close harmony in a variety of styles from bluesy ballads and popular classics to barbershop. 

  • Signature Show Choir, Ebbw Vale, Gwent Formed in 2010, this modern small choir of girls is under the musical directorship of Richard Summers and Craig James. We are available for concerts in the UK, and in a short time have performed with the likes of Alfie Boe and Hayley Westenra.

  • Silson Singers, Whittlebury, Nr Towcester, Northants A choir for beginner singers of any age. Set up for people who have always wanted to sing but had been told they can't. No music reading required, everyone is welcome.

  • Silurian Choir, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire A 50 strong choral society formed in 2002. We aim to perform music from the early baroque through to contemporary, included both well loved and less familiar works.

  • Silver City Singers, Aberdeen We are The Silver City Singers! An Aberdeen based male voice chorus. Our singing style is Acappella (mainly in the barbershop style). We love singing in harmony and want everyone to enjoy it as much as we do. We have sung to many types of audiences; to large or small groups, in retirement homes or concert halls, nursing homes, or church halls. We sing at weddings and funerals, we sing in the street. We can sing for You!"

  • Silver Lining, Coventry A Coventry & Warwickshire based chorus for women of all ages singing in acapella harmony, barbershop style.  We welcome visitors to our rehearsals so that you can see if this style of singing excites you.  Please look at our web site which has lots of photos and will give you an idea of our chorus activities.
  • Simply Allsorts, Staffordshire Simply Allsorts meets at All Saints Church, Madeley every Thursday 7.30 – 9pm in term time. This is a community choir, open to all who want to sing, with no auditions. We sing a wide variety of music including African, Gospel, Jazz, Swing and Blues, folk music, popular ballads, songs from shows and light classics. There is something to suit everyone and as most singers do not read music we work mainly in 2 or 3 part harmony with the occasional adventure into 4 part harmony just to keep us on our toes and challenge us. The group is friendly and the rehearsals are fun! 

  • Simply Sing Community Choir, King's Lynn, Norfolk  (formerly the Hanse Community Choir) A a community choir based in King's Lynn. We meet every Tuesday from 7pm to 9pm at Holy Family Church, Field Lane, Gaywood, King's Lynn and welcome anyone who'd like to give singing a try. We sing music from England, America and around the world, and all songs are learned by ear, so there is no need to read music, and everyone can join, whether they've sung previously or not. We are a friendly informal group and offer a first free taster session to potential new members.

  • Sine Nomine (Touring Choir) Perhaps unique in including many singers who are themselves conductors. For instance, two of them have won the British Federation of Young Choirs' Conductor of the Year Award, and six are Sainsbury's Choir of the Year award winners
  • Sine Nomine Singers, Hillingdon, London We are a small chamber choir of 20-25 singers founded 59 years ago, based in the London borough of Hillingdon. We enjoy a wide repertoire of secular and sacred music, which includes major choral works, madrigals, motets, part-songs and choral arrangements.

  • Sine Nomine Youth Choir, Gloucester Sine Nomine Youth Choir is open to children and young adults aged 9 to 20 located in Gloucester, Cheltenham and surrounding areas.

  • Sinfonia Chorale, Nottingham The Sinfonia Chorale is one of the best chamber choirs in the East Midlands, with a reputation for expressive and exciting choral singing and a varied and ambitious repertoire. We perform several times each year in a number of different venues in Nottingham and the surrounding area under the highly capable baton of our conductor, Richard Roddis.  Entry is by audition and we're always looking out for Tenors and Basses

  • Sing! Bentley Heath, Solihull, West Midlands Sing! Bentley Heath is a community choir meeting on Thursday evenings during term time at Dorridge Junior School.  It is open to everyone – no auditions or prior singing experience is necessary and we sing a variety of songs and styles from pop to swing. There is no obligation to perform in concerts or in public so come along and join in the fun singing with our friendly choir.

  • Sing! Ladies Choir, Fleckney, Leicestershire There is no experience needed and you don’t have to be able to read music. We cover all musical genres from West End to Pop and Rock.

  • Sing Aloud, Staffordshire A new vocal group for 10 -14 year olds in the North Staffordshire area.

  • Sing Devon, Exeter

  • Sing Devon, Plymouth

  • Sing for Joy, Bloomsbury, London Sing for Joy Bloomsbury is for people with Parkinson’s Disease and similar conditions, friends and carers. We meet at 4.45pm most Wednesday evenings in the chapel of the National Hospital for Neurological Diseases, Queen Square, London WC1N 3BG.

  • Sing for Joy, Kentish Town, London Sing for Joy Kentish Town is a self-managed community choir of around 25 people with conditions such as Parkinson’s Disease and Multiple Sclerosis, including active helpers and carers. Singing for Joy with like-minded people in a relaxed safe atmosphere makes us feel better – whether we think we can sing, or not.

  • Sing for Life, Spennymoor, County Durham We are an open community choir for adults. Durham. No experience of reading music is required and new members will be mentored by an experienced member in their vocal group. We currently have 40 members and always welcome newcomers. Our wide repertoire includes modern pop music, songs from the shows, local north east songs and traditional favourites. We meet on Monday afternoons in term time at Spennymoor Leisure Centre, County Durham from 1.00pm to 3.00pm. We do 3 concerts a year, sometimes with another local choir.

  • Sing for your Lunch, London, EC2M e-mail only: contact Hannah Griffith Why not swap sandwiches at your desk for an energising lunch hour of group singing in parts? Sing for your Lunch is a singing group that offers you the opportunity to enhance your singing and performing skills in your lunch hour. Whether you’re a seasoned singer or more of a shower soloist, new members are always welcome and no previous experience is required. Led by experienced jazz singer and workshop leader Laka D, the sessions are fun and relaxed. Sing for your Lunch is a collaboration between Spitalfields Festival and Bishopsgate Institute.
  • Sing for your Lungs, London Free to all with COPD, Asthma or other lung conditions, Thursdays 3-4pm, Whittington Hospital, Physiotherapy Gym, London N19 5NF. Research shows that singing can help people with respiratory conditions in a number of ways including exercising the major muscle groups in the

    the upper body, improving the efficiency of the cardiovascular system and improving oxygen intake leading to increased alertness. Through singing, vocal exercise and postural work led by experienced music therapists, those attending the group may see an improvement in their symptoms.

  • Sing for Your Supper, Derby If you can't sing it... wing it; Our newly discovered motto! We love singing but hey, if it goes wrong, at least we carry on singing and smiling. Our choir has a range of talents and singing abilities but all are equally welcome. We sing in 2,3 and 4 part harmony but you won't find us singing your typical Choral songs. Our aim is to sing unexpected songs, to challenge ourselves and to have fun in the process! If you can hold a tune, enjoy singing and want to join a relaxed yet challenging choir, then come along and join in a rehearsal.

  • Sing it Loud, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire. A not for profit, no audition community choir for people that love to sing.

  • Sing It! Gospel Choir, Southampton A Youth Gospel Choir open to All aged 13 - 25. We operate in the Southampton area.

  • Sing Out Bristol Sing Out Bristol – LGBT choir – and it would be good to be listed on your site if that's at all possible. We meet every Tuesday and have about 28 members now (all different abilities - we don't audition or expect singers to read music) with new people joining all the time. We've just had our first public performance this weekend.  

  • Sing Out Streatham, London A friendly community choir that meets every Thursday evening in Streatham. No experience needed. Voices of all shapes and sizes required. Come and find your voice at Sing Out Streatham. We meet at Dunraven School, Leigham Court Road. Sessions run Thursday from 7.30 - 9.00pm.

  • Sing! Sing! Sing! Community Choir, South Norfolk. email only: contact thomastbonsell@aol.com We meet at Bergh Apton Village Hall on Thursday evenings between 7.30 and 9PM. We sing pop songs between the 40s and 00s. We welcome singers of all abilities. Our main focus is to achieve the 'feel good factor' through the art of singing!

  • Sing Squad, Aldershot, Hampshire A contemporary choir. Modern songs, no audition, try us out for free. Mondays fortnightly 7.30-9pm at Connaught Leisure centre, Aldershot.

  • Sing Streatham Community Choir, SW16 5WX We are a friendly, informal choir of all ages.  Our conductor is Nina Richardson.  No experience nor audition is required.  We meet at Woodmansterne Primary School, Stockport Road, Streatham Vale, London, SW16 5XE on Monday, 7.00-8.15pm, in school term time.   

  • Sing Tower Hamlets, East London Sing Tower Hamlets is an community choir open to all regardless of experience! There are no auditions and no requirements. Whether you are a seasoned performer, or more of the shower-singer type,  if you love to sing and your are in the area - join us! 

  • Sing Winchester, Hampshire Sing Winchester is an a cappella world music choir which started in January 2009.  We sing folk songs from around the world, usually in 3 or 4-part harmony and in their original language.  We currently have about 25 members.

  • Sing with Pride, Norwich, Norfolk Welcome to Sing with Pride from Norwich. We are the choir from the LGBT community for everyone. We sing in harmony to celebrate diversity and challenge inequality. Our members include people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender, as well as our friends, families and straight allies.

  • Sing Wokingham Community Choir Our original choir formed in 2007, is now our first daytime choir and we have timed it to accommodate parents with children at pre-school, along with those who prefer to attend a daytime group. It may be the case that this choir could be a great introduction to choral singing as it is smaller, but no less sociable. With the same varied repertoire as our Bracknell choir, our members took part in the March 2016 concert of The Voyage.  There are no auditions to overcome, just a willingness to become part of the enjoyment and get the ‘buzz’ that good singing can give you.

  • Singcronize, Calne, Wiltshire Singchronize is a friendly community choir based in Calne, Wiltshire. We sing modern songs with percussion rhythms, like Resistance by Muse, One Day Like This by Elbow, Bring Me to Life by Evanescence and Tender by Blur. We meet up every Thursday evening during term time in Calne Town Hall, from 8 – 9:30pm. You don’t need to audition, and everyone over 12 years old is welcome, so come along and join us! Our choir is led by musical directory Sarah Mouillé and our singing is supported by a double bass and drums to bring our music to life! Singchronize was formed in May 2010, when local residents told Sarah that they would love to have a modern choir in Calne. Following lots of local publicity, over 60 people turned up for the first rehearsal, and the choir has gone from strength to strength ever since.

  • Singers Inspired, Downham Market, Norfolk The choir emerged as a local Community Choir in November 2004, a year after being set up by a charitable organisation as a result of one year grant funding. It is a secular a cappella choir which meets from 7.00 to 9.00 on Thursday evenings during term time at Downham Market Methodist Church Hall.  The choir is open to all and is of varied musical abilities.  The members (currently 38) enjoy singing together for fun and relaxation. As a community choir Singers Inspired aims to perform two annual concerts, one during Spring Bank Holiday week and one at Christmas.  In addition individual requests are considered favourably whenever feasible.

  • Sing2together, Pelsall, West Midlands We are sing2gether, the exciting new community choir everyone is talking about in the West Midlands! Our mixed choir (age 13+) at meets at Pelsall Community Centre, Station Road, Pelsall from 7.15pm – 8.45pm every Tuesday during each term. Our friendly and fun choir provides a fantastic opportunity to find your voice and learn fantastic songs new and old as part of a contemporary community choir. No auditions or difficult song sheets to learn, everyone is welcome to join. With social events and live performances planned each year you’ll wonder why you didn’t join sooner!!

  • Singers4All Choirs, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire Singers4All offers training, singing opportunities, workshops and tuitions for singers of all standards and abilities. Directed by soprano Fiona Firth, Singers4All comprises several different groups, and sings for varied concerts and events. The Pop Up Choir is an auditioned mixed voice choir for confident singers with competent sight singing who learn quickly, meeting roughly once a month. Voice Band is a mixed voice group for 7-13 year olds, which meets at 5-6 on Mondays during term time. The Festival Choir is an unauditioned community choir with rehearsals in Spring and Summer for annual Prom concert.

  • Sing4Fun, Newport, Shropshire One of the regions most exciting, FUN choir for men and women of all ages, singing popular songs and having fun! The repertoire is chosen by the members and there is a great atmosphere within the group who enjoy singing together. First night is completely FREE and there are NO AUDITIONS. Thursday nights - Burton Borough School Newport.

  • Singing for Fun, Crowborough, East Sussex A 45 member ladies choir who enjoy singing a wide range of music, performing concerts to raise money for charity. Emphasis is put on enjoyment and we work in a relaxed but productive manner.

  • Singing for Fun, Stockport, Greater Manchester  Community Singing Group, every 2 weeks on a Tuesday, 8-9pm - £2 includes refreshments. No singing experience or music knowledge needed - just come and sing with other people. The sessions are fun and easy going with a variety of songs. The singing group is at Stockport Music Academy in the town centre of Stockport. 

  • Singing for Pleasure, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire An amateur 70 voice mixed voice choir whose sole aim is to raise funds for charities by performing concerts around the UK and even Europe. We have a vast repertoire of music ranging from songs from the shows and ballads to light classics. Singing for Pleasure are a unique choir who enjoy turning musical notes into pound notes.
  • Singing for the Soul, Exeter, Devon: e-mail only: contact singingforthesoul@live.co.uk Thursdays 7-9 pm (St Mary Arches Church, Mary Arches Street, EX4 3AZ)

  • Singing for the Soul, Weston Super Mare, Somerset: e-mail only: contact singingforthesoul@live.co.uk Wednesdays 6-8 pm (The For All Healthy Living Centre, Lonsdale Ave BS23 3SJ)

  • Singing in London, Highgate & Islington, North London Singing in London offers an alternative to the traditional choir in a form of a membership club, which is catered for people of all levels of singing, no auditions and no requirement to read music. The repertoire is based on Broadway & West-End Musicals. There are regular public and in-house performances where the members are featured as a chorus and solo singing. Singing in London also provides vocal coaching workshops to train amateur singers from scratch and to build up their skills and confidence. The workshops runs for six weeks on an intensive level and they help new members to learn vocal techniques before joining the clubs. The workshops are open for all. Currently there are two clubs in North London at Highgate and Islington. Members can participate at both clubs under one membership. Singing in London offers a free taster before joining.

  • Singing in the City, City of London, EC1A 4EU Whoever you are and however well you think you can sing, you are warmly welcomed to the Singing in the City website.  We sing songs from all around the world in 3 and 4 part harmony and are delighted with the result. Our members range from absolute beginners to the very experienced, with one thing in common – we love to sing! We are a fast growing, London based choir with an enthusiastic and motivated membership.  We run as a co-operative and all members are encouraged to have a say in repertoire and the running of the choir.

  • Singing In The Park, Manchester A weekly outdoor singing group for adults. All abilities are welcome, so if you enjoy singing and you like to get out into the fresh air, come along! Parents, you are welcome to bring your babies along while you sing. Thursdays, 11am-12 noon - Alexandra Park, Manchester, M16 7JL. - Meet at the Pavilion Building facing the lake.

  • Singing It Back Choirs, Kingston  upon Thames, Surrey. Are you an adult who loves to sing ?  No need to read music as all songs are taught by listening and 'singing it back'. In other cultures singing is an everyday part of life, a way of binding communities.  Come and join one of our groups where we enjoy songs from all over the world in 3 and 4 part harmony.  

  • Singing Stellas, The Sage, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear Develop your vocal skills and harmony singing in a friendly and enjoyable atmosphere, singing a wide variety of musical styles. Payable weekly in advance or on the door. Please note this group is for women only.

  • Singology, South and Central London Singology was originally founded as a vocal coaching company by Mark De-Lisser in 2000 to provide singing opportunities and tuition to people of all ages. The success of this first venture, and Mark’s passion for choir singing, led to the opening of the very first Singology Choir in 2004. Ever since, Singology Choirs have been growing in members and multiplying across London, and we now have nine branches opening their doors every week.

  • SINGsational Voices, Hampshire Formed in Sept 2013, a mixed adult community choir based in Fareham, Southampton, Curdridge and Chandlers Ford.  Singing pop, soul, jazz, gospel, world music and more.

  • Sirens of Titan Choir, Glasgow, Scotland We are a mixed-voice, community choir based in the West End of Glasgow. We have performed at many of Glasgow's major venues and at a number of prestigious international events in the city. Our repertoire is extremely varied ranging from 11th century plainchant to songs by David Bowie and beyond. We perform many works by living composers and, in our three or so years of existence, have commissioned around thirty new works in a variety of styles.

  • Sittingbourne Orpheus Choral Society, Kent Sittingbourne Orpheus Choral Society were formed in 1945 and are located in Sittingbourne, Kent, England, with around 90 active members. We meet weekly on Tuesday evenings, during school term time, to rehearse in preparation for our three or four major concerts each year. Our repertoire ranges from classical through to more contemporary styles. All of our income is derived from members' subscriptions, ticket sales and fund raising activities. Our Members are active in the local community, singing at various events throughout the year, such as charity carol singing and weddings. We welcome new members, without audition, and will be pleased to hear from anyone interested in joining.

  • Sitwell Singers, Derby A mixed voice chamber choir, originally form in 1966, singing a wide repertoire from the Renaissance to the present day - mostly a cappella but sometimes with early music ensembles.  There have been seven resident, and some guest, conductors. The choir has worshipped and performed in Cathedrals, Churches, Stately Homes and Village Halls in Derbyshire and further afield. Currently there are 28 members and a few of the original members still singing with us. We are a friendly bunch and rehearse at St. John's Church, Bridge St., Derby on Monday nights at 8pm.
  • Skelldale Singers Community Choir, Ripon, North Yorkshire Skelldale Singers is a friendly, enthusiastic choir who enjoy singing all kinds of music. We sing a wide variety of music, usually three or four part harmony, ranging from African and Gospel to popular show music and light classics. There are no auditions and you do not need to be able to read music. We meet in Ripon (Allhallowgate Methodist Church Hall) on Tuesday evenings from 7.30 - 9.30 pm term time only from September to June.

  • Skipton Choral Society, North Yorkshire We have been running for two years under the auspices of Skipton Camerata, but now are establishing ourselves  as a amateur  Choral Society. We rehears on Monday evenings in the main Hall at Skipton Girls High School. We rehearse on a Monday evening 7-9pm during term time. We give 3-4 concerts a year. We welcome new members. We are a medium sized Choral society of 50-60 members. over the last two years we have performed Haydn’s Creation, Vaughan Williams Mass, Dvorak Mass, Rossini Petite Messe Solonelle, Mendlessohn’s Elijah & recently Bach St John’s Passion. Our current rehearsal are for Beethoven’s Choral for Skipton Festival & a mixture of opera choruses & Last night material for A Last Night of the Proms Concert as part of Grassington Festival.
  • Skipton Ladies Choir, North Yorkshire We are a very friendly and enthusiastic group who share a love of singing. We enjoy experiencing a broad range of musical styles from many different eras. Our talented and dedicated director, Glyn Evans, enables us to achieve a very high standard in even the most challenging of pieces and provides us with original arrangements.
    We meet during term times every Thursday evening from 8 pm to 9.30 pm in the Music Dept of Ermysted's Grammar School on Gargrave Road, Skipton
  • Skolia Choir & Orchestra, Notting Hill, London The choir is made up of approximately 40 local residents, drawn together by a love of singing. We perform major works from the choral repertoire, aiming always to perform from memory.
  • Sleaford Choral Society, Lincolnshire Sleaford Choral Society is 90 strong and gives four concerts a year in St.Denys' Church, Sleaford, Lincolnshire. Rehearsals are from 7.15 to 9.15 on Wednesdays in Northgate Methodist Church, Sleaford.
  • Sloane Square Choral Society, London  An unauditioned choir with a brilliant social side.  Directed by Oliver Lallemant, with vocal consultant Ben Williamson and aided by four choral scholars.  We rehearse every Monday from 7 till 9 at Holy Trinity, Sloane Square, performing one concert a term.  No need to contact: just turn up!

  • Slough Philharmonic Society The Slough Phil ranks fifth in size of combined adult orchestras and choirs nationwide.
  • Snaith & District Choral Society, E Yorkshire Draws its membership from the Selby-Goole area, performing 3 times a year. It meets on Thursday evenings 7-9 p.m. in Wesley Place, Snaith. No audition, but ability to read music appreciated
  • Solent City Chorus, Portsmouth, Hants We have been formed since the 1970's, and have competed in the National Barbershop Contest for many years, but would like us to be known as an 'a capella' harmony chorus. 

  • Solent Male Voice Choir, Portsmouth, Hampshire Originated as the Portsmouth Post Office Choir in 1961 by a group of postmen who enjoyed singing while sorting mail. The President of the Choir is Opera Singer Elizabeth Bainbridge.
  • Solent Tuneless Choir, Fareham, Hampshire Solent Tuneless Choir will launch on Tuesday 9th May 2017, at the hall at Holy Rood Church Centre, Gosport Road, Stubbington, Fareham, PO14 2AS. Choir sessions will be held weekly every Tuesday from 7.30pm until 9pm during school term times. Like all Tuneless Choirs, the aim will be to allow people to enjoy group singing without the need to worry what they sound like.  We literally will be “singing like no one is listening” – it’s incredibly liberating, especially if you’ve ever been told to stop singing. Join in wholeheartedly and your endorphins will start flowing.  These are the brain’s feel-good chemicals – the name is short for “endogenous morphine” – and the reason why singing with others has been shown to increase life satisfaction.  
  • Solid Harmony Choir, Newham, East London Young people's choir with over 35 members aged 9 - 19 from schools and colleges across the borough. The members of the choir take pride in singing all kinds of music, from Gospel, R n'B and Rock, to folk, World Music and classical.
  • Solihull Chandos Choir, West Midlands A busy and friendly choir, 100+ strong, giving 5 concerts a year locally, as well as touring regularly round the UK and abroad
  • Solihull Choral Society, Solihull, W. Midlands Solihull Choral Society is a mixed choir of some 55 members. Under the skilled leadership of its professional Music Director, Andrew Fletcher, the choir performs at least four concerts each year. The programmes draw mainly from the Baroque and Classical sacred choral repertoire, as well as including some music of twentieth-century composers such as Tippett and Bernstein. Whatever the repertoire, though, the goal is always the same: to create a blended, well-tuned sound worthy of a professional group.
  • Solway Singers, North Cumbria Solway Singers is a Cumbrian choir of approximately thirty people. We are based in North Cumbria, near the Scottish border. We rehearse in Longtown near Carlisle between September and May each year. Whilst we perform ‘classical’ music (particularly British) from madrigals to John Rutter, we are a fun and friendly group which enjoys practices as well as learning the music in time for performances!

  • Some Voices, Borough, London SE1 1JA Some Voices is all about the joy of singing. High energy rehearsals bring all kinds of voices together – powerful voices meet humble voices, cloud-busting voices sing with earth trembling voices. All are united to create a sound that lifts the spirit and hums through the soul long after the singing has stopped.

  • Some Voices, Holborn, London WC1N 3AH Some Voices is all about the joy of singing. High energy rehearsals bring all kinds of voices together – powerful voices meet humble voices, cloud-busting voices sing with earth trembling voices. All are united to create a sound that lifts the spirit and hums through the soul long after the singing has stopped.

  • Some Voices, Shoreditch, London E2 6DT Some Voices is all about the joy of singing. High energy rehearsals bring all kinds of voices together – powerful voices meet humble voices, cloud-busting voices sing with earth trembling voices. All are united to create a sound that lifts the spirit and hums through the soul long after the singing has stopped.

  • Somercotes Choral Society, Swanwick, Derbyshire We are a mixed choir of 40 voices singing 3 and 4 part harmony and our ages range from 20 to 80.  In 2011 we celebrate our 60th anniversary. We sing songs from the Shows, Musicals, Films and Popular songs Past and Present. If you are interested in joining the choir you would be made very welcome – (no auditions are required).

  • Somerset Chamber Choir The Somerset Chamber Choir includes a number of singers who have studied or are currently studying music at Music College or University. Many of these are active in the music profession as performers, teachers and administrators and the professional experience which they bring to the choir is both a considerable resource and strength
  • Somerset Hills Chorus, Taunton, Somerset. Award winning Ladies Barbershop group - part of Sweet Adelines International.
  • Somewhere2sing, Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire There is no audition or experience required, and certainly no obligation to sing on your own! Come for a good sing, develop a skill and have a laugh. We do tend to end up in the bar afterwards which is optional but highly recommended! We rehearse at Bishop's Stortford Rugby Football Club every Wednesday 7.30 pm - 9.00 pm

  • Somewhere2sing, Chestnut, Hertfordshire There is no audition or experience required, and certainly no obligation to sing on your own! Come for a good sing, develop a skill and have a laugh. We rehearse at Beaufort Suite, Bishop's College, Churchgate, Cheshunt, Waltham Cross EN8, every  Tuesday at 7.30pm - 9.30pm

  • Somewhere2sing, Hertford, Hertfordshire The informal adult choir for anyone who enjoys letting their voice out! Meet new friends, sing popular songs and feel at home in a group of 30+ members. Make it a social night and bring your friends for a good sing and a lot of fun. We meet at Hertford Theatre every Thursday at 7.30pm - 9.00pm

  • Somewher2sing, Stevenage, Hertfordshire The local singing group for anyone who enjoys letting their voice out! meet new friends, sing popular songs and feel at home in a group of 30+ members. We meet at Stevenage Arts & Leisure Centre every Monday 7.30 pm - 9.00 p.m.

  • Sonara (formerly Alfreton Ladies Choir), Alfreton, Derbyshire The vision of Alfreton Ladies Choir was to reflect the changes of the Twenty First Century. To this end a new name was democratically chosen after much deliberation, and a new web site created by Ben Barber. The exciting programmes, concerts and recordings that Sonara are now engaged in confirm that this new image is popular with all. An all female, non-auditioning choir, we currently rehearse on a Monday evening at 7.15p.m.. The rehearsals are held at the Post Mill Centre, South Normanton, DE55 2EJ. The ladies perform ten concerts a year locally, within the East Midlands and throughout England. Currently we have a twinning arrangement with the Shrewsbury Male Voice Choir and the Bristol Harmony Ladies Choir. We also have regular engagements with local male voice choirs
  • Songbirds Community Choir, Brighton, East Sussex We are a small, friendly and informal community choir. We meet weekly to sing a wide variety of music including traditional rounds, modern, pop and soul songs too.

  • Songbirds Choir, Cardiff, Wales We are Songbirds, a community choir for LBT+ people based in Cardiff. We were set up in 2012 and currently have around 35 members, but we always welcome new members! We rehearse every Monday at City United Reformed Church. We pride ourselves on our inclusivity and we aim to be a supportive and friendly group where members can have fun and make a beautiful sound!

  • Songbirds Choir, Crawley, Sussex Songbirds is an all-female choir based in Crawley, West Sussex. We are an 'easy-listening' choir with a repertoire mostly consisting of pop songs and songs from the musicals.  There are currently around 45 women in Songbirds who rehearse weekly on Mondays.  There are no auditions, just a friendly group of ladies who enjoy singing and socialising for good causes.
  • Songlines Choir, North London We are London’s largest world music choir. and have been raising the rafters in North London for just nearly two decades and in that time we have grown, mostly by word of mouth, from a tiny group of thirteen to a huge diverse choir of around seventy voices. Our members come from all walks of life and their commitment to – and enthusiasm for – singing world music in exhilarating harmony ensures that audiences and participants alike are uplifted and inspired. We believe that Songlines is much more than just a choir. As well as weekly rehearsals we organise singing camps and retreats, recording sessions, busking parties, holidays abroad, open workshops for all levels of experience and confidence, social events and musical evenings with international guests and teachers. We even have an improvisation group that creates amazing original material. We believe that everybody has a voice and should be encouraged to develop and enjoy it. We have been going so long – with several members of the original choir still with us – that we are probably a little advanced for absolute beginners to attempt ensemble harmony. However, if you can hold a tune and are willing to practice, come and give us a whirl. We don’t use written music so everything is taught by ear but we do expect all regular choir members to have a device to record their parts for home learning and practice.
  • Songways Community Choir, Somerset Songways choirs meet weekly in Bath and Trowbridge during term time: rewarding and absorbing singing sessions filled with rich harmonies, infectious fun, and calm beauty. No auditions and no need to read music.

  • SongWorks, Edinburgh, Scotland We are an Edinburgh community choir who meet weekly and sing for the sheer joy of it It's laid back and fun (Over 100 members - average weekly attendance 60)

  • Soon Amore, York, Yorkshire Soon Amore is York based a cappella choir.  We are an established choir with about 20 singers who like to sing a wide range of music from across the world and agesOur main aim is to enjoy singing and we like to share this by giving one or two concerts a year.  We rehearse on Monday evenings in York city centre.  We are open to new members, but in particular are interested in hearing from TB.

  • Sororitas, Cardiff Sororitas is latin for sisterhood and expresses the very essence of the choir. We sing a range of music and sometimes feel you need an epic dance move to make the performance. We are a non-auditioning choir and welcome ladies from all walks of life. If you are interested in joining please  get in touch, letting us know which part you prefer to sing (Alto, Soprano I or Soprano II… or if you aren’t sure we can help you decide!)

  • SOSA-XA! (Sounds of Southern Africa), Sheffield, Yorkshire. Natural voice choir, of 24 mixed voices, exploring the a cappella harmonies  and languages of Southern Africa in the isicathamiya tradition. The choir involves choroegraphed movement, isicathamiya means to step forward on tip toe,like a cat. This intercultural choir has its roots in the many cultures that have influenced vocal music in Southern Africa. Led by Mandla Sibanda  of Sunduza Dance Theatre.
  • Sotto Voce, Cheshire e-mail only: contact svoce@uwclub.net A group of singing friends who enjoy making a musical contribution to the atmosphere of a special occasion. Weddings a speciality.

  • Soul of the City, Brighton Soul of the City is a fun, new choir singing gospel, pop and soul. There are no auditions to join the choir and it's open to all levels of ability and experience, beginners welcome. With the sessions being up-beat and led by an experienced vocal tutor, you're bound to have a fantastic time. The Choir will meet every Tuesday 7.30 - 9.00pm Starting from 15th September.

  • Soul Symphony Choir, South Croydon, London We sing inspirational songs from around the world, genres Gospel to Classical.  We offer a safe atmosphere to discover and develop your natural singing voice. We firmly believe that everyone can sing, so all are welcome. Members nominate charities and causes to fundraise for in our Choir led concerts. Rehearsal are held on Tuesday evenings over a term.

  • SoulRoots Acappella, SoundWorks, Beauley Road, Southville, Bristol BS3 1NW SoulRoots Acappella is a brand new vocal project for adults, bringing songs of passion, power and soul! A vocal group (choir) that exemplifies a dynamic, enthusiastic and committed style of singing and performance that will engage and inspire audiences. In addition to learning beautiful songs and having fun, singers will also learn a great deal about healthy and effective vocal techniques. Thursdays 7- 9pm

  • Soundbytes, Ashtead, Surrey  A community choir. Rehearsals Tuesday eves. Modern popular songs in 3- and 4-part harmony. No audition and no need to read music. Informal fund-raising concert at the end of each term. (3 per year) New members welcome at the beginning of each term.

  • Sound Choir, London The idea of the choir came from some of Europe’s leading vocal music festivals, where contemporary repertoire commands the same skill, polish and poise as classical music (with a lot more soul and groove!) Our founders, Liz Swain and Woody Lewenstein, set out to create a new group with the same energy and ambition, bringing together 25 advanced singers from across London to create a completely new kind of choir.  And it’s turned into something we think is pretty special: a close-knit group of singers who not only push themselves vocally but support each other in a whole host of musical endeavours – from recording and arranging to coaching and session singing. So if you’d like to sing with us in places like the Southbank and the Roundhouse, and if you’re up for tackling some challenging but awesome repertoire, we’d love to hear from you!

  • Sound Company, Havering, London A four part, adult choir based at Havering Music School in Hornchurch, Greater London. The choir was originally founded by John Morris and is an opportunity for adults of all ages and backgrounds to come together and sing. Currently led by Mac Crawford, the choir sings a variety of music, including both choral and contemporary pieces.

  • Sound Company, Horsham , Sussex (aka Horsham Barbershop Harmony Club). We sing in four part harmony - lead (tune), tenor, baritone and bass - and most of our time, effort and concentration is on perfecting the Barbershop style of singing and performing. We all firmly believe that our role is to entertain our audience, whoever, wherever and whenever . . . and it's to that end we devote our passion, time and effort! We always sing in harmony - but sometimes our songs are timeless classics, easy-beat, rhythm, spirituals, pop etc 

  • Sound of Soul Choir, Bournemouth, Dorset An enthusiastic, friendly choir with a diverse repertoire ranging from the Beatles and Michael Jackson, to Taio Cruz and Jessie J;  combining perfect harmonies, a love of singing and unique vocal arrangements.

  • Sound Waves Community Choir, Hastings ‘Sound Waves’ is a not-for-profit community choir based in Hastings, East Sussex. We are a friendly group who just love singing together. We formed in January 2009 and currently have about 50 members. Unlike most other choirs, we have no permanent musical director; instead we invite MDs with different musical styles to lead us for a series of sessions, sometimes leading to a performance. We explore a wide range of songs and styles, either accompanied by piano or unaccompanied (a capella), depending on the current MD.

  • Sounds Deep Men's Choir, Forres, Morayshire, Scotland A men only community choir singing inspirational songs from around the World. Started in 2012. Co-led by David Harrison and Bill Henderson. I offer a safe atmosphere to discover and develop your natural singing voice. The choir is open to everyone, no auditions. No musical experience necessary, learning by ear. Think of the sound of a Welsh Male Voice Choir with some of the spirit of the Spookymen.

  • Sounds Familiar, Mold, Flintshire, Wales Sounds Familiar is a mixed voice choir with a repertoire consisting of well known sacred music, folk tunes, popular ballads (new and old) and items from the Musicals. We are growing in number and we are always ready to receive new members.  All you require is a love of singing, a sense of humour and the enjoyment of being part of a happy team. We rehearse in The United Reformed Church Hall, Tyddyn Street, Mold on Thursdays at 7.30 pm. You are welcome to come along to meet us if you are interested in joining the choir.

  • Sounds Familiar Community Choir, Cranfield, Bedfordshire Sounds Familiar are a local, friendly, ecumenical, community choir of about 35 mixed voices of all ages, ranging from the young to the young at heart. We all have a love of music and sing for fun. Our repertoire is very varied ranging from sacred, classical, show stoppers and popular music. We perform regularly at various charity fundraising events, the main one of these being the biennial Voices for Hospices. Our aim is to serve the local community by providing an inclusive environment which offers people of all ages, religious faith and denomination the opportunity to learn, rehearse, perform and enjoy a range of sacred and secular choral music together, aspiring to a high standard through commitment and dedication.  This aim is achieved through a range of fund-raising concerts and events in Cranfield and the local area purely for charitable purposes.

  • Sounds International, Glasgow Sounds International is a community singing group made up of around 100 like-minded people of all ages and walks of life, who share a common joy in singing. Founded in 2003 by professional vocal coach, Eddie Binnie, Sounds International has grown in size and stature over the years and won widespread respect and recognition for its ethos of promoting a closer understanding between people of all beliefs, nationalities and cultures through the unifying effect of music. 

  • Soundroutes Singers, Scotland SoundRoutes Singers are one choir spread over seven locations in central Scotland – Bearsden, Hamilton, Carluke and Motherwell and joined in 2016 by new groups in East Kilbride, Kirkintilloch and Paisley.  We sing a collection of folk, pop, roots, rock, world and gospel music. We don’t audition and welcome all – even those who think they can’t sing!

  • Soundswell, Bulwell, Nottingham A community choir who meet weekly in Bulwell Nottingham. Some how we have not made it on to your web site but we would like to be included. What info would you like about us? We have over 60 members, all ages and ability levels.. no auditions. The emphasis is on fun and a sense of well being. The repertoire is very varied,,, folk songs world music, pop etc.

  • South Bucks Choral Society, Chalfont St Peter About 100-strong, presenting 3 concerts a year, one of them being part of the Amersham Festival of Music.
  • South Berkshire Singers, Wokingham, Berkshire The purpose of the choir has evolved into one of providing support to other charitable organisations, and each year the Choir supports a particular charity. The Choir does not charge for its concerts but gives all proceeds raised through ticket and program sales to a chosen charity. Several times each year concerts are organised for the elderly in their sheltered accommodation. This programme continues to provide the members of the choir with the means to learn or improve their musical skills and hence improve on the high standards which we set for our choral performances. It also provides a social element where members come to enjoy each other's company each week, as well as attending the social events that are organised throughout the year.

  • South Chiltern Choral Society, Reading A choral society of about 120 members, originally founded in  1951 through the amalgamation of village choirs of Peppard and Kidmore End. The choir is a very active in both hosting choirs from other countries and also taking part in international concerts abroad.

  • South Devon Choir, Paignton, Devon A non-audition, mixed choir, about 80 strong founded in 1871.   3 concerts (usually one with the Festival Orchestra) in a season and strong links built with other Choirs in the county. Wide range of classical music performed. Warm welcome to new members.

  • South of England Festival Chorus, Cranleigh, Surrey The concert performance choir of the annual Cranleigh Choral Week.   Formerly based in Harrogate, this popular course run by Jeff & Fiona Wynn Davies has relocated to Cranleigh in Surrey.   Around 200 singers from around the country and abroad take part.   Concert venues include Ripon and Guildford Cathedrals and York Minster.
  • South Holland Singers, Spalding, Lincolnshire We are a medium sized, enthusiastic choir with about eighty members, enjoying a varied repertoire under the direction of MD Robin Carter, singing at a number of local venues in the Spalding  and surrounding area.

  • South London Choir, Balham, London We are a non auditioning choir and are led by dynamic American composer M J Paranzino. We've sang at the Royal Festival Hall a few times and are singing at the Hands Across the Nation concert at Westminster Hall in November. We always sing at the Brighton Festival and often do two other concerts a year. It's a community choir and often do community outreach, singing at local old folks homes and other areas.

  • South London Military Wives Choir, Kingston upon Thames, London Military Wives Choirs are all about bringing women in Forces communities closer together through singing. 

  • South London Singers, Beckenham 40-strong chamber choir, with programmes designed to complement, rather than compete with, those of larger choral societies. English music is a speciality.

  • South Oxhey Community Choir, Hertfordshire  Our aim is very simple, we are a fully inclusive choir that welcomes anyone of any age that has a connection to the community of South Oxhey.

  • South Pennine Singers, Burnley, Lancashire The 'South Pennine Singers' is a small chamber choir membership being drawn from accross the Burnley, Pendle and Rossendale areas. The choir performs a number of concerts each year in a variety of locations. Our repertoire is quite varied ranging from madrigals to modern - with many stops in between.

  • South Petherton Choral Society South Petherton Combined Arts Choir was formed in 1947 and draws its membership from South Petherton and the surrounding towns and villages. As its name suggests, it is part of South Petherton Combined Arts Society, but in all other respects it is a typical Choral Society. It has a membership of approximately 55 singers and gives 2 concerts each year, at Christmas and in the Spring. The Spring concert is given with professional soloists and orchestra.
  • South Somerset Choral Society, Ilminster, Somerset We are a friendly choir of about 80 people and the society has been established for nearly 40 years. New members who can hold a tune and who can sight read are always welcome - there are no auditions and singers are welcome to come and 'try us out'. 
  • South Wales Gay Mens Chorus SWGMC launched with a splash in early 2008, founded by current musical director Andy Bulleyment. Our first Coming Out concert on home turf formed part of the Cardiff Pride Celebrations later the same year. In the early days, we worked on finding our voice and finding audiences who were keen to hear a new breed of male voice choir. We sang at private events, in pubs, in churches, on the street. We found that people wanted to hear us, people who had forgotten the wonderful sound of male voices in harmony or hadn't even heard a male voice choir before, people of ages and backgrounds. Now we have about thirty regular chorus members and we all look forward to our busy schedule of performances booked throughout the year. We're very proud to be part of a strong Welsh heritage and proud to be playing an active role in the local community. At the heart of the choir is a passion for music, for expression, for fun and for connecting with our friends in South Wales and across the

  • South West Chamber Choir, Devon A group of some 25 voices, was formed in 1995. We have a wide-ranging repertoire of small-scale choral music including Elizabethan madrigals, Renaissance polyphony, Bach motets, sacred music by English and continental composers form the sixteenth to the twentieth century, romantic partsongs and works by contemporary composers such as Arvo Part and John Tavener. Much of or repertoire is sung unaccompanied.

  • South West Essex Choir, Loughton, Essex SWEC is a friendly, non-auditioned SATB choir of 100+ singers, performing at least three concerts a year with professional instrumentalists and soloists

  • South West London Choral Society An amateur choir of some 50 members established in 1886. We are pleased to welcome all voices. We ask only that you are enthusiastic, committed - and sing in tune.
  • South Yorkshire Police Male Voice Choir, Doncaster, Yorkshire The SYPMVC currently numbers around 30 singers, made up of retired police officers, civilian support staff, relatives and friends, meeting each Monday evening between 7.00pm - 9.00pm at Hallcross School, Thorne Road, Doncaster. Founded in 1925, and recognised as possibly the oldest police male voice choir in the country, we continue to enjoy singing and helping  raise money for many worthy causes.

  • Southam Melody Makers Ladies' Choir, Warwickshire We are a ladies’ choir with around 30 members from Southam and surrounding villages in Warwickshire. We have no auditions, so if you love singing and would like to join us please do come along and you will be made very welcome. We meet at Southam Primary School on Wednesday from 7.30 – 9.30 pm during term time.

  • Southampton Choral Society, Hampshire Southampton Choral Society (formerly known as Southampton Choral Union) was founded in 1943 by the late Ambrose Chalk, a very well-known and respected musician and conductor. The choir was initially a coming together of local Free Church choirs, but as the reputation grew it attracted many other singers. It has now became a major part of the cultural life of the city. 
  • Southampton Philharmonic Choir, Hampshire One of the oldest and most respected choirs in Southern England, we are a large choir performing choral music from the classical and contemporary repertoire with professional orchestras and soloists. We sing together with the Southampton University Choral Society, giving us a unique blend of youthful and experienced voices.
  • Southampton University Chamber Choir, Hampshire 25-30 singers who enjoy singing all sorts of music and having parties
  • Southampton University Singers, Hampshire
  • Southbank Singers, York A SATB group of between 30-40 singers based in York. South Bank Singers was formed in 2011 as an alternative to some of the more formal choirs around. We believed that it was possible to evolve a choir that did not have formal auditions yet retained a high standard despite the singers being neither professional nor trained musicians and this bore fruit and the choir continues to improve and grow stronger. Concerts are given around three times per year and are usually themed and nearly always to raise funds for local charities. Rehearsals are Tuesday evenings. Find us on Facebook @southbanksingers

  • Southbourne Community Choir, Hampshire Our choirs are great value for money compared to other activities like dance classes, gym membership, other clubs and activities. And it is much cheaper than many of the choirs operating around the UK. We also offer more than “singing sessions” because we include the extras mentioned. So, after your first free session, we charge a “per session” fee of £5.00.
  • Southend Bach Choir, Southend-on-Sea, Essex A long established Choral Society that performs all the major works in the repertoire, including Bach, Brahms, Elgar, Händel, Mozart, Vaughan-Williams, Verdi, etc; also madrigals and light music. New members are always welcome to join our friendly choir of currently approx. 65 people.
  • Southend Boys Choir, Essex  The Southend Boys’ Choir was formed in 1970, and is one of the best known in the UK. The choir has performed with major orchestras, including RPO, LSO, Philharmonia, City of London Sinfonia, BBC SO, and has made many highly acclaimed recordings. The choir consists of 80 boys aged 8 upwards from Southend and surrounding areas, who audition for their places in the choir. In 2003 the choir was successful in gaining financial support from National Foundation for Youth Music, to develop a programme of singing workshops across Southend called Sing 4 Life, involving many young people in the area.
  • Southend Festival Chorus, Essex At 130-strong, they're the largest Choral Society in the Southend area, specialising in the classical, romantic and modern choral repertoires. They sometimes tour abroad
  • Southend Girls' Choir, Essex The Southend Girls’ Choir was founded in 1988, and has since built an enviable reputation across the South East and further a-field. The Girls’ Choir holds the world record, as verified by the Guinness Book of Records, for performing a concert at the highest altitude in aeroplane, above the northern coast of Australia. The choir gave a 45 minute recital at a height of 36,000 feet, thus becoming the world record holders for such an event

  • Southend Vox, Essex Mixed voice choir with eclectic repertoire including show tunes, pop classics, spirituals and folk songs. Anyone 18+ is welcome regardless of previous experience in choirs - no need to be able to read music and no scary audition process. Come along and see if you like our fun and friendly group! 

  • Southern Acappella, Guildford, Surrey Southern Acappella was formed to satisfy a growing demand for mixed voice unaccompanied singing and has quickly gained a high momentum and a cadre of experienced singers from all over the South and Southeast on the country.

  • Southern Union Chorus, Bournemouth We are a friendly bunch of guys of all ages, sharing a passion for singing and having a lot of fun doing it. We sing barbershop, a unique form of four-part harmony singing performed unaccompanied in the “a cappella” style under the expert direction of Mike Lofthouse, a long-standing “barbershopper”

  • Southern Voices, Winchester, Hampshire Chamber choir founded in 1984, with a reputation for performing challenging and original programmes to a high standard.

  • Southfields Sings! London SW18 A friendly a cappella community choir in South West London, singing songs from around the world, in harmony and in their native tongues. There is no audition and no need to read music, all that's needed is a love of singing. We meet Tuesday evenings (during term times) 7:15 - 8:45pm at The Aspire Centre, 337 Merton Road, London SW18 5JU.

  • Southport Bach Choir Founded in 1965, Southport Bach Choir is a mixed voice choir of around 50 singers giving several concerts a year, mostly in Holy Trinity Church, Southport. Performances often include professional soloists and may be accompanied by organ, orchestra or instrumental ensemble.

  • Southrepps Chorale, Norfolk Founded in 2011. A friendly community choir of some 60 singers based in this north-Norfolk village near the seaside resort of Cromer. Singing a varied and eclectic repertoire, we give 2-3 concerts a year including an annual appearance at the Southrepps Classical Music Festival Musical director Stephen Richards is always interested to meet potential new members.

  • Southside Community Choir, Edinburgh Mixed voice adult community choir  

  • Southwark RC Cathedral Choir Past events in the choir's life have included the visit of Pope John Paul II. Its lively social life includes regular cinema visits and the inevitable trips to McDonalds, while the boys plan to be amongst the first to ride the new London Eye wheel, conveniently located just around the corner.
  • Southwell Choral Society, Southwell, Nottinghamshire A choir of 120+ conducted by Nick Thorpe, offering quality performances of the classical repertoire; concerts are held in the magnificent setting of Southwell Minster. We rehearse in the Minster School on Monday evenings 7.30 in term time. We have a thriving Junior Section.

  • Southwell Minster Chorale, Nottingham We are a voluntary choir which rehearses weekly, and performs primarily at Southwell Minster, whilst also touring to other venues every now and again. The choir celebrated its 20th anniversary last year, and has recently performed in the Lincoln Eastern Three Choir's Festival, Handel's Messiah in the Minster, and concerts and services on the Channel Islands.

  • Spectra Musica, Wincanton, Somerset Spectra Musica is a Chamber Choir which is a registered charity. The Choir gives 3 concerts per year throughout the South West of England concentrating on Somerset and Dorset but is also available for private performances and functions

  • Spectrum Singers, Penarth, Cardiff Formed in January 2001 - We currently number 16 singers, ranging in age from mid-20s to recently-retired, and coming from many different walks of life. There are no professional musicians, but we all share a love of music and a desire to achieve a high standard.
  • Spelthorne Choral Society, Surrey (formerly Ashford Choral Society) A friendly 60-strong choir of all ages, singing quality music to a high standard.  We are supported by two professional musicians of high calibre: our Musical Director, Sean Bui, and our accompanist, Lindsay Bridgwater.  There are no auditions but members are helped and encouraged to keep up with the standard required for public performance.

  • Spinnaker Ladies Barbershop Chorus, Horndean, Hampshire We are a new ladies barbershop chorus, formed in 2004, soon to be affiliated to Sweet Adelines International. With a membership of around 30 we are dedicated to high quality barbershop and a cappella singing.
  • Spirit of Harmony Barbershop Chorus, Tadcaster, Yorkshire Would you like to sing with Spirit of Harmony? We’re always on the lookout for dedicated singers to join us on the risers. You don’t need any musical training or need to be able to read music. What we do ask of you is dedication and commitment. We meet once a week, with occasional weekend rehearsals, and we need everyone there for as many rehearsals as possible. We’re sure that once you join, you’ll be hooked and motivation won’t be a problem, but if you have other commitments on Thursday nights, you may need to think carefully about singing with us.

  • Spitalfields Singers, London E1 A friendly lunchtime singing group that meets weekly during term times. We sing a huge range of repertoire and the group is open to everyone, regardless or previous experience or expertise. There are no auditions and no requirement to read music. All you need is to enjoy singing and want to try new things.

  • Sponsalia, Surrey. An established, successful Surrey based chamber choir who specialises in performing for wedding
    services, and marriage ceremonies.
  • Spring into Soul, Worthing, West Sussex Spring into Soul is Worthing’s one and only soul and gospel choir. We are a community, non-denomination choir, first formed in 2006. There are no auditions, and no previous choir experience is necessary. We provide all types of singers the opportunity to draw out their creativity and build their confidence. Alongside performance, vocal and harmony skills practice, there is an emphasis on enjoyment and fun, all whilst singing a wonderful and well chosen repertoire of uplifting soul and gospel songs.

  • Springwell Golden Voices, Edinburgh A community choir for the over 55s rehearsing in St Michaels Church, Edinburgh.

  • Stafford Choral Society, Staffordshire The Society was established in 1946 and since then has promoted two or three major concerts each year, performing many of the great choral works in the repertoire, with some of the country's foremost singing soloists. Our Diamond Jubilee concert was held in Lichfield Cathedral on 28th April 2007. There are currently about 80 singers. Rehearsals are held at Rising Brook Methodist Church, Stafford ST17 9DH from 7.30-9.30pm

  • Stamford Bridge Singers, E Yorkshire The Stamford Bridge Singers is a mixed age SATB community choir based in Stamford Bridge near York.  The choir of approximately forty singers performs a wide range of sacred and secular music for concerts and services in North and East Yorkshire.  We are available to hire for weddings but we also offer to sing for no fee at churches where there is no regular choir.  We rehearse in Stamford Bridge School every Thursday in term-time.

  • Stamford Choral Society, Lincolnshire The society stages two concerts every year, one at Christmas (at Stamford School) and its major one in the Spring at Peterborough Cathedral.  The more adventurous works from 20th century and works specially commissioned by the Society have often been included in Christmas concerts.
  • Stamford Singers, Lincolnshire A chamber choir made up of enthusiastic and dedicated singers drawn from Stamford and surrounding areas, which performs locally and further afield both nationally and internationally. Apart from visiting churches and cathedrals to sing services, the choir also performs concerts, and is available for hire for weddings and other functions. Our standard repertoire is varied and includes both sacred and secular works.
  • Stanchester Quire, Stoke-sub-Hamdon, Somerset A local community choir of about 70 members supported by Folk South West, reviving traditional folk songs of the South West of England.
  • Stand & Deliver, Chichester, Sussex. e-mail only: contact: StandAndDeliverChoir@gmail.com Staff Choir from Waitrose and John Lewis Chichester.
  • Stanmore Choral Society, Harrow, London Established in 1946. Musical Director is Nick Austin. Rehearsals are on Monday evenings, 7.45 at St Lawrence Church Hall, Whitchurch Lane, Little Stanmore. Nearest Underground Station: Canons Park. New members are very welcome. A very exciting time ahead, with Haydn's Nelson Mass and Purcell's Come Ye Sons of Art in March (with soloists from the award winning a capella group Voces8 and accompanied by the Senesino Players), An Evening with Gilbert & Sullivan in July and plans being made for the Harrow 3 Choirs concert in 2009 with Elgar's The Music Makers and The Armed Man - A Mass for Peace by Jenkins. Further details on our website.
  • Stapleton Singers, London N4 The Stapleton Singers are a community choir based in Stroud Green, North London. We are open to all people of all levels of... ability and experience. You do not have to audition, you do not need to be able to read music, and you do not need to have sung before ... you just need to want to sing! We meet on Thursday evenings from 7pm to 8.30pm at the Mind in Haringey building at 73c Stapleton Hall Road, N4 3QF.

  • Star Choir, Knutsford, Cheshire Knutsford Star Choir rehearses every Thursday evening in The Music Room, Knutsford Leisure Centre, Westfield Road, Knutsford, Cheshire. We operate in three "terms" - Spring, Summer and Autumn. At the end of each term we perform in aid of a charity (nominated by the Choir members) - and we will support a different charity each time.
  • Staveley Choral Society, Cumbia Staveley Choral Society is a mixed choir of approximately 50 members and is open to anyone who enjoys singing. We cover a pretty wide range of types of music, which includes traditional and more innovative pieces, and our members vary in musical skills - being able to read music is not essential. The choir has been running for over a century and whilst it is firmly based in Staveley, membership c...omes from in and around Windermere, Burneside and Kendal as well as Staveley
  • Staxton Singers, Scarborough We are a friendly choral society with a huge repertoire ranging from Bach to the Beatles. This year we are celebrating our 20th anniversary.
  • Steam Heat, Wimborne, Dorset  We are a friendly group of 15 or so singers, male and female, based in Wimborne Dorset, singing a range of unaccompanied "a capella" music, ranging from Gershwin and Cole Porter to Tchaikovsky and Wilbye.

  • Steeton Male Voice Choir, Yorkshire One of the largest and leading male voice choirs in Yorkshire with approximately 80 singing members. Has travelled quite extensively in UK and abroad and can be heard on it's seven recordings.
  • Sterndale Singers, Sheffield A chamber choir of around 30 voices. Our repertoire covers the 16th to 20th centuries and we are always on the lookout for singers, especially tenors. Reasonable sight reading skill would be of advantage.
  • Stevenage Choral Society, Stevenage, Hertfordshire We are a mixed voice choir currently about 90 strong and perform mainly works from the classical repertoire. We are a community choir and do not audition as we welcome anyone who wants to sing to come along and "give it a try". We perform with both amateur and professional soloists and use amateur and professional orchestras and bands for accompaniment. Recent performances have included Carmina Burana by Carl Orff, Magnificat by J.S.Bach, Poulenc´s Gloria, Beethoven´s 9th Symphony, Gloria by John Rutter and Jubilate by Bob Chilcott. In April 2005 we gave a performance of "The Kestrel Road" with its composer, Peter Maxwell Davies, in the audience.
  • Stevenage Ladies Choir, Stevenage, Hertfordshire  Stevenage Ladies Choir was formed in 1960, and made up of the wives of members of Stevenage Male Voice Choir. During the early years the choir took part in various competitions, and their greatest achievement was winning a Gold Cup at the Cheltenham Music Festival. The Choir chooses to no longer enter competitions, preferring instead to raise money for charities both local and national and to regularly perform alongside Male and Female Choirs from around the United Kingdom and Europe. This encourages us to expand our repertoire, often learning new pieces, which can sometimes be in a foreign language, thereby stretching our creativity. The current Choir, which has a membership of around 70 ladies, also encourage the promotion of local young talent by inviting youngsters from various schools and colleges to perform in a ‘guest slot’ in their concert programmes, either as an individual or, as in their Christmas concerts, as part of a school choir.
  • Steventon Choral Society, Oxfordshire Friendly 40-strong mixed-voice choir singing both sacred and light music. Starred in a BBC2 documentary broadcast in 1995 about the Messiah From Scratch at the Royal Albert Hall. No audition.
  • Stile Antico is an ensemble of young British singers, fast gaining recognition as one of the most original and exciting new voices in its field. In 2005 the group won the inaugural Audience Prize at the Early Music Network International Young Artists’ Competition, leading to a series of high-profile concert engagements, and attracting the attention of Harmonia Mundi. Working without a conductor, the members of Stile Antico rehearse and perform as chamber musicians, each contributing artistically to the musical result. Their repertoire ranges from the glorious legacy of the English Tudor composers to the works of the Flemish and Spanish schools and the music of the early Baroque.

  • Stirling City Choir A chorus of 70, who perform a major choral work each year.

  • Stirling Gaelic Choir Active for over 50 years, and now with 40+ singers who share a love of choral singing and an interest in preserving the Gaelic language
  • Stirling University Choir Stirling University Choir is an increasingly well regarded choir. It is 80 strong, with membership drawn from students, staff and the wider local community. Formed in 1971, the aim of the choir is to provide a friendly and rewarding, singing and learning opportunity for all vocal and musical abilities, and to bring a continuing diversity of choral works to the local public. Following David King's retirement as conductor in May 2009, Alistair Warwick was appointed as his successor. We have performances in Dunblane Cathedral at Christmas and Easter. New members are welcome.
  • Stockport Community Choir, Cheshire Stockport Community Choir is a group of almost 30 people local to Stockport and its surrounding areas.

  • Stockport Liberty Belles, Cheshire The Stockport Liberty Belles were formed in 1976 by a small group of 8 ladies who got ‘hooked’ on four part harmony because their husbands were in a Men’s barbershop chorus so they decided to sing themselves instead of going and listening to their husbands sing. The membership has grown over the years with 58 ladies enjoying the challenge of singing ‘A Capella’ four part harmony. Rehearsals are now held at St John's C.E. Primary School, Poplar Street Heaton Mersey Stockport SK4 3DG between 7.30pm and 10pm.

  • Stockport Male Voice Choir, Cheshire 28-strong TTBB choir, giving 10-11 performances per year, modern & traditional

  • Stockport Warblers, Cheshire A singing group for people who just want to SING! No auditions, no solos, just getting together every so often for the sheer joy of singing in a group. We meet at St Peter's Church in the centre of Stockport so it's easy to reach by car, bus or train.

  • Stockton Synthonia Male Voice Choir, Stockton-on-Tees The Stockton Synthonia Male Voice Choir was formed in January of 2016 by the amalgamation of Stockton and Synthonia Choirs. The amalgamation has resulted in a choir producing a quality of sound that comes from having a good balance of voices in the four areas of 1st and 2nd tenors, baritones and bases.

  • Stoke Poges Singers, Bucks A 30-strong village choir singing in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, for fun and to raise money for charity. They give 1 religious and 2-3 other concerts per year, from repertoire ranging from Mozart to Rodgers & Hammerstein.
  • Stoke Singing for Lung Health, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire e-mail only: contact: katebarfield@naturalvoice.net Part of a national programme of singing groups set up for people living with lung conditions such as COPD. Recent research has shown that singing can help people with lung conditions to preserve their lung function and improve their quality of life. The group meets on Tuesdays from 10.30am to 12.30pm at the Community Room, West End Village, London Road, Boothen, Stoke-on-Trent ST4 5AB.
  • Stokesley & District Choral Society, Yorkshire We are a small, friendly choir under the directorship of Jeremy Harbottle, singing for pleasure and to produce two or three concerts a year, which are performed locally in Stokesley. We sing a wide range of repertoire from Baroque to 20th Century, secular and sacred.  

  • Stondon Singers, Essex 20-voice mixed choir specialising in unaccompanied early music. An annual event is their William Byrd Memorial Concert at the Parish Church of St Peter and St Paul, Stondon Massey, where Byrd lived the last 30 years of his life and in the churchyard of which he is said to be buried
  • Stone Choral Society, Stone, Staffordshire A friendly choir of around 70 members, singing a wide range of music traditional to contemporary. We generally perform 3 concerts a year, at least one of which features orchestral accompaniment.
  • Stonehaven Chorus,  Aberdeenshire 50 strong mixed voice choir, specialising in a cappella repertoire. We perform twice a year in Stonehaven, and have toured Eastern England, Wales and the North of Scotland in recent years, with performances in Lincoln, Hereford, Dunkeld and Dornoch cathedrals.

  • Stonehouse Male Voice Choir, South Lanarkshire, Scotland We are a Male voice choir, approx. 60 voices strong. Giving concerts in aid of Fund raising, Church groups and Festivals. Generally within a 30 mile radius of Stonehouse. The type of music we sing is Folk music from various countries, Church music, Popular music and Songs from the Shows.

  • Stoneleigh Choral Society, Stoneleigh, Surrey Established in 1942, Stoneleigh Choral Society is a friendly and welcoming group of 50+ members that enjoy performing a wide variety of choral repertoire. There are no auditions - singers of all ages and abilities are welcome. There are regular concerts with professional soloists and instrumentalists, visits to local hospitals and residential care homes as well as a variety of social activities.
  • Stonnall Singers, Staffordshire  A mixed-voice Community choir, based in Stonnall, Staffordshire. We rehearse on a Thursday evening throughout most of the year, in the Youth and Community Centre (‘The Hut’) in Stonnall. We have about 25 singers, of mixed abilities, but all very enthusiastic!
  • Stour Choral Society, Essex was formed in 1971 and is a traditional SATB choir of 60 members. We aim to provide a stimulating time where good music and friendship co-exist. We give 2 main classically based concerts a year with soloists and orchestra . We also sing at charity events when our programme is of a lighter nature and have strong links with our partnership choir in Germany. Performances have been given in local churches and halls in Manningtree, Mistley, Dedham, East Bergholt, Frinton and Clacton. We encourage new members to 'try us out' and there is no audition.

  • Stourbridge Choral and Orchestral Society, W. Midlands Formed in 1884, now giving 3 concerts a year from a wide classical repertoire.

  • Stourbridge Got 2 Sing Contemporary Choir Our choir in Stourbridge offers many opportunities for you to perform at events across the West Midlands and further afield. Places we have performed at include Birmingham Symphony Hall, Dudley Town Hall, Kidderminster Town Hall, Hagley Hall, Ludlow Castle, the Worcester Show, Stourbridge Carnival and even Dublin Cathedral and Disneyland Paris! You can view upcoming and recent events in Stourbridge and across the West Midlands

  • Stourbridge Got 2 Sing Youth Choir, West Midlands We rehearse at Gigmill Primary School on Thursday evenings, term time. We are a fun and friendly contemporary choir for 9 - 16 year olds who love to sing and perform, no experience necessary and no audition.

  • Stourport Choral & Operatic Society, Worcestershire. Approximately 70 members of all ages and abilities make up the Stourport Choral & Operatic Society. The Society performs concerts and  shows in a wide range of musical styles from light to serious opera, classical to modern choral, and including music from popular shows. This friendly and enthusiastic group's commitment is to provide live entertainment of a high quality, in a socially active atmosphere. The Society meets to rehearse at 7. 30 pm each Wednesday in Areley Kings Village Hall, Redstone Lane, Stourport-on-Severn.

  • Stowmarket Chorale, Suffolk Stowmarket Chorale is an ambitious choir which rehearses in Stowmarket on Wednesday evenings between September and July; we usually give three concerts a year.

  • Stratford-upon-Avon Choral Society, Warwickshire 100-strong and founded in 1836, it shares with the Huddersfield Choral Society the distinction of being the oldest in Britain

  • Strathaven Choral Society, South Lanarkshire 80-strong, established 1972, singing Baroque to 20th century. Three times winners of BT/NFMS Innovation Awards

  • Streatham Choral Society, S. London Established 1921, it's Streatham's oldest choir, aiming to bring quality music to the area
  • Stretton Choral Society, Shropshire Stretton Choral Society, in its present format, was founded in 1977 and currently meets once a week in the newly refurbished United Reformed Church, Church Stretton, between September and May to rehearse for at least two public concerts each year. A concert in December usually consists mainly of music related to the Christmas season and includes some Christmas carols for the audience to join in.  A spring concert in early May allows for more substantial works in the classical and modern repertoires.
  • String of Beads, Bramley, Leeds, West Yorkshire.  Founded in 1993, we are a small SSA harmony choir. Our musical programme remains contemporary and varied including pieces from Musicals, Ballads, Jazz/Blues. The choir supports many local charities and is available to hire for fund raising events, private functions, Weddings, Christenings, summer fêtes etc. New singing members are always welcome. 

  • Stroud Choral Society, Gloucestershire  Stroud Choral Society is a choir of 130 members performing in major venues in Gloucestershire, further afield and abroad. Under its Musical Director, Huw Williams, the Society performs both the major classical repertoire and innovative pieces with professional orchestras and soloists. The Society's children's choir, the Minpins, often joins the choir in performance, which will include in March 2017 the première of a commissioned work based on a story by Roald Dahl.

  • Stroud Light Music Choir, Gloucestershire Founded in 1967, the choir has about 45 members at present.  In the spring and autumn of each year, the choir gives concert performances of light opera or operetta with the support of guest soloists. Recent performances have included The Merry Widow, The New Moon, The Arcadians, The Gypsy Baron and several Gilbert and Sullivan operettas.  
  • Stuart Singers, Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire Founded in 1992, the 65 strong Stuart Singers have raised over £100,000 for charity. They perform about a dozen concerts a year around Gloucestershire and beyond, with programmes featuring a wide and constantly changing repertoire which spans spirituals, theatre, sacred and secular, classical and modern.
  • Sudbury Choral Society, Suffolk We are a very friendly group of about 60 members of varying abilities and ages who share a love of singing. We give four concerts a year, frequently with soloists and an orchestra usually held in St Peters, Sudbury. As well as large choral works, our programmes feature a variety of music, from Bach to the Beatles, and include folk music, madrigals and carols.
  • Suffolk Singers, Otley, Suffolk A small, sociable choir of 25-35 regular members. Our repertoire is mainly unaccompanied and ranges from music of the Renaissance to folk songs, spirituals and light music.  We hold 4-5 concerts a year and in addition we sing at a wide range of events including weddings, entertainments and music festivals. Our Music Director Claire Weston is a previous principal soprano with English National Opera. We are very fortunate in that Claire often treats us to a vocal master-class at our rehearsals.  Our aims as a choir are to enjoy ourselves, sing beautifully, and work hard to improve.

  • Summer Singers. Stoke-On-Trent email only: contact boatband@yahoo.co.uk The Summer Singers is a brand new community choir in Stoke-On-Trent. We practice on Wednesday mornings from 9.30am-11.3oam in Penkhull Village Hall, Trent Valley Rd, Penkhull ST4 5JB.  The group is directed by Kate Barfield. We are an open access group and I teach the songs by ear so there`s no need to read music. The  cost is £4 a session. Tea and coffee are available.

  • Summerhall Singers, Edinburgh. We are a non-auditioning community choir of around 20-30 people, but are looking to expand in numbers. We sing in 4 part harmony and learn by ear although music is provided. We meet on a Wednesday from 7pm - 9pm at the venue Summerhall in Edinburgh. Our main aim is to enjoy the process of singing in a group. We are also aiming for a performance in the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014. We sing music from a range of genres including popular, Scottish folk, classical, jazz and musical.

  • Summertown Choral Society, Oxford A well-established mixed-voice choir with around 160 members. 2011 is a special year for we are celebrating our 50th anniversary. And we will make it our best year yet! We rehearse every Thursday from 7.30 - 9.00 pm at the United Reformed Church, and traditionally hold two concerts each year. Membership is just £70 a year or £40 for a single concert term, and new members are welcome to attend a few rehearsals before deciding whether to join. We aim to foster a friendly, sociable atmosphere within the society, and we welcome new members of all ages, experienced or beginner, at any time, without the need for an audition.
  • Super Choir, Cardiff, Wales A city business choir based in Cardiff and we will be expanding across the UK soon. It is open to existing Inspire Choir members and the business community. So if you want more opportunities to sing other than in work or if you just want to join a choir then this is the place to be!
  • Super Choir Valleys, Pontypridd, Wales We are vibrant and fun choirs that connect people through the voice. When you join our superchoir tribe you will feel amazing, sing fantastic music and connect with other like-minded professionals in a fun, vibrant and relaxed atmosphere. We teach motown, pop and rock music by ear. No Auditions or previous experience needed! Your first session is absolutely FREE! We meet at Pontypridd Rugby Football Club, The Clubhouse, Sardis Road, Pontypridd, Rhondda Cynon Taff CF37 1HA, on Mondays nights 6.30-7.30.

  • Surbiton Male Voice Choir, Surbiton, Surrey A well established choir ( 1963 ) giving up to four public concerts per year and other private entertainment. We rehearse weekly and no audition is required - just enthusiasm and a good voice. Presently 25 members and voices in all sections are welcome.
  • Surbiton Vocality, Surrey Vocality Singing: Fun and friendly a capella choirs (and occasional workshops) in various locations in London and Surrey. We welcome anyone who loves to sing – men and women alike. Our unusual repertoire of beautiful, uplifting songs from around the world includes folk, spiritual, pop, gospel and ethnic songs from as far afield as Africa and Eastern Europe as well as the home nations. Led by experienced musical directors, the choirs are suitable for singers of all abilities: there are no auditions and everything is taught by ear. It’s all about the fantastic feeling of singing in harmony with like-minded others. Come sing with us!
  • Surrey Youth Choir, West Byfleet, Surrey Surrey Youth Choir (SYC) was founded in 1987 and since then has established itself as one of the leading youth choirs in the country. It is a full SATB choir, comprising of singers, between the ages of 12 and 21 from all parts of Surrey, and performs an eclectic repertoire, both sacred and secular, ranging from early to contemporary, from baroque to romantic, including the major 'standard' choral works of Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert etc. We also commission pieces for specific performances. The Choir usually gives one or two concerts each term; they have performed in major concert halls in both Surrey and London, and also toured extensively throughout Europe and the USA.
  • Surrey Festival Choir stages an annual concert in Guildford Cathedral during the Guildford Summer Festival. The Choir has its origins in the Surrey County Music Association founded in 1941 by Ralph Vaughan Williams to foster music -making throughout the county.   As Surrey Festival Choir, it gave its first concert in 1961. At the present time Surrey Festival Choir membership numbers around 250 singers and in accordance with Ralph Vaughan  Williams'  wishes, no auditions are required before enrolling as a member of the Choir. The concert this year is Mozart Requiem on 7th July 2012. Enrolment fee is £25. Rehearsals are on Thursdays at 7.45 starting 31st May in Dorking and Guildford.
  • Surrey Harmony Women's Barbershop Chorus, Coulsdon, Surrey We sing a wide repertoire of songs from shows, popular songs from each decade of the 20th century, all arranged in barbershop style. We belong to the Sweet Adelines, a huge American organisation, and have been champions of the UK members of that organisation 4 times, earning the right to compete internationally in New Orleans, Nashville, Portland and Phoenix

  • Surrey Heath Singers, Camberley, SurreyFormed in 1986, we are a friendly non-auditioned mixed voice choir of around 85 singers. Under the baton of our dynamic musical director, Andrew Phillips, we present three or four concerts a year from a repertoire ranging from Bach to Bernstein and beyond. Rehearsals are on Monday evenings at 7.30 pm in High Cross Church, Camberley. These evenings are entertaining, enriching and enjoyable and a warm welcome is extended to all who come along.

  • Surrey Hills Chamber Choir, Ewhurst, Cranleigh, Surrey New mixed chamber choir for up to 30 voices with a diverse repertoire. Experienced singers welcome.
  • Surrey Hills Singers, Cranleigh, Surrey The Surrey Hills Singers was formed as a daytime choir for women who wanted to sing at a convenient time while children are at nursery or school, providing some child-free time to concentrate on something that you enjoy. Our rehearsals provide an ideal environment for women to get back into singing after a long break, such as those who have not sung since school, or since having a family.

  • Surrey Hills Training Choir, Cranleigh, Surrey The Surrey Hills Training Choir was launched in September 2011, in response to many enquiries for younger children to sing in the Young Voices choir. We had a delightful start in September 2011 with three talented children who absolutely stole the show with their performance at the Christmas concert 2011. In December 2012 our five Training Choir singers delighted the audience with their rendition of “I once saw an elephant”. Their success and enjoyment from the concert prompted their school to ask them to sing the song at assembly. This has inspired 4 more more children to join in January 2013 and they all absolutely love the sessions – so the parents tell me!

  • Surrey Hills Young Voices, Cranleigh, Surrey The Surrey Hills Young Voices is an independent choir for all children from any school aged 8+. We sing all styles of music, especially popular, musical and gospel songs, which our young members enjoy the most. Particular favourites have been Price Tag, Pack up your Troubles, Firework, Don’t stop Believin’, We go together and Under the Sea. Singing in a choir is great fun and the benefits are not only in improving your singing. For those learning an instrument, singing will improve other musicianship skills such as aural skills. For woodwind players and sports fanatics, the physical aspects of breathing, posture and coordination are very beneficial.

  • Surrey Youth Training Choir Surrey Youth Training Choir is the county training choir for boys and girls aged 9 to 13 years who enjoy singing. Led by experienced vocal coach and professional soprano, Bimbi Shaw Cotterill, the choir offers a fun introduction to choral music. As well as making new friends and having fun, children will learn about reading music and singing in harmony. No audition necessary and no previous musical or singing experienced needed. First term membership is free, then £52 a term. Call now to book your FREE term! 01483 519307 Wednesdays (term time) 6.45-8.15pm @ The Marist School, Old Woking Road, West Byfleet, KT14 6HS

  • Sussex Chorus, Brighton, Sussex (formerly Ditchling Choral Society) A 100-strong four-part adult choir performing major choral works in Brighton and Mid-Sussex.  Conductor is Alan Vincent, MA(Cantab).  Rehearsals are held in St Paul’s Catholic College, Burgess Hill on Monday evenings between 7.15 and 9.15pm.
  • Sussex Harmony, Lewes, Sussex. Formed in January 1992 to research, reconstruct and perform the music of rural church and chapel between 1700 and 1840. Whilst initially the quire sang for its own enjoyment, with a growing repertoire its public performances have increased in number and now include carol and other concerts, church services and workshops. Singers number about 24 and there is a growing instrumental section, vital for the traditional accompaniment to the rural music of the time - that is, the village band.
  • Sussex Harmonisers, Burgess Hill, West Sussex The Sussex Harmonisers is a male voice chorus singing in the Barbershop style. We’re a friendly bunch of guys from all walks of life who share a common love of singing. Our repertoire covers a wide range of songs and we enjoy performing for and entertaining others. Why not come along for one of our evening rehearsals and and hear what we’re all about

  • Sussex Voiceworks, Shoreham, East Sussex Sussex Voiceworks is a choir comprising approx.100 members. We meet every Monday at St.Peters RC Church Hall, West St. Shoreham from 7.30pm to 9.30pm.  

  • Sutton Coldfield Choral Society, West Midlands The present Society began in 1969 as an evening class conducted by Adrian Carpenter, the son of the President of the Society, Marjorie Carpenter. and by 1975 was sufficiently established to make a move to Sutton Coldfield Town Hall, where it has performed regularly ever since. The Choral Society currently gives two main concerts per year, generally in the Spring and December. The choir also performs at other irregular concerts.
  • Sutton Coldfield Community Choir, West Midlands email only: contact citbowden@hotmail.co.uk
  • Sutton Coldfield Tuneless Choir, West Midlands Sutton Coldfield Tuneless Choir launched in May 2016, and regularly has over 100 attendees.  The choir is based at the United Reformed Church, 1 Brassington Avenue, B73 6AA. Sessions are held weekly every Tuesday from 7.30pm until 9pm during school term times, so in 2017 run from 3rd January until 4th April with a break on 21st February for half term.  The summer term will run from 25th April to 25th July with no choir on 30th May.

  • Sutton Coldfield Youth Voices, West Midlands
  • Sutton Valence Choral Society, Maidstone, Kent  We are based at Sutton Valence which is near Maidstone, Kent. The society was founded in 1990 and aims to have four concerts per year plus one Come and Sing as well as various social events. We have about 80 members and are still keen to expand to take on even more ambitious works. There is no audition and the standard of the singers in each voice varies from very skilled sight singers to complete novices. Our last Come and Sing which was attended by singers from across the county included Faure’s Requiem and Vivaldi’s Gloria.

  • Swale Singers, Swaledale, North Yorkshire The Swale Singers were founded 20 years ago in Gunnerside, North Yorkshire, and have grown steadily to become a well established mixed choir of 40 - 50 adults. The members come from Wensleydale, Teesdale and of course Swaledale where the choir holds a weekly practice in Low Row. Four or five concerts are given each year, often for charity. The annual Swaledale Festival in early June is an occasion when the choir sings a major work. Christmas and Easter are also regular dates for a concert. Venues for events are many and varied, ranging from churches and chapels to village halls and pubs.

  • Swansea Bach Choir (Côr Bach Abertawe) was formed in 1965 with the specific aim of presenting the best choral works from the past five centuries to as wide a public as possible and in as professional and authentic a manner as possible.  Since its inception the choir has been a training ground for young singers, many of whom have gone on to win choral scholarships at Oxford or Cambridge, or to study music at music colleges and universities.  Many of the choir's current membership are trained singers and professional musicians.

  • Swansea Bay Singleton Singers A ladies choir (50 voices) that loves to sing for pleasure and also raise money for Singleton Hospital and other local charities. We practice on a Tuesday evening in Singleton Hospital chapel.

  • Swansea Excelsior Ladies Choir, Swansea, West Glamorgan, Wales  A friendly ladies choir with a wide repertoire which has approximately 50 members, rehearses are on Monday evenings at Sketty Primary School, Sketty, Swansea from 7-9 pm. Choir give many concerts to support a wide variety of charities and give pleasure to Senior Citizens in Residential Homes and to other organisations.

  • Swansea Gospel Male Voice Choir. We are a choir of around fifty Christian men who love to sing about the good news of God’s salvation through His son. The choir began in the 1970s and has been singing to the praise of God for over forty years. We do this at a wide range of venues including Church buildings, concert halls, residential homes, hospitals and outside venues too. The choir is made up of men of all ages who come from various Church backgrounds and geographical areas (including Swansea, Llanelli, Bridgend, Neath, Carmarthen and Llandrindod); our youngest members are in their 20s and our oldest approaching 90. All are united in a shared love for our Saviour the Lord Jesus Christ. The choir is part of the larger Festival of Male Voice Praise 

  • Swansea Male Choir Our choir has a long and interesting history dating back to the dark days of the Second World War, when a group of Air Raid Wardens discussed the possibility of forming a male choir. As a result of that conversation a meeting was held on a November evening in 1946 the Manselton and District Male Choir was born.  In its earliest days we followed the traditional path of male choirs and made the rounds of the various Eisteddfodau. By the early 1950’s the choir had established itself with the best in Wales, having taken first prize at the National Eisteddfod at Caerphilly and Llanrwst in consecutive years. Our new name appropriately reflects the greater Swansea area from which we now draw our members from. Just as our choristers are drawn from a wider area, and our performances now take place all over the World, our musical repertoire has also expanded. We still sing the best of many of the traditional tunes in Welsh and in English, but you are just as likely to hear from us popular contemporary music, from the shows, from films or from the hit parade. 

  • Swansea Philharmonic Choir, Wales We are a mixed choir with just under 100 members drawn from Swansea and the surrounding areas. We perform both less familiar music as well as choral classics. Our repertoire covers music from the Baroque to the present day with performances given regularly in the Brangwyn Hall and St. Mary's Church in Swansea. We rehearse on Thursday evenings at Bishop Gore School, Swansea and are always keen to find new new members. Do come along if you'd like to find out more about singing with us and hear what we do!

  • Swarbrick Singers, Northampton This is a very high standard chamber choir, which is 28 yrs old

  • Sweet Honi 'n' Soul, Honiton, Devon We are a rock choir for the East Devon, West Dorset and South Somerset area. We meet in Honiton at Millwater School on Tuesday evenings. The choir is open access so there is no audition. New members are always welcome and you can start any time. The current subscription is £45 per term, but new members are entitled to a taster rehearsal.

  • Swavesey Community Choir, Swavesey, Cambridgeshire We are a community choir with approx 30 members who meet every Wednesday in term time, performing in 2 or 3 concerts locally each year. 

  • Sweyne Choral Society, Rayleigh, Essex A friendly, non-competitive choir, requiring no auditions. We perform 3 or 4 concerts a year, singing a wide variety of choral styles. We also meet socially for various fund-raising activities. New members are always welcome and the first two taster rehearsals are free of charge.
  • Swift Singers Ladies Choir, South Woodham Ferres, Essex  The choir has now a membership of 70 ladies. We sing a varied repertoire from 16th century to the popular styles of the day. We were runners-up in the Bournemouth Music Festival in 2004.  We have recorded two CD's "With One Voice" and Solitaire"
  • Swindon Choral Society, Wiltshire 110 members, singing 4 main concerts a year and with regular exchanges with choirs from Salzgitter and Hamburg, Germany
  • Swindon Community Choir, Wiltshire (formerly the Swindon Scratch choir) We are a community choir so everybody is welcome whatever their ability, and there is no audition. We mostly sing in four-part harmony and learn by repetition so ability to read music is not necessary. We sing all sorts of songs, from Motown to African to Russian chants
  • Swindon Male Voice Choir We are a choir of 55 members, based in Swindon, Wiltshire.  New members always welcome to sample the friendship, fun and cameraderie found in making good music.
  • Swingle Singers Famous group of professional singers, with a massively broadened repertoire since the early days. British since 1973!
  • Sydenham Singers, London  A fun weekly group that sings music from around the world. No auditions, everything is taught by ear in a relaxed way. Think you can’t sing? There’s no need for any experience of singing – just come along and give it a go!

  • Synergy A Cappella Close Harmony Chorus, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire The Members of Synergy A-Cappella are drawn from all walks of life, with one thing in common, a desire to make music in a slightly different genre to the typical male choir.Synergy is the foremost men's chorus in the area. We aim to promote the enjoyment of close 4 part harmony singing through the spirit of friendship, musical excellence, comedy and love of a good song. Our aim is to entertain our audience through the power of the human voice in a manner they have never experienced.

  • Synergy Vocals, London Synergy Vocals is a unique pool of voices covering a broad spectrum of musical genres and working primarily on microphone. Rather than being a choir as such, or a disparate group of soloists, we provide bespoke teams of vocalists, tailor-made to suit each project. Synergy Vocals has a 10-year relationship with composer Steve Reich.