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  • St Aidan's Church Choir, Rochdale, Lancashire Traditional Anglican parish church with robed SATB choir of 30+ members. RSCM affiliated and is open to boys, girls and adults. The choir is available for weddings, concerts and services in other churches and cathedrals.

  • St Albans Bach Choir, Herts A mixed choir of about 200 voices, based in St Albans, Hertfordshire presenting a wide variety of music in its concert programmes, whilst continuing to perform the major works in the choral repertoire in St Albans Cathedral.

  • St Albans Abbey Girls Choir, Hertfordshire St Albans Abbey Girls Choir was formed in 1996 and consists of up to 26 girls between the ages of 8 and 14.

    The choir sings Evensong twice a week, and the girls are drawn from many local schools. The girls rehearse three times each week, before or after school. For certain weekend services other events, the girls sing with the Lay Clerks, the men of the Cathedral Choir. The choir is regarded as one of the finest ensembles of its type in the UK, and has made a number of CD recordings including releases on the Naxos label of music by Felix Mendelssohn (2012) and William Mathias (2016). The choir has also joined with St Albans Cathedral Choir for two recordings of music by John Rutter.

  • St Albans Cathedral Choir, Hertfordshire There is no residential choir school; the boys rehearse before and after school, sing Choral Evensong on two weekdays and three choral services with the lay clerks each weekend. Many ex-choristers, together with those from the Abbey Girls Choir, go on to university as choral and organ scholars. The twelve lay clerks are a dedicated and highly skilled group of musicians who sing weekend services and concerts, and who, in the main, earn their living outside the music profession.

  • St Albans Chamber Choir, Herts 40-strong and highly versatile, generally performing six times a year a wide variety of a cappella and orchestrally accompanied works, including commissioned pieces.  Its association since 1970 with the Wormser Kantorei provides the opportunity to perform larger compositions jointly every two years (alternately in St Albans and Worms am Rhein in Germany)

  • St Albans Choral Society, Herts 70-strong choir, performing a broad range of choral music including some contemporary works; four concerts a year at a variety of venues, including St Albans Abbey

  • St Albans Church Choir, Westbury Park, Bristol A mixed choir of about 40 singers (believed to be the largest in Bristol) who sing every Sunday and are invited to sing elsewhere as well.
  • St Alban's Church Choir, Wickersley, Sheffield, Yorkshire There has been a choir at St. Alban’s Church for over 120 years, since the chancel was built on to make room for a choir and organ. Originally an all male choir, the choir today is a mixed voice robed choir including ladies, men, boys and girls singing SATB. We are a Royal School of Church Music Affiliated Choir, and have a number of Dean’s and Bishop’s Choristers amongst us. 2017 is our 40th year of affiliation to the RSCM, and special events are planned to commemorate this
  • St Albans Rock Choir, Herts Nationwide phenomenon Rock Choir rehearses across Hertfordshire in St Albans, Hertford & Watford. 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!
  • St Albans Singers, Ilford IG1 1HW Rehearsals: every Tuesday evening during term-time from 8.00 until 9.30 pm. We welcome women and men who love choral music and who can sing in tune and read music. 3 concerts per year.
  • St. Alfege Church Choir, Greenwich, London The present church choir, one of the finest choirs of it’s type in the UK, is an excellent mixed-voice choir with about 30 members who are currently brought up to music by Stephen Dagg, Director of Music (also Director of the Centre for Young Musicians, a division of the Guildhall School, and the London Schools Symphony Orchestra).  Stephen has worked with the choir to create the purity and clarity of sound which he feels best serve the repertoire.
  • St Alkmund's Choir, Whitchurch, Shropshire A 25 member strong choir  members, with choral development programme in place and close links with local schools. Singing Cathedral style evensong, concerts, choral workshops and festival participation. Also an active junior choir of around 30.
  • St Andrew Camerata, Edinburgh We are a modern Scottish chamber choir based in Edinburgh, with about 20 members who share a passion for singing. Our main motivation has always been enjoyment; performing a wide variety of different works that inspire and delight both the choir itself and our audience.

  • St Andrews Chorus, Scotland Founded in 1977, and now with about 100 members

  • St Andrew's Church Choir, Aylestone, Leicester Non-professional Choir working at high standard Cathedral Repertoire for a variety of Sunday and weekday services. The Director of Music is always pleased to hear from prospective choir parents for Choristerships. Additionally he is happy to audition adult singers looking for a choral challenge.

  • St. Andrews University Madrigal Group, St. Andrews, Fife Founded in 1946, we are a group of 16 singers from all years and faculties of the university.  We have an annual two week summer tour travelling around in a minibus.  It is also traditional to sing madrigals at 5am on May morning on the beach!

  • St Annes Cathedral Choir, Belfast

  • St Anne's Parish Church Choir, Stanley, Liverpool, Merseyside A traditional robed anglican choir with 35 members, girls boys and adults. We have sung in other churches and cathedrals and sang in Czech Republic with a Czech childrens orchestra. We welcome any new members.

  • St Asaph Choral Society, St Asaph, Denbighshire, Wales

  • St Augustine's Church Choir, Edgbaston, Birmingham, West Midlands t Augustine's has a long and impressive musical history, which continues today. The choir, which was the first surpliced choir in Birmingham, sings twice each Sunday - at the Parish Mass and Evensong. They are one of the few parish choirs to keep the church music of Victorian England alive, and music by Wesley, Stanford and other, perhaps, forgotten composers has been performed recently. The role of the choir is to enhance the liturgy, and today a close-knit and committed team work extremely hard each week to make this happen. At the moment, a lot of new music is being explored, including items which have probably been sat in the vestry for 20 years and only used a handful of times.

  • St Austell Choral Society, St Austell, Cornwall This choir of mixed voices has almost sixty singers and performs a great variety of works ranging from Hildegard von Bingen to Karl Jenkins. We usually present two main concerts in April and November with additional concerts, especially at Christmas. It is very fortunate to have not one, but two musical directors; singers benefit from their different approaches as conductors and the expertise of one as a pianist and the other as an organist!  We are always pleased to welcome new members. Please come and join us at rehearsals.

  • St. Austin's Church Choir, Wakefield, West Yorkshire Church based choir singing at services and weddings in church. Several recitals performed during the year both in church and other venues in Yorkshire. Main repertoire is early and renaissance music.

  • St Barnabas' Church Choir, Dulwich Their latest CD A Sure Foundation includes original works by Francis Jackson, John Casken and two young local lads Paul Ayres & Simon Gottschalk, plus Howells. Their site has RealAudio samples of several of these.

  • St Bartholomew's Choir, Rainhill, Merseyside. One of the few remaining Roman Catholic church choirs left. Recently celebrated its 10th anniversary. Exciting and varied repertoire from plainsong to today. Services, concerts and three European tours to date, ( Rome, Switzerland & Germany) . You don't have to be crazy but it helps.
  • St Bartholomew's Church Choir, Wilmslow. Cheshire The choir of St Bartholomew's Church, Wilmslow is a mixed choir which meets in the church on Thursday evening from 8.30pm - 9.30pm to rehearse a wide range of choral music from plainsong to contemporary worship songs under the direction of Philip Underwood MMus FRCO PGCE. The choir meets for a further rehearsal prior to each service.

  • St. Bartholomew’s Polyphony Choir, Streatham, London Catholic choir founded in 1969 to sing sacred polyphonic music once a month and on the major feasts and solemnities of the Church’s year. Large Victorian and Edwardian repertoire as well as early polyphony and modern compositions, with concerts, trips to sing elsewhere and a happy social life beyond the formal liturgical duties.

  • St Bride's Church Choir, Fleet Street, London 12 professional singers at 'the spiritual home of printing & the media'

  • St Buryan Male Voice Choir, Cornwall St Buryan Male Voice Choir, whose aims are the enjoyment of their singing and the raising of funds for numerous local charities, meet every Thursday evening in St Buryan Village Hall from 7.30 – 9 pm (with an optional extension in the St Buryan Inn).

  • St Cecilia Chorus, Banstead, Surrey St Cecilia Chorus was formed in 1922 and is the performing name of the Banstead Musical Society. With over 70 voices, it stages concerts with professional soloists and top orchestras such as The Little Baroque Company and students from the Royal Academy of Music. Come and try us out for free! 

  • St Cecilia Singers, Gloucester One of the UK's most respected chamber choirs, the St. Cecilia Singers was founded in 1949 by Donald Hunt. The choir is a dedicated group of enthusiastic and gifted amateur and semi-professional singers from Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire. Over recent years, the choir has built an enviable reputation for its versatility, innovative programming and high performance standards. Its extensive repertoire covers secular and sacred music from Byzantine chant to challenging contemporary works.

  • St Cecilia Singers, Rushden, Northamptonshire One of the leading choirs in East Northamptonshire, founded in 1943.  It is a mixed voice choir, and at present has approximately 50 members drawn from Rushden and the surrounding area. Over the years the choir has had notable successes in music festivals, competitions and concerts, and has performed in many venues including the prestigious Royal Festival Hall and the Royal Albert Hall in London.

  • St Chad's Cathedral Choir, Birmingham, West Midlands A semi-professional adult chamber choir of some 20 voices which sings at all the main services of the Cathedral. Much of the repertoire is polyphonic, but there are also opportunities to explore later, high-quality choral music. The choir is mainly, though not exclusively, students, and meets on Thursdays and Sunday mornings. St Chad's is an attractive Pugin building with a superb organ and generous acoustic.

  • St Chad's Chapel Choir, Durham University, Co Durham St Chad’s College Chapel Choir is the largest in the university, consisting of twelve choral scholars and around twenty-four other members, and employs a professional Director of Music. The choir is friendly but with high musical standards and expectations, and sings a wide range of music, with settings by Palestrina through to contemporary composers.

  • St Chad's Church Choir, Lichfield, Staffordshire This traditionally robed choir has been helping facilitate worship at Lichfield's oldest church for over 75 years. Made up of 18 voices, this mixed age SATB choir takes children aged 7-18 and adults from 18+ and sings at the 9:30am Sunday Eucharist. They have a broad repertoire which includes Rutter, Jenkins, Parry, Tallis and Mozart and continue to expand their musical horizons with their director Mitchell Holland.  

  • St Cyprian's Singers, Clarence Gate, London Primarily consisting of ex-Oxbridge choral scholars, the St Cyprian's Singers were founded by Philip de Grouchy and Julian Collings in 2012 as the choir of St Cyprian's Church, Clarence Gate in London. Now one of the leading mixed voiced church choirs in the city, the main function of the group is to provide music at the regular choral mass on Sundays and special services throughout the year. The annual carol service and St Cyprian's day services are particular highlights as are the monthly choral evensongs on church open days. The vast majority of music for these services is drawn from the Anglican cathedral repertoire.

  • St Donats Chorale, Vale of Glamorgan Established in May 2009, the St Donats Chorale is a mixed choir of some 50 voices who share the love of music, the joy of singing and the pleasure of good company. Based in Llantwit Major in the beautiful Vale of Glamorgan, the choir has gone from strength to strength.

  • St Edmundsbury Male Voice Choir, Suffolk St. Edmundsbury Male Voice Choir was formed in 1988 and has grown to be one of the largest in East Anglia with a wide repertoire of songs from 1940's Swing, Welsh Hymns, Spirituals, Folk Song and more modern material from Musical Theatre and the Charts. The choir has performed extensively throughout the United Kingdom assisting many charitable organisations in their fundraising activities. The choir has also performed throughout Europe having undertaken tours of Belgium, France, Denmark, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia. The choir was the first male voice choir in the UK to be invited to sing in the prestigious Estonian Song Festival and the event in 2009, has left a lasting impression on all who participated. 2010 saw the release of the choir's 3rd CD, 'Mysterium', which together with its predecessor, 'Colours', demonstrate the breadth and depth of their versatility. Just released in the choir's first DVD, 'Men at Song', recorded at Holy Innocent's Church, Great Barton, and at rehearsal in November 2010. CDs and DVDs are available for sale at all choir concerts.

  • St Eustachius Parish Church Choir, Tavistock, Devon SATB choir, RSCM-affiliated, enthusiastic and now with a CD to their name.

  • St Faith's Church Choir, Great Crosby, Liverpool

  • St Faith's Church Choir, Havant, Hampshire St. Faith’s Church Choir is a friendly, mixed group of singers, affiliated to the Royal School of Church Music (RSCM). This enables us to follow the “Voice for Life” training scheme. The Choir leads the singing at the 9.30am weekly service. This is usually a sung Eucharist in which an anthem is included. On the 1st Sunday each month is Café Church, a more informal service without anthem. When available, Choir members will also sing at 6pm Evensong. There are also occasional weddings and funerals, at which Choir attendance is requested.
  • St Faith's Singers, Cambridge A community choir supported by St Faith's School in Cambridge. The choir is completely non-audition, and open to all.

  • St George's Chapel Choir, Windsor Castle, Berkshire Founded in 1348 the current choir comprises 23 boy choristers and 12 Lay Clerks singing alto, tenor and bass. The primary function of the choir is to sing the daily services, the Opus Dei, and the large repertoire of music drawn from all ages and traditions. The choir sings regularly in the presence of the Queen and other members of the Royal Family.

  • St George's Church Choir, Cullercoats, Tyne & Wear e-mail only: contact: Chris Tradgett A mixed choir with large repertoire covering Lassus to Leighton and all points west!!. We sing services every week, with a full choral evensong on the last Sunday and choral mass for major feast days.
  • Saint George's Singers, Belfast,  Northern Ireland is a large Belfast-based choir (established in 1984) specialising in the great choral works of the Baroque and Classical periods. It has consistently produced high quality performances for over twenty years and is a major contributor to the cultural infrastructure of the city. The choir is now about 70 voices strong while vocal coaching and workshops have significantly improved the quality of the choir. The formation of Saint George’s Sinfonia has ensured that the choir has high quality orchestral support, and a number of collaborative ventures with other groups are planned. Main concerts at Christmas and Easter and then variously throughout the year. The future of choral music is an exciting one, and the choir is looking forward to continuing development in quality and repertoire in the future
  • St George's Singers, Poynton, Cheshire A busy, friendly choir, now firmly established as one of the finest choral societies in the NW of England. We perform 4 main concerts per year in the Manchester area with professional accompanists, orchestras and soloists as well as performing by invitation with orchestras such as The Manchester Camerata, Chethams Symphony Orchestra and Stockport Symphony Orchestra. The Choir tours regularly in the UK and in Europe, has made several appearances on BBC radio and has recorded a number of CDs.

  • St Germans Singers, Cornwall e-mail only: contact: V Watson A mixed choir of 24 voices formed in 1985. Varied repertoire - modern & traditional, religious and secular. We are always happy to hear from anyone who would like us to help in aid of a good cause 
  • St Giles’ Cathedral Choir, Edinburgh The Choir of St Giles' Cathedral is an adult choir of thirty singers drawn from a wide variety of walks of life from the City of Edinburgh and further afield. Their main task is the singing of the two Sunday morning choral services, the 10 o'clock Holy Communion and the 11.30 Morning Service. In addition to this they sing on many special civic and national occasions, such as the Installations of the Order of the Thistle. In July 2013 the choir will be giving concerts in Neuchâtel, Sankt Peter im Schwarzwald, and Colmar and Gunsbach in Alsace.

  • St Giles' Church Choir, Oxford St Giles’ Choir of boys and men dates from 1857 but our three choirs now have a modern and friendly approach. The choirs foster musical excellence through rigorous and lively training. All three choirs have opportunities to be part of the worshipping life of the church. Opportunities to sing in Oxford chapels, cathedral visits, recordings and tours all add to the feeling of shared endeavour, excitement and learning amongst friends.
  • St Helen´s & St Peter´s Church Choir, Wheathampstead, HertfordshireWe have a growing and vibrant adult choir and a new Junior choir at St Helen’s under our new team of Rob Milner (Choir Director) and Malcolm Scott (Organist). At full strength we have around 30 choristers young and old. We’re looking to expand the juniors and always welcome new adult members. Adults practice from 7:30-9pm every Friday and the Juniors from 7-8pm on Fridays and 5:30-6:45pm on Sundays. We sing on Sunday mornings, special evensongs and occasional other services (Holy Week, Easter, Christmas, etc). On Sundays we support the hymn singing through the service and sing two short or one longer piece at communion. Evensong and other services allow for a broader repertoire of music. The juniors follow the Royal School of Church Music’s (RSCM) Voice for Life scheme which helps support and track their musical development. We also plan to have occasional day trips away and many of the juniors attend the Summer RSCM Course for Young People in Bath

  • St Helens Choral Society, Merseyside St Helens Choral Society is a mixed choir of over 60 voices, founded in 1949. We currently present three concerts a year of high-quality choral music.

  • St Helens Male Voice Choir, Merseyside is a brand new choir with a fresh approach, formed to bring men of all ages and backgrounds together to sing. We have a simple philosophy. We all love to sing but we want to do it in a professional way without the rigid formality and structure of traditional male voice choirs. We like to sing a wide range of songs from musicals such as Les Miserables to pieces by modern contemporary composers like Eric Whitacre and Randolph Stroope as well as some of the great standards we all know and love. We are looking to add new singers to our ranks, who are keen to join a friendly new choir. Personal effort and commitment is essential. We need singers in all voice sections and are keen to welcome experienced singers as well as men who are willing to learn a new skill of singing together in harmony.

  • St Ives Choral Society, Cambridgeshire Based in Cambridgehire, St Ives Choral Society as it is now called, began in 1974. Since then we have given over 100 performances and sung in many locations. Recent concerts have included Handel's Solomon and Haydn's The Seasons. Occasionally we have joined forces to sing with other local choirs to perform larger pieces such as Verdi's Requiem, Walton's Belshazzar's Feast and Elgar’s Dream of Gerontius, both in Ely Cathedral. For most of our concerts we have an excellent orchestra to accompany us, composed of local musicians of the highest standard. Over the years, the choir has seen many changes, and our links with tradition have also stretched to incorporate more contemporary ideas for the choir. Our annual Family Christmas Concert has become an annual 'landmark' which draws a lot of new faces into our audiences! To date we have approximately 120 members.

  • St.Ives Community Choir, Cornwall The choir exists to give an opportunity for those who love to sing and have fun doing so. We practice once a week and give concerts to varied audiences, mainly in the local area. Our concerts have raised thousands of pounds for local and national charities. Visitors are welcome to listen in during our practice evenings. You may decide to join us!  New members are always welcome

  • St James Singers, Oxford Male voice a cappella ensemble of nine from Oxfordshire, singing sacred & secular music
  • St James the Greater, Leicester The most visible part of music making at St James' is the choir. Founded in 1921, the choir has been constantly recognised as one of the leading parish church choirs in the Midlands. This reputation is maintained by the hard work and dedication of the church's choirs who sing two services each Sunday, and at numerous special occasions throughout the year. The choir leads the congregation in hymn singing and also offers pieces of choral music during the service. The choirs - and indeed everyone at St James the Greater - take pride in continuing the 500 year-old tradition of English choral music that is part of both the church's and our nation's heritage. Sadly, this tradition is currently in decline but this is one of very few remaining parish churches with separate boys' and girls' choirs who sing with the ATB choir, both individually and combined; the Men also sing some services on their own. In recent years' ladies have joined to sing alto alongside the countertenors, tenors and basses.
  • St James the Less Church Choir, Penicuik, Scotland Also with RealAudio clips - I won't judge whether they're Less or Greater!
  • St James Parish Church Choir, Paddington, London St James’s enjoys a superb professional choir of five mixed voices (eight voices on major feasts), who sing a broad and diverse range of music at High Mass. The resonant acoustics of the church lend themselves well to music of the Renaissance, and works by Alonso and Duarte Lobo, Francisco Guerrero, Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Tomas Luis de Victoria, Orlando de Lassus, Thomas Tallis, and William Byrd are at the core of the repertoire. Almost all of Mozart’s mass settings are sung, with chamber organ accompaniment, alongside those of Haydn and Schubert.
  • St James Parish Church Choir, Weybridge, Surrey The choir exists to lead and support the worship of the church through music, both at regular weekly services, and on other special occasions. It is a mixed voice choir of fifty choristers. Anybody wishing to join is made very welcome. No auditions are held and no previous experience is necessary. Choir practice is on Wednesday evenings in the Church from 6.30 – 8.00 pm for younger choristers and from 7.30 – 9.00 pm for adult choristers. Anyone interested in joining is welcome to come on any Wednesday to listen to a practice or they are more than welcome to join in. Our comprehensive library contains music of all periods and each week an anthem is sung at the Sunday Eucharist service. The choir has also sung evensong in Guildford Cathedral, St Albans Cathedral and Westminster Abbey on a number of occasions.
  • St John of Jerusalem Festival Chorus, Hackney, London The St. John of Jerusalem Festival Chorus is a community choir which has been performing major choral works in Hackney for more than 15 years. Performances have included works by Bach, Mozart, Brahms, Britten and Vivaldi. The choir has also taken part in opera concerts at the Hackney Empire and a music festival in Paris. We rehearse and perform at St. John of Jerusalem Church and, although we are not a church choir, some members have also sung in church events, including the annual carol service.

  • St John the Baptist Church Choir, Kingsthorpe, Northampton This is a SATB choir for both children and adults. It sings Sunday morning services every week and full choral evensong on all but the second Sunday of the month.
  • St John the Baptist Frenchay Church Choir , Bristol Frenchay Church has a long and continuing choral and musical tradition.
  • St John the Baptist Parish Church Choir, Bromsgrove, London If you enjoy singing and would like to join us then come along to one of our practices. There are no auditions, but plenty of opportunities to learn and develop your singing skills. The choir normally sings on three Sunday mornings a month at 10:45, with rehearsals at 10:10. There is also Choral Evensong on the first Sunday of the month at 18:00 with a rehearsal beforehand at 17:15
  • St John the Baptist Parish Church, Knaresborough,Yorkshire We are an enthusiastic choir with a wide repertoire. We sing for a variety of services to support the worship at St. John's church including a monthly Choral Eucharist and Choral Evensong, and liturgical performances of Classical Masses for special occasions. Regular tours are arranged to sing in Cathedrals throughout the UK and occasionally abroad. New members are always welcome.

  • St John the Evangelist Choir, Walton on the Hill, Liverpool St. John's Choir was founded in 1882, two years after the church's foundation in 1880. The choir is a mixed Adult and Junior choir and rehearse once a week. The Sunday Service is at 10.00am, and choir practice is Tuesday evening, 7.00pm - 8.30pm
  • St John Singers, Salisbury, Wiltshire The St John Singers is an auditioned choir in Salisbury of about 45 voices with choir members coming from Salisbury and the surrounding area.  The choir's repertoire, consists of both sacred and secular works  covering the Tudor period to the present day. The choir rehearses weekly on Mondays during  term time and performs some four or five concerts a year in Salisbury and further afield including trips abroad.  We welcome enquiries to join the choir.
  • St John's Cathedral Choir, Salford The choir of St. John's Cathedral, Salford welcomes enthusiastic men and women singers in all voices. Situated not far from the centre of Manchester, St. John's is the Cathedral for the Catholic Diocese of Salford, and has both a long tradition of sacred choral music and a thriving parish community. The choir sings every Sunday at 11 am from the months of September to July, as well as on other important feast days, especially around Easter and Christmas. We cover a wide range of musical styles, from Gregorian chant and renaissance polyphony to contemporary music in more popular vein. As well as singing at the liturgical celebrations of the parish community of St. John's, the choir also sings at major diocesan celebrations, both in the Cathedral and around the Diocese.
  • St Johns Choir, Sevenoaks, Kent The robed choir of St John’s has about eighteen singers on the roll at present, including some junior choristers. We sing an anthem every Sunday morning and at weekday evening festivals: the repertoire ranging from the 15th century to the 21st. The junior choristers follow a scheme of training using the Royal School of Church Music’s ribbons, rewarding their growing musical and liturgical expertise. Former St John’s choristers have gone on to sing with distinction in University and college choirs across the UK, and we have started off boys who have gone on to be head choristers at Canterbury Cathedral and at Kings College Cambridge.

  • St John's Church Choir, West Byfleet, Nr Woking, Surrey  We are an enthusiastic  and friendly Church Choir that really enjoys singing in the wonderful acoustics of St John's, West Byfleet. We have a wide repertoire of scared music, and sing every week during term time, and at major festivals.
  • St John's College Choir, Cambridge St John's College, Cambridge, has a distinguished tradition of religious music and, since the 1670s, has possessed a College Choir whose main duty is singing the daily services in the College Chapel during the University Term. The services follow the Cathedral tradition of the Church of England, Evensong being sung during Term six days a week and Sung Eucharist in addition on Sunday mornings. During the University Vacation the Choir carries out engagements in the UK and overseas. Recent tours have taken the Choir to various places, including Holland, the USA and France. The Choir has also made a large number of recordings.
  • St John's Episcopal Choir, Edinburgh They regularly sing outside St John's, such as recently Roslyn Chapel, Thirlestane Castle and the Cathedral of the Isles, and have an annual retreat to the Isle of Cumbrae on the west coast
  • St John's Festival Choir, Loughton, Essex Composed of singers from many other choirs. Each project is advertised, promoted and financed on a standalone basis, and singers register with the choir for just that project, with no obligation or commitment beyond that.
  • St Laurence Parish Church Choir, Ludlow, Shropshire The historic choral tradition of St Laurence’s was first recorded in 1492, making it one of the oldest choirs in England, a country famous throughout the world for its unique choral heritage. At St Laurence’s we have very high musical standards. We are a choir of children and adults, and are the only professionally run church choir in South Shropshire, led by our Director of Music Shaun Ward. The full choir sings at the Sunday morning 9.30am Parish Eucharist, and the adults also sing choral evensong twice a month and choral matins twice a month. We have many major events throughout the year including a solemn choral requiem in November, Nine Lessons and Carols by candlelight in December, as well as other orchestral choral services at Easter.

  • St Luke's Choir, Brighton, Sussex We are mixed choir of all ages who strive to achieve the highest possible standards in church choral music. New members are welcome to come along for a few weeks to see how they get along. We rehearse on a Thursday evening from 7.30 to 9.30 and are a very welcoming and friendly choir.

  • St Luke's Church Choir, Chelsea, London This choir is one of the best voluntary parish church choirs in London. It is made up of around 25 committed and experience singers. The choir sings at the Parish Eucharist at at Choral Evensong each Sunday, and for some major festivals. New recruits are always welcome. Membership is by audition or equivalent.
  • St. Luke's Church Choir , Bournemouth St Luke's Choir, Bournemouth is a friendly SATB church choir. We sing music from plainchant to the present day, taken from the Church and Cathedral repertoire. Items sung by the choir range from music composed by William Byrd, Thomas Tallis and Anton Bruckner, to works of contemporary composers such as Malcolm Archer and John Rutter. The choir leads the congregation in the singing of hymns and communion settings, as well as singing a solo item during communion at the Sunday morning service. In addition we sing Cathedral-style choral evensongs and special seasonal services.

  • St Margaret Society of Queens', Cambridge Alias MagSoc, the largest non-auditioning chorus in the University of Cambridge; but open to all, whether student or not
  • St Mark's Church Choir, Dundela, Belfast, N. Ireland A very pleasant and peaceful MIDI file plays for Internet Explorer users ...
  • St Mark's Church Choir, Swindon, Wiltshire St. Mark's Church, the Anglo-Catholic Parish Church in the historic Great Western Railway town of Swindon New Town, has a long Cathedral-style musical history, singing early and well-known music for the liturgy within the English choral tradition. At the 10 o'clock Sunday morning service the choir sings a choral mass setting and an anthem. The masses currently in the choir's repertoire number more than 30, and range from Byrd and Palestrina, through Mozart, to Leighton and Langlais. They also have an impressive repertoire of liturgical anthems and motets.

  • St Mark's Community Choir, Kennington, London We meet every Thursday evening at St Mark's Church Kennington from 7.30pm-9pm. Anyone is welcome, no membership fee and no experience needed!

  • St Mark's Hamilton Terrace Choir, London A voluntary choir of experienced and enthusiastic singers with a professional Director of Music. We sing the full variety of the Choral Repertoire and enjoy socialising together. New singers always welcomed. St Mark's Church, Hamilton Terrace, NW8 9UT - nearest tube, Maida Vale (300 meters) St John's Wood (600m) Director of Music: Dr Giles Brightwell.

  • St Martin-in-the Fields Parish Choir, Trafalgar Square, London The Choir of St Martin-in-the-Fields is a mixed voluntary choir which performs to a professional standard and enjoys a high profile. Comprising of approximately 24 members, drawn from many different walks of life, the Choir performs music from the whole range of traditional 'cathedral' liturgical repertoire as well as new and innovative Christian music.
  • St Martin’s Parish Church Choir, Brighouse, West Yorkshire Our choir is continuing a long established choral tradition at St Martin’s Brighouse singing a wide range of good choral music from all periods and leading the congregational singing. The choir’s regular singing commitments are Sunday mornings, except the first Sunday of the month and Sunday evening (Choral Evensong) on the third Sunday of the month, choir practice is on Thursday evening. There are additional singing commitments at times such as Christmas, Lent and Easter and when there are special services. The choir is a mixed and friendly team of adults and children who enjoy the benefits of singing good music together.  Singing is good for you and the music is glorious – take the first step and get in touch.

  • St Mary & St Nicolas Parish Church Choir, Spalding, Lincolnshire

  • St Mary-At-Finchley Parish Church Choir, London N3  The Choir is the main musical group in St Mary's Church. Affiliated members of the Royal School of Church Music, we contribute to the music of the church throughout the year and embrace all ages (nearly) - our youngest members are six or seven years old, and there is no upper age limit! The Choir sings a wide and interesting range of music; we try to sing a different anthem each week, and have a service of Choral Evensong each month.
  • St Mary-le-Tower Civic Church Choir, Ipswich, Suffolk Music is integral to the mission of St Mary-le-Tower, which has long been a place of choral excellence.  Today it offers a traditional style of choral worship with a real emphasis on the involvement of young people. The choir is made of three sections: boys, girls and adults.  At any given Sunday service, it is usually either the boys or the girls who sing the top (soprano or treble) line with the adults of the choir singing the alto, tenor and bass parts. At major festivals and for some other events the whole choir combines. Twice a month the choir is made up of boys and men, maintaining a long-standing tradition at the Tower. In addition to the high standard of choral music that this choir offers weekly, the church is the busiest promotor of classical music in Ipswich, organising a regular series of lunchtime concerts.

  • St Mary Magdalene Choir, Enfield Small SATB church choir, have a wide repertoire of music. We rehearse on Fridays from 7:30 to 8:30, and sing a Sung Eucharist on Sunday mornings at 10:00.

  • St Mary Magdalene, Newark, Nottinghamshire Founded by Thomas Magnus in 1532, the choir is unique among parish churches as a pre-reformation choral foundation. For nearly 500 years the choir has continuously sung the weekly offices. bringing rhythm and life to the building. Today services are a mix of trebles and men's voices, and the church welcomes both girl and boy choristers. Children receive an excellent musical education, individual lessons and are even paid to sing!

  • St Mary Redcliffe Church Choir, Bristol Queen Elizabeth I called St Mary's the goodliest, fairest and most famous parish church in England, and I wouldn't argue.

  • St Mary the Virgin Church Choir, Merton, SW London Around 30 trebles and gentlemen, reflecting the broad Anglican choral repertoire within a traditional liturgy. Includes RealAudio files
  • St. Mary the Virgin, Stone, Kent Sometimes called "Little Westminster" we have a small choir singing regularly in this beautiful and historic 13th century church. Keeping up choral traditions
  • St Mary the Virgin Parish Church Choir, West Derby, Liverpool, Merseyside. A traditional Anglican choir consisting currently of 19 boys and 16 men. Their music plays an important part in the worship of the church and also at weddings and other more informal settings. They can be heard on the website to be truly appreciated.

  • St Mary Singers, Spalding, Lincolnshire The Singers have a particular style of music, using mainly Mission Praise, Iona, and Taizé music
  • St Mary’s Church Choir, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire. A 25 strong choir with 10 trebles boys/girls. We provide the choir for all services including sung and choral evensong.  Affiliates of RSCM. Several concerts per year.
  • St Mary's Church Choir, Nottingham Under the leadership of John Keys, the Choir of St Mary’s Church is recognised as one of the region’s finest. Renowned for its versatility and wide repertoire it performs music from plainsong through to world premieres. As well as performing music for liturgical use, the choir regularly undertakes large scale works which recently have included the Bach passions and Verdi’s Requiem.

  • St Mary's with St Peter's Church Choir, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk St. Mary's Choir is affiliated to the Royal School of Church Music and to the prestigious St Nicholas Guild. In recent years our choir has sung a series of concerts in Israel, Turkey, Cyprus, Malta and more recently Spain and Gibraltar. They have been accompanied by families and supporters. The choir have also sung in many famous locations in the UK including Canterbury, St Paul's, Lincoln, Ely and Worcester Cathedrals. They have also sung at St George's Chapel, Windsor.  There is also an annual camp for the boys.

  • St Mary's Church Choir, Moseley, Birmingham For well over a century the church has maintained a strong choral tradition. There are currently two choirs: the St Mary's Choir, a traditional Robed Choir consisting of boy and girl choristers and a "back row" of Altos, Tenors and Basses, many of whom were formerly Trebles in the choir; there is also the St Mary's Singers, an SATB choir of adult lady and gentlemen singers.
  • St Mary's Chamber Choir, Bridgnorth, Shropshire St Mary’s Chamber Choir was formed in 2005 with the aim of promoting and performing a wide variety of music. We are a choir of between 50 to 60 Sopranos, Altos, Tenors and Basses. Choir members come from the local community of Bridgnorth, surrounding villages, the West Midlands and as far away as Oxfordshire! The Choir produces concerts generally at Easter and Christmas and occasionally has an extra concert in the summer depending on availability and numbers.

  • St Mary's Collegiate Church Choirs, Warwick, Warwickshire Since the first choir was founded in 1123, music has filled this magnificent mediaeval church of St Mary, Warwick.  Choral singing is one of Britain’s richest traditions and a vibrant, living heritage which is often the preserve of our great cathedrals.  The fine choirs of this church are precious; they transform and inspire worship and enrich the community of Warwick. The English choral tradition remains central to music at St Mary’s Church and today’s flourishing choirs enjoy an international reputation.

  • St Mary's Ecumenical Choir, Shropshire St. Mary's Ecumenical Choir, based in Shropshire, is a mixed choir of around 25 voices with members from all over the UK. The choir has sung services and performed concerts in many Cathedrals and Churches in the UK as well as further afield such as Belgium and Germany.  The choir was founded in 1968 by Hugh Smith as Director and Christopher Blake as Organist, The choir name, St. Mary's Ecumenical, was decided upon as the original membership was drawn from St. Mary's Catholic Church, Shifnal, Shropshire, and St. Mary Magdalene CofE church in Albrighton. The choir sings both a cappella and accompanied music from an extensive sacred and secular repertoire

  • St Mary's Episcopal Cathedral, Edinburgh
  • St Mary’s Festival Choir, Nunthorpe-in-Cleveland, North Yorkshire North .The choir performs monthly at festival services in the Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin, Nunthorpe-in-Cleveland. It is also available to sing at weddings at the church, or elsewhere. The choir normally rehearses on Sunday evenings at 4.30pm.

  • St Mary's Latin Mass Choir, Chelsea, London We sing at the 1130hrs Latin Sung Mass at St Mary's in the heart of London.  We believe we are one of a very few amateur choirs who sing the music we do. Our aim is to retain the traditional Latin liturgy for which the Gregorian Plainchant and other polyphonic music we sing was intended. We have an extensive and ever-expanding Repertoire of c. 50 mass settings and over 150 motets ranging in period from Gregorian Chant, through the Renaissance and Baroque and the 19th Century revival, and up to the modern day. We are fortunate to have had a number of pieces especially written for us and we are always looking for new members.

  • St Mary’s Long Ditton Church Choir, Surbiton, Surrey St Mary's Long Ditton choir currently has 20 regular members, aged from 8 to 86, with visiting singers, friends, extended family and returning students supplementing our numbers throughout the year. We sing on Sundays at the St Mary's 10.15 am service and at Evensong (2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays of each month) at 6pm. We also sing at Guildford Cathedral once a year and for local weddings, concerts, charity fund raising events or other occasions on request. We are sociable, friendly and flexible - we understand that everyone's lives are busy and so we welcome anyone from age 7 upwards who loves music and wants to sing with us, whether on a regular or only occasional basis.  We supply all music and equipment, there is no joining fee and children are even paid for singing!

  • St Marys' Parish Church Choir, Tetbury, Gloucestershire has a long tradition of providing fine choral church music. The church has a good acoustic for music and has an excellent pipe organ. The choir sings for the Communion Service each week and for Choral Evensong on the first Sunday of each month. We sing for special services throughout the church year, and sing the Festival Eucharist for the Tetbury Music Festival in October. We aim to sing an interesting and varied repertoire to a high standard, everything from Byrd to Pärt, enjoying ourselves in the process! The choir is supported financially by The Friends of Tetbury Church Choir who also administer the James Cowley Singing Scholarship for a junior choir member. The Organist and Choirmaster is always delighted to receive enquiries from potential new singers both young and old. Choir practice is on Wednesday evening in the church from 7:15 pm.

  • St Mary’s Priory Church Choir, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, South Wales We are the church choir of St Mary's Priory Church, Abergavenny, (the church is part of the Church in Wales, within the Anglican communion).  The choir consists of about sixteen children and sixteen adults, and has a commitment to leading the worship at the morning services week by week, as well as a number of occasional special services throughout the year.  The church dates back to mediaeval times, and contains many beautiful artefacts including the famous "Jesse Tree".  New members always welcome.

  • St Mary's Scholars, Warwickshire St Mary's Scholars is one of the leading chamber choirs in Warwickshire and gives regular performances in the beautiful setting of St Mary's Collegiate Church.

  • St Mary's Singers, Potton, Bedfordshire A friendly mixed community choir, performing a wide variety of music including classical choral, spirituals, songs from musicals, folk, opera choruses and modern popular music.  Rehearsals are on Wednesday evenings in Potton, Bedfordshire.  No audition, and no requirement to be able to read music.
  • St Mary's Singers, Truro, Cornwall St Mary's Singers exists primarily to sing the services at Truro Cathedral when the Cathedral Choir is on holiday. In addition, the thirty-five strong choir gives concerts throughout the year performing with St Mary's Orchestra in spring and summer. Bach's St John Passion is performed liturgically on Palm Sunday each year and recent concerts have featured Italian baroque, German baroque, German romantic and British twentieth-century music, from Bach's Mass in B minor to James MacMillan's Cantos Sagrados. The choir is enterprising in its efforts to introduce young people to classical music and the Anglican choral tradition. There are eight free places available to talented students and an annual concert is performed in November with over 100 pupils from local schools and colleges. Entry to all our performances is free to under-18s.
  • St Mary's Church Choir, Stoke D'Abernon, Surrey Regular choral services are offered, including Sung Eucharist, with a Latin Mass or English Communion setting and communion motet sung by the Choral Scholars on the 1st Sunday of each month. Special choral services sung by the scholars, sometimes with the girl choristers, include the candlelit Advent and Christmas Carol Services, Midnight Mass, Maundy Thursday Sung Eucharist, Good Friday Devotion, Easter Sunday Sung Eucharist, and an evening Ascension Day Services. Choral Evensongs are sung several times a year, and solo anthems are offered at some services of Evensong.

  • St.Mary's, Warwick This site covers the four choirs at the Collegiate Church: the gentlemen and boys of St Mary's Choir, the St Mary's Girls Choir, the St Mary's Scholars chamber choir and Collegium

  • St Matthew's Choir, Ealing, London A 40 strong mixed choir singing sacred choral and secular works at 5 concerts and services a year.
  • St Michael and All Angels' Choir, Bassett, Southampton, Hants  St. Michael's Senior choir are one of the best choirs of their type in the area. They sing at an average of three Eucharist services and two choral evensongs a month, singing a repertoire that takes in over five centuries of the finest church music. The choir also perform in concerts and special services, as well as regular trips to cathedrals and abbeys - in 2008 we'll be singing at Chichester Cathedral, Tewkesbury Abbey and Winchester Cathedral.
  • St Michael and All Saints Church Choir, Edinburgh, Scotland We are a highly regarded and friendly church choir.  Music is an essential part of the High Church liturgy and every Sunday we sing a mass setting and anthem by composers ranging from William Byrd to Kenneth Leighton, and also full choral Evensong and Benediction.  If you can read music and have some singing experience, we'd be pleased to hear from you.
  • St. Michael at the North Gate, Oxford As in so many churches years ago, the choir of St Michael at the North Gate was, for long time, made up of boy trebles and men. Today, the choir is a mixed consort of men and women, most of whom are students at the University of Oxford.
  • St Michael's, Cornhill, London Two choirs on one site: the amateur St Michael's Singers have an impressive record of world/London premières, while the 10-strong semi-pro church choir provide Sunday and some weekday services.
  • St Michael's Church Choir, Cumnor, Oxfordshire St Michael’s has a fine, enthusiastic choir of adults and children. Children are welcome into the choir from the age of seven. They do not have to read music or play an instrument, but it does help if they can read. The choristers work towards their Voice for Life ribbons. These are part of a training scheme under the auspices of the Royal School of Church Music, to which St Michael’s choir is affiliated. Choir practice is at 6.30 on a Friday night. All newcomers are looked after very well by the older choristers who guide them through the service and lead them through the music.

  • St Michael’s Church Choir, Sittingbourne, Kent The choir is a small choir; currently about 12 members.We’re a robed choir and sing traditional music.  As well as singing during communion at Sunday morning services, we lead the sung settings.  We also have a choral evensong every month.  We also sing at churches on the Isle of Sheppey once a year by invitation.
  • St Neots Choral Society, Cambridgeshire Formed as the Longsands Choral Society, changing its name in 1976, this 90 strong choir has been in existence under the musical direction of Reginald Searle for 30 years

  • St Neots Rock Choir, Cambridge A weekly feel good rock, pop and motown choir for people of all ages. Free taster session available. No experience necessary. Every Wednesday evening from 8-9:30pm.

  • St Nicolas Cathedral Choir, Newcastle, Tyne & Wear Newcastle Cathedral Choir has a reputation for high standards of music within the liturgy and musical performances that stretches across the region and beyond. It consist of two separate and independent choirs of young singers (trebles). We have a choir of up to 24 Boy Choristers, and a choir of up to 24 Girl Choristers. There is a back row of six professional singers (the Lay Clerks) augmented by Choral Scholars who will usually be students at one of Newcastle’s universities.

  • St Nicolas Cathdral Schola Cantorum, Newcastle, Tyne & Wear  Newcastle Cathedral Schola Cantorum is a choir for female sopranos and altos who are interested in singing liturgical choral music to a high standard. The group sings Choral Evensong on a weekly basis during university term time. Many of our singers are students at the University of Newcastle or Northumbria University, but any singers with appropriate musical experience and vocal qualities will be considered.

  • St Nicholas Church, Blundellsands, Liverpool, Merseyside. A friendly, robed traditional SATB choir with RSCM affiliation who provide the music at each Sunday morning service and season services as required. Also, a non-audition community choir producing concerts of major works and regular visits to perform at cathedrals up and down the country.

  • St Nicholas' Church Choir, Rotherfield Greys The choir, which sings at major church festivals and services, is currently 17 strong and growing. Choir practice is on Friday evening at 8 p.m. followed by a social get together in the adjacent pub! We are affiliated to the Royal School of Church Music.

  • St Olave's Church Choir, York The Parish Church of St Olave’s in the ancient city of York has the distinction of being the most ancient foundation in the British Isles dedicated in honour of Olaf King of Norway.

  • St. Oswald of Winwick Parish Church Choir, Warrington, Cheshire: e-mail only: contact Michael Wynne Mixed choir of 35 voices: children, women and men. Sung Mass, Sunday 10 am. Concerts and services at home and away.

  • St Patrick's Choral, Redfield, Bristol. St Patrick's Choral is a mixed voice choir of 27 members. Since it's formation in September 2004 it has sung the Mass in E flat by Schubert and a variety of anthems by Shephard, Wesley and others and has chanted four part psalms. It has two sub-groups; seperate male and female voice ensembles. We are always looking for new members and you do not have to be a Catholic or Parishoner of St Patrick's. There are no formal auditions. We usually practice on a Thursday evening between 7.30 and 9.30pm at St Patrick's Church in Redfield.

  • St Paulinus Singers, Ripon, North Yorkshire A friendly chamber choir based in York. We present three or four concerts each year. Wide repertoire, ranging from sixteenth century to the present day, and from classical to popular. Although we get the music in advance, we only come together for three or four rehearsals before each concert, so go sight-reading is necessary.
  • St Paul's Cathedral, London There has been a choir of boys and gentlemen at St Paul’s Cathedral for over nine centuries. The earliest records date from 1127, when the then Bishop of London, Richard de Belmeis founded what was the first choir school and made provision for ’almonry’ boys to serve the Cathedral. The 2nd of December 1697 saw the opening of Wren’s great Cathedral following the Great Fire of 1666. John Blow, the then Minister of the Choristers, wrote his anthem, 'I was glad when they said unto me' to be sung at this grand occasion. He was assisted by his pupil Jeremiah Clarke, who was to become the first official Organist of the new Cathedral. Purcell’s Te Deum and Jubilate was also performed, accompanied by Father Smith’s large new organ esteemed the best in Europe according to the diarist John Evelyn.  
  • St Paul's Knightsbridge Festival Choir, London St Paul's Knightsbridge Festival Choir is a long established, friendly and sociable choir of about 80 singers. We perform a wide variety of major works, normally with an orchestra. The venue for our performances is usually St Paul's Church in Wilton Place, Knightsbridge. The choir is formally registered as a charity aimed at advancing, improving, developing and maintaining public education in, and appreciation of, the art and science of music in all its aspects by the presentation of public concerts.
  • St Peter and St Paul's Church Choir, Tring, Hertfordshire We are a choir of all ages and varying skills and our main function is to sing at the main Sunday service each week throughout the year. We also sing in other churches in the local area from time to time and for weddings and other special occasions. We are almost always on the lookout for new members.
  • St Peter's Church Choir, Bocking, Braintree, Essex Boys and men singing services at this and other churches and cathedrals. All boys are given an excellent vocal and musical training and have a great social life
  • St Peter's Church Choir, Kinver, Stourbridge, Staffordshire e-mail only: contact: stpeters.choir@hotmail.com The choir sings at services on Sunday Mornings, Weddings, Funerals, Special Evening Services, Choral Evensongs and Concerts with music from Handel, Mozart, Vivaldi, Bruckner, Stanford and brand new compositions never performed before. We practice on Thursday evenings from 7.30 – 9pm. If you are 18 or over and interested in joining the choir please contact our Choir Master

  • St Peter's Church Choir, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire RSCM-affiliated choir in a musically active church
  • St Peter's Church Choir, Nottingham St Peter's Church stands in the heart of Nottingham, and the voluntary, robed choir produces what the Nottingham Evening Post has termed an "outstanding standard of music-making" Sunday-by-Sunday, as well as in frequent concert appearances and visits to other churches and cathedrals both in the UK and abroad.

  • St Peter's Church Choir, Streatham, London SW16 A small, ambitious, enthusiastic and very friendly choir. As well as performing the 'old chestnuts' of Anglican music at services we also enjoy the challenge of learning new music. With both high standards and wide choral output we always receive repeat invitations and praise from the Cathedrals we have visited. We always welcome new members
  • St Peter's College Choir, Oxford St Peter’s College choir is one of Oxford’s leading mixed voice choirs, singing two services a week in addition to special events. These services are on Thursdays at 18:15 and Sundays at 18:00 in term time. Jeremy Summerly is the Director of Music.

  • St Peter's Collegiate Church Choir, Wolverhampton, W Midlands. The Anglican church of St Peter has two wonderful choirs, one of 16 men and 20 boys, and another of 33 girls. These sing at Sunday & Friday services, major festivals and weddings.
  • St. Peter's Consort, Wakefield, West Yorkshire St. Peter's Consort is a chamber choir, currently of 21 singers, formed in 1983 to specialise in the performance of church music in both concerts and services. The choir can be booked to give concerts for local church funds or charities.  It is also available to sing at weddings.  The Consort has sung in over half the Cathedrals of England and has taken its music making to North Wales and Scotland.   Easter 2003, saw the choir performing services and concerts in Paris, including Notre-Dame, as part of the choir’s 20th anniversary celebrations.  In 2008, as part of its silver jubilee celebrations, the choir will sing in the major churches of Bruges, Ghent and Brussels. The choir has also broadcast on national radio on a number of occasions and made five recordings.

  • St Peter's Community Choir, Mansfield NG18: e-mail only: contact Louise Cook  We meet at St Peter's Church, Church side, Mansfield. We currently have around 20 members but are growing all the time. We meet fortnightly on Saturdays at 1.30pm and include all ages (including children) and abilities. We are very friendly, welcoming, supportive and have fun singing Musical Theatre and popular music repertoire.

  • St Peter's Junior Choir, Mansfield NG18: e-mail only: contact Louise Cook We meet weekly during term time on Wednesdays at 4pm and perform at the monthly Family Service in church. 

  • St Peter's Parish Church, Petersfield, Hampshire is a mixed choir of all ages with around two dozen members. It sings at the Sunday morning Parish Eucharist, and on the second and fourth Sundays of the month sings Choral Evensong, with settings of the responses and canticles, and an anthem.Junior choristers receive separate small-group training leading to the various ribbons of the RSCM’s Voice for Life scheme. Five members of the choir have achieved Bishop’s Chorister status and one the Gold Award.
  • St Peters Singers of Leeds, W Yorkshire A choir of about 40 voices, conducted by Simon Lindley, and based at Leeds Parish Church. Repertoire includes the great oratorios of Bach, Handel, Mozart and Haydn, a cappella masterpieces of the Renaissance and encompasses ventures into the 20th Century. The Singers have championed the work of Francis Jackson both in recordings and in commissioning and performing new works.
  • St Peters Singers, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire A mixed chamber choir of about 25 voices, performing concerts in and around Peterborough, and occasionally joins with other choirs and orchestras for joint concerts. The repertoire spans eight centuries, from the 15th century to the present day, with a particular emphasis on British composers. We regularly sing Choral Evensong at Peterborough Cathedral and other neighbouring Cathedrals.
  • St Philip Neri Singers, Manchester They sing masses and motets by composers from 16C to the present day in the correct liturgical setting, about 5 times each term for the major feast days. You don't have to be a Catholic!
  • St Raphael Singers, Wakefield, West Yorkshire We are a small, mixed, choir, mainly older people, who sing to raise money for local charities and local churches. We are based at Pinderfields Hospital, Wakefield, West Yorkshire (St Raphael being the Patron Saint of the sick).

  • St Stephen with St John, Westminster, London The church choir in London is a mixed voluntary parish choir, singing on Sunday mornings with rehearsals sandwiching the 10 a.m. Eucharist. The repertoire is modest but high quality, and the worship dignified but unstuffy.  
  • St Stythians Male Voice Choir, Stithians, Cornwall Formed in 1947 and now with 46 members, it has performed in venues in London and Malta.
  • St Thomas Gospel Choir, Exeter, Devon St Thomas Gospel Choir is one of the South West's largest community choirs with over 40 members. The choir meets on Wednesdays in St Thomas Methodist Church (Opposite the Health Centre), Cowick Street, Exeter from 7:15 - 9:15 pm. We welcome anyone with a desire to sing and a love of music in all its diversity! Many of our songs are Christian (it's a GOSPEL choir!), but our members are of various faiths or none at all. There are no auditions - just come along.

  • St Thomas of Canterbury Parish Church Choir, Brentwood, Essex Three choirs from one church: the Parish Choir, the Girls' Choir and the Becket Singers
  • St Thomas-on-The Bourne Church Choir, Farnham, Surrey The tradition of the church has been fully choral led by a choir of men and boys, and while this choir has been maintained, there have been plenty of new opportunities within the church. We now have a Girl’s Choir, a Chamber Choir, and an embryonic music group which helps to lead the worship at the family service on first Sunday of the month. Although the girls choir are now singing more frequently than when they first began, often with the men, the Parish Choir of boys and men still sing at the greatest number of services. The Chamber Choir has given the men an opportunity to sing four part (and more! music with sopranos, and has widened even further the repertoire of the choirs at St. Thomas.
  • St Thomas’ Church, Stourbridge, West Midlands One of few English parish churches still to preserve the all-male singing tradition, music plays a major part in the worshipping and spiritual life of St Thomas' Church, Stourbridge.  Based in the West Midlands town of Stourbridge, the Georgian Church of St Thomas stands prominently in the town centre. Both architecturally and acoustically, it is a superb home for an accomplished choir with ambitious plans for the future - and for a thriving concert series.

  • St Vincent Singers, Gosport, Hampshire A well established mixed group which has been performing for nearly 30 years, still containing founder members, including the leader.  Gives around 60 performances each year, mainly to old peoples' homes, but also available for general concerts, weddings, etc.  Meets each Tuesday evening during term time at St Vincent College, Gosport.