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  • Tabernacl Music Society Choir, Bridgend. A mixed voice choir formed in 1990 and initially presented concerts annually under the direction of Mr Aldwyn Humphreys. After Mr Humphreys’ death in 1994, the direction of the choir was taken over by Dr Kevin Adams. The choir performs music from a broad repertoire including classical choral works (often with orchestra), songs from musicals and folk song arrangements. Weekly rehearsals are held on Tuesday evenings from 7pm-8.45pm in Tabernacl Chapel, Derwen Road, Bridgend. Major works performed in recent years include Messiah (Handel), Elijah (Mendelssohn), Gloria (Poulenc), and settings of the Stabat Mater by Rossini, Dvorák and Karl Jenkins. Our current Musical Director Matthew Nash was appointed to take over the position of Musical Director, commencing in September 2014. 

  • Tabernacle Morriston Choir / Cor Taberncal Treforys This long established Mixed Choir is based in Morriston, Swansea. It has just performed its 138th Annual Concert. Rehearsals take place in Tabernacle Chapel (the largest chapel in Wales!) on Sunday evenings 7.00 pm – 9.00 pm. It is a non-audition choir and has a wide age range. The Annual Concert is performed with orchestral accompaniment and some other concerts are arranged in surrounding areas during the year. A combined Three Choirs Christmas Festival is an annual event involving local school choirs and brass band.

  • Take Note Community Choir, Tiverton, Devon Founded in April 2010 Take Note Community Choir is a fun place for people of all ages to come and enjoy singing together. We meet on Mondays 7pm til 8.15pm at St. Paul’s Church, Tiverton, with refreshments afterwards. We are funded by the Caroline Brewin Trust which is part of St George’s and St. Paul’s Church, and are run by a committee of choir members. Our emphasis is having fun whilst learning how to sing and how to sing songs! We have a wide repertoire, from Gershwin to Queen, from folk songs to show songs. There is no pressure to perform, although there are regular opportunities to sing in concerts. We also have regular social events. We are available for concerts and fundraising events and are always happy to see new members.

  • Take Twenty, Camden, North London North London based choir, singing jazz harmonies and arrangements (4-8 part) of jazz standards, pop, latin, and show tunes, from our talented in-house arrangers. Category finalists for BBC Choir of the Year 2010.

  • Talgarth Male Choir, Wales Formed in 1969 Talgarth Choir has been entertaining audiences for over 40 years. During this period, hundreds of concerts have been given throughout the United Kingdom and a considerable sum has been raised for numerous charities. The choir has sung at the Royal Albert Hall on sixoccasions, twice at the Millennium Stadium as part of the World Choir and three times in the Festival of Remembrance concert at St. David's Hall, Cardiff.

  • Tallis Chamber Choir One of our leading choirs, 12-60 strong depending on the occasion, and specialising in unique and meticulously researched programmes.

  • Tamar Concert Choir, Plymouth, Devon The Tamar Concert Choir was originally formed in 1990 under the name South West Concert Choir, in 1993 the name was changed to the Tamar Concert Choir. The Choir started with just six singers and now has 50 members. It was formed to sing easy listening music like New York, Over the Rainbow, Cavatina, Bohemian Rhapsody, You Raise Me Up etc. We are a very friendly mixed choir and are always looking for new members especially men. Our Musical Director is David Lodge. We meet on Thursday evening at the United Reformed Church Hall, Powisland Drive, Derriford, Plymouth from 8pm until 10pm.

  • Tamar Valley Male Voice Choir, Cornwall We are the Tamar Valley Male Voice Choir and we bring the joy of song to audiences on both sides of the Tamar Valley whilst at the same time raising much needed funds for charitable causes.

  • Tamarisk Choir, Burton Upon Trent, Staffordshire. Tamarisk is a singing group set up, run by and made up of parents of young children. Parents are welcome to bring their children and babies to rehearsals. There are usually some toys or crayons to play with (or bring your own). There are kitchen and baby change facilities. The sessions are relaxed as there are children of various ages from small babies to pre-schoolers.

  • Tamesis Chamber Choir, Reading and Thames Valley, Berkshire A new and exciting chamber choir of around 20 members. Young, fun, sociable (the pub will be one of our most important venues!), but singing to a high-standard (audition essential). Varied and extensive repertoire ranging from madrigals to Beatles arrangements. Three to four concerts a year, with rehearsals in the weeks leading up to each concert rather than every week.

  • Tapestry Singers, Cambridge "Tapestry" is a mixed-voice, a-cappella chamber choir of twelve singers based in Cambridgeshire, U.K. Formed in 1996, our repertoire has grown considerably every year, offering period and contemporary sacred music, via a wide variety of genres, to more up-beat popular songs - almost always unaccompanied.

  • Taplow Boys' Choir, Taplow, Nr Maidenhead, Bucks Taplow Boys’ Choir currently numbers over 20 boys from Year 4 to Year 9 and entry is by voice assessment.  The choir meets on Saturdays during term time from 11.15am - 12.15pm in Taplow Village Centre. Recently, Taplow Boys’ Choir has performed with the Laurie Holloway jazz trio at Norden Farm Arts Centre, Maidenhead in a 'Jazz meets Classical' concert. In addition to concerts of their own they regularly supply the boys’ chorus in performances with various local adult choirs from the Bach St. Matthew Passion in Eton College Chapel to Carmina Burana with Reading University Choral Society.

  • Taplow Children’s Choir, Taplow, Nr Maidenhead, Bucks  Taplow Children’s Choir currently numbers approximately 45 girls and boys from Year 2 to Year 6; the choir is not auditioned and is open to all.  The choir meets on Saturdays during term time from 10am – 11am in Taplow Village Centre. Taplow Children’s Choir has a busy performing schedule and receives invitations to sing in excellent venues. Taplow Children’s Choir, in addition to their own concerts, enjoy performing with other groups and choirs; the choir has performed with Norden Farm Festival Chorus, the Elgar Orchestra, Reading Phoenix Choir, Reading University Chorus and the Laurie Holloway jazz trio. Taplow Children’s Choir sang in the 2006 Final of the National Festival of Music for Youth (Junior Choral Category), in Birmingham Symphony Hall, and won the Outstanding Award (first place).

  • Taplow Girls' Choir, Taplow, Nr Maidenhead, Bucks Taplow Girls' Choir has 45 singers aged 9 to 15 and entry is by audition. The Choir meets on alternate Saturdays from 2pm - 4pm in Taplow Village Centre. Taplow Girls' Choir has performed at Reading Town Hall with Chaconne Brass, Windsor Parish Church, the ABCD. Convention Gala Concert in Guildford Cathedral, has been a regular visitor to St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle to sing Choral Evensong. In April 2007 the Taplow Girls' Choir took part in an International Choral Competition in Celje, Slovenia and returned to the UK with Gold and Silver Medals and the Adjudicator's Special Prize for the best performance in the festival of a compulsory set piece.

  • Taplow Youth Choir, Taplow, Nr Maidenhead, Bucks Taplow Youth Choir  is a mixed voice youth choir which started in September 2006 and meets on alternate Saturdays from 4.30 pm - 7.00 pm in Taplow Village Centre. There are approximately 60 members - sopranos, altos, tenors and basses, and entry is by audition. Recent highlights include a trip to Amsterdam, performing 3 concerts in the Netherlands, competing in the Final of the National Choral Competition, singing choral evensong in St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle and ten members represented the choir singing in a Prom in the Royal Albert Hall in London, at the end of August 2007 - performing in a world premiere by Rachel Portman of 'The Water Diviner's Tale'. Grand Finalists in the BBC Radio 3 Choir of the Year 2008.

  • Tartan Tones, Glasgow & Hamilton, Scotland e-mail only: contact: TartanTonesChoir@gmail.com Joint Choir from the John Lewis Contact Handling Centre

  • Tatton Singers, Knutsford, Cheshire A small (65-ish) mixed (SATB) choir centred on St. John's Parish Church, Knutsford, Cheshire, normally singing two major classical concerts (Michaelmas & Easter) and two lighter ones (June & Christmas) each year.

  • Taunton Deane Male Voice Choir, Taunton, Somerset Formed in 1946, the Choir started life as the Wessex Male Singers and was the result of a merger of two previously unsuccessful attempts at forming a male voice choir in Taunton by the Avimo Company and the Taunton Trades Council. The Choir became the Taunton Male Voice Choir in 1962 in order to strengthen its links with the town and Deane was added in 1974 when the Coat of Arms was also displayed on its uniform. Now a friendly male choir of over 40 voices performing about 18 concerts per year, often in aid of regional and national charities and good causes.

  • Tav Rishon,(The Jewish training choir), London  A new group especially for those who are new to singing, or new to choirs, and who love Jewish music. No previous experience required! Learn how to use your voice, sing in parts, and explore great music in a fun and supportive environment. Thursday evenings in central London..

  • Teddington Choral Society, London A friendly choir of 90 mixed voices performing three concerts a year: a festival for Christmas, including carols; an Easter oratorio or operatic piece; and a summer soirée with picnic supper.

  • Teddington Vocality, London 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!

  • Teesside Apollo Male Voice Choir, Middlesbrough A male voice choir of some 120 years standing, currently comprising 65 members. Performs concerts in venues around the North-east throughout the year, culminating in the Annual concerts at Middlesbrough Theatre, for 5 nights.

  • Teignmouth Sings( Community Choir), Devon We are a community choir for people who like to sing for fun. We were formed in 2009 by David Roberts and have been growing, not only in numbers but also in reputation ever since. We have become well known locally for our wide and ever-increasing repertoire of songs, from shows and musicals such as Fiddler on the Roof, Les Miserables, Mamma Mia, Sweet Charity, The King and I, to James Bond themes, medleys from Andrew Lloyd Webber, The Beatles in Review, and favourites from Queen, Adele, Labbie Siffrey,The Hollies, Ben E King and many more…. We almost always perform as a whole choir, but occasionally our members perform solos or duets, and our music director is more than happy for any one to suggest new material.

  • Telford & Shrewsbury Got2Sing Contemporary Choir Fun and friendly contemporary adult 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.

  • Telford & Wrekin Community Choir The sessions are just £2 per person and they are open to anyone over 10 years old, adults and family groups are welcome and all abilities are catered for so come along and sing up! The sessions are on Wednesday evenings 6.30pm - 8pm, Dawley House Community Hall, Burton Street, Dawley, Telfiord TF4 2ES. 

  • Temponilla, Telford, Shropshire We are a small, mixed vocal ensemble based in Telford, Shropshire. Starting out as a group of 8 friends to sing at a wedding, we have almost doubled in size over the course of our 10 years - but have no plans to expand any further! Because of our size (or lack thereof) we can sing in many small venues other choirs cannot, and as a result have been able to raise funds for many small, local  charities, churches and schools. Temponilla have performed all over Shropshire as well as at venues in Cheshire, Herefordshire and West Midlands. Our repertoire ranges from Henry VIII to Eric Whitacre, both sacred and secular. We endeavour to bring our joy of music to wherever we perform and leave the audience feeling joyful.

  • Tenby Male Choir, Pembrokeshire, S Wales

  • Tenebrae Choir, London  Formed by Nigel Short, to offer mixes the discipline of close harmony choral singing with the freedom of movement and emotion of operatic performance. The choir combines talented composers and arrangers, pianists and organists, specialist instrumentalists and choral and operatic singers.

  • Tetbury Community Choir, Gloucestershire  Friendly mixed choir in Tetbury, Gloucestershire. New members welcome, no auditions, no need to read music.  We sing a wide range of songs, from pop via songs from the shows to more challenging choral works.

  • Tewkesbury Abbey Schola Cantorum, Dean Close School, Cheltenham Tewkesbury Abbey Schola Cantorum was founded in September 2006, when The Abbey School, Tewkesbury closed and the majority of The Abbey School Choristers moved to Dean Close Preparatory School, Cheltenham. All of the Schola Cantorum choristers are educated at Dean Close Preparatory School.The choir currently sings Evensong in the Abbey on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, at 5.30pm, during term-time. In the past two months the choir has broadcast live on BBC Radio 3 and performed in the St Matthew Passion by J.S.Bach in Gloucester Cathedral.

  • Tewkesbury and District Choral Society, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire Believed to have been founded by 1844 the Society may well be one of the oldest in the country. We perform full scale choral works in Tewkesbury Abbey on a regular basis and have in excess of 100 members. Rehearsals are fun with an informal atmosphere and no barriers for new members.

  • Tewkesbury Chamber Choir, Gloucestershire Tewkesbury Chamber Choir is a small mixed voice choir of experienced singers who aim to produce good quality music in an informal setting. The choir sings a wide variety of music from a range of genres and is keen to welcome new members who have experience of choral singing and reading music.

  • TfO (The Film Orchestra) Choir, Worcester We perform only original music from film, TV & video games and are directed by Karen Kirkland. It will rehearse once-a-month at Little Witley Village Hall, Worcestershire WR6 6LL on Saturday afternoons, 4:30-5:30pm. TfO Choir is part of The film Orchestra project. All ages are welcome to the choir which will cost £40 per year (family discount membership available). The new term starts on 9th January 2016.

  • Thame Chamber Choir, Thame, Oxfordshire A 30 strong choir formed in 1999 performing both public concerts and private functions. The choir has sung at Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, Peterborough Cathedral, Wells Cathedral and Bath Abbey. Our extensive repertoire includes both sacred and secular works.

  • Thame Choral Society, Thame, Oxfordshire Formed in 1961 we manage to combine all the best aspects of a small choir. We are friendly and informal, but committed to the enjoyment of music. Because we are small, we are very flexible and can perform smaller works ourselves, whilst joining with other choral societies to perform the larger choral works. The Society has a membership of about 40 voices.

  • Thames Chamber Choir London Founded by Musical Director, conductor and composer Andrew Campling in 1999. The choir consists of a pool of some 20-25 singers and usually performs three concerts a year with a repertoire of Renaissance and twentieth century a capella music. The choir has sung mainly in London, but also in Wales, St Leonards-on-Sea, Perth Cathedral and occasional other venues out of town. If you are interested in joining TCC, you need to have good sight reading skills and be able to hold a line at one or two to a part. There is usually a preliminary audition. Rehearsals are held on the Isle of Dogs in East London usually some 6-8 weeks before each concert.

  • Thames Head Singers, Gloucestershire A mixed voice chamber choir founded in 1980. We perform a wide repertoire of sacred and secular music. We aim to achieve high singing standards and enjoy ourselves at the same time. Every year we perform concerts to raise money for charities and sing choral services at local churches and cathedrals.

  • Thames Philharmonic Choir, South West London Founded in 1964 and based in South West London, the choir has a membership of about 100 singers of all ages and performs a wide repertoire with professional musicians in central London concert halls and local churches

  • Thames Vale Singers, Purley on Thames, Reading A friendly mixed choir was formed in the 1950’s and currently consists of about 50 singers. We rehearse weekly on Tuesdays in Purley on Thames between 7.45 and 10.00 pm from September to July. We perform concerts in Spring, Summer and at Christmas.  The choir enjoys the challenge of learning new works and pieces. We are seeking a Musical Director who will encourage us to expand our musical repertoire, improve our quality of sound and bring their own personal style to the choir.

  • Thames Valley Chorus, Reading, Berkshire Founded in 1974 this men’s four-part close-harmony choir of around 65 members rehearses weekly in Twyford, Berkshire under the direction of top singing coaches and highly regarded director.  We have regular singouts, some small and some large (including within Europe), and we run a free “Learn to Sing in Harmony” course each autumn.  Full details are on our web site.

  • Thames Valley Community Choir, Berkshire  An open access choir based in Wokingham with 70+ members. We are run for the members to enjoy and participate in the choral singing experience.  We are non profit and donate as much as we can to local charities.  this means that as well as being part of the community, we also support local causes.

  • Thames Valley Voices, Reading e-mail only: contact: ThamesValleyVoices@gmail.com John Lewis Partnership regional choir

  • Thames Voyces, Bracknell, Berkshire Founded in the mid-60s, and now a versatile chamber choir of 25-30 voices, considered one of the best in SE England.

  • Thamesdown Ladies Choir, Swindon, Wiltshire The Thamesdown Ladies Choir, also known affectionately as TLC are a Swindon based choir performing at local venues in the town and neighbouring towns and villages.

  • Thamesmead Community Choir, London: e-mail only: contact sha@thamesmeadschool.com. We meet every Thursday evening between 6.30 and 7.30 during term time in Thamesmead School TW17 9EE. We've been going for just under a year and new members are always welcome. No fee and no auditions - just a love of singing is required!

  • Thameside Harmony Chorus, Hampton, London A Ladies  chorus singing in the style of Barbershop - a unique form of unaccompanied four part close harmony. We are always looking for new members.

  • Thanet Big Sing Community Choir, Margate, Kent In 2011 Thanet District Council, in conjunction with Turner Contemporary art gallery in Margate, put out a call for people who wanted to sing at the opening of Turner Contemporary. Anyone could join, regardless of their musical background, and Thanet Big Sing Community Choir was formed. Since then the choir have gone from strength to strength and perform a mixture of contemporary and traditional music at events small and large throughout Kent. The choir are currently led by Musical Director and Composer Emily Peasgood and are 80 members strong. They meet at Turner Contemporary in Margate on Tuesday evenings and accept men and women ages 16+ at three intake periods each year.

  • Thanet Community Gospel Choir, East Kent Thanet Community Gospel Choir aims to be as inclusive as possible. There’s no requirement to be a Christian but you do need to be serious about music. This is not a worship group or a “fun” choir. We are looking for Singers and Instrumentalists, aged 16 or older, who love Gospel music and want to impress our community with competent performances.

  • Thanet Festival Choir, Kent We are a mixed chorus of about 90 amateur singers who have a like minded joy of singing. Based in the Isle of Thanet, Kent, we regularly perform concerts to bring music to the wider community.

  • Thanet Male Voice Choir, Kent The Choir was formed in 1977. The Choir performs approximately fifteen concerts a year and raises many thousands of pounds for various local causes and charities in the East Kent area. During its thirty-five years the choir has also performed in France, Italy and Germany as well as in the UK.

  • The 1885 Singers, Putney, London The 1885 Singers was founded in 1997 and  has grown in both size and reputation, covering a range of repertoire. The choir gives four concerts a year, with usually a four or six week rehearsal period. It is a community choir in every respect, with an open invitation to anyone who

    wants to join in.

  • The 50 Degrees, Penzance, Cornwall In the tuneful, capable hands of choir leaders Vicky Abbott and Mary Woodvine, anything from pop to Indie, country to Gospel is given a new and vibrant twist. Be prepared to be blown away - to be moved - and let the music of many, uplift and entertain you.

  • The 5Ways Barbershop Chorus, Banbury 5Ways are a group of men with a common interest; we sing in the acapella (unaccompanied) style. We welcome men and boys between the ages of 9 and 99 who are interested in singing, or would like to be taught how to sing in the barbershop style.

  • The Acappellads, University of Cardiff, Wales The Acappellads are an all-male group who have covered a range of songs from Little Richard to Eminem, Beyonce and more! They bring dynamic energy to well-known classics, and will give you goosebumps with beautiful harmonies in slower ballads... These boys have it all! 

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  • The Adam Street Singers, London Pip Baker and James Bonner started The Adam Street Singers in May 2010 as a way of getting their friends together for a sing and a drink or two. Everyone was having so much fun that they decided to do a public performance and donate the proceeds to charity. Fortunately they were able to assemble (from their friends) a team to write and teach the music, choreograph the dancing, organise and direct the performance and handle the lighting and sound.

  • The Alliouagana Singers, Edmonton, London N18 A non-denominational, London-based choral group that is committed to preserving Montserratness within a rich Caribbean heritage via music and songs - gospel, negro-spiritual, folk, reggae, calypso, contemporary, and other non-Caribbean genres.

  • The Amici Singers, Biggleswade, Bedforshire  Womens voice choir. Founded by Douglas Coombes in 1978, her chose the name amici because it means 'friends' and this really is the right name for our choir. Although we take our singing seriously, we really enjoy what we do. Some of us have been members since the beginning. That's a lot of Thursday nights....!

  • The Angmering Chorale, Angmering, West Sussex. The Angmering Chorale has been singing for 40 years. From a small inaugural group in 1976, The Chorale has grown to over 130 singers. Under Musical Director George Jones, the repertoire of The Chorale ranges from Bach to The Beatles.
  • The Aquarius Singers, Bury St Edmunds The Aquarius Singers is a ladies' choir, which was formed in 1999 by Gill Garside, the music director. They've performed many major works including Fauré's Requiem, Vivaldi's Gloria, Schubert's Mass in G, Purcell's Dido and Aeneas and Stainer's Crucifixion. However, their repertoire encompasses folksong arrangements, songs from the shows, sacred and secular songs and most recently Karl Jenkins' Adiemus. Whilst singing for pleasure the choir has raised thousands of pounds for local churches and charities both in Bury St Edmunds and further afield.

  • The Arcadian Singers of Oxford Founded in 1976, the Arcadian Singers is a chamber choir made up of between 16 and 24 people, mainly consisting of students from Oxford University.

  • The Ariosa Singers, Swansea, Wales Formed two years ago, the Ariosa Singers have already given several well-received performances in the local community. In 2006 the Singers took a prominent role in the All Saints Alive Music Festival in Oystermouth, Swansea, participating in a Mozartiad, a performance of Saint-Saëns’ Requiem, a Young Singers’ Spectacular, a Junior Proms and a very moving service of Music and Meditation

  • The Arun Sounds (Ladies Barbershop), Bognor Regis, W. Sussex The Arun Sounds were founded in 1981. We are a small chorus numbering at present 22 members. Although we've been around for 21 years in 2002 our collective years experience of singing the barbershop way outstrips that by far! Though a small chorus, we are very active in our community.

  • The Avon Singers, Evesham, Worcestershire The choir, which is about 20 strong, draws most of its members from the Vale of Evesham and Malvern area and rehearses weekly at Little Comberton. Our concerts range from the major choral works to English romantic folk songs, songs from the shows and the best of popular music. We occasionally invite guest soloists to join us but we also have plenty of solo talent within the choir. We always aim to perform to a high standard and to have fun doing so.

  • The Awesome Rock Choir of Huddersfield, Yorkshire Join a proper ladies rock choir. We sing rock songs. The first session is free. Bring a friend if you're nervous, although we're a friendly bunch so don't worry about that! .

  • The Bach Choir, London Founded in 1876, The Bach Choir is recognised as one of the world’s leading choruses, building upon a tradition that combines musical excellence with creativity and innovation. From the first performance in Britain of Bach’s Mass in B minor to the soundtrack for Ridley Scott’s 2012 epic Prometheus, our musical heritage is as rich as it is diverse.  Directed by David Hill, one of the country’s most eminent conductors, we regularly perform and record across London and the UK in prestigious venues, from the Royal Albert Hall to Abbey Road Studios.

  • The Barnby Choir, Wilmslow, Cheshire We are a Wilmslow based, mixed voice choir. Our repertoire includes major sacred and secular choral works, as well as more unusual music, both old and modern.

  • The Barnes Choir, London 60-strong, founded in 1952, performing at least 2 concerts a year. The challenge with an amateur choir is to combine a sociable and friendly environment while raising the choir’s standard of singing. With this in mind, the choir holds a number of social events each year – barbecues, quiz suppers and a Christmas and summer party. The choir has visited Le Pecq, just outside Paris, with which Barnes has strong cultural links: we have performed there on two occasions as part of the town’s Music Festival and made a repeat visit in 2013. We hope to sing there again in 2017.

  • The Bath Chorus This is a auditioned mixed-voice choir of 80 voices that rehearses on Monday evenings at St Bart’s Church above Oldfield Park. The Chorus include many young singers and music students. The Chorus repertoire is varied – from beautiful folk song arrangements by Bob Chilcott through to some standard choral favourites. The Chorus perform from music, this is the deliberate choice of Grenville as it gives this choir a vast potential to choose from. There is a strong social side to the Chorus as you will see from the website. Grenville auditions all new members. This is a straight forward one to one voice test. New members are welcome to attend a rehearsal to discover more about the Bath Chorus, if they then apply to join, the audition is arranged with them by Grenville.

  • The Bath Welcome Choir, Somerset This is Grenville Jones' Wednesday evening non-audition choir which meets at Bath Community Academy (formerly Culverhay School, Rush Hill, Bath)  We are a choir for people of all ages and guys or gals. Our weekly rehearsals take place on Wednesday evenings from 7.45 - 9.30pm. Everyone is welcome!

  • The Bel Canto Singers, Redditch, Worcestershire. We enjoy an eclectic selection of music ranging from choral pieces, through songs from the shows to classic modern pop songs.  We enjoy performing an ever changing repertoire sung with verve!  For more details please visit our website.

  • The Belles of Three Spires, Coventry Ladies Barbershop Harmony Club. We sing popular songs from all eras, from the 1920's to the present day.  Songs written by such greats as Jerome Kern, George Gershwin, Gus Kahn, Johnny Mercer and Cole Porter, and sung by people like Bing Crosy, Frank Sinatra, Bette Midler, Louis Armstrong and the Beach Boys. Our melodies are sung in a range which is comfortable for ladies, without entering the stratosphere.  If you like singing and can hold the tune but can't read music, then this is probably the place for you.

  • The Beverley Singers, Beverley, Yorkshire The Beverley Singers have 78 members and were formed in January 2016 under the leadership of Ann Dixon - Musical Director, Diane Francis - Coordinator with the help of Margaret Thomson - Accompanist and Jenny Wellock - Treasurer. We had a very clear vision, to enjoy singing, have fun and to raise money for charity. We also wanted the choir to be open to all so therefore auditions, ability to read music and previous experience are not required.

  • The Big Noise Chorus Exeter, Plymouth & Torquay, Devon The Big Noise Chorus is a network of community choirs for adults, created to make singing in a choir accessible to everyone. We sing Pop, Rock, Motown, Soul and World music just for fun. No audition necessary. Humour essential. If you can raise the roof, we can bring the house down.

  • The BIG Sing, Essex  A choir for the community singing pop, soul and gospel.

  • The Big Worle Showbiz Choir, Weston Super Mare. We are the first seed of a Big Lottery project called Big Worle. We started up at the beginning of June 2013. We practice in a local school hall, Becket Primary School, on a Thursday evening at 7.30pm.

  • The Bishop's Consort was formed by James Wilkinson for a concert in Clifton Cathedral when he was a student at Bristol University. Since then it has become a young and dynamic vocal ensemble, performing one-to-a-part or expanding its forces to meet the demands of larger-scale music. The group's repertoire focuses mainly on 16th and 17th Century music, and on the championing of new works. With then commitment in performance they bring a freshness and vitality to their music making, to the delight of their audiences.

  • The Boiler House Singers, Stoke Newington, London Come and join this choir for a fun and informal session singing a mixture of pop, country, folk, world, jazz, rock and classical with original arrangements. All levels of experience welcome, no auditions, contact Tara or just turn up.

  • The Boundary Singers, Church Gresley, Derbyshire Ladies Choir

  • The Bradford Chorale, Yorkshire A choral society of around eighty voices and growing!  The choir has been performing a widely varied repertoire of religious and secular choral music to Bradford audiences for more than twenty-five years. Bradford Chorale rehearses on Tuesday evenings from 7:30pm onwards at Saltaire Methodist Church, in the World Heritage Site of Saltaire. If you would like to come and sing, new members will be welcomed in all voice parts.

  • The Braughing Sing, Hertfordshire Braughing Sing is a community choir, based in Braughing, Hertfordshire.  Directed by Sarah Mapplebeck, we are also lucky to be accompanied by a pianist rather than by recorded backing tracks. The choir sings music in a variety of styles, mostly three part harmony.  It is open to all ages and abilities. There are no auditions and you do not need to be able to read music. The choir rehearses on Tuesdays during term times from 7.30-9pm at Jenyns School, Braughing, SG11 2QJ.  We also try to give at least two concerts during the year.  Fees are paid termly based on a cost of £4 per rehearsal. New members are always welcome to come and try out the choir free of charge for a couple of weeks.

  • The Breakaway Singers, Etwell, Derbyshire This community choir, based in South Derbyshire, target their services at local care homes and other settings where elderly members of the community appreciate entertainment. The choir truly believe in the power of music in terms of lifting spirits, reconnecting with memories and bringing residents together to reduce the isolation / depression that can arise when moved into a care environment.

  • The Bridge Choir, London SE1 0NQ We are a choir in London Bridge. We sing mostly for fun so anyone is welcome, no audition required!  We sing a range of pop, gospel, soul….  and all suggestions are welcome!

  • The Bridge Singers, Felton & Thirston, Northumberland A mixed ability community SATB choir in the villages of Felton and West Thirston across the River Coquet in Northumberland. We meet at Gallery Forty5, 45 Main Street, Felton Nr Morpeth, Northumberland NE65 9PP on Monday evenings from 7.30 to 9.30 all the year round (apart from August).

  • The Brighton Singers, East Sussex The Brighton Singers are a long standing group of music enthusiasts and professionals united by their passion for singing new and exciting repertoire.

  • The Brize Singers, Witney, Oxfordshire We are a friendly, mixed-voice group of about 50 members who rehearse on Monday evenings in Witney, Oxfordshire.  We have three main concerts a year, with our annual concert in September and two Christmas concerts in December, but also perform on other occasions through the year, usually for charity.

  • The Burford Singers, Oxfordshire The Burford Singers is a large friendly choir of amateur singers which aspires to high standards of performance.  We perform three concerts each year, usually in the beautiful surroundings of Burford Parish Church:  on a Sunday in Advent, on Palm Sunday and on a Sunday in mid-summer.  There are now around 100 singers, and membership is drawn from a wide geographical area in Oxfordshire and Gloucestershire.  The choir enjoys the skilful support of the Cotswold Chamber Orchestra and professional vocal soloists.

  • The Burgate Singers, Suffolk One of Suffolk’s leading amateur choirs, the Burgate Singers are based on the Norfolk Suffolk border not far from Diss. Our repertoire is exciting and wide-ranging and includes choral classics such as Mozart’s Requiem, Handel’s Messiah and Bach’s Magnificat, as well as twentieth century music like Rachmaninov’s Vespers and works by Stravinsky. We perform mainly in local churches and the Diss Corn Hall. We have also performed in London.

  • The Cantus Ensemble, London Founded by conductor Dominic Brennan in 2011, the Cantus Ensemble is one of London's leading chamber choirs. Drawing its membership primarily from recent university choral scholars and music graduates, the choir performs a wide array of vocal music, ranging from 15th century polyphony to world premieres of new music by leading contemporary composers.

  • The Capricorn Singers, Cleveleys, Lancashire The Capricorn Singers have been entertaining audiences around the Fylde Coast while raising money for various Charities and Organisations since 1984.  They rehearse every Wednesday evening at Cleveleys Park Methodist Church School Room from 7:30pm until 10:00pm. They are made up of three part female voices; Sopranos, Mezzo Sopranos and Contraltos.  There are currently around 35 singers directed by their Musical Director Joe Martin and accompanied by Jennifer Higginbottom.

  • The Caravan Club Singers We meet five or six times a year only, for workshop weekend rehearsals and concert performances to members of the Caravan Club. Our meetings are mainly in the midlands but are arranged to suit choir and concert requirements. We sing a mixed repertoire from the Beatles to Lloyd Webber and from Rogers and Hammerstein to Gospel songs. Further details of our group can be found on our website.

  • The Cardiff University Purcell Singers We are a non-audition choir made up of students from many departments of Cardiff University. We sing mostly music of the late renaissance and early baroque, but often branch out to other period and genres.

  • The Cardinall's Musick, London N8 Founded in 1989, The Cardinall’s Musick is a highly successful and innovative ensemble. Taking its name from the 16th-century cardinal, Thomas Wolsey, the group is known for its extensive study of English Renaissance music. Although primarily a vocal group, The Cardinall’s Musick also has its own period instrumental ensemble, and now embraces a wide range of styles and periods: from complete reconstructions of historical events (the Field of the Cloth of Gold) to world premieres of commissioned music from composers such as Michael Finnissy, Simon Whalley, Matthew Martin and Judith Weir.

  • The Carice Singers, Oxford The Carice Singers are an ensemble comprised of some of the UK’s finest young professional singers, noted for their “freshness of tone” and “careful musicality” (Gramophone). Named after the daughter of Sir Edward Elgar, the choir aims to bring an imaginative approach to choral music of the Romantic period and beyond, frequently drawing upon the latest academic research to produce original and insightful programmes. Launched in 2011 with an inaugural recital of Elgar’s choral works in the Cotswolds, the choir maintains a tradition of performing in rural areas, as well as making appearances at more familiar venues. Among The Carice Singers’ ongoing projects is a mini-series of CD recordings for Naxos featuring choral music by lesser-known British composers, including Peter Warlock, EJ Moeran, and Sir Arnold Bax.

  • The Castle Choir, Berkhampsted, Hertfordshire We are a mixed, non-auditioned choir of around 40 who rehearse on Wednesdays at 8pm in central Berkhamsted. Our members currently range in age from 25 to 85We cover a wide range of music including classical, traditional, jazz, swing, contemporary and world. 

  • The Cavendish Singers, London the chamber choir of the John Lewis Partnership, regular tours, concerts, services and broadcasts - open to John Lewis Partners.

  • The Cecilian Choir, Dundee, Scotland The Cecilian Choir was founded in 1952, following an initiative by the then Bishop of Dunkeld, Bishop James Douglas Scanlan. The Choir was named after Saint Cecilia, the patron saint of music. In addition to regularly performing in Dundee and throughout Tayside, the choir has also sung in the Chapel Royal at Falkland Palace, Iona Abbey, St Salvator's Chapel in St Andrews, Glamis Castle and Cortachy Castle

  • The Celebration Choir,Sheffield, Yorkshire The Celebration Choir is a large independent, ecumenical Christian Choir aiming to serve God by proclaiming his gospel in song. Evolving from the choir formed to support the 1985 Billy Graham "Mission Sheffield", the Celebration Choir 200+ membership is drawn from nearly one hundred different congregations from the Church in and around Sheffield.
  • The Cellar Singers, St James', London e-mail only: contact: thecellarsingers@gmail.com A small and relaxed but high quality a cappella choir who perform diverse music, usually for charity, in great venues in and around London.
  • The Central Hall Community Gospel Choir, Southampton, Hampshire A friendly all-ability choir of 50+ singers, we meet at Central Hall, Southampton (8-10 pm Mondays termtime). We are a Community choir (so no audition/no music reading ability necessary). We love the passion and joy of Gospel music, but we sing pop, African, jazz, seasonal, Taize, etc too. Our original SATB arrangements are always performed LIVE with a variety of accompaniment (a cappella, gospel piano, hand drums, small band, big band) and we take part in a wide range of charity and community events in and around the city. Membership is FREE and open to all – we won’t ask you any awkward questions about your faith (that’s YOUR business!), but be assured that our members come from various faith and even no faith backgrounds. Just come along and be prepared to sing your heart out – no previous experience necessary. “Singing in the Community… for the Community “

  • The Chad Singers, Pattingham, near Wolverhampton. South Staffs. We are a mixed choir of around 45 members who enjoy four part singing to raise money for chosen charities, our repertoire being varied from religious choral to show and pop medleys.

  • The Chapel Choir of Royal Holloway, London A mixed voice choir made up of students of Royal Holloway, University of  London. The Choir sings daily in the beautiful college Chapel. The website includes information on obtaining choral or organ scholarships, the Choir's CD recordings, foreign tours, services, concerts as well as audio samples and details on hiring members of the Choir.

  • The Chapter House Singers, Edinburgh We are a choir of around 35 amateur singers based at St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral in Edinburgh. Our musical director is Les Shankland. We usually present two choir concerts a year in Edinburgh. We also sing the Cathedral services about six times a year when the Cathedral Choir is on holiday; in return, the cathedral allows us to rehearse in the lovely Song School, with its famous murals by Phoebe Traquair.

  • The Chevin Singers, Belper, Derbyshire We have now been meeting for a year (nearly), Tuesday Mornings. 10 til 12noon,  at Strutt’s School, Derby Road, Belper. A mixed choir – around 40 members, led by Beth de Lange.

  • The Chichester Singers, West Sussex 130+ members. Among other concerts, each July they sing a major work as part of the Chichester Festivities. In recent years short concert tours have included Paris, Chartres, Brussels, Ghent, Ravenna, Granada and Seville.

  • The Chippendale Singers, Otley, West Yorkshire Founded in 1990, we are a choir of about 25 members who meet weekly from September to July in Otley, West Yorkshire, the birthplace of Thomas Chippendale.  We are happy to take bookings for public concerts and private events, including weddings and parties.  Our wide repertoire of accompanied and a cappella pieces, sacred, secular, ancient and modern, means that we can put together a programme to suit almost any setting or audience.

  • The Choir Factor, Gloucester, Gloucestershire We are choirs ranging from 18 years old and upwards singing popular songs from the 1950"s to modern day including Motown , Soul  ,Disco ,Pop ,Ballads ,Soft rock and artits such as Scissor Sisters, Blues Brothers, Queen and Elvis to name a few. We meet at Kingsway Temporary Community Centre (Naas Lane in Quedgley), Calton Junior School in Linden and Abbeydale Community Centre Abbeydale. There are 3 or 4 part harmonies and melody and welcome both ladies and gentlemen.

  • The Choir of Magdalen College, Oxford Magdalen College is one of the oldest choral foundations in England, with an unbroken tradition stretching back to 1480. The Choir retains much the same shape as it had in the fifteenth century, with sixteen boy Choristers (educated at Magdalen College School) and twelve adult Academical Clerks (undergraduates of the College).

  • The Choir of Royal Holloway, Egham, Surrey The Choir of Royal Holloway is considered to be one of the finest mixed-voice collegiate choirs in Britain. Equally at home on the concert platform or in the recording studio, the choir gives around 50 concerts a year with a particular specialism in music from the late renaissance and contemporary music, especially from the Baltic States. The choir also benefits from a unique training programme in collaboration with The King's Singers - Royal Holloway's Ensemble in Residence.

  • The Choir School, Bexleyheath, Kent The Choir School is open for people of all ages and abilities and offers musical training and fun for all at an affordable price. Four different youth choirs from ages 6 – 18.
  • The Choir with No Name The Choir with No Name runs choirs for homeless and marginalised people. We’re a diverse bunch of folks; all genders, all colours, all sizes, all ages - everyone is welcome. We sing pop, rock, soul, gospel, reggae, musicals... you name it, we’ll give it a go... although we’ve yet to try any thrash metal or grime. We have four choirs: two in London, one in Birmingham and one in Liverpool. Each choir gets together to rehearse every week (with a decent dinner at the end of rehearsal!) and we perform regularly.
  • The Circle Singers, Royal Leamington Spa, Warwickshire is an established chamber-choir of 20 mixed voices which celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2013.

  • The City of Glasgow Chorus Graham Taylor founded the City of Glasgow Chorus in 1983. Since then it has established itself as one of the biggest independent choral groups in the West of Scotland and a significant player in Scotland’s arts environment. We perform a wide range of music, as can be seen from our current season’s programme and our past concerts, but our focus is on performing the less familiar, and in many cases more challenging, works from the mainstream choral repertoire. We are always looking for new members and welcome enquiries – come along and give us a try.

  • The City of Oxford Choir One of Oxford’s premier chamber choirs, the City of Oxford Choir was established in 1977 to host a visiting choir from Leiden in the Netherlands, one of Oxford’s twin cities.  Our thirty or so members are keen amateur singers from all walks of life in and around Oxford.  Performing an eclectic mix of modern, popular and classical choral works, the choir strives to maintain a very high standard and has earned itself a loyal audience and a unique place in the rich musical life of Oxford.

  • The City of Sheffield Teachers Choir, Yorkshire The City of Sheffield Teachers' Choir was formed on Thursday, 7 November, 1968 by Sheffield's then Music Adviser, Dr. David Clover. It was a direct result of the daily choral sessions of his initial residential music course held at the Hayes Conference Centre, Swanwick. This was the first time that Sheffield music teachers had ever come together in this way and it was a historic occasion for Sheffield music.

  • The Class Choir, Hastings, Sussex We are a group of people who enjoy singing together and learning new music. New members are welcomed, experienced or not. The purpose is to provide an opportunity for anyone to sing. There are no auditions so just come along, join in and sing. Please have a look around our website and get in touch or just turn up, we will make you welcome. We have special introductory rates for new members.

  • The Clothworkers Consort of Leeds (formerly Leeds University Liturgical Choir) A 22-strong mixed voice choir specialising in performing sacred music in liturgical settings, along with concerts, tours, and recordings. The choir draws membership from across the University of Leeds.

  • The Collati Singers, Bittaford, near Ivybridge, Devon. Conducted by Trefor Farrow, the choir sings an unaccompanied repertoire mainly taken from the 16th and 20-21st centuries. Recent concert programmes have included pieces by Palestrina, Tye, Howells and Lauridsen. No auditions are given but choir members are expected to have some experience of choral singing and an accurate sense of pitch. Following the success of their recent Buckfast Abbey concert, The Collati Singers is looking to expand their soprano and bass sections, with vacancies for at least one more soprano and two basses.

  • The College Choral Society, Bournemouth & Poole College, Dorset. The choir has a membership of around 90 voices and perform the major choral repertory in three to four concerts each year.

  • The CommUnity Gospel Choir, Leytonstone, London We are a friendly ‘mixed’ group of singers – all ages and abilities, who enjoy the greatness of singing gospel music. We welcome new members - no auditions! We normally rehearse on Tuesdays from 7:15 – 9:00pm at The Wesleyan Christian Centre, 1 Harrow Green, Leytonstone, London. E11 3HP. See our Facebook Page for term dates and concert details.

  • The Consort, Chesham, Bucks We are an adult mixed choir, consisting of eight to ten mixed voices, and active since about 1980 with a largely unchanged line-up for the past 5 year. Entry is by invitation only. We sing only A Capella, and our repertoire covers all music types from middle ages to the 21st Century, Sacred Madrigals, Part Songs, Folk, Classic and Spirituals.

  • The Consort of Voices, Edinburgh Based in Edinburgh and founded in 1991 the Consort of Voices specialises in performances of a cappella music and small-scale choral repertoire from the 15th century to the present day; it is one of the most versatile groups of its kind. The Consort performs regularly throughout Scotland, and made its English debut at the Ryedale Festival in Yorkshire in 1996. 

  • The Cotswold Voices, Langford, Gloucestershire is a fun and lively community choir which specialises in fantastic choral arrangements of classic pop songs. No auditions or sheet music reading are required, and new members are always welcome. Formed in January 2010, The Cotswold Voices perform regularly in concerts and have currently over 70 members.

  • The Cranleigh Contemporay Choir, Cranleigh, Surrey If you love singing and want to join a choir, have lots of fun doing it, and don’t want to sing classical or religious music, then come along to Cranleigh Arts Centre’s in-house choir. It’s great fun, with a diverse repertoire ranging from soul, r’n’b, pop, and folk to soft rock!

  • The Crown Singers, Wantage, Oxfordshire Founded in 2007 by a small group of singers based around Wantage we enjoy exploring an extensive repertoire written for a few voices per part ranging from Madrigals and Partsongs from the 15th century to newly composed pieces. 

  • The Cube Choir, Brighouse, West Yorkshire: e-mail only: contact sueairston@blueyonder.co.uk 

  • The Dalgarno Singers, Thornhill, Scotland The Dalgarno Singers are a Thornhill-based choir which was formed in 1974 and over that time, grown. This is our 42nd Year.. Our 40th Anniversary, Celebration, Spring Concert in May 2014 was marked with accompaniment by the Dalgarno Orchestra and, included fine solo performances. We have weekly, two hour practices in Penpont School at 7.30pm on Monday nights between September and May. We sing a mixture of traditional songs (folk tunes and such as those of Burns), classical choral works (typically Haydn, Handel, Mozart, Rutter and Schubert), and show tunes (recently from Guys and Dolls, West Side Story, My Fair Lady and a Beatles Medley).

  • The Dalkeith Singers, Midlothian, Scotland The Singers were established in 1974 at a public meeting called to test the interest in forming a local choir. There was an extremely good response from the residents of Dalkeith and from those living in the surrounding areas. At the meeting a choir was formed. The then Musical Director at George Heriot’s School in Edinburgh was appointed conductor for the first year during which time the choir ran as an evening class encouraging those who “just wanted to sing” to attempt all kinds of music including classical and sacred. Roger Wastie was then asked to be conductor; the choir ceased to be run as an evening class and became a community choir and the Dalkeith Singers as we know them today was formed.

  • The Darby Singers, Telford, Shropshire We are a community choir based in Telford Shropshire, Our current weekly practise is held at The Abraham Darby Academy in Madeley Telford. We rehearse on Wednesday evening during term time from 7.15 p.m. until 9 p.m.

  • The Davies Singers, Sutton Coldfield The Davies Singers is a Ladies Choir, established in 1981, which meets weekly in Sutton Coldfield to sing together for pleasure, to entertain in local residential homes, and to prepare for concerts once or twice a year in aid of local charities.

  • The Dawn Chorus, Brighton and Shoreham-by-Sea, Sussex Informal, friendly and fun community choir meeting on Friday mornings. Everyone is welcome - no auditions and no reading music. We sing songs form a broad selection of musical traditions around the world.

  • The DeciBelles, University of Cardiff, Wales The DeciBelles all-female group. These sass queens have gone from strength to strength, performing in an array of events for Cardiff University and charities amongst others! Their repertoire knows no bounds, from Alt-J to Nelly, Britney Spears to Peggy Lee, these ladies have done it all. What’s more, they were probably wearing glitter.

  • The Detling Singers, Kent Formed in 1974 by a group of keen singers who just love their music. We are about twenty five members who work together under the direction of  musical director, Ian Perry, to produce music as a mixed four part harmony group. Our repertoire includes light and traditional songs, sacred music and songs from the musicals. During the year we give a number of concerts and have a tradition of  very strong Summer and Christmas programmes. We are a very friendly group who welcome new members. We meet on Monday evenings at the Old School at Detling - we would be pleased to see you!

  • The Downsmen (Barbershop), Leatherhead, Surrey (aka North Surrey Barbershop Harmony Club) We are an a cappella Male Voice Barbershop Chorus, and draw most of our Members and Supporters from the Ashtead, Epsom, Leatherhead, Tadworth and Sutton areas. We perform at concerts and regularly sing at other local venues. There's a great deal of enjoyment and satisfaction in singing together in close harmony. Barbershop songs are typically 'old favourites' but we also like to sing specially arranged show stopper songs.

  • The Edinburgh Singers Established in 1952, and with 50-plus members, the Edinburgh Singers perform bi-annually in their home town, as well as abroad, with a varied and exciting repertoire.

  • The Elgar Chorale, Worcester The Elgar Chorale is a mixed voice choir of up to 40 singers. Many of us are professional musicians and we run a busy programme of concerts taking place across Worcester, Worcestershire and beyond. Under the leadership of the founder and Musical Director, Dr Donald Hunt, the choir had gained a reputation for the quality and variety of its performances. It is particularly noted for its interpretations of music by the greatest English composer after whom it is named; Sir Edward Elgar. From January 2015 the choir is now under the directorship of Piers Maxim and we look towards enhancing this reputation.

  • The Epiphoni Consort, London The Epiphoni Consort is a project-based chamber choir, based in London, for singers of a professional training but who, in the majority of cases, pursue other careers. Our membership is broad – many have sung in cathedrals and university colleges; some pursue ongoing vocal study; many sing on London’s church deputy circuit or as occasional oratorio soloists; and many are good old fashioned dedicated amateurs. The age-range of the present group is 23-55 with the core age group in the late-twenties/early thirties bracket. All age groups are eligible and welcome to apply.

  • The Fairburn Singers, Fairburn, Yorkshire A 40-strong SATB choir, which celebrated 25 years in 2015, singing an eclectic mix of secular and sacred music, including items as diverse as Fauré’s ‘Cantique de Jean Racine’, ‘Tribute to Queen’ and……. For The Beauty of The Earth! Led and accompanied by remunerated professional musicians, the choir performs around eight concerts a year in a wide variety of venues, ranging from church halls to Temple Newsam House, The Meeting House at Ackworth School and Selby Abbey.

  • The Farrant Singers, Wiltshire The Farrant Singers is the longest- established chamber choir in Salisbury, and consists of about 35 people based in and around our medieval city, conducted by Daniel Cook. We have an ever-widening repertoire, both secular and sacred, and give three or four concerts a year, along with weddings, carol singing, cathedral services and other events.

  • The Festival Chorus, South London The Festival Chorus is a choir of over 100 voices based in South London- between Clapham Common and Wandsworth Common, London SW11/12. It performs three times a year, employs professional orchestras and soloists, and is one of the most established and accomplished amateur choral societies in South London. It is truly open to all, no matter what your ability or experience may be, and is very friendly and welcoming to new singers. There are no auditions. Simply turn up to one of our Monday rehearsals to join us.

  • The Filey Fishermen’s Choir, Filey, Yorkshire A a non-denominational Christian choir who are continuing a tradition that started in 1823 when Filey was converted to Methodism. Bands of Fishermen travelled far and wide through Yorkshire spreading the word of Christ through music and song. The war years caused a break in this tradition but apart from that it continued until, in 1960, the choir in was formed as it is now. The choir has been active ever since.

  • The Fisher Singers, Harrogate, Yorkshire Started as a community choir based at St John Fisher School , Harrogate. That was 6 years ago. Now we have around 80 members who meet every Monday evening. During the last 6 years we have performed just about everything! Our BIG moments have included David Fanshawe's African Sanctus, Carmina Burana, Jenkins Mass for the Armed man and Handel's Messiah. This year we have Mozart's Requiem on the agenda as well as Philip Wilby's Passion For Our Time and the usual Christmas evtravaganzas!! Come and join us!

  • The Fisherman's Friends, Port Isaac, Cornwall The Fisherman's Friends can usually be heard singing on Friday evenings throughout the summer on the Platt in wonderful Port Isaac.

  • The Fourth Choir, London. We are a new LGBT choir starting in September 2013 that will focus on performing great choral works - long and short, new and old, familiar and forgotten - and aim to sing at a the highest competition standards and be semi-professional in a few years time.

  • The Friends' Musick, London The Friends` Musick is a chamber choir whose repertoire spans 500 years of choral music, although their performances of 16th & 17th century madrigals, rounds and part-songs in period costume are always popular. Founded in 1990, and encouraged by the late Sam Wanamaker (founder of Shakespeare`s Globe), the singers were originally involved in numerous events helping to raise funds and public interest in the building of the Globe, culminating in their performances at the opening 'Festival of Firsts' attended by HM the Queen in 1997.  Since then the choir has performed in several prestigious venues across London and in south-east England.

  • The Gallery Singers, Brixton, London The Gallery Singers are a auditioned Brixton based choir who rehearse on a Thursday evening. We formed in May 2010 with the ambition to create a young, enthusiastic choir, with a professional etiquette and a real passion for singing. What has emerged is a mix of old acquaintances and new friends, all keen to make beautiful music and have a well-deserved post-rehearsal pint.

  • The Gallery Choir, Stockport, Lancashire The Gallery Choir was established in spring 2012. Many of the founding members had been involved in a former community choir, originally established as part of the Stockport Arts initiative and from this The Gallery Choir developed into its present form. We take our name from Stockport Art Gallery*, where we meet to rehearse every Wednesday evening from 7.00 p.m. – 9.00 p.m. Today the Gallery Choir is run by its members for its members. We are a friendly group of people from all walks of life with one thing in common – we really enjoy singing. And we’re always delighted to welcome newcomers to our harmonious ranks!

  • The Gallery Singers, Telford, Shropshire. We formed in April 2009 and are a vocal ensemble of 11 voices singing a wide range of repertoire, both sacred and secular, in a variety of styles. We perform about a dozen concerts a year and also are available to perform at weddings and other private functions. In November 2013 we entered and won our first contest - North Wales Choral Festival - mixed voices category. In December 2013 we released our first CD, 'Songs from the Gallery'

  • The Gentlemen, Nottingham Nine gentlemen singing a variety of well known songs, a cappella /accompanied.

  • The Gentlemen of St John's, Cambridge The Gentlemen of St John's are considered to be one of the freshest and most exciting male voiced consorts to have come out of Great Britain in the last thirty years. Formed by the choral scholars of the world renowned, Gramophone award winning Choir of St John's College, Cambridge, The Gents enjoy a remarkably busy schedule of concerts and recordings. Aged between 18 and 22, these young Cambridge Scholars have a unique and adaptable blended sound, which lends itself equally well to early ecclesiastical music as it does to part songs, folksongs and more modern close harmony.

  • The Giltspur Singers, London The Giltspur Singers were formed in the autumn of 2003.  They take their name from Giltspur Street, which leads up to the entrance of the church where they rehearse: St Bartholomew-the-Less, inside the grounds of St Bartholomew’s Hospital in the City of London. The members of the choir are professionals in a wide range of careers, including the law, finance, teaching, medicine, the leisure industry and I.T.  A few are music graduates and some are church organists; but, for the majority, music has always been a hobby.  It is the sense of music as a source of relaxation and enjoyment that the Giltspur Singers hope to communicate in their performances.

  • The Gladly Solemn Sound, Lancashire  A choir formed in 1992 in Lancaster, UK. We sing West Gallery Music: the all but forgotten rural church music of the 18th and early 19th centuries. At that time, most small churches were organ-less and their choirs were led by fiddles, clarinets, cellos, bassoons etc – music florid and lively, rhythmically energetic, delighting in earthy (sometimes unorthodox) harmonies and simple polyphony.

  • The Glass Ensemble, Charvil, Berkshire (formerly Tapestry Ladies Vocal Ensemble) Our aims as a group are to produce high quality performances, sing to the best of our abilities, perform new and interesting repertoire, and have fun as an ensemble. We are passionate about the music we make, and hope that this enthusiasm is contagious for our audiences. All profits from our concerts go to charitable causes, and we take part in community events and festivals wherever possible.

  • The Glen Singers, Bradford, Yorkshire We are a Shipley based mixed voice choir who regularly sing in and around West Yorkshire but sometimes venture further afield. We sing a varied range of music from popular pop ballards to musical show stoppers to religious works and secular pieces. We always welcome new members especially Tenors and Basses. We rehearse on Thursday evenings at 7.45pm until 9.45pm at Thackley Methodist Church, Bradford

  • The Gower Chorale, Oystermouth, Swansea. The choir is about 11 years old and has some 60 members. The choir aims to advance public education and appreciation of classical choral music in particular by presenting public concerts in Mumbles and the surrounding area.

  • The Grand Central Chorus, Nottingham The Grand Central Chorus is an enthusiastic group of more than sixty men from the East Midlands, who love singing together in four-part, close-harmony, Barbershop style.

  • The Greasley Singers, Nottingham

  • The Great Western Chorus, Warmley, Bristol. Avon An a cappella group of 50 men singing close harmony, bringing songs to life with our unique style of presentation. Winning many awards including Bonze medal at the British Association of Barbershop Singers 2007 and Finalists at The BBC'S Radio 3 Choir of the year.

  • The Greenfield Singers, Halesowen, West Midlands: e-mail only: contact sueairston@blueyonder.co.uk

  • The Grove Singers, Eltham, London An amateur, mixed choir of up to 20 voices that rehearses and performs in the South East of London, UK. They have a wide repertoire of unaccompanied choral pieces, ranging from Elizabethan madrigals to arrangements of popular songs. They regularly sing at several National Trust properties and other local venues and in 1997 visited Barcelona.

  • The Grove Singers, Pimlico, London A friendly chamber choir of 40 voices which rehearses in Pimlico, central London every 3-4 weeks on a Sunday afternoon. It gives an average of 4 concerts a year, often mixed programmes of a cappella music, with an orchestral concert including a larger scale work every other year in London. Recent London venues include St James. Piccadilly; The Queen’s Chapel at the Savoy; the Temple Church and the Garden Museum.

  • The Guild Singers, Chorley, Lancashire 30 singers performing a wide range of a capella music. 2-3 concerts a year plus performances at events organised by others

  • The Guilsfield Singers, Welshpool, Powys We are a mixed choir, drawing on musical talent from the Welshpool, Newtown and Oswestry area of Powys and Shropshire. Over the years the choir has raised many thousands of pounds for both local and national charities and enjoyed success in choral competitions. Their repertoire includes choral music from the sixteenth to the twenty-first centuries, including modern day composers and arrangers. There is no audition, but a commitment to attend weekly rehearsals is necessary. We meet at the Old School, Guilsfield on Thursday nights 7:30 to 9:30 pm.

  • The Hap'ning Place Choir, London he Hap'ning Place Choir is a group that performs at local festivals and events throughout the year. No audition is necessary and members may join the choir at any time. We anticipate completing in a North London choral competition in May.

  • The Harmonium Singers, Andover, Hampshire A chamber choir of experienced amateur singers, performing sacred and secular repertoire from the 16th century to the present day.

  • The Harry Ensemble A choir that convenes to perform and promote British Choral Music in the UK and abroad. It is not an average choir, in that it meets just once a month to rehearse - and usually rehearses for specific projects. Projects may include recording for television and radio, performances at conventions or meetings, festival appearances or promotional activities for emerging choral composers in the four countries that make up the United Kingdom. The Harry Ensemble is artistically led by Edward-Rhys Harry.

  • The Harant Singers, London Formed in May 1979 under the direction of Tony McIntee and we gave our first concert in St Mary's Church, Paddington Green, London, with which we have had close ties ever since. At that concert we presented the complete extant works of Count Krysztof Harant, a Bohemian aristocrat and polymath, who flourished during the later Renaissance period, and from whom the choir has taken its name. We have around 16 singers and our repertoire extends from the Fifteenth Century to the present day, from light to serious, sacred to secular, with some emphasis on the music of Renaissance composers. 

  • The Heart & Soul Choir, Surrey We have 2 locations - Epsom and Cobham in Surrey. “My membership of The Heart & Soul Choir is wonderful. Singing together with a group of genuinely lovely people and a warm and engaging Choir Leader is a high point of my week.  We all know we are part of something very special.” We leave our choir members to tell other people about what it’s like to be part of the Heart & Soul Choir and from those quotes, perhaps you can understand why!  We raise money for Winston’s Wish by singing at countless events throughout the year, performing flash mobs, and generally having a good time!

  • The Heartland Delta, Singers, Dereham, Norfolk The Heartland Delta Singers are a Gospel, Soul and Blues Community Choir based in Dereham.  We started out of the Dereham Blues Festival and have been rehearsing for nearly two years performing at festivals, concerts and busking. The choir are fully inclusive, there is no audition and you do not need to read music to join the choir. The choir are always happy to welcome new members. Simply have a joy of singing and a desire to get involved and try something new.

  • The Hedingham Singers, Castle Hedingham,  Essex We are a mixed voices choir, Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass. The choir was formed about 19 years ago and we currently have around 30 members, a musical director and accompanist. We enjoy singing a wide spectrum of music including arrangements from the shows, traditional secular and popular music, folk songs and spirituals. We perform 2/3 concerts a year, plus various carol services and weddings. Our main aim is to enjoy singing and help raise funds for charities and worthy causes within the local community.There is a warm welcome for new members and no audition is required – just your enthusiasm. Rehearsals take place on Tuesday night at De Vere Primary School, Castle Hedingham 7.30pm to 9.30pm

  • The Hepton Singers, Heptonstall, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire A small chamber choir located in the heart of the Pennines in northern England regularly performing varied programmes of mainly a capella music from the 16th Century to the present day in concert venues in and around Halifax, Todmorden and Hebden Bridge. The 30-strong choir also tours nationally and internationally, usually through exchanges with similar ensembles.

  • The Heritage Singers, Leeds, W. Yorkshire Anglican chamber choir specialising in providing choral services to churches that no longer have choirs. They also visit cathedrals and Festivals and perform repertoire from the Tudor period to the present day.

  • The Hill Singers, Raynes Park, Merton, London The Hill Singers work with young professional soloists and perform three public concerts a year. The regular venue for the concerts is St Matthews Church, Durham Road, Raynes Park, SW20, which has one of the finest acoustics in the borough and is a much sought after concert venue. We perform a broad range of music - from Monteverdi through Purcell, Handel and Mozart to Vaughan Williams, Britten and Gorecki. The choir has also given a number of first performances of pieces, specially written for them and, in 2011, commissioned young English composer, Thomas Hansell, to compose a piece based on three poems of Arthurian legend. 
  • The Hills Singers, Malvern, Worcestershire The Hills Singers is an SATB chamber choir with up to 24 members. Our membership, which includes those who come from much further afield, all share an enjoyment of a wide range of music from the renaissance to the 21st century, both serious and light.The choir gives five or six concerts every year. As well as promoting our own events, the choir regularly teams up with fine venues (e.g. Carols at Croome Church in the National Trust’s Croome Court) and organisations (e.g. Armonico Consort in their performance of ‘Too Hot to Handel’ at Malvern Theatre and the Worcester Early Music Festival).

  • The Huddersfield Singers A chamber group of between 30 and 40 members, formerly known as "The Huddersfield Glee and Madrigal Society". We perform music from all periods of history, from mediaeval to modern, and have had pieces written for us in recent years by John Gardner and Arthur Butterworth.

  • The Hurstpierpoint Singers, Hurstpierpoint, West Sussex A friendly choir led by Stephen Hope who also directs the Sussex and Essex Festival Choirs. Open to all who enjoy singing.

  • The Hythe Singers, Egham, Surrey  A small and enthusiastic group of amateur singers giving three concerts a year.  We perform a very varied repertoire, including new works by young contemporary composers, mostly for unaccompanied voices.

  • The Ian Engelmann Singers, Weybridge, Surrey The IES is a mixed voice choir of over 20 singers with a broad repertoire, enjoying a range of a capella music, early and contemporary, sacred and secular, serious and light. The choir has recently performed Bach's St. John Passion with a Baroque orchestra and professional soloists. One of the many strengths of the choir is the warmth and close friendship of its members, illustrated by the continuing presence of several of the choir’s founding singers. There are three regular concerts: Christmas, Spring, and Summer, with occasional concerts in Autumn. As well as these, the choir is often invited to give performances at venues throughout Surrey for church-fundraising, to raise money for charities, for weddings, formal dinners and at music festivals.

  • The Igloo Choir, Wickham, Hampshire You can sing with the Igloo Choir with our Saturday group once a month, or our Monday night group twice a month in Wickham, at Igloo Studios. Free parking and refreshments are available. There are no auditions and no previous experience is required.

  • The J Singers, Bridgwater, Somerset The J Singers are an amateur mixed-voice choir. We combine the aims of singing ‘seriously for pleasure’ with performing across the county at charity fund-raising concerts

  • The Jubilate Choir, Croydon We are a choir of about 40 voices, performing in Croydon and rehearsing in St Mark's Church, West Wickham. We have an interesting and wide ranging repertoire, for example music by Handel, Bach, Mozart, John Rutter, Britten and Karl Jenkins. Classical pieces include choruses from Opera, Oratorios and Cantatas. We also perform lighter songs both in concert and for charity.

  • The Jubilee Ladies Choir, Stowmarket, Suffolk We are a friendly group of around 40 ladies who enjoy singing all styles of music. We are based in Stowmarket, Suffolk and meet every Tuesday evening.

  • The Kentones (Barbershop Chorus), Bromley, Kent We are a friendly and sociable chorus with over 60 members who always offer a hospitable welcome to all visitors, from home or abroad. We now celebrate over 30 years of singing Barbershop style music all over the South East of England and in Europe. We always aim to improve the quality of our singing so we take seriously the craft of 4-part unaccompanied close harmony – but there is always a lot of fun and laughter on the way!

  • The Kevock Choir, Edinburgh, Scotland Founded in 1967 from pupils of Lasswade High School, it takes its name from the picturesque valley between Lasswade and Loanhead, through which the River Esk flows. The membership is much wider now, with members coming from all over Edinburgh and the Lothians.

  • The King William Singers, London: e-mail only: contact Voice Box An hoc choir comprising a mixture of postgraduates and recent graduates from a number of music colleges, in particular those from Trinity College of Music. Primarily formed in 2007 to give a performance of Britten’s Ceremony of Carols, the choir has since gone from strength to strength, and now mainly focuses its attention on contemporary repertoire. Recent performances have included Copland’s In The Beginning and a lunchtime concert of contemporary choral repertoire featuring the world premiere of Jamie Brown’s o sapientia alongside Judith Weir's Vertue.  Directed by Hilary Campbell, the choir normally numbers around 24, depending on the repertoire requirements. 

  • The Kings of Herts Chorus, Harpenden, Hertfordshire A talented Mens four part harmony chorus of 52 members based in Harpenden. They perform at many public and private functions and competitions in the county and elsewhere. Members of the chorus also perform in quartets, or more regularly for charitable events as a small chorus of around 14 members. They have a contemporary repertoire from traditional ballads to more recent upbeat comedy and show numbers.

  • The Kings Consort

  • The Kings Men, Cambridge  (formally Collegium Regale) The Choral Scholars of Kings College Cambridge

  • The Kingsmen (Barbershop) Chorus, Kingsbridge, Devon The Kingsmen chorus was formed in 1991 by Roy Hann, who is also their Musical Director. The Kingsmen came from humble beginnings in a loft above a Kingsbridge public house, with only eight men attending the first meeting. The membership has grown to nearly 60 today. The Kingsmen have toured the US on two occasions and sung in the Netherlands. The chorus recently attended a National Convention in Harrogate where they came in the top third of all the choruses in the country, quite remarkable coming from a small town like Kingsbridge. This placing reflects the dedication and passion all the members have for their art and the inspiration given by Roy Hann and his team. The Kingsmen have been successful in local competitions and believe that continuous improvement can be achieved by preparing for major performances and international tours.

  • The King's Singers Well-known professional a cappella group of half-a-dozen, initially founded by ex-choral scholars of King's College, Cambridge

  • The Knole Singers, Kent The Knole Singers have been singing as a group since 2000, although some members have been singing together for ten years or more. Conducted by Anthony Dawson, the choir have sung at cathedrals including St Paul's (London), Canterbury, Norwich, Worcester, Gloucester, York, Wells, Winchester, Ely, Chester, St David's, Exeter and Salisbury. Their annual concerts at Knole House in Sevenoaks, Kent have become a real tradition, now with three or four concerts each year. See the Concert Dates page for more details. The choir has around twenty members and sings to a professional standard across all genres. None of the singers are professional musicians; the choir includes a vet, a cartographer, a software developer, a town planner, a surveyor and several teachers. Visit our website for more information, CDs, photographs and singer biographies.

  • The Langcliffe Singers, Settle, North Yorkshire A65-strong mixed-voice choir based in Settle, North Yorkshire. The choir performs a wide-ranging repertoire.

  • The Larks of Dean Quire, Bury, Lancashire The 20th century quire began in a small way when a group of half a dozen friends seized on Dave Townsend's publication of music from the Hardy family collection, The Mellstock Carols, and began to meet and sing this strange but wonderful music.   We knew there was more material of this type in the Rawtenstall Library and museum in a collection of the Larks of Dean manuscripts, so from spring 1990 we included some of this local music in our repertoire.

  • The Laurence Singers, Cheadle Hulme, Cheshire We have some 30 members and sing a broad range of music from sacred choral works and oratorios through to folk songs, spirituals and 'songs from the shows'.  We are happy to travel anywhere in the Greater Manchester and Cheshire areas and sing at weddings, funerals etc as well as fund raising events for churches and other charities.

  • The Lawnswood Singers, Leeds, W. Yorkshire A female-voice choir of around two dozen voices based in Leeds, West Yorkshire. Our aim is to enjoy each other's company in making music together and to offer audiences an evening's entertainment, while at the same time providing concert organisers with a means of fund-raising for a variety of worthwhile causes

  • The Leaf Choir, Dorset. The choirs​ were founded in January 2013 to raise awareness of the Dorset charity Leaf (Leukaemia Educating and Fundraising)

  • The Leaside Singers, Church Gresley, Derbyshire The choir is mixed and sings from a wide repertoire of music from the The Spiritual to Show Tunes, John Rutter to Westlife's You Raise Me Up, and much else besides. We meet and practise on Wednesday evenings and perform a number of concerts through the year. Membership is open to anyone who can sing, and you don't need to be able to read music (I can't) just be able to hold a tune and be happy to learn. 

  • The Leconfield Singers, West SussexWe are a non-audition SATB choir with around 80 friendly and enthusiastic members from all age groups, based in the beautiful town of Petworth, West Sussex.  Our repertoire is mainly classical but we have also performed works ranging from opera choruses to contemporary musicals in venues ranging from Cathedrals to a summer garden, with professional and talented musicians.  We have also taken our classical repertoire on tour in France with performances at Rouen Cathedral, Honfleur and Vernon, and in 2015 to Nantes Cathedral and the Loire Valley.  Rehearsals are every Wednesday evening during school term times 8pm-10pm at the United Reform Church, Golden Square, Petworth, West Sussex.  Do come along and join us!

  • The Lewes Singers, Lewes, East Sussex Lewes Singers is a small, occasional choir based in Lewes, East Sussex. We are all experienced choral singers, brought together by conductor Nicholas Houghton. We sing services at cathedrals, give occasional concerts and fund-raisers, and are available for weddings and functions.
  • The Lifebulb Choir, Llandinam, Powys SY17 Wednesday mornings bring your baby, Thursday evenings adults only. A capella community choirs, no auditions, songs from all over the world, expert and loving tuition, lots of laughter, supportive and welcoming, vocal progression, exceptional sound. All experience welcome, from seasoned singers to complete beginners - even those who are convinced they are tone deaf. Love to sing and feel amazing? It would be a pleasure to welcome you.

  • The Lincoln Singers An ad hoc organisation providing music for services at Lincoln Cathedral when the Cathedral choir are not available. There are currently about 50 members on the list. New members are welcome, but must be good sight-readers.

  • The Linden Singers, Pontypool, Torfaen, Wales The choir is a ladies choir of around 32 members (although this number is gradually increasing) and is based in Griffithstown near Pontypool in the South East Wales county of Torfaen. The choir has a varied repertoire and tends to focus on supporting the community and raising money for charity. The choirs own charity is Macmillan Nurses.

  • The London Lucumi Choir The London Lucumi Choir was formed in Dec 2006 by Afro Cuban Singer Extraordinaire Martha Galarraga (oni Chango) and Musician Daniela Rosselson de Armas(omo Ochun) and assited by Dave Pattman ( Omo Anya) after many years of running voice workshops dedicated to singing songs for the Orisha(Yoruba deities). It is the first non audition choir of its kind welcoming members regardless of age. We have members aged 15 to over 60 from all walks of life. The choir sings songs to the Orisha accompanied by traditional Bata Drums and occasionally other Afro-Cuban Genres, but with original arrangements by MD Daniela, percussion directed by Javier Campos Martinez.

  • The London Ripieno Society The London Ripieno Society was founded in 1962 by its present musical director Geoffrey Hanson, who is an established composer and organist. The original aim was to supplement the London musical scene with both interesting and unexplored repertoire, performed by smaller forces than was customary in the 60s.  Hence the musical term Ripieno in the Society’s title, meaning ‘supplementary forces’. It was still the fashion in that era for Baroque and Renaissance music to be given in large scale performances. The London Ripieno Society is now in its fifth decade, with a successful history of public performance.  The performing body is made up of an amateur chorus of around 30 members accompanied in concert by professional musicians.  Professional soloists, both vocal and instrumental, are employed.

  • The Longest Johns, Bristol  An a capella folk music band, born out of a mutual love of traditional folk songs and shanties. They rock maritime songs alongside the more unusual and less traditional folk tunes. Whether performing hundred year old songs, or their own original creations, the Johns bring a new feel to audiences wherever they go

  • The Longwick Choir, Buckinghamshire The Longwick choir was formed in November 2016.  It is open to all adults not just in Longwick village but from as far and wide as you wish to travel. The choir sings for the sheer love of it but also challenges itself to try new songs and harmonies. The choir is non auditioned, some members read music and some do not. With patient encouragement from our choir leaders, the choir sounds great, whilst having a lot of fun along the way! We are not a professional choir but may perform in a few local events during the year.

    We sing lots of varieties of songs; classical, pop, rock and songs from the musicals.

  • The Lost Sound, Buckfastleigh, Devon The Lost Sound' is directed and trained by Sandra Smith from the Contemporary Choral Academy Devon. Starting in September 2008. It is an auditioned mixed voice choir singing a range of material from Classical to Jazz. It will be exploring and developing the blend between the voices through workshops and choral improvisation and composition as well as singing and performing standard repertoire pieces.

  • The Lowry Girls, Lee-on-Solent, Hampshire A choir originally set up for ladies who felt they couldn't sing or lacked confidence, now an increasingly successful choir with a great tone who enjoy performing at community events and festivals. Monday evenings, 7.30pm St Faiths Church, Lee on Solent, Hants.

  • The Lunchtime Choir (TLC), Victoria., London e-mail only: contact TheLunchtimeChoir@gmail.com This light-hearted group meets on Tuesday lunchtime at John Lewis Partnership, Victoria

  • The Mackintosh Choir, Kelvinside, Scotland The Mackintosh Choir was launched in October 2011 with support from the Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society and the Queen’s Cross Housing Association to advance the appreciation and enjoyment of singing in the local area.

  • The Madding Crowd, New Forest, Hampshire An amateur group which has been researching and performing what we now call west gallery music since we were founded by Rollo Woods and Revd. David Slater in 1975.  We are large as such groups go, with about 6 singers and 2 instruments on each part.  We perform in all sorts of places: old folks homes, community associations, charity groups, church services, weddings, English Heritage special events, and the occasional appearance on radio and television.

  • The Maesbury Singers, Somerset A Mendip based Chamber choir of 16 voices. Innovative programmes, friendly humorous atmosphere, rehearsal in private house, with drinks afterwards. No auditions, but a 1-month trial both ways -- and free beer after rehearsals ...

  • The Magna Carta Chorus, Staines, London The Magna Carta Chorus are a Barbershop Harmony singing group based in the Staines and Hampton areas. We meet each Thursday evening at the White House Community Centre in Hampton to sing and to have fun.

  • The Magnets, London The Magnets are an a cappella super-group featuring the hottest vocal and beatboxing talent on the international a cappella scene and London’s West End. The band revolutionised British a cappella in the 2000s by combining virtuosi vocal percussion with glorious harmonies, and have gone on to become a must see act on the international music scene, playing festivals and theatres worldwide

  • The Magnificent AK47, Wiltshire Lowering the tone with their deep, Georgian-inspired harmonies and serious silliness, the Magnificent AK47 claim of being probably the best all bloke singing troupe ever to escape from the depths of North West Wiltshire.

  • The Maidstone Singers, Kent. Founded in 1998, is a group of 18 accomplished singers who perform a cappella choral works dating from the 16th Century to the present day and modern close harmony arrangements of popular music and folk songs. We are based in Maidstone, the County Town of Kent, and most of our concerts take place in the local area. However, we also perform regularly in Europe on tour and by invitation to Music Festivals; in 2010 performances were given in Croatia, Slovenia and Holland.

  • The Malcolm Sargent Festival Choir  Sing the best of Music performed professionally in places of excellence under notable conductors. Members choose the performances they wish to sing in and rehearse only for those events.

  • The Malvern Singers, Worcestershire The Malvern Singers is a mixed, adult choir of about 40 singers. The repertoire is varied but chiefly short pieces that are spiritual, classical, arrangements of popular songs, and songs from shows, rather than major choral works. The conductor is Edwina Ward and the accompanist is Ron Ward. The Singers rehearse once a week on a Thursday evening, normally at the Chase High School in Malvern, although as noted above, two rehearsals this term will be at Lansdowne Methodist Church Hall.

  • The Manwood Singers, Kent The Manwood Singers is a friendly, small choir of 50 or so amateur singers, founded in 1992 at the Sir Roger Manwood School in Sandwich, Kent. We sing a wide variety of music (from major sacred works to themed evenings of lighter pieces), giving at least two public performances a year.  We are occasionally  joined by the Sir Roger Manwood School Choir and we support the school in its choral singing. Our Music Director, Martyn Jordan, encourages members of the choir to be soloists in our concerts and we have occasionally sung music composed by members of the Choir. We are  very sociable, and often go to a local pub after rehearsals for a drink and a chat. We hold a summer barbecue, an annual dinner and have trips to various musical events. We are beginning to establish a link with a choir in Northern France. The choir does not audition - all that we ask is that singers love music and attend rehearsals regularly so that the choir can continue to develop excellence in its singing.

  • The Marsh Warbles, Tenterden, Kent We perform West Gallery Music - country church music from the Georgian period (ca.1720-1850). We concentrate particularly on music known to have been performed in the Southeastern counties, principally from Kent and Sussex, and also perform secular music, such as glees and popular and patriotic songs of the period. We are a mixed choir, singing mostly in four parts, accompanied by stringed and wind instruments. We dress in costume appropriate to the period and our performances include anecdotes and readings which set the music in its historical and social context. Members of the choir research the music, which we perform in concerts, lecture recitals, services, etc. We have also run workshops. Our repertoire is drawn from printed and manuscript music books from the southeast of England, especially from Kent and Sussex.

  • The Melody Choir, Kettering, Northampton We are an over 16's SATB choir with 25 members of all abilities. Growing at a steady pace our main priority of this choir is to have fun as a musical family and to raise money for our chosen charity (this is voted for annually). We rehearse at the Masque Theatre in Barton Seagrave Monday evenings and are well known within the community as regular performers in concerts and locally. The Melody Choir sing an array of music from show songs of which we have the punch and enthusiasm for and also A Capella pieces for which we have an breath taking blend. We are open to all suggestions music-wise and are fully committed to our passion for music.  We are also an award winning choir successfully appearing at the Kettering Eisteddfod and the Oundle Festival of Music and Drama.

  • The Maidstone Singers, Kent The Maidstone Singers, founded in 1998, is a group of 20 accomplished singers who perform a cappella choral works dating from the 16th Century to the present day and modern close harmony arrangements of popular music and folk songs.

  • The Manchester Chorale  A friendly, accomplished and versatile mixed choir based in Manchester. We perform regularly throughout the year in all sorts of styles and at venues of all sizes. Flexibility is our watchword – we do anything and everything!  Now conducted by the excellent Jill Henderson Wild.

  • The Meridian Singers, Emsworth, Hampshire AKA Emsworth Community Choir

  • The More Singers, Church Stretton, Shropshire We are a mixed chamber choir of 26 members specialising in the music of the Renaissance but our repertoire covers five centuries and a wide variety of styles. We present both secular and sacred concerts: we also sing full choral services in local churches. After expenses, all profit from concerts is given to charity. We rehearse on a Tuesday evening from the end of September to mid-June, between 7.30-9.00pm, followed by refreshments, at the Methodist Church hall, Church Stretton SY6 7BG.

  • The Morning Choir, Wotton Under Edge, Gloucestershire We meet at The Swan Hotel on Tuesday mornings 9.30-11am. All abilities welcome

  • The Mountbatten Community Choir, Romsey, Hampshire The Mountbatten Community Choir was formed in January 2012 with the aim of providing an opportunity for parents, staff, governors and members of the wider Mountbatten community to come together and share the joy of singing. Since its formation, the choir has performed at local events such as the Mayor’s Picnic and Romsey Lantern Parade, raising money for good causes in the process.

  • The Mystery Singers, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire e-mail only: contact: katebarfield@naturalvoice.net Sings old traditional Christmas carols and other seasonal songs in the winter months. They are an open access community singing group for men and women in Penkhull, Stoke-on-Trent, and have been around since 2007.

  • The New Elizabethan Singers. Bridport, Dorset (often abbreviated to the NES) is a choral group based in Bridport on the famous Jurassic Coast of West Dorset. We meet to enjoy singing together and preparing major works for performance with professional soloists and full orchestra.
  • The Notables, Fife, Scotland email only: contact fionafarnan@gmail.com
  • The Nuneaton Singers, Warwickshire Formed in 2003, The Nuneaton Singers have been building a solid reputation for themselves and are frequently asked to perform at concerts and charity events. During rehearsals and concerts a variety of music is performed from Bach to The Beatles.
  • The Occasional Choir, Copmanthorpe, York Established in 1994, by music director Yvonne Robert The Occasion Choir is a group united by their love of singing. The choir embraces a wide range of music styles and is accompanied by York organist Nicholas Page. We are committed to performing classical choral pieces, light opera and jolly good tunes! We perform throughout the year delighting audiences across Yorkshire and raise money for charity. We are a non-auditioning choir, you don’t need to be able to read music and we welcome new members throughout the year. We have weekly rehearsals 7.30pm-9.00pm on Thursdays, at St. Giles Church in Copmanthorpe, York.

  • The OK Choral, Woodbridge, Suffolk e-mail only: contact: chris@chrisrowbury.com A community choir based in Woodbridge lead by Chris Rowbury. We sing unaccompanied harmony songs from across the globe, all in the original languages. The OK Chorale’s acappella singing gives expression to sumptuous harmonies from many different cultural traditions. The choir is open to anyone who loves to sing. There are no auditions and all songs are taught by ear. There is currently a waiting list to join the choir.

  • The Omega Consort, Hertfordshire The Omega Consort was founded in 2001 specifically to sing the services at Lichfield Cathedral for a long-weekend in August of that year. Since then, it has sung on a number of occasions including concerts at St John’s Digswell and Empingham Parish Church (twice), numerous weddings from Hertfordshire to Rutland, the services in Rochester, Worcester, Ely, Gloucester, St Albans and Peterborough Cathedrals, and Tewkesbury Abbey. This Summer we are singing in Ripon Cathedral. The singers are drawn from a database and a choir can be produced for almost any occasion in any venue and to any size (up to 100 singers).

  • The Orpheus Singers, Hadleigh, Essex. Formed in April 2008, within six months our numbers rose to 150 – made up largely of women (of all ages) with little or no musical background but with an enthusiasm and a readiness to commit to this opportunity to sing with others, and to achieve a standard which could be enjoyed by audiences. Although our members are mainly amateur musicians, we work with professional Musical Directors and soloists and enjoy a repertoire which encompasses a wide range of music, from folk songs, popular show music and spiritual songs to modern classics by Benjamin Britten and John Rutter.

  • The Orlando Singers, Bournemouth, Dorset The Orlando Singers is a chamber choir of approximately 25 members, performing a wide variety of sacred and secular choral works across Dorset.

  • The Orwell Singers, Ipswich, Suffolk Small friendly ladies choir, giving several concerts a year for charity as well as wedding work.

  • The Oxbridge Singers, London  The Oxbridge Singers are a London-based chamber choir founded in 2005 by their principal conductor Alexander Campkin. The choir is drawn from a hand-picked selection of Choral Scholars from Oxford and Cambridge both past and present, and singers at top London conservatoires such as the Royal Academy of Music. The Oxbridge Singers perform frequently in concerts in London and around the UK, have showcased in music festivals around the world, and have made two recordings for future releases on iTunes. In addition to a busy concert schedule, the choir has raised thousands of pounds for charities including Cancer Research and Crisis.

  • The Oxford Gargoyles The Pimms-soaked lovechild of a passion for jazz, black-tie and an anti-social habit of breaking into song at the smallest encouragement, the Oxford Gargoyles have become a staple of the Oxford music scene. Now in their 8th year, the Gargoyles have finished work on their 5th studio album and, after their extremely successful tour of the US, they are preparing their next venture out of Oxford - to the Edinburgh Fringe. Although the repertoire remains rooted in their beloved jazz, it has expanded to include many other influences, from soul and latin to gospel and rock, with arrangements coming from both within the group and outside.

  • The Oxford Spezzati Soloists The Oxford Spezzati Soloists and Orchestra comprises some of the most dynamic and exciting semi-professional and non-professional young musicians in the UK today.  The group is particularly distinctive for its versatility.

  • The Palace Singers, Lichfield The Palace Singers is a friendly, four-part community choir made up of parents, For us, singing is an evening of relaxation and pleasure in a shared enterprise. We also hold social events throughout the yearstaff and friends of Lichfield Cathedral School.Most members have a link with the school but it is not a prerequisite. New members are always welcome - there are no auditions. Now in our sixth year, we have performed a huge range of music at a variety of venues. We regularly sing at school services, concerts and other performances and often join with other choirs and music groups.  

  • The Parsonage, Glasgow Named in honour of legendary, country pioneer Gram Parsons, The Parsonage is a 40 strong choir from Glasgow. Formed in 2006, and led by Janis F. Murray, they are a non-religious, mixed sex, varied of age, determinedly independent and self defining organic group.

  • The Pebbles, Stafford, Staffordshire We are a group of friends from Staffordshire who get together because we enjoy singing. We sing a wide range of unaccompanied material from around the world. Our repertoire includes songs from South Africa, Zimbabwe, Croatia, Georgia, America and Scotland. We perform regularly in and around Stafford.

  • The Penny Black Choir, West Wittering, Chichester, West Sussex The Penny Black Choir is an a cappella community pop choir based in West Wittering, Sussex. We sing unaccompanied, just voices. We are open to all, any age, any ability, no audition. We sing jazz, blues, pop and folk music.
    We are warm, friendly and enthusiastic group who enjoy performing. We will perform for any charity and or event we like the look of.

  • The People's Choir, Yeovil, Somerset Yeovil's newest, biggest and most exciting community choir has opened its doors to new singers. The 58-strong group meets on Tuesday evenings at St John's Church School Rooms, Church Path, 7:30-9:00 for a musical social where the only thing warmer than the drinks is the great family atmosphere. You choose the repertoire and we provide it along with vocal coaching and singing training. From 13 upwards we welcome anyone regardless of musical ability. £3.50 per rehearsal, pay-as-you-go.

  • The Petting Zoo Indie Pop Choir, Clerkenwell, London We are an indie pop community choir based in Clerkenwell, London. We've been around for nearly two years, and we a small but committed group of amateur singers based in a record shop in Exmouth Market. We don't have auditions but we do love indie pop music!

  • The Pewsey Belles Ladies Choir, Wiltshire The Pewsey Belles is a non-auditioned female Community choir and was founded in 2011. We now have over 50 singers, and a growing reputation throughout Wiltshire and beyond. The choir's Musical Director is Jackie Macbeth. We are always interested in welcoming new members.

  • The Philomel Singers Trowbridge A female voice choir which was founded in 1989 by Madge Norris and conducted by her until December 2008. The present director, Michael Johnson has been our Director since 2009 and . The accompanist is Stephen Cooke. Philomel (Latin for Nightingale) sings a wide range of music, both accompanied and unaccompanied, and gives at least four concerts a year. Wherever possible, it aims to raise funds for local and national charities. During the past 20 years over £23,000 has been raised by the group. The choir rehearses each Monday in Trowbridge and is always keen to welcome new members. In the 25 years since our formation we have raised nearly £30,000.

  • The Phoenix Choir of Wales, Swansea We are a modern Male Voice Choir based in Swansea, South Wales who love to sing popular music alongside the more traditional Male Voice Choir repertoire. As well as singing the kind of songs you would expect such as Gwahoddiad, Men of Harlech and Myfanwy, you can also hear us singing songs such as Queen's 'Don't Stop Me Now', Bonnie Tyler's 'Total Eclipse of the Heart' and Robbie Williams' 'Angels

  • The Phoenix Singers, Leek The Phoenix Singers are a mixed choir of about 75 members based in Leek Staffordshire. Formed in 1981 this choir has been undertaking concerts in the region and has also sung in France, Holland and Italy. The choir also has a junior section “Young Phoenix”  open to schoolchildren in the area.

  • The Phoenix Singers, Louth, Lincolnshire The Phoenix Singers has been formed by part of The Ludensian Singers, under musical director Gloria Bannister. This ladies' choir loves to sing and help raise money for local charities.

  • The Phoenix Singers, Somerset Started life in Devon during 1971 and now based in Taunton is a prominent chamber choir. Now based in Taunton members come from a wide regional area and the concert repertoire is wide ranging with an eclectic approach to styles and periods of choral music.

  • The Pleasure Singers, Horsham, West Sussex An amateur ladies' choir which was founded over 40 years ago in Horsham, West Sussex.Throughout the year the choir performs at retirement homes, care homes and community centres in the local area and organise concerts in aid of charities such as Chase hospice care for children, Breast Cancer Research and Chestnut Tree House children's hospice.

  • The Plough Singers, Whitchurch, Cardiff. We are a 3 part harmony male choir with a range of songs in our repertoire from traditional Welsh hymns throught to folk songs, popular ballads and some some good pop songs. We are accompanied but also have a few accapella numbers. 

  • The Pop-Up Choir, South-London A co-operative based 15-20 piece a cappella ensemble with a fun contemporary repertoire. Formed late last year by a small group of singers from a previous project entitled THE HEARD, its members meet every week above a pub to sing a mix of well-known modern pop tunes from Peter Gabriel to Kid Creole, Gnarls Barkley and beyond. Since April 2010, the Pop-Uppers have been led by musical director, Dominic Stichbury. The Pop-Up Choir has performed in venues around shouth London and by invitation for the charity SHELTER

  • The Poringland Singers, Norfolk We are an exciting mixed-voice choir, established for over 25 years, based in the village of Poringland just south-east of Norwich.
    Singing a wide range of music from popular classics and sacred music to contemporary songs and songs from the shows, we give concerts in venues around the county (and further afield), being pleased to help support charitable causes.

  • The Quaynotes, Pembrokeshire We're a popular mixed choir based in Pembrokeshire... singing a wide range of music, entertaining audiences and helping to raise money for good causes, charities, community organisations and local churches

  • The Rabble Chorus Welcome to the Rabble Chorus Website. We are East Anglia's biggest community choir of around 270 singers split into four Suffolk groups, one based in Easton, near Framlingham, one in Woodbridge, one in Saxmundham and one in Needham market.

  • The Really Big Chorus Britain's only national choral society, with over 30,000 singing members. Best known for it's annual "Messiah from Scratch" event at the Royal Albert Hall, they also organise choral participation events and choral cruises all over Europe.

  • The Red Rose Barbershop Chorus We are a group of around 40 men of all ages, from all walks of life, who sing together in harmony in the Barbershop style. We sing some of the old songs that you might associate with Barbershop but we also sing more modern songs and our repertoire continues to expand. Some members of the chorus have been singing Barbershop for many years; some have previous experience in other types of singing; others have come to Barbershop with absolutely no musical background.

  • The Red Rosettes Ladies Barbershop Chorus, Preston Preston Ladies Barbershop Singers celebrated their clubs 20th birthday in July 2001. In 1981, the wives of several members of The Red Rose Chorus (Preston Men’s Chorus), decided that they too would like to sing Barbershop Harmony. In order to interest prospective lady members, they placed an advert in the local newspaper asking any interested like-minded women to attend a meeting. That first meeting saw more than twenty ladies attending and The Red Rosettes Chorus was born.

  • The Rhythm of Life Choir, Barnstaple, Devon We are an energetic, fun-loving ladies choir based in Barnstaple. So if you love to sing, perform and have a giggle, come along!! :) Your first session is free!

  • The Richard Hart Singers, Southport, Merseyside Richard Hart Singers is a choir based in Ainsdale, Southport. It is a well established mixed four part harmony choir. We welcome new members. We are a non-audition choir and enjoy singing a wide variety of music

  • The Ripieno Choir, Esher, Surrey Thirty singers based in Esher, the Ripieno Choir directed by David Hansell sings sacred and secular music, with an emphasis on the early, in a repertoire that ranges from plainsong to now – with baroque orchestras or a cappella – in a perfect concert venue.

  • The Riverside Singers, Devoran, Cornwall The Riverside Singers is a community choir singing an eclectic mix of music including folk, traditional Cornish, pop and world music. We offer a warm welcome to people of all musical ability. Over recent years the choir has sung at a variety of beautiful locations around Cornwall including Truro Cathedral, Tregothnan Estate, the Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan along with many private functions such as parties and weddings. We meet on Tuesday evenings at Devoran Parish Centre from 7.40 to 9.15 pm during school terms. We currently pay £30 for 10 weeks in advance. New members are always welcome and the first taster session is free. There is always time for some tea and a chat after practice and we hold occasional social events too.

  • The Rivertones Barbershop Chorus, Taunton, Somerset We are a 52-strong all male acapella (unaccompanied) harmony chorus based in Taunton, Somerset. We meet Thursday evenings at Bishop Henderson School, Taunton between 7pm and 10pm. Our aim is to encourage the enjoyment of singing through a continuous high quality educational barbershop singing programme. We are the only chorus of it's type in Somerset. We perform at concerts, weddings, birthdays and anniversaries.

  • The Rolling Hills Chorus, Edinburgh A Male Barbershop Chorus of 30 members (but still growing) aged from 18 to 80. Their focus is on entertaining their audience - nursing homes to corporate events - and constantly striving for higher quality and having fun in the process. Rehearsals usually end with a visit to a local hostelry - and more singing. Visitors welcome at any time.

  • The Rose & Crown Singers, London E17  Meets on Wednesdays 7.30-9.30 pm at: Rose and Crown Pub,  53 Hoe Street, E17 4SA. This community choir works on a cooperative basis with choice  of repertoire, arrangements and teaching being shared by members. We buy in the services of professional musicians to help us develop our skills, to introduce new styles of singing into our repertoire and to prepare for performances. 

  • The Rowland Singers Choral Society, Worthing, West Sussex The Rowland Singers are based in Worthing, West Sussex, UK. The choir is a member of the National Association of Choirs. There are about sixty singers in the choir, which was founded in November 1969 by Paul and Jacqueline Emery. The following year they performed their first carol concert in the Assembly Hall, Worthing, and the choir celebrated its 40th anniversary in November 2009. The choir prides itself on its varied repertoire. They sing carols at Christmas, oratorios and anthems at Easter, and show music, madrigals and popular songs in the summer. The Singers have been on several tours, both in England and abroad.

  • The Rudgate Singers, York Formed in the mid-1990s we are an ad-hoc choir with the emphasis on restoring Sacred Music to Church Services. Singing Gregorian chant and mainly Renaissance polyphony in its original liturgical context. Members who are all volunteers, are at present based in the North of England and Scotland.

  • The St George Singers, Kingswood Bristol  BS15 4AD. The St George Singers are a four part community choir and have been in existence for 38 years. We perform music from Tudor time to pieces commissioned by the choir from local composers.   We meet every Tuesday from 8pm – 9.30pm and are always looking for new members. We meet at Holy Trinity C of E Church, High Street, Kingswood.

  • The St Teilo Singers, London This is a peripatetic liturgical choir that grew out of the generations of students that Christopher Maxim conducted as members of the Cardiff University Church Choir at St Teilo's Church from 1993-2000.  Over the years the membership of the choir has developed to include friends and family members, many of whom have no direct link to St Teilo's Church or even Cardiff University, but who love singing and enjoy the ethos of the choir. These days The St Teilo Singers meet up about once every couple of years to sing at a cathedral or major church.

  • The Saint James’s Singers, WarwickshireSt Mary's, Warwick  The St James's Singers is a chamber choir based in south Warwickshire giving critically acclaimed performances of choral works, mainly from the baroque period under their conductor Julian Harris. Concerts are performed in Warwick, Stratford-upon-Avon, Banbury and the surrounding area.

  • The Samuel Chorus, Dundee, Scotland The Samuel Chorus began as a group of friends singing Christmas carols in December 2004, and have grown since then. They number 25-30 folk, from quite a wide geographical radius, and rehearse in the Baptist Hall, Bright St. Lochee, Dundee, on Wednesday evenings from 7.30pm. They perform twice a year (late April and early December) and their proceeds are shared with a charity (usually the choice of their host church/venue).
    They sing quite challenging classical music, covering about 6 centuries.

  • The Sheddingdean Community Gospel Choir, Sheddingdean, Burgess Hill, West Sussex Meeting regular on Tuesday 8-9pm at Sheddingdean Community Centre. No auditions or enrolment fee. Join us for a time of singing and laughter, feel happier when you leave from time spent with others.

  • The Sheffield Chorale The Sheffield Chorale is a popular and friendly mixed voice choir of around 50-60 singers, with a high reputation in the city and beyond. We enjoy singing all kinds of music, accompanied and a capella, from early music to modern part-songs, as well as major choral works.

  • The Sheffield Folk Chorale The Sheffield Folk Chorale was formed in 2001 to put on a special concert of 'uncommon' winter songs and carols. We now have 80 members and have recently issued our fourth CD. The choir is proud of the folk element in its repertoire - a repertoire that can be adapted to reflect seasonal and other themes.  While not focusing exclusively on traditional song, much of the material is inspired or influenced by folk music from Britain and beyond.  Recent concerts have featured melodies from France, the USA, Poland, and the Czech and Slovak Republics - with new English lyrics where relevant. We’re keen to present material that is distinctive - yet very accessible. Although standards are high, the atmosphere is relaxed, with informal background introductions to each song.
  • The Shopwyke Singers, Chichester, West Sussex Founded in 1995 by Alexander Dichmont, The Shopwyke Singers is a chamber choir based in Chichester, West Sussex. Currently numbering some forty singers, the choir's repertoire spans from the Renaissance to the present day and they give several concerts a year in local venues, including Boxgrove Priory

  • The Shout, London A professional choir formed in 1998 by the composers Richard Chew and Orlando Gough. The singers come from varied backgrounds - gospel, jazz, blues contemporary classical, opera. It has been called a vocal big band, a club choir, a vocal stomp, a dangerous choir and a choir of Babel.

  • The Showchoir,  Essex With simple vocal arrangements and harmonies there are opportunities to sing solo if you fancy it, on the other hand is you’d rather stay in the background and sing along with the group that’s fine too. We are a unique and fun musical theatre choir based in Essex that will capture your imagination and bring out the performer in you. Showchoir gives you the chance to sing and perform all the big hits from your favourite musicals as part of a theatrical ensemble. We cover every genre and period of musical theatre from Oklahoma and West Side Story through to Wicked and Mamma Mia. With simple vocal arrangements and harmonies there are opportunities to sing solo if you fancy it, on the other hand is you’d rather stay in the background and sing along with the group that’s fine too.

  • The Silver Ring Choir of Bath Formed in 1951, we are a mixed-voice choir (currently 40+ voices) with an excellent reputation and a varied repertoire covering a wide range of music.  We are a friendly bunch of people and as well as enjoying singing we have a social committee which arranges quizzes, walks, parties, etc.  We are always looking for new singers!

  • The Singers, Newcastle upon Tyne The Singers is a chamber choir of around twenty five mixed voices based in Newcastle. The choir draws its singers mainly from Newcastle and Northumberland but some singers travel considerable distances to participate in choir events. Currently we have singers who travel from Carlisle, Chester, Bradford, Leeds and Sheffield. The choir aims to maintain a sweetness and clarity of tone which is particularly appropriate for the earlier choral repertoire which is one of its specialities. A high standard of musicianship and sight-reading is required as the group does not meet on a regular weekly basis largely owing to the numerous other musical commitments members.

  • The Singers' Company, Glasgow The Singers Company was founded in 1996 in Glasgow by Graham Dickie and has presented concerts and recitals every year since then.

  • The Sir Joshua Reynolds Choir, Plymouth  The Choir began life in 1989 as Adult Education Class of 15 members, taking its name from The Sir Joshua Reynolds Centre in Plympton St. Maurice where it met. Since then, it has gone from strength to strength, increasing in size (average 50 members) and status, under the capable direction of Jenny George, herself an established singer in the Plymouth area. She is ably assisted by accompanist Anne Kalas. We are particular proud to have, film and TV composer, Ed Welch as our patron. Affectionately known as 'The Josh', The Sir Joshua Reynolds Choir is by no means the largest in the Plymouth area, but is, probably, the most versatile. This versatility has taken the Choir away from the stereotyped image of a Choral Society whilst still retaining the ability to sing good choral music, together with a wide variety of other musical genres.

  • The Sixteen After thirty years of world-wide performance and recording, The Sixteen is recognised as one of the world’s greatest ensembles. Comprising both choir and period-instrument orchestra, The Sixteen's total commitment to the music it performs is its greatest distinction. Its special reputation for performing early English polyphony, masterpieces of the Renaissance, bringing fresh insights into Baroque and early Classical music and a diversity of 20th Century music, is drawn from the passions of conductor and founder, Harry Christophers. At home in the UK, The Sixteen are "The Voices of Classic FM", TV Media Partner with Sky Arts, and Associate Artists of Southbank Centre, London.  The group promotes an annual series at the Queen Elizabeth Hall as well as The Choral Pilgrimage, a tour of our finest cathedrals bringing music back to the buildings for which it was written.

  • The Slipshod Singers, Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, Hampshire The Slipshod Singers were formed in 1989 by a group of yachtsman following an evening of entertainment at their local club. They had joined in the singing but it was apparent that some practice would be beneficial. They decided then to meet regularly and sing for their own enjoyment. After a few rehearsals came the first performance, a lunch time concert under the name "The Slipway Singers". Buoyed with their success they did a further evening concert. This had a few problems and the lady giving a vote of thanks made an “unintentional” slip and described them as the "Slipshod Singers." The name has stuck. Despite their name, every effort is made to give the best performance their talents will allow.

  • The Solent Singers, Warsash, Hampshire The Solent Singers was founded in 1962 when a group of young mums, who enjoyed singing, formed a choir in Warsash, near Southampton. We are a talented female choir of around 40 members singing a wide range of musical styles from pop, through folk and traditional, to songs from the shows. We get a lot of enjoyment from singing, just like our founder members, and love performing at our Christmas and Summer concerts where we raise money for charities. We also take part in local Music Festivals. 

  • The Songbirds, Kettering, Northamptonshire The Songbirds are a multi-award winning ladies choir. We are a young, vibrant & diverse choir. There are no auditions, and being able to read music is not a requirement.  No previous experience is required but enthusiasm is a must!

  • The Songsmiths, Jersey  A small four-part choir who sing arrangements of popular modern classics and songs from the shows, mainly for our own pleasure and enjoyment but also with the intention of providing musical entertainment for others. Most of our concerts are for local charities and we also occasionally sing at weddings.

  • The Sons of Pitches, Birmingham. The Sons of Pitches are an Acappella group based in Birmingham, UK. We formed in 2010, at the University of Birmingham, and have since been gigging regularly across the midlands and UK. In both 2012 and 2013 we won our regional round of the Voice Festival UK and went on to compete in the National Finals in London. While we narrowly missed out on taking the title this year, the group received more awards than any other in the competition, being recognised for ‘Outstanding Arrangement’,  ’Outstanding Choreography/Stagecraft’, ‘Outstanding Performance’, and ‘Outstanding Vocal Percussion’ on two occasions.  Additionally, we were invited to represent the rest of world category in the International Championship of Collegiate Acapella (ICCA) final held in New York.

  • The Sound Collective Choir, Chelmsford & Colchester, Essex Fun & casual Choir with a fresh modern vibe. A mix of beat-box & harmony. Times are changing and this modern choir is ready to rock. We have a fresh energy, friendly vibe and focus on being current and varied.  Everyone welcome, any ability. Challenging but not pressured.  Songs range from pop, rock, r&b, dance and musical theatre to classic standards, gospel, indie and soul.   New members welcome.  No audition required.

  • The Sound Crowd, Ruislip, London A contemporary singing group already existing at The Ruislip Golf Club.  The group in Ruislip launched December 2012 and is growing steadily.

  • The Sound Crowd, Windsor, Berkshire A contemporary singing group already existing at The Firestation Arts Centre in Windsor.   The Windsor group has been in place for three years with weekly average attendance of 35 people and over 50 members.

  • The South Wigston Community Choir, Leicestershire Formed in April 2010, with the help of Oadby and Wigston Community Action,Sing4Fun started life with 16 voices, and very soon had a regular attendance of 40 voices. The aim of Sing4Fun is to provide a community choir based in South Wigston for voices of all abilities, ages and backgrounds. To sing and enjoy a wide variety music, from tradition to modern, folk, spiritual, African, and Pop.

  • The Springfield Singers, Ladies Choir, Gloucestershire The Springfield Singers are an award-winning, friendly, vibrant female voice choir based in Lydney, Gloucestershire. With about 24 members, the choir prides itself not just on top quality singing, but having great fun, whether it's in rehearsal or performance.

  • The Stafford Singers, Stafford, Staffordshire The Stafford Singers (formerly Alstom Singers) were originally founded in 1962, as the English Electric Company Choir (later the English Electric Association Choir), when the Lichfield Road, Stafford Works was a branch of the English Electric Company. After the merger with GEC, in 1969, the choir was renamed the GEC Association Choir. Following the merger with Alsthom, in 1989, the official title of the choir then became the GEC Alsthom Association Choir. Finally, since the formation of Alstom, in 1998, the name of the choir has been The Alstom Singers. However in 2013, following the change in rehearsal venue and severance of the link to Alstom, the choir was renamed the Stafford Singers. The choir rehearses at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Wildwood, Stafford, Staffordshire.

  • The Staffordshire Children's Choir The Staffordshire Children's Choir (part of the Staffordshire Choirs Association) is a non-auditioned choir for children from across Staffordshire.

  • The 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.
  • The Station Singers, Richmond, Yorkshire The Station Singers are three Community Choirs, two of which are based at The Station, Richmond. The third rehearses at the Town Hall. Anyone who wants or likes to sing is welcome to join. There is no audition. All the choirs are very friendly and welcoming. We have fun, enjoy our singing and really improve our sound over time. Each term ends in a performance which is a culmination of the best songs learnt that term.The choirs perform separately and together. Each one has been a great night out so far, and we have raised £1000s for local charities.

  • The Surrey Fringe Barbershop Chorus, Guildford, Surrey The Surrey Fringe Barbershop Chorus is a group of male four-part harmony singers.We teach people to sing and we perform at public and private functions.We meet every Tuesday from 7.30pm - 10.00pm at Bellfields Youth & Community Centre, Hazel Avenue, Bellfields, Guildford, GU1 1NS, England.

  • The Tabard Singers, Central London A small chamber choir of 24 voices with a wide ranging repertoire from the 10th to the 21st Century, both secular and sacred. We sing for our own pleasure and work towards 3 or 4 concerts each year. We welcome expressions of interest from new members in all voices.

  • The Tallis Scholars were founded in 1973 by their director, Peter Phillips. Through their recordings and concert performances, they have established themselves as leading exponents of Renaissance sacred music. Their exploration of the depth and variety of this repertoire has reached a world-wide audience. Peter Phillips has worked with the ensemble to create, through good tuning and blend, the purity and clarity of sound which he feels best serves the Renaissance repertoire, allowing every detail of the musical lines to be heard. It is the resulting beauty of sound for which The Tallis Scholars have become renowned.

  • The Tan House Singers, Blaisdon, Gloucestershire The Tan House Singers are an enthusiastic  band of amateur musicians who took their name from the house in Blaisdon where the first rehearsals were held in 1983, home of Patricia Manners, their founder and accompanist. Over the years the choir has grown in stature and reputation, and has performed widely in Gloucestershire, elsewhere in England and in Europe.

  • The Thomas Clark Quire, Kent email only: contact: pamandbarry82@hotmail.com Formed to revive the hymns, anthems, psalms and carols originally performed by the choirs of parish churches and non-conformist chapels during the period c1750-1850. The choirs usually sang from a gallery often built at the west end of the church, and the singing was accompanied by stringed and wind instruments. They consisted of members of the local community -- farmers, shopkeepers and tradesmen.

  • The Trinity Singers, North Somerset A unique blend of concert choir and church choir. If you enjoy church music of all types, from choral evensong and carol services to full orchestral performances of major works, take a look at our website.

  • The Urban Vocal Group, Bedhampton, Hampshire Free singing tuition and music making opportunity for young people aged 11 to 18 in Havant. If you are aged 11 to 18 and love singing, performing and recording come along to the UVG on Mondays 5.45 to 7.15pm at Bedhampton Social Hall. You don't need to have any experience just an enthusiasm for singing and a desire to have fun! Come along and gain the confidence you need to take your voice to the next level.

  • The Valley Singers, Longridge, Preston, Lancashire  28 Member, 4 part harmony choir with very mixed repertoire, secular, plus songs from the shows, etc. Available for fund raising charity concerts and after dinner entertainment etc. We are a friendly group who enjoy singing for pleasure. New members welcome.

  • The Vaughan Singers, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands  The choir sings in four part harmony and is dedicated to singing and entertaining others with a varied selection of music.  The choir also has a strong emphasis on raising money for the local community and national charities.

  • The Village Voices, Hoxne, Suffolk. We are a community choir based in Hoxne Suffolk and have singers from many of the surrounding villages.  We started the choir in September 2010.  We sing at St. Peter and St. Paul’s church, Hoxne in the summer and at St. Edmunds Village Hall Hoxne during the winter months. Monday evenings.   We like to try and sing for our Church and as many charity events as we are able.  We also visit our local nursing home once a month to help with the singing by ‘Lost Chord'  and also our village sheltered accommodation to sing for them at Christmas.  

  • The Vigo Singers, Nr Meopham, Kent An amateur all female choir of twenty five voices that rehearses on Tuesday evening at Vigo Village School near Meopham Kent U.K. We sing accompanied, a wide range of music, under the leadership of our musical director. We perform two to three major concerts a year with proceeds going to local charities. Venues for singing engagements have included Leeds Castle and local churches. New members are welcome see website for information.

  • The Vocal Fusion Choir, Wimborne, DorsetA community choir with a large emphasis on fun, friends and having a go at pop classics together. We meet on Monday's during the school term at the Lantern Church in Merley, Wimborne, Dorset

  • The Voice Collective, Manchester The Voice Collective is a 13-piece mixed acapella choir that perform a range of material from jazz standards to popular music hits. The Voice Collective is available for events and parties, and can arrange and perform a special songs of your choice with prior notice.

  • The Voice Community Choir, Barnstaple Come and join a group of enthusiastic people from all walks of life who love to sing – no need to read music and no experience necessary.  We come together weekly to sing purely for the enjoyment of making music. We are also a performing choir and sing around North Devon at a variety of venues throughout the year raising money for charity. Charities we raise money for include, amongst others, North Devon Hospice, Children’s Hospice Southwest, Cancer Research UK and Care For Kids .

  • The Voice Squad, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk “The Voice Squad” kicked off in the form of a 10-girl group, all under 12, who met for half an hour on Saturdays in the lounge of a small terraced house (located conveniently near to the local sweet shop) to giggle a lot & sing a bit. 21 years & thousands of miles of strawberry laces later, it has progressed to a mixed voice group of whom there are: around 50 Seniors aged 13-19; the Voice Squad Cadets Barmy Army who feature as a training squad of around 40 singers aged 10-14, and Bethany’s Brigade which nurtures 20 or so bright-eyed, shiny-faced 3-10 year olds. Together we rampage up and down the country, performing to a variety of audiences. There’s very little of the Traditional Choir about us, as our repertoires and presentations are not generally standard choral stuff. We like to sing show-tunes, gospel, jazz, folk and world music; we get to put our own slant on classical presentations, and at every concert there are brand new arrangements and compositions made just for us.

  • The Walbrook Singers, Ickenham, London Each year they visit an English Cathedral for a week, singing all the services in place of the resident choir. They also sing by invitation at local church services and at concerts and informal musical evenings

  • The Wallace Singers, Brentwood, Essex Based in Brentwood, Essex, close to Shenfield, Billericay, and Chelmsford, The Wallace Singers, formerly known as The Howard Wallace Chorale was formed in 1980 with the purpose of performing high quality music from as wide a range as possible, in a style not offered by the many other excellent choral societies and opera groups then existing. A range of lighter popular music is sung in the choral tradition; this has had an immediate and lasting appeal, and there is now a regular attendance at performances of the Choir's middle of the road repertoire - music sacred and secular, popular classics, folk-songs, show music, and especially the arrangements created by Howard Wallace, our founder.

  • The Wallasey Choir, Cheshire Based on the Wirral  this well established 30 strong, female choir performs both nationally and internationally. The choir was initially formed in 1966 under the direction of Beryl Beckingham and continues today under the musical direction of Peter Mills.  Their repertoire ranges from oratorios & religious music to folk and pop songs including works from Bach and Handel to the more modern compositions of the Beatles and Queen.

  • The Wayfarers Barbershop Chorus, Southport We are an all male group formed in 1986, who sing a variety of Barbershop and close harmony acapella songs. Some choruses concentrate on entering Barbershop competitions and rarely sing in public.  Wayfarers on the other hand are a social chorus.  We love nothing better than entertaining audiences with our mixed repertoire, which we refresh on a regular basis

  • The Wealden Consort, Weald of Kent 16-strong chamber choir singing mostly a cappella with music ranging from Byrd to Britten, including modern pops

  • The Wellensian Consort, Somerset  The Wellensian Consort has rapidly established a reputation as one of the United Kingdom’s leading chamber choirs. Its members met whilst singing in the choirs of Wells Cathedral School and were reunited by their conductor, Christopher Finch, to celebrate the School’s 1100 year anniversary in 2009. Since their debut concert, they have received great acclaim for the quality and vibrancy of their performances and have performed to a series of rapturous audiences throughout the country. In November 2010 the Wellensian Consort was awarded the coveted accolade of Choir of the Year 2010.

  • The West Somerset Singers, Taunton We are a long-established, Taunton-based mixed voice choir with approximately 40 members. Led by our Musical Director, David Knight, we perfom an eclectic mix of pieces from Mozart to Gershwin. We meet on Monday evenings 7.30pm - 9.30pm in the Gwyn Williams room at Taunton School. New members very welcome.

  • The Wey Community Gospel Choir, Guildford, Surrey A community based project, our vision for the choir is to get the wider community singing and creating an environment that is fun and social for the attendees. The style of music we are predominantly singing is ‘gospel’ but looking at a wide range of repertoire and incorporating different styles of music within it. The intention of the choir is to form a large vocal group, which is made up from people of varying backgrounds, religious persuasion and vocal ability, therefore being inclusive. The choir is for anyone and everyone, no matter what your skill level. You don’t have to read music or have ever sang before. Our aim is to teach in a variety of different teaching methods and provide learning skills and techniques for choir members, whether you are a complete beginner or a professional singer.

  • The White Rose Chorus (Barbershop), Leeds, Yorkshire Our club motto is Friendship through Harmony. We have around 27 members and are always looking for new male singers of all ages. You don't have to be experienced or read music, just be able to stay in tune, be prepared to learn, work hard and enjoy the company of fellow singers. We rehearse on Monday nights at the Rawdon and Guiseley Conservative Club not far from Leeds-Bradford airport from 7.30 to 10 p.m. Come and join us!

  • The White Rose Singers, Marske, Yorkshire We are a choir of 40 ladies, based in Marske, East Cleveland. Formed in 1987, we are affiliated to the Yorkshire Countrywomen’s Association (YCA), however you do not have to be a YCA member in order to join our choir. Our founder and first Musical Director was Betty Ord. After Betty retired, Maureen Tanner took over, and in 2002 Caroline Scales became our current Musical Director. We perform all over the area, in all sorts of venues. We sing to help raise money for charities, for special events, weddings and we put on our own concerts. At the end of the financial year we donate to local charities. Every Christmas we join with other YCA choirs in singing for the Annual YCA Christmas Service in St. Michael-le-Belfry Church, York.

  • The White Rosettes, Horsforth, Leeds, W. Yorkshire A  Ladies Barbershop Chorus with approximately 60 singing members who enjoy performing in shows, competitions and charity events.  In 2008 they won the Barbershop Class at the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod and were one of only 5 choirs to go through to the Choir of the World final.  They became LABBS Chorus Champions for a record eleventh time in 2007 as well as being overall winners of the Coleraine Choral Festival in Northern Ireland.  They also regularly perform abroad having visited Canada, the USA and Europe where they won a European Bronze Medal in 2003.

  • The William East Quire, Ketton, Rutland  A costumed quire (mostly WG, some SH) meeting on Fridays 8 - 9:30 pm, (not every week) at Brewery House, High Street, Ketton. Performances have included concerts, church services, weddings and historical commemorations.

  • The Willow Singers, Blaby, Leicestershire. We are a ladies' choir. We started life in 2000 as an evening class, based at Countesthorpe College.  We eventually evolved into the Countesthorpe Women’s Wednesday Workshop (WWW) and sang as a choir together for a number of years.  Early in 2013, we felt that the name WWW no longer reflected our growing confidence as a choir.  The members each brought a name and we voted on our favourite.  The Willow Singers won by a mile and it seems to suit us.

  • The Windmill Singers, Southam, Warwickshire A friendly, mixed choir of about 40 voices, with a wide repertoire from madrigals to pop, from church music to Gilbert and Sullivan. We celebrate our 40th anniversary in 2004 and will welcome new members to join us in a demanding and exciting programme of events, which is being planned.

  • Thetford Singers, Thetford, Norfolk Thetford Singers comprises a group of about forty committed and enthusiastic singers drawn from a wide area of Norfolk and Suffolk. Their goal is to foster and promote the tradition of choral singing that has long been part of the British way of life.
  • Thistle Do Nicely, Scotland e-mail only: contact: ThistleDoNicelyChoir@gmail.com John Lewis Partnership regional choir

  • Thomas Tallis Society, Greenwich, London  Based at St Alfege, Greenwich, the society performs a range of music, ancient and modern with around 40 voices, often accompanied by the society's orchestra. Applications are welcomed from experienced sight readers capoable of performing to a high standard on a few condensed rehearsals.

  • Thornbury Choral Society, South Gloucestershire We hold two concerts a year, usually in May and November, and wherever possible these are performed with full orchestra.  We also run a ‘come and sing’ event each year in February which is led by our professional conductor. There are no auditions and generally all competent singers are welcomed.  Future plans include Handel’s Judas Maccabaeus and, in 2017-2018, two concerts commemorating the end of the Second World War: Haydn’s Mass in Time of War and Elgar’s Spirit of England and The Music Makers.

  • Thornton Singers, Bradford, West Yorkshire We are a mixed voice choir of around 55 members, we meet each Wednesday evening at Howarth road Methodist Church to rehearse, and we perform around 10 concerts a year. Our professional conductor keeps us on our toes, helping us to explore and train our voices. Next year we celebrate our centenary, with 5 major concerts planned already. We sing a wide variety of pieces, from classical to modern, both serious and humorous! Our repertoire expanded in 2005 when we were awarded a lottery grant which was all spent on new music.

  • Three Rivers Community Choir, Newbury, Berkshire This is an exciting singing venture for Newbury and Thatcham, first set up as Trinity Community Choir in September 2014 by Caroline Snowdon and Angie Creed. Whilst the choir is based at Winchcombe School, Newbury, it is a true 'Community Choir' - involving any member of the local community who wishes to share our joy of singing. The choir is a not for profit organisation and therefore all money paid by members is used to pay for ongoing choir expenses.

  • Three Spire Harmony (Barbershop) Chorus, Warwickshire We are a group of about 50 men of all age groups, based in Coventry, although currently rehearsing in Kenilworth. We enjoy singing in four-part acapella harmony in the 'Barbershop Style'.  We like to sing for fun, but also improve our singing ability and entertain people.

  • Three Spires Singers, Truro, Cornwall Recognised as one of the best choirs of its kind in the south west, Three Spires Singers has some 90 members drawn from around the county.  The choir gives three to four concerts per year, usually in Truro Cathedral or Hall for Cornwall, and has performed music ranging over almost four hundred years, from Monteverdi’s 1610 Vespers to Paul Spicer’s Easter Oratorio, written in 1999.  The choir engages soloists of national standing and has performed with a number of national orchestras and ensembles, as well as its own Three Spires Orchestra

  • Three Valleys Gospel Choir (3VGC), Todmorden, W Yorksire We are a group who love singing gospel music of all sorts from negro spirituals to funky modern gospel grooves, gospel classics to pop/rock. Started in October 2008 the choir is going from strength to strength. The choir is open to anyone who enjoys singing, you don't have to read music or have sung in a choir before. Although we meet in Todmorden we have a members from all over the Upper Calder Valley area and Halifax

  • Three Valleys Male Choir, Waltham Abbey, Essex A small choir of 18 voices, operating and drawing members from East Herts, West Essex and North London. We entertain the elderly during the day time and carry out a number of public concerts for charity during the year. 

  • Thurrock Choral Society, Essex Records of the choir date back to 1905, before the name "Thurrock Choral Society" (TCS) came into being in 1964. A grand inaugural concert was performed at the Civic Hall with 250 voices and the Essex Philharmonic Orchestra under Stanford Roberts. Later, in the same year, some of the greatest Choral works were performed: Elgar's Dream of Gerontius and Handel's Messiah.

  • Thurrock Golden Voices, Essex Thurrock Golden Voices is an over 50s Community Choir, and came from an idea raised at the 2007 Thurrock Older People's Conference.  In October 2008, with 2 year funding from the Arts Council and support from Thurrock CVS, the first members came together to form the new choir.  At the end of the 2 year project, membership had grown and those involved wished to continue and therefore Thurrock Golden Voices became a fully constituted and independent group in 2010. We aim to show older people in a positive light  and we sing a range of songs that you wouldn’t necessarily expect the over 50s to be singing, as well as the occasional 'old favourite'!

  • Tickhill and District Male Voice Choir, South Yorkshire Tickhill’s male voice choir, founded 1961, meets regularly for practices at the Tickhill Methodist Church on Northgate Road, Tickhill at 7:30pm on a Mondays (except Bank Holidays) and performs a variety of Concerts throughout the year, singing a mixture of many styles from traditional choral music to songs from the shows.

  • Tideswell Male Choir, Tideswell, Derbyshire Tideswell Male Choir is a vibrant, forward thinking male chorus numbering 60+ members. Recent developments have excited interest from younger guys who now enjoy performing in the spectacular shows for which this group has gained a reputation. Rehearsals  take place on Tuesday / Wednesday evenings in Tideswell, Derbyshire.

  • Tideswell Singers, Derbyshire Tideswell Singers are a medium-sized mixed voice choir based around Tideswell in the Peak District of Derbyshire, performing a widely-varied repertoire and rehearsing on Wednesday evenings in the neighbouring village of Litton.  

  • Tilehurst Rock Choir, Berkshire Established in 2005, Rock Choir was the first contemporary choir in the UK and its unique choir format has created a musical movement affecting thousands of individuals and communities across the country.

  • Tilford Bach Society, Nr Farnham, Surrey Founded 52 years ago by Denis Darlow, then organist at All Saints Church, Tilford to promote the music of J.S.Bach and his contemporaries. This tradition continues particularly at its Annual Festival of Music under the Directorship of Laurence Cummings, Head of Historic Performance at the Royal Academy of Music. Regular Members’ Evenings, open to temporary members, are held at Farnham Castle and a Carols by Candlelight Service is held at All Saints Church, Tilford.

  • Times & Seasons, Brentwood, Essex An a cappella chamber choir of about 18 voices, whose programmes span a wide range of period and style, from the serious to the lighthearted, and often include poetry or prose readings

  • Tintagel Orpheus Male Voice Choir, Cornwall  The choir was formed in 1929 by a Welshman, Jack Thomas, who had moved to Tintagel to quarry slate. The Choir is much travelled, having sung in Austria, Switzerland, Germany and the South of France.

  • Toccata Ladies Choir Livingston, West Lothian, Scotland Toccata is a ladies choir of over 40 singers, established for over 31 years. We've been established since 1978 and our repertoire is wide and varied, everything from Bach to the Beatles. Our year ends with a 2-night annual concert in May but we often perform at other events throughout the year.

  • Tollington Gospel Choir, London N4 Anyone is welcome to join the choir; any age, experience or faith. Rehearsals are every other Monday from 7pm - 8:15pm St Mark's Church, Lower Hall, 1 Moray Road, London N4 3LD. We started in 2008 and now have between 30-40 singers in the choir. We do two concerts a term, plus a few other activities.

  • Tonbridge Community Singers, Kent A local amateur choir which sings a wide range of music from choral to gospel to musicals to pop classics.  There are no auditions and new members are always welcome.  We rehearse in north Tonbridge on Wednesday evenings during academic terms and usually produce a summer and a winter concert. 

  • Tonbridge Philharmonic Society, Kent. Few town the size of Tonbridge can boast a Society of 150 performing members and both a Choir and Orchestra. Form in 1946 as a choir only the society now has 122 singers and 35 instrumentalists. Giving choral and orchestral concerts of a high standard using professional soloists, it has an expansive repertoire.

  • Tonbridge 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!

  • Tongue & Groove, East Dulwich, London Born from a love of performing, Tongue & Groove is a new SE London vocal group that is all about engaging with the audience and putting on a good show.  The founders have all run successful local choirs and have participated in theatrical performances for companies such as The Young Vic, The National Theatre, VoiceLab and Spitalfield’s Music Festival. We love the limelight and we want to bring together like-minded souls to sing, move, and most of all perform. We are looking for members who love being on stage, can sing in harmony, perform simple choreography, and commit to learning words, notes and moves outside of rehearsals

  • Tonic 1 & 2 Choirs, Harrow, North London Part of the Tonic Choirs network, our aim is to have fun through singing a wide range of secular music. We welcome singers aged 16+ irrespective of ability. There are no auditions and you don't have to be able to read music. Our repertoire is broad and includes folk, pop, world music, musical theatre, classical, opera and humorous.

  • Tonic 3 Choir, Radlett, Hertfordshire Part of the Tonic Choirs network, our aim is to have fun through singing a wide range of secular music. We welcome singers aged 16+ irrespective of ability. There are no auditions and you don't have to be able to read music. Our repertoire is broad and includes folk, pop, world music, musical theatre, classical, opera and humorous.

  • onic 4 Choir, Totteridge Village, London, N20 8AH Part of the Tonic Choirs network, our aim is to have fun through singing a wide range of secular music. We welcome singers aged 16+ irrespective of ability. There are no auditions and you don't have to be able to read music. Our repertoire is broad and includes folk, pop, world music, musical theatre, classical, opera and humorous.

  • Tonna Male Voice Choir, nr. Neath, W. Glamorgan evolved from a weekly "sing a long" at the Railway Tavern in Aberdulais. From this group of men with a love of singing, in keeping with the Welsh tradition, it was not long before a committee was formed, and thus the foundation for the Tonna Male Voice Choir was laid. An initial membership of 16 in 1968 increased rapidly and within a year the choir was some 60 strong, this necessitated a change of rehearsal room from the Railway Tavern to the Tonna Junior School. Membership continued to increase and by 1971 the choir numbers had grown to over 80, this strength of numbers continued for several years but then in common with most other choirs in the area, the declining industrial base in the area took its toll and numbers started to decline, there has been a revival of interest over recent years and the current-membership of the choir stands at 32.

  • Tonus Peregrinus (London-based) Since its formation in 1990 at New College, Oxford, they've performed a wide repertoire of music both in concert and within a liturgical context. Future plans include group vocal improvisation/music theatre, a continuing exploration of The Clerkes of Oxenford legacy and multimedia presentations

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  • Tonyrefail Ladies Choir, Tonyrefail, Rhondda Cynon Taff, South Wales We rehearse in Salem Chapel in Tonyrefail on a Tuesday night from 7pm until 9pm.  Tonyrefail Ladies Choir was born in 1989 as the Tref-y-Rhyg Singers, but updated our name (and repertoire) to the Tonyrefail Ladies Choir in 2004. We are a choir of 24 ladies and sing music from the classical era to the modern day. Our repertoire includes Cherubini's "Sanctus", a collection of John Rutter music, songs from the musicals and pop songs, including Robbie Williams' "Angels". We sing in English, Welsh, Latin and Italian. We perform many concerts and weddings every year, and travel far and wide to sing and love to perform.

  • Torbay Folk Choir, Torquay, Devon The choir meets on Tuesdays in term time at The Windmill Centre, Torquay and is an opportunity to free your voice and join with other like-minded people in making beautiful music. There are no auditions, and you don’t need to be able to read music to join. The programme is designed to cater for all abilities from those new to singing right up to seasoned vocalists, and there’s something for everyone when it comes to repertoire and the techniques of the voice.

  • Torbay Jubilee Choir, Devon Formed in 2012 as a result of a request from the Council for a choir to sing at the Queen’s Jubilee Civic Service.  The choir have continued as an occasional choir which meet for a set number of rehearsals prior to an event.  We have sung at a remembrance concert, a Holocaust Memorial Event, and we will launch the Poppy Appeal in Paignton this October and sing at the Civic Carol Service in December.  Most of the choir are able to read or work on music prior to rehearsals (listening materials are provided).  Rehearsal nights may vary as many singers also work with other choirs.  The Musical Director and organiser is Jane Anderson-Brown.

  • Torbay Police Choir, Devon The Torbay Police Choir was formed in 1972 to raise money for local charities, and in its 30 years has assisted in raising of over £200,000 for worthy causes in England and Europe, a fact of which the choir is very proud.  A second aim has been to further police/public relations, in which we believe we have achieved a remarkable record.

  • Torbay Singers, Devon  The Torbay Singers are South Devon's premier choral singing group. We meet weekly throughout the year and put on three concerts at Christmas, Easter and during May/June.

  • Torch We are a choir who sing rock and only rock. We are all ages and types of people. Whole families come along from grandparents down to teenagers. When we do our own gigs we sing with a live rock band and our songs range from Kasabian to Deep Purple, Muse to Queen, Alice Cooper to Evanescence , Buzzcocks (okay – punk!) to Melissa Etheridge, ACDC to Motorhead. You can check out Joey singing Iron maidens ‘Run To The Hills’ on YouTube (check out how many views!!!) ‘Awesome kid sings Iron Maiden’. And we are loving it!!!

  • Total Voice Chamber Choir, Milford on Sea, near Lymington, Hampshire An SATB choir of around 35 singers, singing an eclectic range of music from baroque to pop. The choir's focus is on enjoyment and musical excellence.

  • Total Voice Contemporary Choir, Milford on Sea, near Lymington, Hampshire A large, friendly rock and pop choir open to everyone. This choir is all about the joy of singing, whether you're an old hand or a complete novice.
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  • Tottenham Community Choir aims to bring together local people of all ages and backgrounds to enjoy singing and encourage neighbourliness, starts 8th September 2009  and continues  every Tuesday at 7.30 in Downhills Primary school. Come and help  to create an unique Tottenham sound.

  • Towcester Choral Society, Northamptonshire Towcester Choral Society is a mixed voice choir with around 55 singers. The society was founded in 1900, and regularly performs a wide variety of secular and religious music in and around Towcester, Northamptonshire, in UK and has built up a strong reputation for quality and variety.  Our Musical Director is Helen Swift. Our rehearsals are on Tuesdays from 7.30 p.m. to 9.30 p.m. Our season starts in September and finishes in June each year.  New members are welcome.

  • Trafford Community Choirs, Sale, Manchester

  • Open to any adults who want to join in group singing. Repertoire includes pop songs, African, folk and traditional songs as well as arrangements of classical pieces. There are two choirs: - Tuesday afternoons weekly 13.30-14.30 and Tuesday evenings fortnightly 18.45 – 20.30.
  • Tranter's Party, Stow on the Wold, Gloucestershire e-mail only: contact flint9@btinternet.com A non-costume quire meeting irregularly on Sunday afternoons in Condicote. New members are very welcome.

  • Treble Clef Ladies Choir, Weybridge, Surrey A choir of some 80 ladies who meet with enthusiasm for rehearsals on a Monday evening in Weybridge, in the care of our Musical Director Christine Best . Christine is of a belief that anyone can sing, so we hold no auditions. Despite that we are a choir of good quality, and hold many successful fundraising concerts for local charities. We sing anything from Abba to Zadoc the Priest, in 4 part SSAA harmony.

  • Treble Cliff, Lincoln. A community choir which meets  Tuesday afternoons, 2pm. Club Room, ‘The Venue’, Grantham Road, Navenby. LN5 0JJ

  • Tredegar Orpheus Male Voice Choir, South Wales Formed in 1909 from two choirs, the glee party and a small chapel choir.

  • Tredici, Holborn, London Tredici Chamber Choir exists to perform some of the greatest a cappella sacred music ever written to the highest possible standard. The choir is resident at St Giles in the Fields in Holborn, London.  Our association with this beautiful 1734 Henry Flitcroft-designed church dates back to the choir’s formation, in 2004, when Richard Thomas was invited to assemble a group of singers for the Leprosy Mission's carol service. There were Thirteen singers at that first event – hence the name.

  • Treharris Male Choir, Wales Treharris Male Voice Choir, is made up of purely amateur singers from all walks of life they are united in their love of singing and giving pleasure to others. The choir was formed in 1961 in what was a strong mining community. The choir is a charitable organisation and regularly raises monies through their concerts for many local and foreign causes. 

  • Trelawny Singers, Cornwall

  • Treorchy Male Choir, Rhondda Cynon Taf, South Wales Perhaps the best-known male voice combination in the world. Since its reformation in a valley schoolroom on October 16th, 1946, Treorchy has developed into what is probably the best known male voice combination in the world. The choir has achieved an unbeaten record of Eisteddfod wins, produced an unequalled amount of commercial records, undertaken hugely successful tours of Australia, Canada and the U.S.A. while performing hundreds of concerts closer to home. Over the years this amateur group of singers has become an admirable ambassador for Wales.
  • Treverva Male Voice Choir, Falmouth, Cornwall A small TTBB Choir, established in 1936, based at Treverva Chapel, which is 6 miles from the port of Falmouth in Cornwall. Varied repertoire from traditional Male Voice pieces like, Morte Criste and Gwahoddiad, to lighter music, such as Waltzing Matilda, California Dreaming and Portrait of my Love, performing 15 to 20 concerts per year in aid of local charities. The choir has a membership of about 35 singers.

  • Trianon Music Group Choir, Ipswich, Suffolk Trianon Music Group is a non professional symphony orchestra and choir, with 220 regularly performing members.  Originally formed as an orchestra in 1959  the addition of the choir led to the creation of Trianon Music Group in September 1963. The Group performs three major concerts each year.  These are usually at the Ipswich Corn Exchange and have also included performances at the world renowned Snape Maltings Concert Hall. In addition, groups of singers and instrumentalists perform smaller scale concerts across the region at local venues to help local projects and charities with with fundraising.

  • Tring Choral Society, Hertfordshire Tring Choral Society's first recorded concert took place in 1894. The Society today has over 80 members, both male and female, and performs three concerts each year in the Parish Church of St Peter and St Paul, Tring.  We rehearse on Mondays, and recent concerts have included Bach: St Matthew Passion, Vaughan Williams: Sea Symphony, Faure: Requiem, Elgar: Music Makers

  • Trinity Baroque, Cambridge 8 young professional singers who specialise in the authentic performance of sacred and secular music from 1500-1800. Formed in Cambridge in 1987, and now performing regularly in the UK and abroad, with several CDs to its name

  • Trinity Boys Choir, Croydon, London Trinity Boys Choir is famed for its versatility. Up to 100 trebles are coached each week in a variety of groups through a wide-ranging repertoire. Boys continue to sing after the voice change, both alongside the trebles and in dedicated male voice groups. 

  • Trinity Broads Singers,Repps, Norfolk Established in February 2009, Trinity Broads Singers have blossomed into another dynamic choir, about 20-strong, that has recently started to perform.

  • Trinity Singers, Cambridge The Trinity Singers are a seventy strong, non-audition chorus based in Cambridge. We are open to members from across East Anglia, whether staff or students of the University of Cambridge, or those unaffiliated with the university, welcoming all regardless of previous musical experience. Rehearsals take place in Trinity College Chapel from 7:45 - 9:30p.m. every Thursday during University term time. Our repertoire ranges from performing large scale oratorios to secular song arrangements. Previous concerts include: Haydn The Creation, Rossini Petite Messe Solennelle, Handel Messiah, Rutter Requiem, Brahms Requiem. Most recently, the Singers performed a concert of Music for a Summers’ Day, ranging from madrigals by Morley and Weelkes to arrangements of Gershwin, Porter and a commission for the choir, by Paul Ayres.

  • Triple H Community Choir, Essex Triple H Community Choir covers the areas of Hockley, Hawkwell and Hullbridge in Essex. We meet at Hockley & Hawkwell Methodist Church on Monday evenings from 7.30 to 9.30. It is open to anyone of any age or ability. Ability to read music not necessary. We cover music ranging from Les Miserables to Rutter to The Pogues.

  • Trowbridge Chorus, Wiltshire Established in 1906 this is a local, friendly, Society with a current membership of 70 singers of all ages and experience. The focus is on singing for enjoyment and new members are always welcomed - no auditions necessary. Rehearsals take place in Trowbridge on Monday evenings.  We perform two concerts a year which include major choral works, performed with orchestra and soloists. On occasions, if the pieces are suitable, we invite local school choirs to join us for performances. Our centenary concert saw a performance of Mendelssohn’s Elijah and other recent concerts included Schubert: Mass in A flat, Bach: Christmas Cantata, Cantata 140 Wachet Auf, Bruckner: Locust Iste, Christus Factus Est. We aim to hold choral workshops on an annual basis to encourage new members and to broaden our range/experience.

  • Trowbridge Songways, Wiltshire 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.

  • Truro Choral Society, Truro, Cornwall  Established in 1962 Truro Choral Society is the largest Choral Society in Cornwall, currently with a membership of about 100. We perform the major choral works, as well as contemporary works, including a number of premieres. Rehearsals take place in Truro on Tuesday evenings. We perform two or three concerts each year, usually in Truro Cathedral. There is also an occasional family Christmas concert in the cathedral. We are always pleased to welcome new members. Please have a look at our web site, and come and join us at rehearsals.

  • Tudor Roses, Winchester, Hampshire Ladies Barbershop Harmony Chorus formed in January 1995. We now have 40 members and each year sees us rising further up in the nationwide "league table". We compete each October in the National Championships and are proud to say that we are getting better and better and are now in the middle rankings - and going UP!

  • Tuesday Singers, Maidenhead, Berks SL6 5BH We are a ladies choir singing pop and classical whatever our conductor, Helen, throws at us!We meet in St Mark' Crescent Methodist Church, Allenby Road,Maidenhead. There is a brief audition mainly to make sure that the singer is in the right section!. For over 40 years we have been entertaining local clubs and for the past 15 we put on 2 charity concerts [spring and autumn] per year. We are always happy to welcome new members. The choir is  a very friendly group who share coffee after rehearsal, a coffee morning in the summer  and an evening dinner in the winter.

  • Tuneless Choir, Nottingham Tuneless Choirs are for those who LOVE singing but lack the ability, practice or confidence to do so. Our Nottingham Tuneless Choir has been a huge success. We’d like to set up Tuneless Choirs around the country or even the world!

  • Tuxedo Junction, near Hinckley, Leicestershire Tuxedo Junction is a small, friendly chorus of committed and dedicated singers, directed by the very talented Rob Barber. Our aim is to sing both traditional barbershop and more contemporary music.

  • Twickenham Choral Society, London Twickenham Choral Society is a friendly thriving choir of over 100 voices drawing singers of all ages from a wide area of West London. Programmes are chosen to provide the opportunity to sing great works from the choral repertoire as well as to explore less familiar music, ranging from Renaissance to the present day. Members are regularly canvassed for ideas and preferences. The choir always works with excellent professional soloists and orchestras, aiming to produce the highest quality performance. Concerts are staged at least three times a year; usually in local venues but sometimes in central London or abroad

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  • Twyford Singers, Twyford, Berkshire We are a local, friendly, mixed choir with about 45 members. We sing a variety of music, both old and new, secular and sacred and we normally perform two major concerts each year, at Christmas and in the summer. We have a young, enthusiastic and talented musical director and we are currently looking for new members to join us – no formal auditions necessary. Plenty of assistance is given to new members by other members of the choir and by providing CDs for home practice.

  • Twyford Singers, Winchester, Hampshire Formed in 1974, the choir has grown from about 30 to around 75 and we still have three of the founding members within our ranks.  We are very fortunate to have Derek Beck as our present conductor and are proud to be non-auditioned. We have been constituted as a registered charity for several years and are formally known as Twyford Singers (Hampshire), in order to differentiate us from our Twyford (Berkshire) cousins!

  • Tyndale Choral Society, Gloucestershire The Society currently has 65 active members but is eager to recruit more. All voices are welcome and, as with all choirs these days, tenors and basses particularly so! No singer is too young. Open rehearsals are held twice a year, offering an opportunity to join in a ‘taster’ evening to see what TCS is all about without making a commitment.

  • Tynemouth Choral Society, Tyne and Wear The Society was formed in 1967 to fill a gap in the local music scene, and one of our first soloists was Sir Thomas Allen CBE, who is now our patron. Since our formation we have had six Musical Directors – Keith Shaw, David Macintosh, Ken Ormston, Norma Davidson, Rebecca Coulson and our present one is Peter Coulson. We have established and maintained a love of choral music in the coastal area, and our members have a wide range of backgrounds and musical experience. We run a variety of social events which are enjoyed by our members.