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  • UCS Centenary Choir, Hampstead, North London  This amateur choir consists of some 80 members at present and the only requirement for joining is an ability to sing in tune, hold a part, and most of all, be enthusiastic. The choir was formed as a direct result of the school's centenary celebrations in 2008 and we all had such a good time we kept going. Membership is open to members of the local community as well as pupils, staff and Old Boys of the school. and very successful performances of Handel's Messiah, Carl Orff's Carmina Burana, Mozart’s Mass in C minor and Elgar's Songs from the Bavarian Highlands have already taken place.

  • Ulrika Eleonora Kyrkokör, London The church choir at Swedish Ulrika Eleonora Church in London meets for practice on Thursdays from 7pm to 9pm (see calendar) and sings once or twice a month at the Parish Communion. Membership varies between 30-55 people, men and women of all ages. The choir's repertoire includes music from all epoques. A high point of the choir's year is the preparation for and performance at numerous Lucia services, including a major service in a London cathedral, and at the Swedish School in Barnes on the national day. There are also a Spring Concert and other projects each year. Small groups from the choir also take part in worship from time to time.
  • Ulster Youth Choir 70-strong SATB, meeting annually for a summer residential course and concert tour. The course includes singing lessons and workshops with professional vocal coaches.
  • Ulverston Choral Society, Cumbria We are a mixed choir of between 55/60 voices.  We do two sometimes three concerts each season.  Usually one at Christmas and another in May/June.  We do not hold auditions for new members.  Currently we are looking for Sopranos, Tenors & Basses. We started the new season on Thursday 4th September 2008.

  • United Singers, Hornchurch, Essex The ensemble formed from the members of the Hornchurch Passion Play 2015 choir who wanted to continue singing together; the majority of our founding singers are from a strong Christian background but that does not mean we are an exclusive group. We are a non-auditioning choir that welcomes anyone who likes to sing into our ensemble. If you are interested in joining our ranks, simply turn up at our next rehearsal. United Singers meet fortnightly, on Sundays, in the Hornchurch Methodist Church between 2:30pm and 4:30pm. There is a membership fee to help cover the running costs of the choir

  • United Voices Concert Choir, Bradford, West Yorkshire  United Voices is a Gospel Choir. United Voices sings at church praise celebrations, charity events, cultural events, weddings and other settings

  • University College London Chamber Choir  UCLCC is a young, fun-luvin' choir of around 40 voices drawn from UCL. It combines musical excellence with a dynamic camaraderie which lures singers back year after year.
  • University College London Symphony Chorus The main singing group, however, is the symphony chorus, which is a non-auditioned group, so the size can vary hugely from year to year. As it is not necessary to audition, there is a huge spread of experience, from beginners to those who have been singing all their lives. The results, however are always excellent. In term one, typically the symphony chorus will sing in two concerts, accompanied by the UCL Music Society Symphony orchestra. In term two, the group makes up the chorus for the Opera, which is the main focus of the music society.
  • University of Birmingham Chamber Choir 40-60 members from the University and Birmingham who sing anything from Duruflé to African chants, with occasional foreign tours.
  • University of East Anglia Choir, Norwich. Norfolk UEA Choir enjoys membership from students, staff and members of the public. The choir, under the direction of conductor Tom Primrose, rehearses on campus, every Monday (7.30pm-9.30pm), during the autumn and spring semesters. Performances take place throughout the year, both solo and in collaboration with either UEA Symphony Orchestra or another local orchestra.

  • University of East Anglia Chamber Choir, Norwich, Norfolk UEA Chamber Choir is made up of students, staff and members of the public and is conducted by Choirmaster Tom Primrose. The choir rehearse on campus, every Monday (5.00pm-6.30pm), during the autumn and spring semesters, and perform either on campus or in the surrounding region, at least twice a year

  • University of East Anglia Community Choir, Norwich, Norfolk UEA Community Choir enjoys membership from students, staff and members of the public. The community choir, under the direction of UEA Director of Music Stuart Dunlop, rehearse on campus from 1.10-1.55pm, every Wednesday lunchtime (except the first Wednesday of the month), during the autumn and spring semesters. The choir practice a wide range of music, from modern popular music, to traditional gospel pieces. 

  • University of Essex Choir The University of Essex Choir was founded in 1977 and numbers about 150 singers.  Its membership is drawn from staff and students of the University and from the local community.  The University is an international community with a relatively high proportion of overseas students and many of the students in the choir are from overseas.
  • University of Lancaster Music Society Choir

  • University of Leicester Singers and Choral Society The Singers is a chamber choir for singers with some reasonable ability; the Choral Society is open to anyone who enjoys singing - there is no audition
  • University of London Church Choir Graduates and students singing church services where either there is no regular choir, or the regular choir is unable to perform. No formal audition.
  • University of Sheffield Chamber Choir, Yorkshire The University of Sheffield Chamber Choir is made up of students from  the department of music and other departments throughout the University. The SATB choir has 34 members and performs several concerts annually, both at the University and elsewhere in the city, and also leads in the University's Service of Remembrance and the University Carol Service. The choir tour regularly and recent trips have included concerts in Dublin and London.

  • University of Sheffield Gospel Choir, Yorkshire The University of Sheffield Gospel Choir is an inclusive, friendly choir. The atmosphere is deliberately informal and we don't hold auditions in order to make people feel welcome and at ease. Our repertoire is vast and varied ranging from uplifting African American Spirituals to contemporary pop music to popular Disney songs, all with an important message at their core. The choir is about more than just singing; we learn and develop together, form lasting friendships and provide support for one another.

  • University of Sheffield Singers' Society SingSoc is one of the biggest societies at the University of Sheffield and is open to all - undergraduates, postgraduates, staff, and international/Erasmus/ semester abroad students, as well as local Sheffield residents.  Founded in 1998, SingSoc has grown to have well over 150 singers, in 3 choirs led by 3 musical directors.

  • University of Sussex Chamber Choir, Falmer, near Brighton, E. Sussex  Their repertoire spans five centuries, from French chansons to 20th century works. They welcome new members from the community as well as from the university

  • University of Warwick Chamber Choir The University of Warwick Chamber Choir (UWCC) is an student-run mixed choir that prides itself on performing challenging music to a high standard, whilst maintaining an ethos of friendliness and fun. Under the instruction of Paul McGrath, Director of Music and Lucy Griffiths, Assistant Director of Music, UWCC has gone from strength to strength, establishing a distinguished reputation.
  • University of Warwick Chorus The University of Warwick Chorus is the largest choir on campus, boasting around 250 members. With a non-audition policy, the Chorus attracts students and staff from the University, as well as members from the local community. Under the batons of the Director and Assistant Director of Music, the voices of enthusiasts, novices, and the vocally trained come together once a week during term-time.
  • Upbeat, London A community choir that sings secular music across the genres. It rehearses on Tuesday evenings in term time from 745-930 at Wanstead High School, Redbridge Lane West, London E11 2JZ, and is open to anyone over the age of sixteen. 

  • Urban Voice, Minehead, Somerset We are a a choir of 30 members of varying ages, experience and walks of life, based in and around Minehead, Somerset. We are available for private events, eg weddings, as a whole choir or a smaller group, depending on your requirements.
  • Urmston Choral Society, Manchester A group of 50-strong SATB singers, formed in December 1940, whose wide repertoire now ranges from Bach to the Beatles!  We rehearse from 7.30-9.30pm each Wednesday at Greenfield Church, Greenfield Avenue, Urmston, Manchester M41 0XN (at the back of Urmston market).  We usually perform six concerts a year, mostly in churches.  We have a professional conductor and accompanist.  Our annual subscription is £39.00 and we pay £2.00 each week towards expenses.  We are a very friendly group of people who welcome new members.  Auditions are not required. 
  • Uttoxeter Choral Society, Staffordshire Uttoxeter Choral Society is a friendly group of (SATB) singers who meet at Uttoxeter Guildhall.  We have performed about 3 concerts a year since 1831 – not with the same people!  We have sung Mozart’s Requiem with an orchestra and English and American songs with piano accompaniment. We practice every Thursday at 7.30pm and have time for a good chat mid-way, with tea and biscuits. We welcome new singers (with no audition) and this autumn we have a new conductor , Mitchell Holland.

  • Uxbridge Choral Society, London Amateur choral society of about 80 voices, singing mainly classical repertoire. We give two principal concerts every year, in the spring and the autumn. We also have a Carol Concert in December and a Summer Concert in July, with the later concert tending to be lighter in tone.