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  • W10 An eight-part voice ensemble formed in 2008  and based in North Kensington, West London.  The choir’s repertoire covers sacred and secular works from Renaissance to Contemporary, usually performed a capella.

  • Wadebridge Choral Society, Cornwall: e-mail only: contact Eileen Luxford. About 40-strong, performing 2 local concerts a year at Christmas and in the Spring

  • Wadebridge Male Voice Choir, Cornwall 60-strong community choir singing in the Cornish tradition, both locally and more widely in the UK

  • Wadhurst Chorale, Wadhurst, East Sussex: e-mail only: contact chorale@wadhurst.info  Under the baton of Robert Fuller, aims to perform two or three times a year; we are not the church choir but rehearse in the Parish Church of St Peter & St Paul on Friday evenings for around six weeks before each event.  Over the last years, we have sung the Stainer ‘Crucifixion’, the ‘Cantique de Jean Racine’  and the Fauré and Rutter ‘Requiems’ on Good Friday.  We also sing more secular works: in the 2009 Etchingham Festival, we sang settings of English songs to accompany readings of the poetry of A E Housman and on Saturday Nov 7 2009 will be presenting ‘Greater Love hath No Man’ in the Parish Church in aid of the Poppy Day Appeal.  Additional voices are always welcome – no audition required!

  • Wakefield Cathedral Choir, W Yorkshire The Cathedral Choir consists of boys, girls and lay clerks. Most of the boys are educated at Queen Elizabeth Grammar School and receive choral scholarships. They are aged from 8 to 13. Girl choristers were introduced in 1992, shortly after their introduction at Salisbury Cathedral. Aged from 8 to 18 they are recruited from various schools. The lay clerks in some cases travel vast distances in their devotion to the musical worship and liturgy for which the Cathedral is famed.

  • Wakefield Community Gospel Choir, W Yorkshire Established in 1996 the choir now numbers 20 singers and at times a five-piece band. We are invited by churches and organisations to lead joyful, exciting and vibrant celebrations, and encourage others to invite us too.

  • Wakefield Festival Chorus, W Yorkshire A relatively small choir (approx 50 members) but our repertoire is wide ranging, e.g. from performing large scale sacred works in large churches/cathedrals down to concerts in local venues in conjunction with school choirs and brass bands. We always welcome new singers. The ability to sight-read is useful but not essential. No audition is required.

  • Wakefield Rock Choir, W. Yorkshire

  • WAKS Lyrical, Cheshire Wednesday Afternoon Knutsford Singers, a smaller SAB choir that meets on Wednesday afternoons at ST Vincent's Church, George Street, Knutsford 2.00 - 3.30pm followed by the usual brew.

  • Walbrook Singers, Ickenham, Middlesex 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

  • 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.

  • Walsall Choral Society, West Midlands Walsall Choral Society is an active and friendly choral society of about 75 members which was founded in 1944.

  • Waltham Abbey Choir, Essex An adult mixed choir performing a wide variety of secular and sacred choral music. They have a busy concert schedule on top of regular services, plus occasional radio & TV broadcasts and CD recordings.

  • Waltham Forest Community Choir, London The choir began, in Walthamstow, in February 2010. Since then we have taken part in a number of concerts throughout Waltham Forest. We are a self funded group with a committee elected by members. Our choir has four sections: soprano, alto, tenor and bass. We are open to anyone living in the Borough of Waltham Forest.

  • Waltham Singers, Great Waltham, near Chelmsford, Essex We are one of the foremost mixed, adult choirs in Essex, rehearsing in Chelmsford town centre with 90+ members. We  rehearse on Thursday nights at St. Cedd's School, New London Road, Chelmsford and we welcome new singers in all parts. We do not hold auditions but we set ourselves high standards and relish the challenge of performing a wide range of choral music.

  • Walton Voices, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey 40-strong mixed-voice with a wide range of choral music, running 3 concerts per year.

  • Wantage Choral Society, Oxfordshire A mixed choir of about 60 singers, drawn from Wantage and surrounding areas, performing three concerts a year.

  • Wantage Male Voice Choir, Oxfordshire 36-strong, raising funds for charity through its concerts

  • Ware Choral Society, Hertfordshire 100-plus strong, performing major choral works with professional orchestra and soloists both locally and at the Barbican and Albert Hall. They're a friendly society with an active social calendar.

  • Wareham Choral Society, Dorset is a choir of some 50 voices singing 2 or 3 concerts a year;  and affiliated to the Dorset Guild of Singers for larger scale works every 2 years. New members are always welcome for the enjoyment and pleasure of singing in all parts ( Soprano, Contralto, Tenor & Bass ).

  • Warriner Choral Society, Bloxham, Oxfordshire Warriner Choral Society was formed in September 1972, at the Warriner School, Bloxham, drawing together pupils from the school, teachers and parents to sing the great choral works.  David Spencer was its first Musical Director and held the post for six years.  The choir’s first concert was Vaughan Williams’ Fantasia on Christmas Carols. Links with the school still exist with rehearsals held in the school’s lecture theatre on Tuesday evenings.  The society also plays an active part in the life of Bloxham village, most of its concerts being performed in Bloxham church.  It has acquired a good reputation and attracts singers from Bloxham and neighbouring villages.

  • Warrington Choral Society, Cheshire Warrington Choral Society is an exciting new choir in Warrington. WCS is a non auditioned choir, and anyone is welcome to join. Rehearsals will start on Tuesday 10 September at St. Mary's Church on Buttermarket Street, in preparation for a performance of Handel's Messiah on 7 December.

  • Warrington Male Voice Choir, Cheshire Following the Warrington IRA bomb in 1993, the choir has been deeply involved in promoting peace and reconciliation in Ireland, in addition to its more expected activities. Its Patron is Terry Waite.

  • Warwick and Kenilworth Choral Society 100 strong, varied repertoire, 4 concerts a year, often in the wonderful St Mary's Church, Warwick. 50th anniversary in 2003, celebrated with Verdi Requiem.

  • Warwick Revelation Rock Gospel Choir

  • Warwickshire Singers We are a chamber choir of mixed voices, established in 1969, and performing several concerts each year in various locations around Warwickshire.

  • Washaway West Gallery Choir, Cornwall A non-costumed choir, mainly West Gallery, meeting in Washaway, Cornwall. Membership is by invitation. Performing services and concerts.

  • Watership Cantabile, Newbury, Berkshire The choir sings a wide and varied range of sacred and secular music from the Renaissance to the present day, both accompanied and unaccompanied.  Many musical styles are included as well as a number of different languages.

  • Watford Philharmonic Society, Hertfordshire 150 singers and 40 instrumentalists guided by a professional conductor and leader -- one of the few societies still to combine the two sections.

  • Watford Rock Choir, Herts Nationwide phenomenon Rock Choir rehearses across Hertfordshire in St Albans, Hertford & Watford. Members learn a range of feel-good pop, gospel and Motown songs in harmony arrangement. There is no audition and no requirement to read music. All are welcome – try us out for free!

  • Watton Singers, Hertfordshire: e-mail only: contact David Boarder. An occasional 'pick-up' choir giving local concerts and going to France for a weekend of food, drink & a concert or two usually twice a year. Repertoire ranges from Pretorius to Pärt.

  • Waveney Choir, Diss, Norfolk. As the principal choir in the market town of DISS we number about 50 enthusiastic singers (SATB) of all ages and experience. We rehearse in the United Reformed Church between September and June with performances in the main at Christmas and Easter in local venues, raising funds for local causes. The Waveney has been established for over 30 years and concentrates on sacred music from a wide repertoire - anything from Faure to Stainer, Roger Jones to Poulenc. If you'd like to join us we have two 'taster' sessions in early September but contact us if you'd like more information or to come along at any other time.

  • Waverley Singers, Surrey We are an enterprising choir of over a hundred people, based in Farnham, Surrey, England. We perform concerts locally, and occasionally undertake foreign tours.

  • Waves of Harmony, Weston Super Mare, Somerset We are a ladies-only chorus of approx 35 members and were established in February 2011. We meet every Tuesday at 7.15pm, and regularly have singouts and concerts in Weston-super-Mare and the surrounding area.

  • Waynflete Singers, Winchester They won the Gramophone Choral Award 1994 for their recording of Delius' Seadrift, and a Grammy in 1997 with   Walton's Belshazzar's Feast.

  • WDS Kids, Horsham

  • Weald Choir of Crawley, W Sussex Aims to present top-quality concerts with a mixture of familiar music of the masters and interesting & challenging works from 20th-century composers.

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

  • Welcome Choir, Bath The Welcome Choir is Grenville Jones’ Wednesday evening non-audition choir which meets from 7.45pm to 9.30pm at Culverhay School, Rush Hill, Bath. There are already over 70 members! Come along and meet us one Wednesday. Culverhay is ideal for people travelling from the Bristol / Keynsham as well as the Norton / Radstock area and members come from all over. Rehearsals are in the main upper school hall where there is ample free parking in the school car park. Come along on your own or with a friend and discover the fun of singing in a choir.

  • 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.

  • Wellingborough Orpheus Choir, Northamptonshire A mixed choir of 50 voices, having strong links and exchange visits with the Chorale André Léculeur in Wellingborough's twin town of Niort, France.

  • Wellington Choral Society, Somerset  Wellington Choral Society is the local choral society for the town of Wellington, Somerset and its surrounding area. We are a very friendly society, comprising about 90 members at present with a wide age range. We stage two main concerts per year in late March and late November. The concerts take place in Saint John’s Parish Church in Wellington. The social side of the choir is important to us. We have get-togethers after each performance, with a buffet supper and practising for the next piece, and hold a summer barbecue every two years, which is always very well attended and popular with our members.

  • Wells Cathedral Oratorio Society, Somerset A choir of over a 100 members, we sing in Wells Cathedral under the baton of Cathedral Organist and Master of Choristers, Matthew Owens. Our season is made up of two main terms, each culminating in a major concert in December or March. We also perform occasional charity concerts during the summer.

  • Wells Cathedral Voluntary Choir WCVC regularly deputizes for the Cathedral Choir, and sings for weddings, funerals and special services in the Cathedral and elsewhere. Special emphasis, and delight, is taken in the singing of psalms.

  • Wellspring Community Gospel Choir, Dereham, Norfolk We meet at the wellspring family centre, Dereham, Norfolk on Sunday evenings from 6-7:30pm. Its open to people of all ages, experience and ability, with no audions and a focus on having fun. Wer sing a mixture of gospel, rock, jazz, soul and popular music.

  • Welsh Camerata, Cardiff, Wales  Formed in January 2004 this 20 strong choir specialises in early and Baroque music, under the musical direction of Andrew Wilson-Dickson, Head of Early Music Studies at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. The choir meets fortnightly in Canton Uniting Church, Pontcanna, Cardiff.

  • Welwyn Garden City Male Voice Choir, Hertfordshire Established in 1935, the 35-strong choir gives most of its dozen or so annual concerts for charities or good causes. Rehearsals are held on Thursday evenings in Welwyn Garden City AL7 3PN and new recruits are always welcome; the ability to read music is not essential.

  • Welwyn Garden City Music Society, Hertfordshire One of the few music societies to support both a choir (of about 70 voices) and an orchestra (of about 25 players) 

  • Welwyn Gardin City Rock Choir, Hertfordshire Nationwide phenomenon Rock Choir rehearses across Hertfordshire in St Albans, Hertford & Watford. Members learn a range of feel-good pop, gospel and Motown songs in harmony arrangement. There is no audition and no requirement to read music. All are welcome – try us out for free!

  • Welwyn Harmony Ladies Barbershop Chorus, Welwyn Garden City A group of enthusiastic singers who strive for personal excellence and a professional and polished performance. They have a chorus of about 33 members who come from a wide range of backgrounds and day time occupations and from a wide geographical area including Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Essex or Buckinghamshire.    

  • Wenhaston Girls Choir, Halesworth, Suffolk We are a young professional choir and have just won three classes at the Suffolk Festival 2006 (two distinctions and a merit). Number of singers 25 girls aged 12 - 18. We sing choral sacred music, and musicals and swing. We perform to order, for weddings. parties and large social events including Southwold Clock Festival, Blythburgh Church Christmas Concert. We have also travelled further afield to Germany, and France - performing at Disneyland in 2005! and again proposed in 2007. We also sing contemporary music, and new music by composer Jana Rowland, including three commissioned songs for Amnesty International and a version of A.A.Milne songs from Winnie the Pooh!

  • Wessex Chamber Choir, Hampshire The choir is acknowledged as one of the finest choral ensembles in the Hampshire/Berskire/Surrey region, which at full strength, numbers around thirty members. The music performed comprises a religious repertoire with madrigals, folk music and arrangements of current popular music.

  • Wessex Harmony, Poole, Dorset A Ladies Barbershop/Acapella Group formed in 1981. The group, although based in Poole, have members who travel in from all parts of Dorset and Hampshire. The repertoire is ever changing and songs such as “Memory”, “Carpenters Medley” and “Beach Boys Medley” prove ever-popular with audiences young or old. The group are all members of the Ladies Association of British Barbershop Singers (LABBS) and compete regularly at their Conventions. In October 2004, the chorus were awarded the ‘Peter Caller’ trophy as the acclaimed winners of Division 2 of the chorus competition.

  • Wessex Male Choir, Swindon, Wiltshire Wessex Male Choir, based in Swindon, Wilts was formed some 13 years ago and has a membership of nearly 60 male choristers. Under their new Musical Director Katrine Reimers they intend being one of the best Male UK choirs. Katrine Reimers has worked with Convent Garden and the Royal Opera House as well as numerous community choirs. Wessex Male Choir beat all contenders in the Llangollen Eistedfodd in 2011 with a large margine and won the Cheltenham Gold Cup in 2013 as well as major achievements at the Mid Somerset choir competition 2013. They invite interested male singers to visit their website at for further information.

  • Wessex Singers, Wimborne, Dorset Wessex Singers is a chamber choir of around 40 people, founded by Christopher Dowie in 1979.  Based in Wimborne, Dorset, we perform three concerts a year, usually in Wimborne or the nearby village of Holt.  We welcome new members, entry is by audition, please visit our website for more details.

  • West Barnes Singers, Merton, SW London A flourishing choral society with wide and varied programmes, from the African Sanctus to Sondheim

  • West End Kids, London is a “vocal harmony” group made up of outstanding “singers” aged 10 – 21yrs from London and neighbouring counties. WEK: Ovation are primarily a recording and contest group – singing various vocal numbers from Musical Theatre productions, vocal jazz, pop and RnB. In addition to performing at outside external events, WEK: Ovation also feature alongside other West End Kids Companies at Review performances and enjoy an active in-house recording schedule with recordings released commercially via various online digital outlets (itunes, emusic, rhapsody et).

  • West Devon Chorale A 35 voice Chamber Choir made up of the most experienced choristers in the region. The repertoire of the choir is wide ranging, but principally religious music from the sixteenth century to the present day.

  • West End Gospel Choir The West End Gospel Choiris made up of 24 singers who have appeared or are currently appearing in a variety of West End productions.

  • West End Musical Choir, Fulham, London. We're the UK's new amateur adult choir based in Parsons Green, Fulham SW6, launching this Autumn. Join us this August for our FREE Summer Taster Session, at Dance Attic Studios, before you decide to join West End Musical Choir! No audition, no need to read sheet music and no pressure to perform. This is a one-off Summer 'rehearsal' to give you the chance to explore what the choir will be like, learn some of the songs from the classic & hit musicals we all love and to meet lovely people who all enjoy musical theatre!  This is the ultimate feel-good experience learning how to sing the songs from the musicals we all love. Within a fun, social and safe environment you have the freedom to explore your voice and build your musical repertoire. No audition, no need to read sheet music and no pressure to perform... just bring your passion for musical theatre!

  • West End Singers, Southampton Our Mission is to entertain to the best of our ability, singing mainly modern songs in three/four part harmony style.

  • West Gallery Quire, Crediton, Devon Set up in September 1991 in Crediton, Devon, and meets for rehearsals, generally fortnightly, through the year.  It performs in costume at the least excuse, usually for good causes, and is equally happy with concerts or services. Membership is around 22 - four or five instrumentalists, six sopranos, six altos, two tenors and two basses, plus whoever is home from university.

  • West Harrow Choir, London Formed in 2011 we are a fun, friendly community choir singing a wide variety of easy arrangements of pop, folk, jazz, musical theatre and classical music.  We meet on Monday evenings (8.30-10.00) in term time in St Peter's Church, West Harrow, and perform regularly in the local area. All welcome, no auditions, and no need to be able to read music. 

  • West London Choir Led by the dynamic musical director and composer MJ Paranzino, the West London Choir is a non-auditioning, all-embracing choir where everyone is welcome - from the experienced singer to having no experience at all, and everything in between. We sing all styles of music from Mozart to Abba, Gospel to Musicals, Swing, Jazz, Rock and new contemporary choral works.

  • West Midlands Barbershop Harmony Club, Birmingham, West Midlands

  • West Oxfordshire Academy of Performing Arts (WOAPA) Singing Group With no entry auditions or previous experience required, whether your child dreams of a career in the performing arts, musical theatre, or simply wants to make new friends, WOAPA will boost their confidence … and they'll have loads of fun!

  • West Somerset Singers, Taunton More than 50 members, usually presenting 2 concerts annually in April and December

  • West Sussex Philharmonic Choir, Horsham  100-strong, performing 3 concerts a year, mostly in Horsham Capitol and St Mary's and St John The Evangelist Churches. They have a large and varied repertoire mainly devoted to sacred works performed in a variety of languages.

  • Western Approach, Saltash, Cornwall An established men's close harmony acapella choir. We sing Barbershop and other favourites, old and new. Our members come from across South Devon and Cornwall and we welcome newcomers, whatever their talents and skills. We rehearse on Tuesdays in Saltash.

  • Westminster Abbey Choir Now with RealAudio clips of the choir & organ

  • Westminster Boys’ Choir, London This is the choir of Westminster Under School, the preparatory dept. of  Westminster School, founded in 1560 by Elizabeth I. Under the direction of Jeremy Walker, the choir performs regularly in London and has toured throughout Europe, Canada, South Africa and Brazil.  The school also provides choristers for St Margaret’s Church, Westminster Abbey. Music scholarships are available at 11+. 

  • Westminster Cathedral Choir It was the intention of the founder of Westminster Cathedral, Cardinal Vaughan, for the liturgies to be furnished with the finest music available. Fortunately, his vision was shared by the first Master of Music, Sir Richard Terry, whose genius established Westminster Cathedral at the heart of the English choral tradition. Today, the Choir of Westminster Cathedral is recognised as one of the finest in the world, with its principal focus the daily celebration of the Divine Office and Solemn Mass.

  • Weston-super-Mare Choral Society, Somerset A mixed voice SATB community choir dedicated to furthering the study and performance of the choral music tradition. Open to all ages from 16 upwards, all abilities and no auditions.

  • Westside Singers, Sheffield We are a choir for inexperienced singers who would like to enjoy singing with increasing confidence, knowledge and skill. We are based in Sheffield, UK. Very important to us is the wide range of repertoire we sing. Music of many types, genres and styles: musicals, folk, pop, rock, classical and world music, to name just a sample. We believe variety is the spice of life and makes for an enjoyable and rewarding programme for singers and our all important audience. There is also a range of demand from challenging four part choral music to songs we sing in unison or with simple harmonies we can relax and enjoy without too much blood, sweat and tears. The ability to read music is not essential. 

  • Wetherby Choral Society, Yorkshire The Society is constituted as a registered charity which serves to educate and bring enjoyment in the art and science of music through practice and presentation. We have around 95 members, of whom about 75 are regular singers. The atmosphere is entirely friendly and informal. Our objective is simple - to enjoy singing!

  • Wetley Rocks Male Voice Choir, Staffordshire Formed in 1975 in the Staffordshire Moorland village of Wetley Rocks, and still including several founder members. A small choir of some 28 voices, the choir has performed all over the area, and as far away as the Isle of Arran and Germany, singing a varied repertoire of traditional favourites and newer material.

  • Wey Voices, Weybridge, Surrey We are a fairly small group of mixed voices, about 16 in total, and are always ready to accept new members. We sing a mix of light, show-tunes, jazz, arrangements of popular songs to classical pieces and sing for charitable societies as well as our own  concerts twice a year.

  • Weybridge Choir, Weybridge, Surrey Our mission is to bring people together from all walks of life who all share the same passion - singing! Whether it's spirituals, folk songs, modern pop, contemporary or any other form of musical expression, our voices will blend in unison and harmony to produce sounds that will not only ignite our own souls, but delight and inspire those that hear us! We aim to introduce adults of all ages to the skills, techniques and enjoyment of choral singing. Being a member of the Weybridge Choir is a work of love and costs nothing except time and dedication. It doesn't require anyone to have a trained voice, or singing certificates and diplomas - even if you have never sung before, but have a burning desire to sing - you're welcome!

  • Weybridge Male Voice Choir, Surrey Formed in 1921 with currently over 70 members, Weybridge MVC is one of the largest and best known male voice choirs in southern England. We travel extensively to perform at home and internationally New singers always welcome - no previous experience necessary.

  • Weybridge Rock Choir, Surrey. Choir for young adults and adults ages 10 upwards singing Rock, Pop, Motown and Gospel

  • Weymouth Choral Society, Dorset We sing a predominantly classical repertoire ranging from Bach to Rutter, but also take part in various civic events in Weymouth which require a rather different style.

  • Whaley Warblers, Derbyshire Our new choir is set to launch on Tuesday 8th September in Whaley Bridge at Holy Trinity Church, Buxton Road, Whaley Bridge at 2pm. 

  • Wheathampstead Community Choir, Hertfordshire This all-female daytime choir offers mums of young children the chance to sing before school pick-up, as well as anyone not in daytime occupations. We are integral in the community and sing for local groups, care homes and church/ village events.

  • Whitchurch Community Choir, Shropshire Formed  in the autumn of 2010 the choir meets for rehearsals every Monday evening during school term between 7.00pm and 8.30pm in The Bargates Hall, Whitchurch, Shropshire. (The hall is behind St Alkmund’s Parish Church) The choir is self funded through subscriptions. Prospective new members are welcome to a free, no obligation, no audition taster session.

  • 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.

  • Whitehall Choir, London 80-strong, performing in major Central London venues, with an ambitious and varied repertoire from Renaissance to contemporary, including first performances.

  • Whitehaven Male Voice Choir, Whitehaven, Cumbria  A male voice choir formed in 1977 of around thirty-eight voices based in Whitehaven a coastal town on the west coast of Cumbria, nestling between the Irish sea and the Lake District mountains. The choir performs a varied repertoire from traditional male voice pieces, opera, sacred music through to pop hits such as 'You Raise Me Up' (Westlife) and 'American Trilogy' (Elvis). The choir perform around twenty concerts a year raising many thousands of pounds for charity.

  •  Whitland Male Voice Choir, Carmarthenshire, Wales (Cor Meibion Hendy-Gwyn). The Choir concentrates on charity concerts in the local area and sings in Welsh and English. Presently 38 members but any new members are welcome to join. Meets every week except August in the Memorial Hall, Whitland.

  • Whitstable Choral Society, Kent 120-strong SATB founded in 1868, and now performing a wide variety of music in 4 concerts a year

  • Whitton Choral Society, London A mixed four-part choir based in Whitton, near Twickenham, West London. With 3 concerts a year normally comprising a Christmas Carol Concert, an Good Friday Church Service concert and a more informal summer evening event.

  • Wychwood Chorale, Oxforshire Formed in 2008 as a community choir, the Wychwood Chorale has become an accomplished group that performs multi-part arrangements of classical, spiritual and popular works sung both accompanied and a capella. You’re welcome to join us either if you’re a seasoned singer or if you’ve never sung before or cannot read a note of music – all that is required is your commitment to rehearse for a concert at the end of each term.

  • Wide Valley Singers, Witcombe, Gloucestershire We are a 2 part  ladies choir, about 20 in number, who perform mostly during the day to clubs and care homes. and  also perform 3 evening concerts during the year. we raise money for charity, particularly Sue Ryder. We would welcome new members of all ages.

  • Wigan Community Choir, Lancashire e-mail only: contact wigancommunitychoir@hotmail.com We meets at Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School, Springfield Road, Wigan on Wednesdays 7.00-9.00pm.  As a community choir there is no audition and members do not have to be able to read music although it does help.  The 30 strong mixed age and ability choir sings a wide range of music from jazz to classical, folk to choral etc both accompanied and acappella. The choir performs occasionally but performance is not our primary objective.

  • Wigan Girls Choir, Lancashire 53 young singers from the Wigan/Bolton area, plus a training choir for younger members. Older members form the chamber choir "Laudamus"

  • Wigan Parish Church Choir, Lancashire Wigan, Lancashire, was home to Sir Edward Bairstow for 6 years, and we maintain a reasonable choral tradition to this day with 10 adults plus a Director of Music and an Assistant Organist.

  • Wigan Pier Town Chorus, Swinley, Wigan We meet Wednesday evening at 8pm

  • Wight Harmony(Barbershop Chorus) Isle of Wight

  • Wight Satin (aka Garden Isle Ladies Barbershop Harmony Chorus), Isle of Wight In November 1987, a group of ladies with ages ranging from 14 years to 60 years and a great deal of enthusiasm met in a Church Hall in Sandown and Wight Satin was born. We entered our first competition in April 1990 at Aston in Birmingham and won through to the finals in Harrogate where we won the Novice Chorus Trophy. Since then we have competed at venues all over England from Exeter to Harrogate.

  • Wigston and District Male Voice Choir, Wigston, Leicestershire Founded in 1972 by its Musical Director,  Peter Ward, the Wigston choir has grown from an initial membership of 18 to its current strength of some 80 voices and has built a reputation for high class presentations and Celebrity Concerts, which have featured many top class artists from the world of music.

  • Wigton Choral Society, Cumbria Founded in 1950, with the twin aims of taking part in the Cumberland Rural Choirs Festival and entering  music competitions. Members come from a wide area around Wigton, including Carlisle, Dalston, Caldbeck, Thursby, Keswick and the Solway coast. The choirs currently numbers 60 mixed voices. Part of Cumbria Rural Choirs.

  • Wildfire Women's Choir, Edinburgh A community women's choir based in the centre of Edinburgh. Open to women of all ages and backgrounds who like or want to sing in a collective group. We sing political songs, songs of struggle and freedom as well as Scottish traditional material. Democratic decision making. Public performances have included: International Women's Day events, May Day celebrations, political and community gatherings.

  • William Byrd Singers, Manchester Founded in 1970, the William Byrd Singers are a chamber choir of 8, 6, 6, 8 voices.  They have performed widely around the UK, in Italy, Ireland, France, Belgium, Poland, Holland and Finland, and have broadcast and recorded four CDs. Their repertoire extends from the Renaissance to the present day, and includes valuable revivals and commissions. The Byrds and their companion young string ensemble Capriccio are directed by Stephen Wilkinson.

  • William East Quire, Ketton, Rutland. The quire specialises in music published by local singing masters -- William East, John Everet, Jonas Pratt, John Harrott, John Valentine -- during the 1750s to 1780s.   The complex fuguing tunes peculiar to Leicestershire, Rutland and Lincolnshire are enjoyable and exciting to rediscover.

  • Willow Singers (The), South 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.

  • Wimbledon Chamber Choir, London An enterprising amateur chamber choir (until recently named Music in Morden) exploring repertoire different from that of other societies locally

  • Wimbledon Choral Society, London 175 singers, performing in Fairfield Hall (Croydon), Guildford Cathedral and other major venues. Singers of BBC's World Cup theme Pavane

  • Wimbledon Community Chorus Singing rallies the spirits and is a tonic for body and soul - so let us sing together! Wimbledon Community Chorus is a not-for-profit community choir accessible to all members of the Wimbledon community regardless of ability. Running under the musical direction of Soo Bishop and accompanied by local musician Giles Kennedy we sing anything uplifting, from pop music to world music to choral music. Bring your friends, tell your neighbours!

  • Wimborne Choral Society, Wimborne, Dorset A mixed choir of 100+ singers, drawn from Wimborne and the surrounding areas, performing 3 concerts a year in Wimborne Minster (church)

  • Wincanton Choral Society, Somerset

  • Winchester Cathedral Choir, Hampshire The choirs of Winchester Cathedral are a fundamental part of the daily worship which has been offered to the glory of God in this historic place for over 1000 years. Our Choristers have a vital role in continuing the glorious heritage of English church music, a national treasure which is the envy of the world. They are also involved in a wide range of national and international concerts, recordings and broadcasts. Choristers benefit from possibly the finest musical education that a child can have. They receive choral training at an exceptionally high standard and individual singing lessons from a teacher recognised to be at the head of vocal work for boys and girls in the country.

  • Winchester Cathedral Chamber Choir, Hampshire Founded in 2009 by Richard McVeigh, The Winchester Cathedral Chamber Choir was formed to contribute to the musical life of Winchester Cathedral, which is already recognised as having one of the leading Cathedral Choirs in the country, and helps to further promote the cathedral's work and mission throughout the diocese. The choir aims to complement, rather than duplicate, the Cathedral Choir’s repertoire. This includes music for the liturgy as well as larger scale works for concerts.

  • Winchester City Festival Choir, Hampshire The WCFC is an adult choir of about 60 singers and is under the direction of Graham Kidd. In January or February of each year the WCFC presents a concert with professional soloists and orchestra. Each May, the WCFC joins with smaller choirs in the Winchester & County Music Festival to perform major choral works at either Romsey Abbey or Winchester Cathedral.

  • Winchester College Quiristers, Hampshire William of Wykeham, Bishop of Winchester founded Winchester College in 1382. His statutes make provision for sixteen Quiristers to sing at the Chapel services, and this precious inheritance is still maintained by the College today. The Quiristers regularly broadcast on BBC Radio, have made several CD recordings, and have in recent years toured the USA, Germany, the Czech Republic, Scotland and Canada. Each Quirister learns two musical instruments. Practice is timetabled and supervised. Many Quiristers win instrumental awards or academic scholarships to help with their secondary education.

  • Winchester Fusion Choir We have a diverse repertoire of songs from Spirituals to the Sound of Music, Motown to Meatloaf to classical choral pieces. We sing a wide variety of music and suggestions for new songs are always welcome. The main aim is to have fun singing together in harmony, learning great songs and enjoying the music.

  • Winchester Music Club, Hampshire 110+ members drawn from central Hampshire, performing in Winchester Cathedral and Winchester College. Joined by the College Glee Club and Quiristers for large-scale performances.

  • Windmill Singers of South 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.

  • Wingrave Singers, Wingrave, near Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire A friendly mixed voice choir of about 25 singers was founded in 1977. We have a wide repertoire of religious and secular music. The choir has a strong background of visiting cathedrals around the country and singing weekend services whilst the resident choirs are on holiday.  These visits are generally limited to two per year. They also perform one or two concerts per year and are available to sing at weddings.  This is a robed choir when singing in cathedrals, church services and weddings. Currently the choir has bookings for cathedral visits up to October 2010.  The choir rehearse weekly in term time on a Friday evening in Wingrave Parish Church from 7.45pm to 9.30pm.

  • Windsor & Eton Choral Society, Berkshire Founded in 1836 and has about 180 members. Performs regularly in Eton College and St George's Chapel Windsor Castle. It's conductor Tim Johnson is Precentor and Director of Music at Eton College.

  • Windsor Soundswell Choir, Berkshire We are a for fun 25 voice all female community choir. We started out in 2008 as a WEA (Workers Educational Association) Singing for Fun course with its first musical director Sarah Westcott. It was so popular that members decided to form a choir the following year, meeting in All Saints Church hall in Windsor. Originally called Windsor Viva Voices, the choir changed its name to Windsor Soundswell in September 2010, when we also moved to Trinity St Stephen School hall, in Vansittart Road, in Windsor, where it has been ever since. We are always looking for new members.

  • Winkleigh Singers, Devon A chamber choir of 16+ voices based in rural Devon, with a very varied repertoire. They sing 2+ concerts per year, some in aid of charity.

  • Winscombe Community Choir, Winscombe, North Somerset. As a community choir, we are open to everyone. No experience is necessary, there is no need to be able to read music and there are no auditions! All you need is a love of singing and music, and a good sense of fun.

  • Wired for Sound Community Singers, Warrington, Cheshire We meet each Tuesday evening at 7.15pm - 9.15pm in the Pyramid,  Palmyra Square South, Warrington WA1 1BL. We enjoy singing under the leadership of Marc Jenyon, an enthusiastic and inspirational director.  Choir membership is approx 35. Charges are £25 for six weeks, £18 for concessions.

  • Wirksworth Community Choir, Wirksworth, Derbyshire The choir has been in existence since the 1980's, when it began as an evening class. We are a weekly gathering of enthusiastic singers from the local area.  Our conductor, Lynn Dean, is an experienced solo and choral singer - a founder member of the internationally-renowned Cantamus choir - and a singing teacher.  The repertoire of the choir is wide-ranging and varied, and all singers are welcomed.

  • Wirral Community Choir, Merseyside Started in 2006. It is a large mixed community choir, performing 6-8 concerts a year in the Wirral peninsula, Liverpool and Merseyside generally. Its musical director is Graham Connolly. Its repertoire is an eclectic mix of show songs, some opera choruses, some pop, and some classical choruses.

  • Witchert Chorale, Haddenham, Bucks A Haddenham-based mixed voice choir, formed in 2004 which has two main aims - to sing and to have fun!

  • Witham's BIG Sing, Essex A choir for the community singing pop, soul and gospel

  • Witham Choral Society, Witham, Essex  Established for over 40 years Witham Choral Society is one of the largest choirs in East Anglia. The Society performs three major choral/orchestral concerts annually with a repertoire running from the classics to 21st century music. The warmth and passion for singing of the members has developed and maintained an integrity that has kept Witham Choral Society in the fore of choral tradition in the area.

  • Witt Studio Chorus, Reading, Berks. We are one of the South’s most exciting and innovative choruses. We uniquely bring together a company of all abilities; ranging from those who are new to singing  and can't read music to those who are full-time professional opera singers. In addition to choral classics, we also give high-octane staged performances of dramatic scenes from  operas and musicals, in a professional show at the end of each season. We sing on Wednesdays from 7:30pm – 9:50pm at Wesley Church, Queens Road Reading. We do not hold auditions, for those who do not read music, we provide specially-tailored practise CDs with a clear recording of exactly what you need to sing in your voice section.

  • Woking Choral Society, Surrey A friendly choir of about 120 singing members, founded in 1897.  We have a wide-ranging repertoire, ranging from the 17th century to the present, from large scale classics to little-known works, deserving of performance.  We perform in Woking or at Guildford Cathedral, sometimes in combination with other choirs.  We have a list of choral music available for hire.  New members are always very welcome

  • Wokingham Choral Academy A very friendly, but hard-working, 100 member non-auditioned training choir for new singers or those wishing to improve their skills. Vocal technique, music theory and the joy of singing are taught through a variety of musical styles. We sing on Thursdays 7.30 – 9.00 and hold two informal concerts each year.

  • Wokingham Choral Society, Berkshire A large, friendly and dedicated amateur choir of around 130 mixed voices, performing a wide range of choral works. They attract the services of professional orchestral players and soloists to accompany them when they perform several concerts each year at a variety of venues across Berkshire. Their current Musical Director, Aidan Oliver, has inspired the choir with works ranging from the awe-inspiring Berlioz Requiem in Guildford Cathedral to George Shearing Music to Hear and Bernstein Chichester Psalms. Several recent Musical Directors - Edward Gardner, Stephen Layton, Paul Daniel and Graeme Jenkins have gone on to develop international reputations.

  • Wolds Apart West Gallery Quire, Hull, Lincolnshire drawn from The Yorkshire and Lincolnshire Wolds area.  It  comprises of 30 singers and musicians who meet on the 2nd Sunday of the month to rehearse and to do West Gallery Evensongs.

  • Wollaton Singers, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire is a friendly and informal ladies’ choir with a current membership of 35; singing a wide repertoire of songs from the shows, folk songs, ballads, rounds and classical music. We rehearse on Tuesdays (term time only) from 7.30 p.m. to 9.30 p.m. at Wollaton Road Methodist Church, Wollaton Road, Beeston, Nottingham. We celebrated our 50th anniversary in 2009 and hope to continue for another 50 years.

  • Wolverhampton Chamber Choir We are a chamber choir of mixed voices, specialising in sacred repertoire and performing three main concerts a year under the direction of Geoffrey Weaver. Rehearsals take place on Sundays at 8 pm at St Michael's Church, Tettenhall. Annual membership is £70 (£25 termly), but free to under-18s or students in full time education. Entry is by audition, and applications from all voices (tenors especially) are welcome.

  • Wolverhampton Got 2 Sing Contemporary Choir

  • Wolverhampton Orpheus Male Voice Choir The Wolverhampton Orpheus Male Voice Choir was founded in 1943 by Frank Weaver and a number of experience singers, the choir sings on average 25 concerts a year with approx 39 members we are now in our 65 year.

  • Women Sing East, London E1 e-mail only: contact info@spitalfieldsmusic.org.uk Women sing East is Spitalfields Festival’s choir for women. It offers women the opportunity to enhance their singing and performing skills, learn new songs and meet other people who love to sing. New members are always welcome and no previous experience is required. Led by inspirational jazz singer and workshop leader Laka D, the sessions are fun, informal and relaxed.

  • Wombourne & District Choral Society, Staffordshire  Welcome to all who enjoy high quality choral music, whether as a participant or a listener.  We are a well-established, mixed choir of some 100 singers, drawn from South Staffordshire, Shropshire and the West Midlands. We have a varied reportoire, mainly full scale classical works, often with an orchestra but sometimes performing more intimate pieces such as madrigals and part-songs.

  • Wonderyears Seniors Rock Chorus, Virginia Water, Surrey The UK's oldest seniors rock chorus and band. With an average age of over 70 and the oldest at over 90, The Wonderyears soon dispel any pre-exisiting images of pensioners as they belt out classic rock, punk and contemporary pop music. The 24 enthusiastic singers (with a current waiting list) and the 4 piece rock band

  • Wooburn Singers, Buckinghamshire  Founded in 1967 by the conductor, Richard Hickox, who remains their President. Since then, they have performed a wide range of music, including much a cappella repertoire, both in their South Bucks base and in the capital’s concert venues. With visits to Venice, Paris, Prague and Geneva in recent years, foreign tours are now a significant feature of the choir’s calendar.

  • Wood Green Gospel Choir, London One of the foremost and longstanding choirs in British Gospel. Formed as a local church choir they initially performed in local churches around London. As they reputation grew they travelled the country. This in turn let to appearances and the release of 2 CD albums.

  • Woodstock Music Society, Oxfordshire

  • Woodbridge Choral Society, Woodbridge, Suffolk Founded in 1883 with about 50 singers, we now have 100 singers.  We perform two concerts each year in and around Woodbridge - but we have also filled Snape Maltings for a performance of the Verdi Requiem. We'd be happy to see new members - please see the website for details.

  • Woolwich Singers, London A community choir founded in May 2012. The aim of the choir is to sing together, meet ne people and have fun! No one has to sing by themselves and there is no audition to joins. We sing a mixture of traditional and pop songs - some for everyone and everyone is welcome.

  • Worcester Cathedral Chamber Choir Regular services of Choral Evensong at the Cathedral, and at least 3 concerts each year

  • Worcester Cathedral Choir The first British choir to tour South Africa after the end of apartheid. They've recently visited or will soon visit France, Ireland, the USA and Italy.

  • Worcester Cathedral Voluntary Choir Worcester is just about unique among English Cathedrals in having a voluntary choir of the same make-up as the cathedral choir that of boys and men. The Worcester Cathedral Voluntary Choir was founded in October 1874 principally to sing at the then new Sunday Nave Service at 6.30pm and to deputise for the Cathedral Choir during school holidays. Many of the original aims, intentions and duties remain the same today.

  • Worcester College Choir, Oxford, Oxfordshire Worcester is unique amongst Oxford colleges in maintaining two choirs, one one of boys and men and one of mixed voices (the boys are drawn from Christ Church Cathedral School). Between them they sing four regular chapel services a week, as well as undertaking frequent concert engagements, recordings and tours.

  • Worcester Festival Choral Society Founded in 1861 and had close links with Elgar. Now with a singing membership of 200, it gives 3 concerts a year in Worcester Cathedral

  • Worcester Got 2 Sing Contemporary Choir

  • Worcester Male Voice Choir Members previously associated with the Worcester Police Choir founded the choir in 1987, and its reputation and membership has grown steadily ever since.  We have a  current membership of over 50 choristers, drawn from a wide range of professions and age groups in and around the county.  We all share an enthusiasm for singing in harmony and, at the same time, raise money for local charitable organisations.

  • WorldRoots Acappella, SoundWorks, Beauley Road, Southville, Bristol BS3 1NW WorldRoots Voice is now in its ninth year as Bristol's foremost world music youth acappella ensemble and is directed by Hannah Klewin. A non-auditioned choir for performers aged between 12 and 23 which has steadily risen in profile and professionalism to become inspirational examples and ambassadors of Bristol's creativity, capacity and achievement. Tuesdays 6.30-8.30pm

  • Wordsworth Singers, Cumbria The Wordsworth Singers now hold a pre-eminent place in Cumbria's cultural life, performing a wide variety of music to the highest standard. Formed ten years ago as a small choir specialising in a repertoire ranging from Bach to Britten, Monteverdi to MacMillan, we have won critical acclaim for our inspiring and pitch perfect performances of largely unaccompanied works.

  • WorldSong, Coventry, W Midlands  Mixed voice community choir singing unaccompanied songs from traditions across the globe. Specialising in Eastern Europe and Africa, but covering pretty much every musical genre. Everyone welcome, all songs taught by ear, no experience necessary. Fun and informal, but performed to a high standard.

  • Worrall Male Voice Choir, Sheffield, South Yorkshire Founded in 1970. Relatively 'young' choir but with a professional and enthusiastic approach to music

  • Worthing Choral Society W Sussex Formed in 1997 and now with 60-70 members giving on average 3 concerts a year, at least one with a professional orchestra. Wide repertoire from 16C onwards, with a particular reputation for 20C music

  • Woven Chords, Stamford, Lincolnshire A mixed choir who sing unaccompanied harmony songs from across the globe. The choir specialises in traditional songs from Eastern Europe, Africa, America and Britain. From gospel to work songs, from haunting chants to rousing celebrations, there is something here for everyone.

  • WOWSingers, Wilmslow, Cheshire A small ladies choir that meets on Wednesday mornings at Chapel Court, Hawthorn Street, Wilmslow, 10.30am - 12 noon but again with the obligatory brew at the end.

  • Wrekin & Telford Choral Society, Shropshire The Wrekin & Telford Choral Society is a mixed voice choir based in Telford, Shropshire.  We have been in existence for almost forty-five years, and the choir has changed in that time.  One thing remains the same, we love to sing and are always happy to welcome anyone who feel the same way.

  • Wrexham Community Choir  One Voice Singing for All begins on Tuesday January 10th and aims to bring people together through song and its membership will reflect the diversity of the local community by including songs from all around the world.  There is no upper limit to numbers and no experience is necessary – the more the merrier. There are no auditions and the choir is free and will meet every Tuesday evening from 7.30 pm to 9.30pm at the Wrexham Lager Club on Union Road in Wrexham  

  • Writtle Singers, Essex The choir performs a varied repertoire from plainchant, motets and madrigals to many styles of contemporary music. As well as smaller, unaccompanied pieces the Singers’ recent performances include J S Bach St John Passion, Magnificat and the Mass in B minor, Haydn Nelson Mass and Purcell Dido and Aeneas, all with orchestra. Themed concerts are also a feature of the choir’s programme, with Venice, London, ‘the countryside’ and Paris all coming under the spotlight.  In 2004 the choir took part in a collaborative performance of the Brahms Requiem with the Valentine Singers and undertook its first continental tour to Belgium. In 2005 Writtle Singers took on a second continental tour this time to Prague.

  • Wroughton Choral Society, Wiltshire The Wroughton Choral Society is a small choir based in Wroughton, Wiltshire. Our principle aims are to sing for our own enjoyment and to show this in the concerts that we give. We are very happy to welcome new members and we rehearse on Wednesday evenings at St Josephs RC Church, Wroughton.

  • Wulfruna Ladies Choir, Pennfields, Wolverhampton email only: contact: karenm_moore@sky.comThe choir meet weekly on Tuesday evenings at Bradmore Community Centre, Birches Barn Road,  WV37BN.  The songs performed are a lively mixture of old and new music with some 2 and 3 part singing.   Keen for new members to join the choir. If you are interested please email us 

  • Wycliffe Choral Society, Stonehouse, Gloucester We are a choir of 80-90, doing 2 main concerts a year of mostly sacred music, usually accompanied by professional soloists and orchestra. We welcome the experienced and novice singer alike, have no auditions and aim for a good standard without sacrificing enjoyment.

  • Wycombe Orpheus Male Voice Choir, High Wycombe, Bucks Renowned Male Voice Choir in process of regeneration to goal of 60 active choristers, with recently appointed MD Louise Langley and accompanist Michael McMillan. Long history of competitive successes, most recently at International Choir Festival in Jersey 2004. Choir has busy 2006 programme of charitable concerts, and returns to Royal Albert Hall in Oct 2006 as part of London Welsh Festival of Male Voices.

  • Wycombe Philharmonic Choir, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire A 70 strong mixed choir based in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire where it is particularly recognized for its performance of major oratorio works. Under its present Musical Director, David Cooke, it performs at least one oratorio with leading soloists every year. In recent years, the choir has also introduced a wider repertoire of part songs, motets and spirituals as well as operatic choruses and modern musical items which it performs at local concerts.

  • Wylde Green United Reformed Church Choirs, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands We have an adult mixed voice choir - the senior choir - and a junior choir. The choirs sing an introit and anthem at both morning and evening services and we rehearse weekly on a Friday. We are one of the few non conformist choirs to have sung in many cathedrals over the years.

  • Wyncantores Choir, Shaftesbury, Dorset A Chamber Choir singing madrigals, part songs and liturgical music often a capella from Renaissance period to the present day.

  • Wyndham Singers, Kentisbeare, Devon The Wyndham Singers is a male singing group of 20 to 30 voices - all of whom are from the village of Kentisbeare and the Culme Valley in Devon, UK. Membership is open to all men who enjoy a good sing. There are no auditions for membership.The Wyndham Singers were formed in the autumn of 2003 with the objective of raising funds for local charities through the enjoyment of singing Christmas carols and music in local pubs. Under the direction of Alan Boxer and Charles West the singers have proved so popular with their audiences and their membership it was decided to extend the repertoire and perform a number of charity concerts each year.

  • Wyns Tor Singers, Winster, Derbyshire A small, chamber choir based in , specialising in a capella renaissance and romantic choral music.

  • Wyre Forest Got 2 Sing Contemporary Choir

  • Wyre Forest Young Voices, Worcestershire Since its formation in 1997 as the young choir of Kidderminster Choral Society, Wyre forest Young Voices has earned itself an enviable reputation for excellence. Adjudicators in various competitions have written of the Choir's lovely blended tone quality and rhythmic vitality' and its 'polished presentation' and in 2002 the choir was named 'Choir of the day' in the Midlands, at the Sainsbury's 'Choir of the year' competition. Recent tours have taken the choir to Germany, the Netherlands, Poland and Cyprus, where our choir joined with other choirs and sang in very lovely places. A few months ago the choir undertook a very successful tour to Poland, with standing ovations in Zakopane and in a joint concert with the Krakow Boys Choir in the beautiful city of Krakow. Nearer to home the Choir has given recitals in Bath and Wells Cathedrals.

  • Wyvern Singers, Leicestershire Leicestershire's premier a cappella choir. Our concerts are very varied and great fun!  Being a choir member is both challenging and rewarding. Why not contact us to find out more?