4 D: South West Wales
4D have been singing together since May 2011. We are a large group of just over 80 singers meeting weekly. Led by Kate Davies and Carol Shephard, we sing unaccompanied arrangements of popular music songs – using our own arrangements…
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A Big Singing Circle: Greater London
Big Singing Circle is a singing gathering open to all, an invitation to live big, to share and nourish each other through sound. with circle songs, chants and harmony songs from all over the world. We will explore voice, resonance…
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A Fistful of Spookies
A hearty English rump of the Spooky Men’s Chorale still lurk on these shores. They can occasionally be tempted to sing for your pleasure or sing with your singers with enticements of strong ale, fine whiskies and pies of various…
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A Handful Of Harmonies: Lincolnshire
A Handful of Harmonies is a hobby with a difference! Established in 2011 the group aims to give women from 17 to 70+ the opportunity to share the joy of music with like-minded people in a fun and creative environment.
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Abercappella: South East Wales
Long running, weekly singing group, held on Tuesday evenings term time. Harmony singing, songs from around the world, many styles, all acappella, learning by rote. New members welcome.
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AcaBella: West Yorkshire
A growing “drop-in” singing group that meets weekly on Friday afternoons during term time.
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Acapella London: Greater London
12 years old, the newly named Bishopsgate Singers has moved to Aldgate on Monday evenings.
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Acapella London Tubthumpers: Greater London
The choir explores harmony acapella arrangements of an array of songs that might shelter under the umbrella of ‘folk’. Mostly 4 part acapella… sometimes an accordion player or guitarist passes by. We will be singing anything passionate, irreverent, earthy and…
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Acapellabella: Republic of Ireland
Acapellabella are a community of singers based in West Cork, dedicated to exploring harmony and rhythm through many different cultures and styles. Facilitated by their Musical Director Caz Jeffreys, their repertoire includes original, contemporary and popular pieces. New members are always…
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Afternoon Ladies: Hampshire
A fun afternoon of singing songs from around the world. No experience needed and no need to read music.
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Afternoon Sing-Song: Hampshire
This is a weekly choir, open to everyone, even those who think they can’t sing! No auditions. Just bring your voice and sense of fun!
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Akabella is a fun-filled choir based in West Wiltshire and run by Dave King and Lisa Otter-Barry, which has been running continuously since 1995.
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Al Madina Choir: West Midlands
Children’s community choir.
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A 3-voice ensemble singing traditional Georgian songs. All 3 are pupils of Nana Mzavanadze and Frank Kane and have visited and sung in Georgia. Available for performances and workshops. Leaders of fortnightly Georgian choir called Bukhari – Sunday evenings, Findhorn.
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All Aloud: Surrey
All Aloud is a friendly, informal group who meet on Tuesday evenings in Leatherhead. We sing a wide range of songs and learn our parts by ear – no need to read music. All welcome, so please come…
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Alle Choir: Greater London
A vocal ensemble based in London, singing arrangements of all music genres.
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Allunde are a smallish group of friendly singers and we like songs of all types…. which are taught mainly by ear. We like to perform for local charity events and we really enjoy our lovely harmonies every week!
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aMaSing: North West Wales
A choir for people living with or affected by multiple sclerosis. Established in 2013 by Pauline Down and Urtha Felda. Everyone welcome, singing for the sheer joy of it and the sense of community it creates, also occasional performances.
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Amberley Community Choir: Gloucestershire
25-strong mixed ability choir for men and women singing a wide variety of musical styles. Especially welcoming to nervous singers!
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