Would you enjoy singing with a friendly group of like-minded
who enjoy making good music together?
Must I be able to read music? It's not essential,
an ability to read music is a definite plus.
Do you audition? If, after you've attended a couple
rehearsals, you decide to join the choir, you'll be invited to sing a
short piece of your choice for the musical director. This informal
voice test is just to check that you can sing acceptably well (in tune
and in time; virtuoso performances not required!), and to ensure that
you're assigned to the right part
in the choir.
When and where are rehearsals? We rehearse
Tuesday evenings, 19:50–22:00, during school term,
at the Free
Church, Chorleywood (Hillside Road, no more than a 5-minute
walk from Chorleywood station).
I may have to skip some rehearsals. That's okay, but
you have to miss more than a couple of rehearsals for a given concert
(or rehearsals immediately before a concert) the musical director
may ask you to stand down from the performance.
What does it cost? Like all amateur choirs, we have
to raise a subscription to cover the costs of our rehearsal and
performance venues, professional accompanists, etc. The current
rate is £50 per term (£150 p.a.), inclusive
of music scores.
Sign me up! Please email us
Become a Patron
If your interest lies mainly in listening rather than
then you might like to consider becoming a Patron. For an
annual fee of only £30, patrons are entitled to:
Complimentary tickets to any two of our concerts each year
Inclusion in the mailing list for our 'Chorus Lines'
Invitations to social and other events
Your name in concert programmes
For further information contact John Facer (01923-283250;
Mrs Patricia Parkes (President)
Mrs M. Bramall
Mrs H. Hall
Mr N.B. Kingon
Mrs W.M. Kingon
Dr R. MacLaurin
Mrs P. MacLaurin
Mrs J. Martin
Mrs H. Nest
Mr A. Osborne
Mrs F. Sanderson
Mr A.G. Sharp
Mrs J. Sharp
The following have been made Honorary Members in recognition of
their extended service to the Choir: