Prospective members can visit any of our rehearsal sessions to get an idea of the kind of music we love and to see and hear how we practice and improve our performances. To find out more or to arrange a visit please see the contact details at the end of this page.
What type of music do you sing?
All kinds! Traditional, contemporary and even the occasional song in another language. All are specifically arranged in four-part harmony (including some unique arrangements by our musical director, Ian Assersohn) and most are sung to a piano accompaniment. You can click the "music" link at the top of the page if you would like to hear some examples.
Is there an audition or test?
Our choir is non-auditioned and open to all. No musical training or experience is required.
Do I need to be able to read music?
No. Whilst it can help, many of our members have no musical training when they join. We provide practice tracks for all our songs online so you can hear exactly how your part is meant to sound.
Where and when do you rehearse?
Our rehearsals take place every Wednesday at 8pm at the Ewell United Reformed Church Hall, London Road, Ewell KT17 2BE. Some parking is available on-site and on nearby roads.
Is weekly attendance essential?
Members generally find that weekly attendance helps enormously in learning and reinforcing our repertoire of songs (as well as being enjoyable!) but it's not mandatory.
How much does membership cost?
You can continue attending rehearsals after the event at no cost or obligation until the end of the year. At the start of each year an annual membership fee is charged (£120 as at Jan 2021). A uniform is required for performances.
If you'd like to attend or for more information ...
Please contact our secretary, Tony Rowe, on 01737 360925 or 07711 539299 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We'd be delighted to see you.
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