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'Small choir of around 24 members ... formed in 2002 ... We all live in the Scottish Borders and the choir is based in Kelso ... We have performed many works from the baroque and classical choral repertoire ... Our soloists are often drawn from within the choir itself but we have also invited many well-known soloists to sing with us. All of our concerts are accompanied by an orchestra composed of some of the many talented musicians who live in the Scottish Borders.'

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'Born in 2009 from a mutual desire of its founder members to share the gift of music and make it matter in a way that would benefit our local communities. As a chamber choir of around 30, we offer our members interesting opportunities to sing the more intimate works in the classical repertoire as well as the less familiar ones, and choral works especially commissioned by us when the opportunity arises ...'

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'Formed in 1985 as a chamber choir of about 30 members, currently up to 36. It is based in Kingsbridge, and its members come from around the South Hams ... The choir's repertoire covers a wide range of sacred and secular music - works that are performed unaccompanied or are accompanied by keyboard, organ or instrumental ensembles.'

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'Offers a wonderful opportunity for capable amateur singers to rise to the challenge of performing music from our glorious heritage of church music, the music of the great cathedral choirs of England and of Europe, alongside secular items like madrigals and part-songs ...This is a friendly and enthusiastic chamber choir, which sets itself high standards of choral singing, drawing singers with a real love of church music from all over Co. Durham and from churches of all denominations, Methodist, Roman Catholic, Anglican and others, but including individuals not currently associated with any particular religious organisation.'

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'A small a cappella chamber choir with a particular interest in early sacred music. One of the choir’s main aims is to sing sacred music of the Renaissance and Baroque periods in the context of the church services for which it was written. As a result, the choir has had the opportunity to sing in some of Northumberland’s most beautiful medieval churches ...'

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'We are a mixed choir of about 40 voices ... Our name comes from Queen Katherine of Aragon, who lived at Buckden Palace after her divorce from King Henry VIII in 1533 until her death in 1536. The choir was formed 450 years later, in September 1986 ... We have a varied repertoire and perform regularly at local venues, usually to help raise money for various charities. Groups from the choir also sometimes sing at weddings.'

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'We are a mixed voice choir based in Chester-le-Street, with loyal members travelling to join us from all over the North East: with some coming from as far afield as Yorkshire and Lancashire. Our repertoire has something to suit all tastes, including sacred choral music, folk songs, spirituals, jazz swing and pop arrangements, and seasonal Christmas music.'

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'Formed in 2011 ... Their repertoire is broad and interesting and challenges singers to reach their best potential ... Accompaniments are often performed on electrical keyboards giving a new dimension to sound and presentation.'  

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'An amateur choir that perform locally around Banchory, Aberdeenshire and the Dee valley.'

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'Concerts are held three times a year: at Christmas, Easter and in June. Singers are required to attend most rehearsals and to keep the concert dates free. We also perform at many smaller, less formal events. Music scores are available to hire or to buy ... You will find a friendly atmosphere at rehearsals and we hold social events through the year including a summer party and a quiz event. Once a month after rehearsal singers enjoy gathering at a local pub in East Sheen.'

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'We are a mixed adult choir of around 20 voices performing in the Newport, Shropshire area and beyond. We love to encourage others to enjoy taking part, explore repertoire and improve their singing! Members come from a wide geographical area and a range of backgrounds and age ranges. We are an experienced choir with several long serving singers, but also many newer singers too. We sing to create beautiful music and for our own enjoyment. Our repertoire is broad, from sacred classical works to popular music arrangements.'

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'An experienced chamber choir of some thirty voices, most of whom live in or near Belper. Our current repertoire includes both sacred and secular works, mostly sung unaccompanied or with organ, but occasionally with a small instrumental ensemble. The music is drawn from compositions from the 16th to 21st centuries ... The choir performs regularly throughout the year in venues around Derbyshire, including churches, community centres, pubs and historic buildings such as Haddon Hall ...'

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'A friendly and sociable choir with high performance standards. We have approximately 50 members and give at least two concerts each year which involve both amateur and professional soloists, with the object of raising money for local charities as well as providing an enjoyable musical experience for our audience and choir members alike.'

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'A subscription choir of approximately 40 members meet on a regular basis with the objective of performing 3 times in the year. During the choir's history performances have taken place throughout the East Riding of Yorkshire and also in the Cathedrals of Durham, Worcester and Wells ...'

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'Founded in 1961, Bolton Chamber Choir has established itself as one of the finest small choirs in the north-west of England. The choir has maintained a reputation for vigorous, stylish performances, attention to detail and imaginative programme planning. We perform 3 to 5 concerts a year covering a wide range of styles from Renaissance to contemporary music.'

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'Now in existence for over thirty years, Camden Chamber Choir, originally formed as an evening class ... preserves its original educational purpose aiming to perform, to a high standard of musicianship, a repertoire that ranges from ancient to modern, including both reviving forgotten masterpieces and working with living composers. A number of premieres have been given, including works by Antonin Tuçapsky, Miriam Mackie, and Ann Wolfe, and the first UK performance (in 2009) of the late Baroque composer Homilius’s important Johannes Passion.'

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'Mixed voice choir (SATB) with around 45 members ... We sing a variety of sacred and secular music, giving three public performances every year in the Havant area. Recent programmes have included music by Mozart, Haydn, Handel, Purcell, Lauridsen, Rutter, Jenkins and Chilcott. Soloists have been drawn from within the choir, from Chichester Cathedral Choir, and from local schools and colleges, furthering our aim to encourage young singers and musicians in their musical careers.'

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'Founded in 1982 by Michael Smith, the then organist of the Parish Church of St. Oswald, King & Martyr, Oswestry. Under its original name "Cantiones Sacrae" the choir comprised 15 voices and set its sights on performing some of the more challenging music in the chamber choir repertoire. Before long it swelled to well over 20 voices and concerts were given as far afield as Chester and Shrewsbury, as well as an appearance at the Llangollen International Festival. Cantiones dropped the "Sacrae" from its title in the mid-nineties when its repertoire widened to include more and more of the quality secular music available.'

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'A local friendly choir based in Lyminge, Kent of members with mixed singing ability. Founded in 1979, Cantores is an independently run choir with charitable status.  We have a long and varied history and over the years have built up a good reputation in the local areas, combining high standards with a warm and friendly social life.'

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'We are a four part mixed choir (SATB) of about forty voices ... Our main objective is to enjoy singing. Each year we give a number of concerts in the locality sometimes in support of charitable causes. We also give occasional shorter recitals such as singing on stage in the foyer of Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff and at local residential care homes at Christmas.'

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'One of the finest chamber choirs in North West England and the flagship choir for Chester. Best known for its critically acclaimed performances of baroque music, especially Bach and Handel and with a burgeoning reputation for championing the music of contemporary British composers, Chester Bach Singers  performs a broad spectrum of choral music from the fifteenth to twenty-first centuries.'

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'Originally formed to fulfill the need for a small chamber choir in the town ... We give concerts regularly in Billericay and in other parts of Essex, often for charity. We are always on the lookout for new members who have a wide interest in many different kinds of music. We just love to sing and give pleasure to others through our gifts...'

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'The choir has fluctuated in size between 30 and 50 members. At present strength we are a small chamber choir of just over 30 ... The Society performs publicly at least twice a year, rehearsing from early January through to the Spring Concert in April and from early September through the autumn for the Christmas Concert in early December.'

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'Formed in the autumn of 2007 ... Has some 20 members ... The Choir provides its members with the opportunity to continue to develop and share their musical talents through participation in a small SATB group. The Choir’s prime objective is to promote, improve, develop and maintain public education in appreciation of the art of music by the presentation of public concerts of great choral music.'

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'Founded in January 1998, initially as an offshoot of the Dulwich Choral Society. It was agreed from the outset that membership would not be restricted to Dulwich Choral Society members and new singers would be welcomed from the wider community ... The choir recognised early on that a concert programme was essential to give the group focus ... and usually gives at least four concerts a year.' NOTE Website unavailable at Review; cf Facebook Page.

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'In 1980 Morfydd Vaughan Evans brought a group of girls together to form a singing party to compete in the Urdd Eisteddfod in Abergele. Soon after its success, Morfydd decided to bring on the boys, and in 1981 Côr Aelwyd Rhuthun - later to become Côr Ieuenctid Rhuthun (Rhuthun Youth Choir) and then Côr Rhuthun a'r Cylch (Rhuthun and District Choir) - was born under Morfydd's leadership with Beryl Lloyd Roberts as the accompanist ...'

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'Perform seasonal concerts with a varied programme throughout the year. In addition we are frequently asked to sing at local events, weddings and celebrations ... We invite local young soloists and professionals to perform with us. Our repertoire ranges from 16th Century works to those of living composers and covers both major serious and popular works.'

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'Compact, versatile, mixed-voice adult choir, performing mainly in West Essex and East Hertfordshire ... The choir is a friendly group, enjoying an eclectic but accessible repertoire, ranging from the 16th century through to contemporary works. Most concerts are a cappella and often include forgotten or neglected classics by well-known composers, in addition to music by new and lesser-known composers.'

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'We are an amateur chamber choir of about 40 singers, founded in the 1970s in the tradition of other great chamber choirs around the UK. Our core aim is to put on concerts of largely unaccompanied music, in and around Durham City, from the great polyphonic works of the Renaissance through to exciting contemporary music, and to build an enthusiastic audience through imaginative programming and top-quality singing.'

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'Chamber choir of about 40 voices. We perform music in a wide variety of styles; our performance venues include Ely Cathedral as well as other local churches. Ely Consort has built up a performing reputation over the last 25 years, to be known as one of the premier Chamber Choirs in East Anglia. A reputation we are very proud of maintaining!'

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'We are a 30-strong mixed-voice choir ... Most of our singing is unaccompanied. Our repertoire stretches from the 16th to the 21st centuries, and includes sacred and secular music, serious and popular.

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'Originally formed to sing a cappella music from the 16th and 17th centuries, both sacred and secular, the choir has extended its repertoire to include a wide range of works, accompanied and unaccompanied, from the late mediaeval period to the 21st century. With over 20 singers, the choir has recorded four CDs, made a number of TV appearances and besides singing in its local area, in particular Waltham Abbey, has toured in Paris (Notre-Dame and Sacré-Coeur), Tuscany (Florence and Pistoia), Budapest, Barcelona, Krakow and Edinburgh.'

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'SATB choir of about thirty members. We have been established for over 60 years. We were previously known as Silton Singers, but changed our name in 2014 to reflect the fact that we have been based in Gillingham for many years. We meet during term time, to rehearse a wide variety of works for our concerts. Our concerts are held at various local venues. We also arrange social events for our members. We are not a church choir & members of all denominations or none are welcome.'

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'This unique and youthful mixed-voice ensemble ... are from a diverse range of backgrounds and mainly hail from the Greater Belfast, South Antrim and North Down areas. Their repertoire is extensive and a typical concert includes a rich tapestry of styles and genres with music old and new and in a colourful spectrum of languages. The Choir is not only about the time spent rehearsing, performing, broadcasting or competing. It is also a great social network playing on the strengths of individuals as well as the group. They actively support local charities throughout the year at their performances and have a loyal group of supporters called the Friends of Grosvenor.'

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'The Choir performs varied programmes of mainly a capella music from the 16th Century to the present day. The Hepton Singers has a strong local following, performing regularly in Heptonstall Parish Church as well as other venues across the north of England. The choir also tours nationally and internationally, usually through exchanges with similar ensembles.'

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'A four-part (satb) adult choir ... Membership is open to adults, male and female who want to sing for pleasure, and a sense of achievement. There is no requirement to be a music reader - but it helps! ... There are no formal auditions. The director will assess your voice over time and position you within the choir to sing in harmony with the rest of the choral group.'

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'It all started in 1960 on the 08:20 commuter train from Harpenden to St Pancras, when a chance meeting between music enthusiasts sparked the idea of forming a small four-part choir based in Harpenden. On 21 September 1960 seven singers – two each of sopranos, altos and basses and just one tenor (‘twas ever thus!) – met at the house of Clive Bright, conductor of the Harpenden Salvation Army Band. The Lea Singers were born, named after the river at the heart of the local community ...'

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'Has established itself as the premier amateur chamber choir in the Lincoln region, both in terms of quality of performance and in range of programming ... The auditioned group of approximately 40 singers rehearse weekly in preparation for their concerts at venues in and around Lincoln. In a typical year, the choir presents 3 concerts, with occasional engagements elsewhere.'

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'Enthusiastic mixed voice choir of around 40 singers. The choir was founded in 1964 by a group of friends in Wilmslow, who met to sing in a flat near Lindow Common. Since then the choir has grown but the aim of singing for fun and friendship remains core. The choir gives four main concerts a year, in the Wilmslow, Handforth and Alderley Edge areas, and also at the RNCM. We sing a range of music, both sacred and secular. From time to time we join forces with other Choral Societies to perform larger works.'

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'Choir of around 30 voices. Specialising in singing unaccompanied choral music the Choir also performs works that are accompanied by piano/organ or a chamber orchestra. This established choir enjoys a reputation for high quality choral singing in the Leighton Buzzard and Linslade area of Bedfordshire, but their reputation also spreads far beyond this area as they have spent many successful weekends singing in British cathedrals and other churches ... The name, Linsdale Singers, came about after a misspelling in the programme of the choir’s first public performance in the Methodist Chapel, Wingrave, in October 1978!'

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'Formed in 1992, the choir have been singing beautiful music together for over 20 years. We have a wide repertoire, from the 14th century until 20th century choral music. We aim to arrange 2-3 concerts per year, for the benefit of our audiences and the greater community,'

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'A small chamber choir that is based in Orkney, a group of islands to the north of Scotland. It was founded in 1988 by Neil Price for the purpose of performing any choral music for a choir of such a size that would challenge and stretch its abilities. Although the aim is to achieve high standards, the choir is run informally, never losing sight of the fact that its main purpose is to provide recreation for its members. The choir performs frequently throughout Orkney and especially in St Magnus Cathedral, a magnificent building constructed by the Vikings in 1137.'

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'Formed in 1990 when a group of friends realised there was a gap in the local East London singing community. They were looking for a chance to sing music outside the mainstream a cappella repertoire and within a small and fast-learning group. Over two decades on the choir has around 35 singers who thrive on the wide ranging repertoire ... Whether you usually listen to classical, jazz, pop or any other type of music, the beautiful voice of Meljon is bound to inspire.'

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'A renowned mixed choir of 20-25 voices based on Teesside. Developing three to four concert programmes each year it performs a wide range of music, unaccompanied or with keyboard or chamber orchestra; it specialises in music of the 16th and 17th centuries and the past hundred years ... The music prepared is performed in a variety of venues, mainly on Teesside. Enduring favourites among composers from the extensive repertoire include Byrd, Monteverdi, Parry, Poulenc, Purcell, Tallis, Vaughan-Williams and Victoria ... Concerts range from intimate unaccompanied performances of madrigals and part songs – some with interludes from readers or instrumentalists – to major and challenging works of the choral repertoire with orchestral accompaniment. Though many events are self-promoted, the choir is happy to perform in concerts promoted by organisations such as music societies and other charities.'

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'One of the finest choral groups in Oxfordshire. Formed in 1992, our repertoire embraces a huge range of styles encompassing music of the last thousand years, from Gregorian plainchant and Hildegard von Bingen, via sacred Tudor anthems and masterpieces of the Baroque period, to secular, contemporary and popular works. The choir enjoys an enviable reputation for the excitement and panache of its performances ...'

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'Chamber choir, nominally of twenty-four members ... It was formed in 1973 initially to perform sacred music of the 16th Century, but over the years the repertoire has been extended to embrace choral music of all periods. Sacred and secular, accompanied and unaccompanied, large and small scale works: all appear on the Choir’s programmes. In a typical year we stage three concerts, of which one is on a larger scale, such as our regular and well-supported performances of the Messiah in Hexham Abbey. Most concerts are given in aid of a charity, often with the help of external sponsorship from local businesses.'

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'Firmly established themselves as one of the country's leading choirs. They were recognised best adult choir in the country in 2014 ... As well as their regular program of concerts in Durham, the choir have performed as guests of other local groups ... The choir has continued to draw students from Durham University, but has also included singers from a range of professional backgrounds, including doctors, barristers, and a large proportion of the region's music teachers!'

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'Founded 1969 ... Our repertoire includes music in many styles, from Renaissance and Baroque to contemporary pieces composed by members of the choir. We also let our hair down with rousing renditions of lighter songs, traditional spirituals and popular standards. A friendly and light-hearted group covering a wide age range, we take our music making seriously but have fun doing it.'

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'We are a mixed-voice choir with about 30 members, founded in 1972 ... bringing together people with a shared interest in choral singing. In over 40 years of performance with different Musical Directors, we have had a wide experience of venues and styles, within Cheshire and, on occasion, further afield ... Rivendell Singers' season starts in September, preparing for two or three Christmas concerts and carol singing, a spring concert perhaps with an orchestra and also a charity concert or two. We are often joined by soloists, both from inside the choir and visiting.'

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'An auditioned group of about 45 singers from Sherborne and the surrounding region ... established in 1979 ... We thrive on variety and sing a wide range of repertoire, both sacred and secular, ranging from the Renaissance to the present day. We rehearse weekly during term time from September to June and perform three major concerts a year, mostly in Sherborne Abbey, both a capella and with orchestra, as well as a number of concerts at other venues in the area. We also travel abroad and over the years have sung in Paris, Tuscany and Bruges.'

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'Small chamber choir, membership being drawn from the Burnley, Pendle and Rossendale areas of Lancashire. The choir performs a number of concerts each year in a variety of locations. Repertoire is varied, ranging from madrigals to modern - with many stops in between. The choir was formed in March 1988, the result of a nucleus of interested people looking for somewhere to sing ... Whilst we enjoy our singing, we don't take ourselves too seriously and laughter is never too far away.'

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'Chamber choir made up of enthusiastic and dedicated singers drawn from Stamford and surrounding areas, which performs locally and further afield both nationally and internationally. Apart from visiting churches and cathedrals to sing services, the choir is available for hire for concerts, weddings and other functions. Our standard repertoire is varied and includes both sacred and secular works, and our flexible approach means that we will consider any style of music to suit the occasion.'

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'Mixed voice choir of around 50 people from a wide range of backgrounds. Most of the singers live in and around the coastal town of Stonehaven near Aberdeen in Scotland, but a number travel from further afield. From August till June we rehearse weekly ... Our recitals take place in Stonehaven in December and May each year and we often organise additional recitals in Aberdeenshire, or further afield.'

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'Founded in 1988 ... as an intimate a capella early music group in the village of Shoreham, near Sevenoaks, in Kent. Since then, the choir has extended its repertoire from early music up to that of the present day, whilst still retaining a special fondness for Renaissance Polyphony. Concerts are held in the Sevenoaks area and further afield.'

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'Has been providing audiences with high quality musical performances since it began in 1999. We are a vibrant mixture of adults of all ages, from many different walks of life, with a shared love of performing alongside each other, to the very best of our abilities. Thame Chamber Choir's repertoire has included substantial works by Bach, Bernstein, Charpentier, Dvorak, Faure, Handel, Haydn, Kodaly, Liszt, Mozart, Rossini, Schutz and Vivaldi, as well as shorter works by a wide variety of composers from the Renaissance to the twenty-first century.'

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'Founded in 1905, Thurrock Choral Society has been singing, under a variety of names, for over 100 years. Today the choir consists of around 25 singers ... TCS is open to all comers! ... Although the Choir works to a very high standard, there are no auditions. Instead, several times a year we hold "open rehearsals" to which any and all are welcome to come along, join in and get a feel for the unique experience of choral singing.'

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'Founded in 2002 by a group of choristers who sought the opportunity of singing in a small a capella chamber choir and facing the challenge of forging a balanced ensemble from a small number of voices ... Viva gave few concerts while its repertoire was built. More recently, the choir’s annual programme has comprised an average of three concerts ... Viva’s repertoire ranges across the centuries and embraces both sacred and secular music in various styles. As the choir has grown in ambition, it has begun to perform with success a variety of more difficult works for which many plaudits have been received. Though foundation members conceived Viiva La Musica as an a capella ensemble, the choir’s natural development has led it towards repertoire that includes works accompanied by piano or organ.'

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'Based in the Weald of Kent, we are a friendly, enthusiastic and accomplished choir of around 25 mixed voices, who enjoy coming together to make music and to perform concerts at charity fund raising events throughout Kent, Sussex and also further afield. As a choir, the Consort has a wide repertoire, ranging from Early Church music through to Negro Spirituals, Folksongs and modern works. Each programme is different and reflects the wishes of those for whom we perform. Since the Consort’s formation it has raised, through its choral concerts, many thousands of pounds for a wide range of charities and churches. It is always glad to consider invitations from such organisations. Its services are given voluntarily, although a contribution towards its music library and other expenses is gratefully received.'

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'Founded in 1970 by John Coope, the Byrds set a standard for the relatively new phenomenon of semi-professional chamber choirs, bringing cathedral-choir quality to the concert platform and reviving glorious renaissance pieces as well as giving premieres of newly-commissioned contemporary works ... We are an excellent, and above all, friendly choir with a long-standing reputation. Do join us, as performer or audience. We look forward to meeting you!'

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  151. Evesham
  152. Exeter
  153. Exmouth
  154. Fakenham
  155. Falmouth
  156. Farnborough
  157. Farnham
  158. Fermanagh Omagh
  159. Folkestone
  160. Fort William
  161. Framlingham
  162. Frome
  163. Gainsborough
  164. Galashiels
  165. Gateshead
  166. Gillingham (Dorset)
  167. Gillingham (Kent)
  168. Glossop
  169. Gloucester
  170. Godalming
  171. Gosport
  172. Grantham
  173. Gravesend
  174. Grays
  175. Great Malvern
  176. Great Yarmouth
  177. Greenwich
  178. Grimsby
  179. Guildford
  180. Hackney
  181. Halesworth
  182. Halifax
  183. Hammersmith and Fulham
  184. Hampstead
  185. Haringey
  186. Harlow
  187. Harpenden
  188. Harrogate
  189. Harrow
  190. Hartlepool
  191. Haslemere
  192. Hastings
  193. Hatfield
  194. Havant
  195. Haverhill
  196. Havering
  197. Hawick
  198. Hay-on-Wye
  199. Haywards Heath
  200. Hebden Bridge
  201. Helensburgh
  202. Hemel Hempstead
  203. Henley-on-Thames
  204. Hereford
  205. Hertford
  206. Hexham
  207. High Wycombe
  208. Highgate
  209. Hillingdon
  210. Hinckley
  211. Hitchin
  212. Holborn
  213. Horsham
  214. Hounslow
  215. Hoylake
  216. Huddersfield
  217. Huntingdon
  218. Ilkeston
  219. Ilkley
  220. Inverness
  221. Ipswich
  222. Isle of Arran
  223. Isle of Bute
  224. Isle of Islay
  225. Isle of Mull
  226. Isle of Skye
  227. Islington
  228. Kelso
  229. Kendal
  230. Kensington and Chelsea
  231. Keswick
  232. Kettering
  233. Kidderminster
  234. King's Lynn
  235. Kingston upon Hull
  236. Kingston upon Thames
  237. Kirkby-in-Ashfield
  238. Kirkcaldy
  239. Lambeth
  240. Lancaster
  241. Leatherhead
  242. Ledbury
  243. Leeds
  244. Leicester
  245. Leigh (Lancashire)
  246. Leighton Buzzard
  247. Leominster
  248. Letchworth Garden City
  249. Lewes
  250. Lewisham
  251. Lichfield
  252. Lincoln
  253. Linlithgow
  254. Lisburn Castlereagh
  255. Liskeard
  256. Liverpool
  257. Livingston
  258. Llandrindod Wells
  259. Llanelli
  260. Lochgilphead
  261. Long Eaton
  262. Loughborough
  263. Louth
  264. Lowestoft
  265. Ludlow
  266. Luton
  267. Lydney
  268. Lyme Regis
  269. Lymington
  270. Lytham St Annes
  271. Macclesfield
  272. Maidenhead
  273. Maidstone
  274. Malmesbury
  275. Malton
  276. Manchester
  277. Mansfield
  278. March
  279. Market Harborough
  280. Marlborough
  281. Marlow
  282. Marple
  283. Matlock
  284. Melbourne
  285. Melton Mowbray
  286. Merton
  287. Mid East Antrim
  288. Mid Ulster
  289. Middlesbrough
  290. Milton Keynes
  291. Minehead
  292. Monmouth
  293. Morley
  294. Morpeth
  295. Newark-on-Trent
  296. Newbury
  297. Newcastle upon Tyne
  298. Newham
  299. Newport (Shropshire)
  300. Newry Mourne Down
  301. Newton Abbot
  302. Newton Stewart
  303. Newtown
  304. Northallerton
  305. Northampton
  306. Northwich
  307. Norwich
  308. Nottingham
  309. Nuneaton
  310. Oakham
  311. Oldham
  312. Olney
  313. Ormskirk
  314. Orpington
  315. Oswestry
  316. Otley
  317. Oundle
  318. Oxford
  319. Paignton
  320. Peebles
  321. Penrith
  322. Penzance
  323. Perth
  324. Peterborough
  325. Pitlochry
  326. Plymouth
  327. Pontefract
  328. Poole
  329. Portsmouth
  330. Preston
  331. Prestwich
  332. Rayleigh
  333. Reading
  334. Redbridge
  335. Redcar
  336. Reigate
  337. Rhyl
  338. Richmond (North Yorks)
  339. Richmond upon Thames
  340. Rickmansworth
  341. Ripon
  342. Rochdale
  343. Ross-on-Wye
  344. Rotherham
  345. Royal Leamington Spa
  346. Royal Tunbridge Wells
  347. Rugby
  348. Sale
  349. Salford
  350. Salisbury
  351. Saltash
  352. Sandbach
  353. Scarborough
  354. Scunthorpe
  355. Seaford
  356. Selby
  357. Selly Oak
  358. Sevenoaks
  359. Sheffield
  360. Sherborne
  361. Shrewsbury
  362. Sidmouth
  363. Skegness
  364. Skipton
  365. Solihull
  366. Southampton
  367. Southend-on-Sea
  368. Southport
  369. Southwark
  370. Southwell
  371. Spalding
  372. St Albans
  373. St Andrews
  374. St Austell
  375. St Helens
  376. St Ives
  377. Stafford
  378. Staines-upon-Thames
  379. Stamford
  380. Stevenage
  381. Stockport
  382. Stockton-on-Tees
  383. Stoke on Trent
  384. Stow on the Wold
  385. Stratford upon Avon
  386. Stroud
  387. Sudbury
  388. Sunderland
  389. Sutton (London)
  390. Sutton Coldfield
  391. Swanage
  392. Swindon
  393. Tamworth
  394. Taunton
  395. Tavistock
  396. Teignmouth
  397. Telford
  398. Tenterden
  399. Tewkesbury
  400. Thame (Oxon)
  401. Thornbury
  402. Thurso
  403. Tiverton
  404. Torquay
  405. Totnes
  406. Towcester
  407. Tower Hamlets
  408. Trowbridge
  409. Truro
  410. Ullapool
  411. Ulverston
  412. Uppingham
  413. Uttoxeter
  414. Wadebridge
  415. Wakefield
  416. Wallasey
  417. Wallsend
  418. Walsall
  419. Waltham Forest
  420. Walton-on-Thames
  421. Wandsworth
  422. Warrington
  423. Warwick
  424. Watford
  425. Wellingborough
  426. Wells (City)
  427. Welwyn Garden City
  428. West Bridgford
  429. West Bromwich
  430. Westminster
  431. Weston-Super-Mare
  432. Wetherby
  433. Weymouth
  434. Whitehaven
  435. Wigan
  436. Wigston Magna
  437. Wilmslow
  438. Wimborne Minster
  439. Winchester
  440. Windermere
  441. Windsor
  442. Wisbech
  443. Woking
  444. Wolverhampton
  445. Woodbridge
  446. Worcester
  447. Worksop
  448. Worthing
  449. Yate
  450. York (City)

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