Winchester Community Choir is an open access choir for the people of Winchester in Mid Hampshire. Formed in late 2005, we now have almost 100 members who meet weekly to sing for fun and give regular performances in the community and to raise money for local causes.
Led by our conductor Carolyn Robson, the choir sings a wide range of unaccompanied harmony songs.
Latest choir news
- The Sixteen presents Cornysh and Britten at Winchester Cathedral
We’ve been sent details of a concert at Winchester Cathedral on 20th April by The Sixteen, exploring the sacred and secular works of 16th-century composers William Cornysh (both father and son) and 20th-century master of the voice, Benjamin Britten.
For more information, and to book tickets, please visit their website https://thesixteen.com/events/choral-pilgrimage-2018-winchester/
- Community Vox Presents Spring Sing 2018
Saturday 17th March, Midhurst Methodist Church GU29 9DR, 10am-4pm
Join three experienced and energetic choir-leaders for a day of uplifting harmony singing. You don’t need any previous experience and all music will be taught by ear so no need to be able to read music either. Just come along and join in the fun!
The cost of the whole day is £40. To book your place on Spring Sing contact Anna by email: email@example.com. Spaces are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.
For further details see this link