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
- Choir to Return to Socially Distanced Rehearsals in September
The choir is planning to start socially distanced rehearsals in September for those who feel able to return. In order to limit numbers it will be necessary to book online in advance. If you are a choir member you will have received an email with details of how to make a booking via Eventbrite. We are also planning an occasional outdoor social gathering for those who do not yet feel ready for indoor events. Details of this will be sent to choir members via email. Our COVID 19 Risk Assessment document is accessible via the Rehearsal Notes and Announcements section in the Members’ area of this website. The link is not included on this page because it is not a public document. We look forward to seeing you again soon.
- Choir Concert Raises a Record £2020 for Charities
Winchester Community Choir’s Christmas Concert was held on Tuesday 10th December with our guests the Hyde Pipers. Ticket sales and the retiring collection raised a total of £2020 for our nominated charities. This is a new record for our fundraising, and it will be split equally between Winchester Churches Night Shelter and Homestart Winchester. Thanks to all who supported us!