- Sing with this friendly, amateur mixed-voice choir based in Oxford
- Membership open to all aged 18+, only a simple voice test required to join
- Rehearsals in North Oxford, concerts in central Oxford venues
- One of Oxford's leading choirs - forward-looking with high standards
We warmly welcome new members and invite you to come along to some rehearsals to try us out before deciding whether to join. We currently have around 120 singing members, making the choir one of Oxford's largest vocal groups, but each member is important to us and everyone's contribution is valued.
Rehearsals are held on Tuesday evenings: 7.30 to 9.30pm at Oxford High School for Girls, Belbroughton Road (off Banbury Road). Rehearsals for the June 2013 concert (Handel's Saul) began on April 9th 2013 so contact us soon if you want to sing in this concert.
To join us there is just an informal voice test after you have sung with us for a while. This voice test is given by our conductor, Robert Secret, and pianist, David Langdon. It is not difficult and usually consists of singing a short passage from the music we have been rehearsing. There is no sight singing test, but we do expect you to be able to read music and be confident that you can learn pieces relatively quickly.
There are plenty of opportunities to get to know fellow singers in rehearsal breaks and at choir social events. We also have an active Oxford Harmonic Society page on facebook.
The membership subscription for 2012-2013 will be £105 for the year (£20 for students). Our librarian provides scores to either hire or buy. Individual singing lessons with a professional vocal coach are also available during choir rehearsals for a small additional fee.
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