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Our repertoire includes a very wide range of music, not just traditional gospels and spirituals, but African songs, modern songs and standards. They are usually arranged specially for us by our director Penny Hastings in 4 part harmony.

Hello!


We are a friendly bunch of people who get together to sing.


Actually there is a bit more to it than that.


Prior to the covid pandemic we used to sing at about 12 -15 events per year, such as festivals, fĂȘtes, weddings, funerals, and of course concerts, and we aim to rebuild to that.


Anyone can join.


There are no auditions!


You don't have to be a brilliant singer either

Best of all there are no fees! (but we do accept donations to pay for the expenses such as the rehearsal hall)

Hear us sing

You don't have to be able to read music

If you'd like to join in the fun, please drop us a message.

After the Covid 19 pandemic we moved our base away from Central Hall. 


Our home is now St Alban's Church in Tulip Rd, Swaythling.



Latest News

On 21st March we held our first practice at the new venue of St. Albans Church. The room we have was smaller than we

remembered it from

doing gigs there;

and who put those

pillars in?

In December we did our first gig since the pandemic struck, news of this is on the Recent Events page.

Since the pandemic

we have been low

on numbers as there are quite a few singers who are shielding family members.


Having said that we have welcomed some new

singers since the great restart.

We formed in 1997, and  practiced  at the Central Hall in St. Mary St. Southampton.

Choir practice resumed after an Easter break but we'll not meet on May Bank Holiday either


Next practice Monday 9th May in St. Albans

Regular visitors will have noticed our new name.


If you want to sing with us or perhaps book us to sing at your event, please

You can also find us on Facebook

As our former name was quite long, we were frequently mis-announced at concerts, so we are hoping that our new title is easier for those introducing us to get right, whilst representing the ideals of the choir.