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Egham Choral is a friendly and busy traditional choral society and we always welcome new members. Founded in 1953 the choir aims to rehearse and perform a wide selection of choral music, giving between 2 to 3 concerts a year – a traditional Christmas programme of Carols, a full choral work in the spring. Past works include Carmina Burana, Haydn’s Creation, Mozart’s Requiem and works by Rossini and Puccini. Finally we close the year with a relaxed summer programme of music for all, featuring an outdoor picnic (weather permitting) and ‘Proms in the park’ feel. Additionally we do try and do a Remembrance concert in November and the occasional members’ concert. We welcome for the 2016-17 year, Richard Robbins as Musical Director. Egham Choral rehearse every Monday during school term time, starting from the first week of September, at the United Church, Egham High Street. Please see the website for full details.
Chairman – Carol Hewitt
Phone – 01276 476627
Website - http://eghamchoral.org/livesite/
Despite only being formed at the beginning of 2009, New Egham Singers (a member of Egham and District Choral Society) has already firmly established itself on the local musical scene. The choir, which numbers around 100 members, offers the chance to sing popular tuneful music to singers of all abilities and ages.
Under the expert guidance of its Musical Director, Guy Bunce, and his accompanist Ingrid Keedy, NES meets at 7.30 on Monday evenings from September through to July at Strodeʼs College, High Street, Egham TW20 9DR.
The Wonderyears are unique to the UK as we are one of a kind as the UK's oldest rock chorus and band.
We perform at a variety of venues and have raised thousands of pounds for charity.