Delicious Sounds Choir

Monday evenings (in school term-time) at 7.30pm

St Mark’s Church Hall 
Archers Road, Southampton  SO15 2LU.
Led by Fiona Funnell

Delicious Sounds is a choir based in Southampton, organised and directed by local resident Fiona Funnell. It is open to all – you don’t need to read music, you don’t have to pass an audition and you don’t have to sing solos (though you can if you like). We sing ‘a cappella’ – i.e. without piano or other accompaniment.  You do need to be passionate about performing and prepared to learn song parts between rehearsals and prior to concerts.

The choir was launched in October 2014 with a workshop in the city art gallery, and quickly grew to about 50 members. The choir meets weekly on Monday evenings, and the aim is to prepare for public performances at the end of each ‘term’.   Contact Fiona by email: or phone 023 80 220331


Soton Voce

Monday evenings at 8.00pm

St Michaels Church, St Michaels St. SO14 2AD (entry via side door)

Are you looking for a small friendly four part community choir in the middle of Southampton, which sings a variety of music? If so, Soton Voces is the one for you! No audition required. The first rehearsal in January 2015 is Monday 12th  at 8.00pm.  Contact Catherine Brown for further information:



Cranborne and District Community Choir

led by Jeremy Avis

Mondays 7.30 – 9.30pm

Wimborne St Giles Village Hall

Come along and learn to sing together an eclectic mix of Rounds, Spirituals, Folk, Jazz, Pop and Show tunes in glorious harmony…many songs are suggested by members! No prior experience of singing necessary.   Jeremy has recently composed music for the Queens Diamond Jubilee River Pageant, conducted a huge project for the Cultural Olympiad and been acting on stage at the National Theatre,  the RSC and in Botswana.
For more information see

Red Stars Community Choir

Mondays 6:30 – 8:30pm

Banister Primary School Archers Rd Southampton
All welcome; no need to read music. £2 waged/free unwaged.

“Red Stars is an unashamedly campaigning choir, and already has a number of successes under its belt. Who can doubt the effect recently of our songs ‘Wave Bye-bye to PFI”, “Mr Corbyn” and Donald Trumpety-Trump (both the latter written by our own songsmith Helen Field)?
See our Facebook page Contact Lindley Owen 07855 015050, or”

Southampton Red Stars,who recently celebrated their first anniversary, is a friendly, radical choir, who put performance before precision! We sing in public several times each month, supporting worthy causes such as NHS junior doctors, teachers, people on zero hours contracts, those whose benefits are sanctioned, and oppressed people across the world.

·  Contact Lindley Owen on 07855 015050 or

·  Our repertoire is large and growing all the time, not least because several choir members have been busy writing new songs for us to perform.We will be busy in the year ahead, singing in support of oppressed people in Southampton and further afield.”


The Igloo Choir

Igloo Studios in Wickham

Monday nights

The Igloo Choir is an adults’ mixed voice choir, that meets twice monthly.
We enjoy singing special arrangements of well known songs together in harmony, and are also the UK’s only songwriting choir (as far as we have been able to work out!). We compose songs together as a group, lead by the director, enabling all members to take part in the creative process.
There are other opportunities amongst the Igloo Community to learn how to sing if members would like to improve their skills. We perform at local festivals and charity events, are currently training for ‘ChoirFest’ at The Regis Centre in Bognor, and applying to sing at Disneyland Paris.
We are a friendly group, and have a very natural, acoustic sound and perform with live instruments. We are looking for new members to join our Monday night group – everyone welcome. If you are a lady with a naturally low or high voice, we have parts for you. Men also very welcome.
Please contact us at 02392 006 507 to chat if you’d like to come along for a taster session 


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