Choirs in Brighton

Singing in Brighton and Hove isn’t limited to karaoke nights as there are a surprising number of choirs around town. Some are more serious than others while some are more casual affairs. Their repertoires range from classical and jazz to pop and rock. They can also usually be found hanging around Christmas and summer fetes.

Here is a list of the ones with a website.

Brighton City Singers. A non-auditioning, all-embracing choir singing Mozart to Abba, gospel to swing, musicals and new contemporary works. Every Wednesday evening at Hangleton Primary School, Dale View, Hove, BN3 8LF.

Brighton Swing Choir. Formed in 2015, they sing four-part bespoke arrangements of songs from the swing and jazz era, from It Don’t Mean a Thing (if it ain’t got that swing) to Georgia on My Mind. Every Monday evening at The Brighton & Hove Sports and Social Club (16 Lewes Rd, Brighton, BN2 3HP).

Soul Of The City Choir. The choir is a great opportunity to sing, socialise and meet new people with the sessions being upbeat and led by an experienced vocal tutor. Every Monday or Tuesday evening at St Mary Magdalen’s School, Spring St, BN1 3EF.

The Good Vibe Choir. A fun, friendly, non-auditioned choir open to all those who love to get their voice out. Wednesdays evenings at The Unitarian Church, Brighton and Tuesday evenings at The Con Club in Lewes.

Hullabaloo Community Quire. The longest-running Choir in Brighton who have performed all over the country. Monday evenings at Stanford Junior School, Stanford Road, Brighton. 

City of Stars. City of Stars was created to provide a fun, exciting community where any show-tune is welcome and all things musical theatre are encouraged. Monday evenings at Middle Street Primary School, Brighton.

Harmonessence. It’s fun, and encouraging, you don’t need to read music or have previous experience and there are absolutely no auditions!

We Bop Choir. They sing songs from Stevie Wonder and Aretha Franklin to Dolly Parton and Adele. Every Wednesday at The One Church, Florence Road, Brighton.

Glow Choir. This is Brighton’s Non-Audition, Natural Voice Community Choir for LGBTQIA+ people and Allies. GLOW has a strong emphasis on including, welcoming and celebrating everybody under the LGBTQIA+ umbrella. alternate Saturdays at St Lukes in Brighton.

The Tone Rangers Choir. The Tone Rangers are a fun and friendly mixed-voice community pop/rock choir that practises in Saltdean on Monday evenings and Portslade on Wednesday evenings. The choir is led by singer/songwriter and professional musician Sharon Lewis.

Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus. A space where people can celebrate music, celebrate their sexuality, enjoy the fellowship of other like-minded people and contribute to the local community.

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