Mixed Up Chorus

The Mixed Up Chorus has no enemies. Only friends. We believe that if we sing next to each other, we'll live well next to each other.

Our intercultural and intergenerational 80-voice choir unites members and audiences through a love of music with regular performances, a global repertoire and exciting collaborations with other artists.

We believe that wherever you were born, whatever your beliefs, whether you're a smoked salmon bagel or a chicken balti, the more we do together the more we understand and benefit from being with each other.

The Mixed Up Chorus has a lot to sing about. And it's time it got heard. There are no auditions. The desire to be a part of this is the only quality you need to join. Of course, you have to love singing. And if you have experience of singing in choirs then all the better for the person next to you.

Our repertoire is well and truly mixed up. We sing music from all traditions, old music, new music, commissions, improvisations and collaborations. And we're led by Jeremy Haneman, conductor and director of the Royal Opera House’s Community Chorus.

Find out more about us in The Times and BBC Radio 4 and enjoy our photos from performances at the Southbank Centre and our Sing Walk Talk day.


After more than three years of developing the Mixed Up Chorus; 3FF’s unique intercultural choir with over 60 members and a string of exciting collaborations and performances, the choir has moved to new headquarters to rehearse in Highgate led by choir conductor Jeremy Haneman and Creative Producer Holly Jones. The choir is no longer a project run by 3FF, it is now part of a Community Interest Company called ‘Together Productions’.

The Mixed Up Chorus remains true to its values of welcoming people from all faiths and belief backgrounds and is accepting new members each term. For more information please contact ruby.yeung321@gmail.com. We wish the Mixed Up Chorus every success as it develops and evolves.

Meet My Choir: Mixed Up Chorus on BBC Radio 3





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