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.
"It’s wonderfully liberating both personally and
culturally. If for two hours each week you get a bunch of strangers together,
from all walks of life, with very different beliefs, something amazing will
inevitably take place."
- Keith Gray, choir member
We are always looking to grow the choir and become even more diverse and mixed up. We're open to people of all backgrounds, beliefs, genders, ages (although if you're 16 or under please come with an adult) and all levels of singing ability.
If you would like to find out more, come to our free taster sessions:
Time: Tuesday 10 or 17 January, 6:45pm.
Place: 3FF offices in Kentish Town, directions can be found here.
No need to register in advance, just show up and sing with us!
The first two sessions are free, but if you decide to join us as we hope you will, the fee is £60 per term, or £30 concessions.
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