The choir, formally called ‘The Kingsclere Choral Society’, was formed in the 1922 by the addition of men’s voices to the WI choir. The name has now been changed to reflect a new style of choir and repertoire which appeals to a wider audience.  The choir visits a variety of local venues, performing music from the 15th-21st centuries; from unison singing to Close harmony; from Bach to Beatles; from Offenbach to ‘Often in the West End’.

Much has changed in our 100 year history, (in 1925 the annual subscription was 3/-, 15p), but the spirit and enthusiasm of the choir has not. Enjoyment of singing is all that is required to join and meet new members of all ages are always very welcome.

We meet at the Fieldgate Centre on the edge of Kingsclere village, Foxes Lane, Kingsclere, RG20 5SQ every Monday throughout the year  7.30pm to 9.15pm.  
There’s ample parking available at the Centre is disabled access friendly although do alert us ahead of your visit of any special access needs so we can be sure of making you welcome.

We love singing and know you will to :  drop in if you are at all interested.

We have a four week ‘cooling off’ period so there is no initial commitment and NO AUDITION and you don’t have to read music to participate!!!   Membership fees are payable termly in advance or annually.  Gift Aid is welcome on your fees: we are a registered charity.

If you would like us to perform for you or are interested in singing with us, please contact Hazel O’Leary on 01635 298507 or Jessica Craker  07500 600255 or speak to any of our members during your visit.

Registered Charity No: 1015177
Affiliated to The National Federation of Music Societies .  We gratefully acknowledge support from the Greenham Common Trust & Kingsclere Community Association.