We welcome new singers at the start of each season. You'll need to book a taster session in either of the first two weeks of the season. We'd recommend the first week if possible, as everyone is starting from the same point in that first week, and you'll find it easier to pick things up. If you can't make the first session, the second week is fine. We don't accept new singers after Week 2 except by special arrangement - experience has taught us that it's tough to catch up, and to integrate well, for singers who join later in the season.
We do ask that you book your taster session rather than just turning up - this allows us to prepare some sheet music and other documents for you. If you turn up to a taster session without booking a place in advance, we may not have materials for you - you'll still be able to stay and try us out, but you won't necessarily get the full experience.
To book your free taster session, use this link. If you'd like to be notified of other information that might be of interest in the meantime, such as forthcoming performances, you can join our mailing list using this link.
(We don't take a break mid-season for half-term - we run every week).
The season starts on 7th January 2020 in Nottingham, on 8th January in Lincoln, and on 9th January in Sheffield.
You will be able to book your taster session for one of these dates, offor the following week (14th January in Nottingham, 15th January in Lincoln, 16th January in Sheffield).
The final sessions of the season will be on 24th March in Nottingham, 25th March in Lincoln, and 26th March in Sheffield.
Our end of season concerts will be on MONDAY 30th March in Lincoln (Lincolnshire Showground), and on Thursday 2nd April in Sheffield (Sheffield Springs Academy).
Our big concert for the Spring season (title TBC) will be at Nottingham's Albert Hall on Saturday 4th April.
SUMMER 2020 - 10th anniversary season
We've had to postpone this season due to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. We'll post more details of when we'll be back once the situation is clearer.