We meet every Wednesday evening in term time, from 7.30 to 9.30 p.m. at Towersey Memorial Hall except for the third Wednesday of each month when we meet generally at Bledlow Village hall
Although we are not a performing choir, we do love to sing at local events when invited. In the past these have included the Towersey Festival, Towersey Fête, St Andrew's Christmas Tree Festival, Christmas Light Festival in Oxford, Oxford Christmas Market in Broad Street and Thame Market.
Words to songs, recordings and learning tracks are available on our Members page for choir members only. To access the page, click the link below or click the login option in the menu, then add your login and password when asked.
The Management Committee of the hall have asked all hirers to remind their users of the car parking facilities and requirements. These can be found at the following link
20 March Bledlow Village Hall
27 March Towersey Memorial Hall
3 April Towersey Memorial Hall Term ends
24 April Towersey Memorial Hall New Term starts
Summer term ends 24 Jul 2019 and we start again on 11 September 2019
2 April afternoon Windsor Lodge Princes Risborough
29 April morning Forget Me not cafe Chinnor
23 June afternoon Towersey fete
25 August Sunday at Towersey festival
Sat 19 October Chiltern Community Choirs festival
Breaking news "Saturday March 28 2020 Workshop and concert with Jess and Richard Arrowsmith one half of the Melrose Quartet"
In a glorious tudor barn in Suffolk join Roger and Sue will share songs from American folk tradition teaching singing and harmony for three days in May. Each day begins with song-based class, then after lunch there’s a group practice session and time to enjoy the surroundings – Take out one of the free bikes, or follow one of the circular walks around the beautiful countryside.
Visit the Tudor town of Lavenham, or simply relax with your book in the ancient barn.
After the cocktail-hour singing session enjoy dinner with your fellow singers at the long feasting table and enjoy the evening trying out the songs of the day, then ease into impromptu sharing of the songs you like to sing around the wood burner.