Village Voices, Towersey

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 Lights 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.

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Car parking at Towersey Memorial Hall

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  






29 May Towersey Village Hall

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12 June Towersey Village Hall

19 June Bledlow village hall

26 June Towersey Village Hall

3 July    Towersey Village Hall

10 Jul    Towersey Village Hall

17 July  Bledlow village hall

24 July  Towersey Village Hall Last day of term till the Towersey rehearsals                                       dates TBA



Village Voices Spring Term Dates


Future choir dates for your diary


23 June afternoon Towersey fete

13 July afternoon Flash mob at the Thame music day*****

25 August Sunday at Towersey festival

Sat 19 October Chiltern Community Choirs festival

Saturday March 28 2020 Workshop and concert with Jess and Richard Arrowsmith one half of the Melrose Quartet

Americana singing with Roger Jackson and Sue Pomeroy.  Roger is one of the great choir leaders at our Choir's festival.

Monday 27 May - Friday 31 May 2019 (4 nights and 3 days)

£320 Mon evening to Fri morning includes four nights accommodation and all meals

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.

Singing and cultural holiday in Morocco with Bruce Knight 8 - 15 December 2020

Bruce is one of the great choir leaders at our Choir's festival.


Join me for a truly special cultural and singing experience at an award winning, comfortable, sustainably-run traditional guest house based in the ancient walled market town of Taroudant -  in the fertile Souss Valley between the High Atlas and Anti-Atlas mountains. We will sing each day in the beautiful cool setting of Maison Anglaise and then you can enjoy a range of cultural visits and activities supported by excellent local guides exploring the culture, landscape, wildlife and history of the area. Options to trek or laze in the sun!

Bruce has led singing workshops and community choirs for almost 20 years and is well known on both the choirs festival and camp scene. He likes to arrange and teach many styles of simple harmony songs which are “immensely satisfying to sing”. Bruce is known for his wonderfully inclusive and relaxed style, and his talent for enabling people to sing with wild abandon. Bruce has previously spent 6 weeks in Morocco with his family and can’t wait to return!"  

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*****Flash mob  Thame music day 13 July. We've been invited, along with various local choirs of all ages, to take part in a giant flash mob in the centre of Thame around midday on Saturday 13 July .Roger Jackson, who has made a special arrangement of James Taylor’s ‘Shower the People’. Sarah plans to spend time learning the song at the beginning of next term, on 24 April and 1 May, and it would be useful if you could listen to it beforehand.I think this is going to be great fun and hope you'll want to be involved. Learning tracks and score are on our members page now.

Harmonic Temple Workshop with Nickomo and Rasullah Clarke


15 June Union Church, Crouch End, London N8 9PX 10:30 - 4pm £35 concessions £30 £40 on the door.

Sing 4 part harmony chants and mantras from diferent world religions or universal affirmations of wholeness.

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