Euphonix - Kingston's Community Choir
Euphonix is a community choir in Kingston, open to any adult of any age who would like to sing contemporary and popular songs, folk and world music. You don't need to read music or audition or pay lots of money in advance to join us. We are a not-for-profit community group, managed by a committee of volunteers and led by professional musician Tom Chapman. Euphonix was established to offer an inclusive, affordable experience of the benefits of singing regularly with others: companionship, developing musicality and pure enjoyment... More information about our aims and philosophy can be found on this website. The FAQs section may answer any queries you have. If you'd like us to sing at an event, please contact us via the form below.
We always have a waiting list and prefer to welcome new members at the start of a Euphonix term (September, January and April/May). Please contact us using the membership enquiry form below to add your name to the waiting list. If you would like to be kept informed of our August workshops which are open to all, please complete the membership enquiry form below and we will email you about these in advance.
We try to meet most weeks of the year, and normally run two rehearsal groups upstairs in the lovely Rose Theatre on Wednesday mornings, at 10.15 and 12.00. Both groups practise the same repertoire and perform together. When we need to rehearse all together we usually go to the Kingston Quaker Centre, and when we need a really big space we use Kingston Working Mens Club.