Our Summer and Autumn Concert programmes inevitably had to be cancelled due to the Covid19 outbreak. In addition we have decided to cancel our December concert to focus on next year. Meanwhile our MD has designed a programme of rehearsals and home sessions using both Zoom and recordings from our accompanist, focussing on a specific set of works which we aim to perform virtually if not in person at the end of term. The aim is to keep us engaged and in good vocal condition for the resumption of normal rehearsals and performances.
Meanwhile members continue to enjoy occasional social items to help maintain our choir friendships and cohesion.
Due to the disruption caused by Covid19, in particular the closure of all schools and colleges, we are postponing the competition for this year. We will be revisiting in 2021 so, if you have started preparing an entry, please carry on and submit a registration form.
For further details click here.
Our lovely sopranos and altos are saddened by the lack of tenors and basses for them to sing with at rehearsals and concerts. The tenor and bass teams are of course coping manfully with the musical requirements thrown at them but would welcome new friends to share their delight in singing with Brockham Choral. Don’t forget, you can try us for free for a term. For further details see our Join/Support Us page by clicking here.
We are a well established choir with around 75 singers and three dozen Friends, based in Dorking, Surrey, and we perform 3 or 4 concerts annually with a varied repertoire from the 16th century to contemporary music. The choir is always pleased to welcome new members, and operates a policy of ‘self selection’ rather than audition. There is more about the choir on the About Us page.
We meet on Tuesday evenings at St John’s C of E Primary School, Goodwyns Rd, Dorking RH4 2LR at 7.30pm, from September to June. To see what musical events we are planning for the future, click here.
Our new MD from January 2020 is Cole Bendall, and more information about him can be found on our MD page.
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