Have you seen the latest blog?













"I have such happy memories of performing in a choir and I don't think I'd have got where I am today without all that experience. So my advice to young singers is to either join your school or church's choir or find one in your local area. Choral music at any level teaches you so much about musicianship and blending your voice."


Katherine Jenkins


















   We practice each Tuesday evening starting at 6:45p.m.  People arrive from 6:30p.m. and take the opportunity to have a chat.  After a warm up and occasionally, some basic musical theory instruction, we practice until about 8:30p.m.  We sometimes practice at the concert venue if practicable, just before the concert itself.  We do about 10-12 concerts a year, many of them falling in December, where we produce programmes for Carol concerts. We try to fulfil every invitation we recieve.


   We ask for a donation of just £1.00 for each practice. This covers the cost of hire of the building and any equipment (e.g. keyboard) necessary. Members are expected to buy their own music which is ordered by our librarian.  This is not a lot of expense in the course of a year.  Members also buy a black binder for their music.  We are encouraged to try to learn our pieces so that music is not always needed during a concert. There is no uniform to buy. We sometimes have a colour scheme for concerts.


   The practices take place  in Carbis Bay Methodist Church and free parking is available in the veterinary surgery park across the road. We love to have new members at any time. Pop in and give us a try.


Our practice location


Carbis Bay Methodist Church

our practice venue

View Larger Map