Welcome to the home of Surrey Music - The Choirs with Heart!

Surrey Community Music Society consists of two choirs - Elmbridge Choir and Elmbridge Ladies Choir - which are based in Cobham in Surrey, United Kingdom.

Membership of our choirs is open to any person living in the County or surrounding areas regardless of sex, race, religion, creed, sexual orientation, belief or musical ability.

Joining one of our choirs will not only ignite your own life with passion through the joy of music, but you will also be helping to make a big difference in the community. Our goal is to nurture, protect and grow musical talent and initiatives in Surrey,  and to provide help and hope for those less fortunate than ourselves. As well as awarding grants of more than £14,000 for music-related activities and projects in Surrey, we have raised more than £175,000 for other deserving charities through our concerts and perfomances.

We hope you will enjoy these web pages. Please do feel free to browse around and contact us if you have any questions whatsoever about our activities, or if you wish to join one of our sections, we would be pleased to welcome you on board.

After 'Cobham Farmers' Market' Dec 2009

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Jilly's JottingsAfter the "Christmas at Cobham's Farmers' Market" performance at the Leg o' Mutton Field, Cobham (19 December 2009 10.30am)

It seemed that no sooner had I gone to bed after returning home from the Cabaret Party the night before, it was time to get up again and prepare for ‘Christmas at Cobham's Farmers' Market'!

After our Christmas Concert, 12 December 2009

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Jilly's Jottings12 December 2009 - 6pm - Elmbridge Music Christmas Concert at The Theatre in Leatherhead

This concert was BIG - the first showcase for all involved with Elmbridge Music. With the addition this year of Elmbridge Young Musicians, Elmbridge Ladies Choir and Elmbridge Community Big Band we believe we are now one of the biggest community music-based societies in the UK!

After 'Cobham at Christmas'

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Jilly's JottingsAfter the Cobham at Christmas celebrations (29 November 2009, 3.30pm)

I have never checked my emails so many times in one morning - surely it would be cancelled - after all, it was pouring with rain, what better reason for cancelling!