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welcome to elmbridge ladies choir - The Choir with a Heart!

Elmbridge Ladies Choir is based in the borough of Elmbridge in Surrey, United Kingdom and comprises members drawn from Elmbridge and the surrounding areas. As part of Surrey Music, our mission is to bring women together from all walks of life who all share the same passion - singing! Membership is open to any woman regardless of race, religion, creed, sexual orientation, belief or musical ability.

Joining Elmbridge Ladies Choir  will not only ignite your own life with passion through the joy of singing, but you will also be helping to make a big difference in the community; our goal is to use our combined musical talent to encourage and foster an appreciation and love of music throughout Surrey. Our aim is to provide help and hope for those less fortunate than ourselves. Not only has our society awarded more than £14,000 in grants for music-related projects, we have also raised more than £150,000 for deserving charities through our concerts and performances.

Whether it's the singing of folk songs, modern pop, contemporary or any other form of musical expression, our aim is for our voices to blend together in unison and harmony to produce sounds that will not only bring us individual joy, but delight and inspire those that hear us!

We want to introduce women of all ages and abilities to the skills, techniques and enjoyment of choral singing all whilst having as much fun as possible.

We hope that you will find these web pages interesting and informative. Whether experienced or not, you are always welcome at Elmbridge Ladies Choir. 

We do not audition - so just complete the registration form on our website if you would like to join us and Mary, our Membership Liaison Officer will be in touch with you. We can assure you of a warm and lasting welcome!.

From 0 to 90 in 5 years!

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It’s time to wish a very ‘Happy Birthday’ to our fabulous Elmbridge Ladies Choir as they celebrate the fifth anniversary of their first ever rehearsal.

Yes, it really was five years ago that those first intrepid members passed through the doors of Churchfield House, eager and excited at the start of a new adventure. Probably a little nervous and perhaps expecting a stuffy old choirmaster, the ladies were greeted by the youthful and ever-exuberant Cliff who immediately put them at their ease, and had them laughing together and singing in three-part harmony.

Cobham community celebrates - despite the rain!

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Dale Thomas

September usually conjures up images of dappled sunlight, falling leaves and a crisp chill in the air marking the start of autumn, not the grey, soggy, dreary weather we had on Saturday!  Just as well, then, that Elmbridge Ladies Choir and Cobham Players were on hand to lift the spirits of Cobham’s community as they packed into the village hall for the Grand Finale of Cobham Heritage Day.

During the first half of the evening the audience was treated to Cobham Players’ brilliant performance of ‘September in the Rain’ by John Godber. With superb acting from the cast of only two – Jason Lambert and Samantha Myers – it is hardly surprising that the play won the Leatherhead Drama Festival in May of this year. Reliving poignant memories of their annual rainy holidays in Blackpool, husband and wife Jack and Liz took the audience back to the ‘glory days’ of British family seaside holidays, engaging the audience with an amusing script and a touching performance.