Brighton Voices Community Choir is runs in association with All Saints Hove under the musical directorship of David Stevens. We are fully independent of the church, who are kind enough to support us and to provide us with practice space and a musical director.

The choir is non-audition and friendly. Our aim is to sing music we enjoy and to challenge ourselves by performing about two concerts a year We welcome new members for all parts.

Membership is currently £30 a term (£90 per year), but you can try us out a couple of times for free! If you decide to join, our Membership Form is here. You can fill it out online, or print it out and bring it to a rehearsal;.

Latest News

The venue for Alexander's Feast is confirmed as:
The Meeting House at Sussex University
On Saturday 6th July

Tickets from Eventbrite

If you don't have a score, please talk to John, Tim or David at a rehearsal.

For rehearsal aids - please see the Resources section

We are performing Handel’s "Alexander’s Feast" (with orchestra, organ and soloists) in our Summer Concert on 6th July at The Meeting House, Sussex University.

Designed by famed architect Sir Basil Spence and built in 1966, The Meeting House is a non-denominational spiritual space, used for religious services, discussion groups, for quiet reflection by staff and students, and is a Grade II listed building. It’s also a great place for holding concerts!

We have some exciting plans for this late afternoon/early evening event and will be confirming more details soon, but please save the date!

We collected an amazing £272 for Save The Children at the Carol Crawl onFriday 22nd December!
A huge thank you to all who donated and to all who performed.

Some pictures and a video from the RNLI carols and some pictures of the Christmas Concert are now available in the Gallery. There's a short article about the RNLI carols in Sussex News here (opens in a new window).

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