One Voice is an adult mixed a’cappella harmony choir that formed in 2004. We meet on Thursday evenings (during school term dates) 7.30-9pm. We don’t use any musical instruments and rely purely on the beauty of the human voice to produce wonderful harmonies.
In the main our songs fall under the wide umbrella of World Music and so our repertoire is extremely diverse. We sing many traditional songs from around the world, usually in their original language: Swahili, Russian, Macedonian, Georgian, Maori and even 12th Century Icelandic! We’ve also been known to sing in English.
Taking part in any of our concerts is optional, it’s a choice each person makes at the time.
If you’d like to come and join the fun, please contact us for more information.
- NO experience needed
- NO need to be able to read music (all songs are taught by ear)
- NO auditions
- You’ll NEVER be asked to sing solo in front of everyone (unless you want to!)
- EVERYONE is welcome! (but, as it’s an adult choir, you do need to be 16 or over)
We look forward to welcoming you!
One Voice perform at Community Choirs Festival 2017
In April 2017, One Voice performed the 12th Century hymn Heyr himna smiður at the Community Choirs Festival in Stratford-upon-Avon.