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The Thames Valley Chorus

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TVC competing at BABS National Convention, May 2015

 

An exciting mix of stunning harmonies and thrilling choreography sets Thames Valley Chorus singers apart from conventional choral groups and menís choirs. Our fabulous repertoire of ballads and up-tempo songs in the barbershop style, ranging from old love songs through Broadway and West End hits to chart classics, guarantees high quality entertainment at events and functions both large and small.

To hear samples of our performances and book us please use the Menu at the top of this page - be prepared to be stirred and exhilarated by one of Europeís top performing menís a cappella singing groups.

Think you'd like to join us? You'll have a warm welcome if you come to our rehearsals and Sing with the Chorus.

Latest News!

TVC Welcome Liz Croft

TVC are delighted to announce the appointment of our new Chorus Director - Liz Croft

TVC Honours 100 Years of Barbershop

At a recent rehearsal the chorus were able to celebrate 4 members receiving their awards for 25 years membership of the British Association of Barbershop Singers. The awards were presented by BABS Vice Chairman and TVC Chorus Director Peter Cookson, along with TVC Chairman Ian McDonald:

25 Year Awards

Mervyn Clark, Ken Mills, Peter Cookson, Ian McDonald, Ed Deacon & Barry Howard

Come and Sing in Harmony Success!

The recent invitation for men in the Thames Valley area to come and learn to sing in harmony with us was a great success, with around 20 joining for the course. It seems that a number of them were so impressed with what they were able to achieve that they are still joining us on a Tuesday evening, with a view to becoming members of the chorus.

If you missed the opportunity to join the Come and Sing in Harmony course in January, then feel free to join us for our normal rehearsals on a Tuesday evening, or keep checking back for details of our next course.

At the British Association of Barbershop Singers National Convention in 2015 Thames Valley Chorus improved their score by 50 points, itself an improvement of 55 points on the year before.