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Bowes Park Community Choir is looking for new members

  • All welcome, especially tenors and basses
  • No auditions required
  • Two free taster sessions on two of these dates: January 11,18, 25, @ 19:00
  • Bounds Green School, N11 2QG (upstairs hall)
  • Varied repertoire - see https://bowesparkcommunitychoir.org
  • Let us know if you would like to try us out (so that we can arrange music etc.) Email:bpcchoir@gmail.com
  • Get a taste of BPCC on Instagram: 


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Hello, Do you have to have previous choir experience and what kind of music do you sing?

Hello Jan. This from their website

Current Repertoire

Song List for Autumn Term 2023

More details including PDFs of music sheets to download and learning tracks will be available to members on the passworded current repertoire page

White winter Hymnal, Robin Pecknold  arr. Roger Emerson (Indie pop/folk)

Where’er you walk, Handel arr. Russell Robinson (Choral)   

Luci care, Mozart (Choral)

A la nanita nana, (Spanish lullaby)

Shosholoza,   Trad South African,  (Isicathamiya/a cappella)

Briefcase full of Blues, Various, arr. Alan Billingsley

Blessed Be,  Melanie de More (traditional)

Elohai N’tzor, Danny Maseng, arr.  J. Mark Dunn (Hebrew traditional)            

O holy Night, Adolphe Adam, arr. Carl Deis (Carol)

The Christmas song, Tormé/Wells, arr.  Audrey Snyder (Xmas pop)      

Deep river, Traditional, arr. Wilhelm Schmidt (spiritual)     

Gaudete,    Anon s. XVI (Carol) 

Nativity carol, John Rutter (Carol)                                                                                                       


Thank you.

Hi Jan,

No previous experience is necessary, and we sing all kinds of music including classical, jazz, African spirituals, Irish sea shanties, show tunes, pop songs, folk etc. - a real mix of genres as well as languages.

It's challenging but always fun!

We hold three concerts a year (at the end of the spring, summer and autumn {Christmas} terms), as well as various performances at local festivals.

As John D has pointed out, you can find previous repertoires on the BPCC website. You can also get a flavour of the choir by following the choir Instagram page:


Great, thank you so much for the information. Sounds very interesting. 

No problem - there are at least 7 newbies starting this Thursday so hopefully see you there.



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