Rehearsals are well under way for our concert on Saturday 27th November, and we are all thoroughly enjoying singing together again. Join us for an eclectic mix of pieces we have enjoyed rehearsing both together and during lockdown, including pieces by Palestrina, Brahms and Mendelssohn. We will also be singing a selection of pieces from The Armed Man by Karl Jenkins.

The concert will take place at St Peter’s Church, High Cross, Froxfield GU32 1EQ 

Tickets will be £10 each 


Froxfield Choir have been making best of the lockdown.  This beautiful bench was made by our resident composer.

Other members have got their gardens looking good enough to have an Open Garden session. 

Yet others have continued with a virtual choir and sung with some big names.  Take a look at for links to the recordings with the Royal Philarmonic Orchestra and the King’s Singers.

Our Conductor Michael Servant has written a piece which has been included in several local publications.

And our resident performance artist has made a piece about lockdown, which involves trying to climb out of a first floor window.

In between, we have done jigsaws, watched TV, eaten and drunk too much and felt joy and despair in equal measure along with the rest of the world.

We can’t wait to sing for you again!