The Camden Choir welcomes new members in all voices (Soprano, Alto, Tenor or Bass) to come and join us. We are a very friendly choir and sing a varied selection of mainly classical music regularly chosen by the members.

You must be able to hold a tune and sing in harmony. Our new Music Director, Iestyn Evans, is a music teacher, so is excellent at bringing the best out of singers, and is very approachable.

Our subscription is normally low and, for a short period, all new members can have an initial cost-free term. There is also special support for those on a low income.

AND you do not have to live in Camden!

Why don't you come to a couple of rehearsals to see if the Camden Choir is right for you?

Please check that you are COVID-free, then just turn up on a Monday by 7.15pm or contact to let us know that you want to sing, or have any queries.


Rehearsals for the 2022–23 season will be in:

  • September–October: St Mary the Virgin, Primrose Hill, Elsworthy Road, NW3 3DJ (Elsworthy Road entrance)
  • November–January: Emmanuel Church, West Hampstead, Lyncroft Gardens, NW6 1JU
  • February–June: St Mary the Virgin, Primrose Hill, Elsworthy Road, NW3 3DJ (Elsworthy Road entrance)
Date and time

Rehearsals are Monday evenings starting at 19:15 and ending at 21:45. There is an optional warmup at 19:00 and a 20-minute break at 20:30 with sandwiches and hot drinks.

Precautions against COVID-19

The committee has conducted a rigorous Risk Assessment procedure before agreeing to live rehearsals and various mitigation procedures will be in place to minimise any danger of transmitting COVID-19.

Anyone wishing to attend a rehearsal must book in advance via Eventbrite. If they have not received the information via a MailChimp email, they should contact Anne Satchwell to receive log-in details.

We shall also be streaming rehearsals live on Zoom for anyone who is worried about coming to a live rehearsal or who is not feeling well that week. Again, contact Anne & we will supply the log-in details.

The committee appreciates that the various precautions will make rehearsals feel rather different from the past, but we have enough vulnerable people in the choir, or people living &/or working with vulnerable people, to make proper precautions essential.