Meet My Choir on BBC Radio 3

We were recently featured on BBC Radio 3′s Meet My Choir programme. In discussion are choir singers Chris Price and Rupert Morris.

The songs you hear are:

What A Wonderful World (Weiss/Thiele arr. Jeremy Birchall);
Do You Realize? (Flaming Lips, arr. Chloë Clifford-Frith);
The Long Day Closes (Sullivan, arr. Henry Chorley).

For more music please browse our other recordings on our SoundCloud page, or see our videos on our YouTube channel or visit us on Facebook and Twitter.

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One Life 2014

Selection of videos from our recent One Life show in celebration of World Humanist Day, 21 June 2014. For more videos see our YouTube channel.

British Humanist Choir sings Woody Allen Jesus

British Humanist Choir sings Afternoon Delight

British Humanist Choir sings Feeling Good

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One Life 2014

We have the photographic evidence of a superb celebration of humanism and music at One Life 2014.

140621 BHC One Life a - Choir

140621 BHC One Life c - Andrew Copson140621 BHC One Life g - Choir + Simon Singh

140621 BHC One Life h - Simon Singh

140621 BHC One Life r - Choir

140621 BHC One Life ai - Lucy Porter

140621 BHC One Life p - Choir + Laurel

140621 BHC One Life ak - Stu Richards

140621 BHC One Life bc - Choir

 

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All of ONE LIFE in ONE DAY.

The British Humanist Choir will be hosting our annual celebration of the one life we have on World Humanist Day – Saturday 21 June. Join us for your fix of music, comedy, science, humanism and all things godless.

Online ticketing has now finished, but tickets are still available on the door. Come early and have a drink at our bar!

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Sing-a-long & Cocktail Night

The BHA Choir will be hosting a singalong on Tuesday 29th April at the Cosy Kettle (downstairs in Somers Town Coffee House, 60 Chalton Street, NW1 1HS).

Please join us for a bit of a singsong from 7pm to 9pm and specially-themed drinks afterwards.

Singing is not mandatory, you are welcome to just show up and be serenaded (laugh at people).

 

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