Welcome to the BHA Choir!
We are a non-auditioned London-based choir focused on promoting humanism in the arts. We are the musical representation of the “British Humanist Association” which sings non-religious music; to promote humanism and humanist arts through public performances….Learn more about us.
On Saturday 27th June, you’re invited to a fun-packed variety show to celebrate World Humanist Day, featuring:
- Stand-up and panel show star SARA PASCOE!
- Compère and comedian extraordinaire STU RICHARDS!
- BHA chief executive ANDREW COPSON!
- Science show-off STEVE CROSS!
- And of course, the choir, performing songs from Tim Minchin to Louis Armstrong – plus some exclusive new material and our rendition of Eric Whitacre’s sumptuous Five Hebrew Love Songs.
We’ll be at the Rose Lipman Theatre, N1 5SQ
(Nearest TfL station: Haggerston)
Bar opens 6.30PM, show starts 7.30PM
Our Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/583198698462016/
Check out British Humanist Choir Performances to see what else is in store.
We learn lots of fun godless music and routinely perform throughout the year. Our repertoire is wide ranging, including Tim Minchin, the Flaming Lips, David Bowie, Queen, as well as classical pieces, the oldest known folk song, and humanist ceremony music, to name but a few. Sample the repertoire here.
A few of our recent events have included:
- Singing at the top of the tallest tower in Western Europe: The London Shard.
- London’s Choral Festival: Sangerstevne (Link to 2015 Event)
- Darwin Day
- InSpirit Faith Programme BBC London Radio
- Urban Dialogues Shoreditch Singathon
- And many others…
Additionally, we have performed at:
- Robin Ince’s 9 Lessons and Carols for a Godless People
- Relief-O-Matic as part of Protest the Pope
- And numerous BHA events
Our new term starts on Tuesday 9 September at the Doreen Bazell Hall, registration from 6.45pm, singing from 7pm. For more info see our joining page.
We have just performed at the World Humanist Congress in the beautiful Sheldonian Theatre in Oxford and hosted our annual One Life concert in central London with a beautiful set including What A Wonderful World, Bohemian Rhapsody and Perfect Day.