Our new term starts on Tuesday 4 November. Join us at 6.45pm for registration. then we start our vocal warm-ups at 7pm. We sing until 9pm with a break in the middle and then some of us slope off to a nearby pub for a pint or two.
For more information about joining us please take a look here.
British Humanist Choir performing at World Humanist Congress, Oxford, August 2014
The Choir performed at the annual British Humanist Association’s Ceremonies Conference in Warwick on Saturday 18 October. We performed a selection of songs specially chosen for Celebrants to use in their ceremonies, including Here In My Heart, Wonderful World and Feeling Good.
We also had fun with a rousing sing-a-long to a number of songs including Monty Python’s Always Look On The Bright Side of Life, Do You Realize?? by The Flaming Lips and One Day Like This by Elbow.
Our new term starts on Tuesday 9 September. Join us at 6.45pm for registration. then we start our vocal warm-ups at 7pm. We sing until 9pm with a break in the middle and then some of us slope off to a nearby pub for a pint or two.
For more information about joining us please look here.
London and Greater Manchester Humanist Choirs at World Humanist Congress in Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford (Aug 2014)
Camden has a new Mayor and the British Humanist Choir have just performed at the Civic Service for Mayor Lazarro Pietragnoli, here are some photos:
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.