Promenade Youth Choir singing Handel's Messiah
Members of the junior choir perform at St Peter's Church


Membership of the Promenade Youth and Junior Choirs is open to all who want to learn to sing well and join others in enjoying its varied programme. The fee is £60 per term, but this is discreetly waived in the case of need. Rehearsals are on a Monday evening during term time at Bell Farm School, Hersham. Junior Choir 6.30 to 7.45pm, Youth Choir 7.45 to 9.00pm.

Membership enquiries:

The best way to contact Promenade is by email to Christopher Goldsack:

To speak on the phone please call 07905006078.


If your child joins the Promenade Choirs I assume I have permission for contact details to be kept for the purposes of running the Choirs. I also assume that sound and video recordings of choir concerts may made for promotional but not commercial use, and photographs may be taken.

(Data will never be shared to a third party, and you can always ask to be removed from mailing lists. If you would rather not be added to mailing lists, please write this as a comment).

The Promenade Youth Choir

The Promenade Youth Choir caters for singers of secondary school age - 11 or 12 to 18 (and beyond if they wish to stay). Whilst no previous experience and no musical knowledge is assumed, repertoire is always in three or four parts and members are supported in working with music and following scores. The atmosphere is friendly and supportive, but aims at stretching the abilities of its members. The resulting standard is high. The repertoire has included music from renaissance to modern, accompanied by piano, organ or instrumental ensembles.

A Little Jazz Mass by Bob Chilcott

The Youth and Junior Choirs put on a concert each term and perform at various festivals and events through the year. The choirs' repertoire is rich and varied - ranging from major choral works such as Handel's Messiah and Fauré's Requiem to pop ballads and music from musicals.

Christopher also runs a Girls' Choir, which puts on a concert every Christmas after a short but intensive rehearsal period.

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