Timeline Choir

Timeline Choir, conducted by Stef Conner, is a friendly and light-hearted but artistically ambitious choir with a mission to celebrate history and heritage in song. Based in Leith Hill (Surrey) and Cambridge (Cambs), the groups rehearse on weekday evenings during term time and are always excited to welcome new members.

photo 4Repertoire includes a mixture of folk, medieval and renaissance music, English choral works and vintage popular songs, all specially arranged so that non-sight-readers and sight-readers alike can learn at a good pace and feel nurtured and challenged in equal measure. Stef Conner’s philosophy in directing the choir is that supportiveness, humour and good fun should be balanced with musical ambitiousness at all times. You do not have be able to read music to join, but prospective members should expect to be challenged by the unusual, beautiful and exciting ancient music and innovative performance settings, which push both performers and audiences right out of their comfort zones!

Cambridge Timeline Choir (Cambridgeshire)

Thursday evenings, 7:30–9:15pm
How to join

Cambridge Timeline Choir rehearsals are held in The Old School Room at the St Barnabas Church Centre (behind the church) on Mill Road. It is a light and lovely room which has recently been treated to optimize the acoustics for singing. Some parking is available in Gwydir Street car park (free in the evenings) opposite the church. The address is St Barnabas Church, Mill Road, Cambridge, CB1 2BD. You can find more information and directions on the venue website: http://www.stbs.org.uk/

Leith Hill Timeline Choir (Surrey)

Tuesday evenings, 7:30–9:15pm
How to join

Surrey rehearsals are currently held upstairs at the Punchbowl Inn, Okewood Hill, Ockley, Surrey RH5 5PU. You can find directions to the rehearsal venue here: MAP.

Come and sing!

Interested in joining? You can come along to a free introductory session at one of our weekly evening rehearsals, and then decide whether or not you would like to become a member.