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Spelthorne Choral Society is the foremost local choir welcoming members from across the Spelthorne borough, and a few beyond. Conducted by Sean Bui since January 2015, and accompanied by Lindsay Bridgwater, they are an enthusiastic and friendly group of people singing a wide range of music of the highest quality: evergreens and novelties from Baroque to the present day. Rehearsals, including basic voice training, are methodical and fun at the same time. They enjoy singing alongside professional soloists with a variety of piano, organ, and orchestral accompaniment.

Past highlights have included performances of Elgar's The Music Makers; Beethoven's Choral Symphony No. 9 at Eton College School Hall; Handel’s Messiah, accompanied by period instruments; and a recording of Christmas music: Joy to the World, which was released in 1997 featuring their former Patron, the late virtuoso organist Carlo Curley.

Spelthorne Choral Society are proud of a distinguished history, having been founded in 1920 and known as Ashford Choral Society prior to 2008. ​The choir are always looking for new members. To find out more information, please visit

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