A local chamber choir of experienced amateur singers based in Andover, Hampshire, UK.
Thank you for visiting our website. We hope you enjoy reading about the choir and its activities, and that you will keep abreast of forthcoming appearances.
LATEST: We're delighted to report that we raised £690 for the Motor Neurone Disease Association at our summer concert in July, when we celebrated Shakespeare and the music of the two Elizabethan eras.
Back in March, our Sequence for Lent and Passiontide raised £500 for the St Michael & All Angels (West Andover) redevelopment project - see our YouTube clip here. Also, you can hear our audio recording of the Allegri 'Miserere' by clicking here.
The group was formed originally in 1971 with friends getting together to sing Christmas carols to the accompaniment of an antique portable harmonium. The instrument itself has long been left behind but the group has gone from strength to strength and established itself as a successful local chamber choir.
Often singing without accompaniment, the Harmonium Singers specialise in smaller-scale choral repertoire from the 16th century to the present day, both sacred and secular. Thoughtful sequences of words and music with a particular theme or spiritual dimension have become a feature of programmes. The group often performs for local community or charity events in and around Andover.