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Dates for your diary

 Tue 5th Nov. will be our half term break


Fri 6th Dec. Charity Christmas concert in aid of Chestnut Tree House Childrens’ Hospice  – Christmas music from Messiah and carols, with organ/ piano.

7pm All Saints’ Church. Rehearsal 5pm.


Wed 11th Dec - All Souls lunchtime carol service 1pm


Wed18th Dec  - Carol Singing at The Grange care home in Blackwater Rd 3pm


Tues 17th Dec. Choir Christmas meal – Solo Pasta 7 for 7.30pm


Sat 21st Dec – Carol singing in the Beacon (Arndale) Centre 10.30 pm in aid of the Eastbourne branch of the Samaritans


Mon 23rd Dec. Carol singing at the Hadleigh Hotel (opp the Arden) 5.30 pm


Tues 7th Jan 2020 Choir resumes after Christmas break


Sat 25th January 2020 Sing and Discover Day for Bach St John Passion with Richard Wigmore and John. All Saints’ church hall.


Sat 4th April 2020– Bach - St John Passion (sung in English), with orchestra. All Saints’ Church. 7.30 pm with an afternoon rehearsal.


Sat 11th July 2020  - A Vivaldi concert with small instrumental ensemble. All Saints’ Church. 7.30 pm with afternoon rehearsal.

Concert Dress:

Gentlemen: All Black - Dinner Jacket, trousers and shoes, (White shirt). Bow tie provided (Red or Blue)

Ladies: All Black - long sleeved 'V' neck top, trousers or full length skirt and shoes. Scarf provided. (Red or Blue)

Rehearsal and performance venue: 

All Saints' Church, Grange Road, Eastbourne:

Warning: the postcode does not give the correct location on satnavs!

We rehearse in the the church hall which is located behind the church

Useful information for members

Help with learning your music:

Eastbourne & District Choirs Association

A listing of amateur choirs rehearsing and performing within 15 miles radius of Eastbourne with concert performances details.

Practice tapes and CDs and performance CDs. 

Vocal Scores:  Forwood Music - Tel: 08000720354  

"The choir of almost a hundred voices will have studied and practised for weeks and months to achieve this performance, and achieve it they did. There was splendid clarity despite the sometimes cloudy texture of the music, there was excellent balance and tuning, and above all there was a oneness with the spirit of the music, its ebb and flow, and its lyrical and emotional range. A memorable night!"

Vaughan Williams' Sea Symphony Reviewed by Kevin Anderson 24th March 2018

2018 Eastbourne Choral Society