Harmonise

& Socialise

Singing is fun, whether you sing in the bath or on the terraces at a football match, but singing in a group is more than just a bit of fun.  

 

It's been scientifically proven that it is good for your health; from getting more oxygen into the blood to increasing the flow of feel-good hormones and improving mental health.  

There is also a social side - the chance to make new friends and meet others who have an interest in music.

Tonbridge Community Singers 

We are a local amateur choir that sings a wide range of music.  Our musical director is Helen Walker and our pianist is Carolyn Cabrera.

We love to perform at public events, community groups and charity functions in and around Tonbridge as well as putting on our own concerts or joining up with local schools.

If you are organising an event, run a charity and organise fund-raising events or work in a residential home and would like us to entertain, please do not hesitate to contact us at:

tonbridgecommunitysingers@gmail.com