The choir's aim is to promote the art form - MUSIC IS LIFE - involving local people in the choir and orchestra bringing a wide range of music to the Arun area, by local people for local people.
Our passion is music and we raise money for many different charities.
We hope you enjoy looking through our website. You will find different ways to contact us, whether you wish to become a choir or orchestra member or just support us by coming to see our concerts.
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The choir will be celebrating Sussex Day by featuring music of the 70's in this fun concert. We will be supporting all 4 of our chosen charities this year:-
Doors open 6.45pm, performance commences 7.30pm
St James The Great Church, East Ham Road, Littlehampton BN17 7AN
Tickets £8 adults, £4 children
Box office: Chris Allen 01243 582330 or
(Concert will be performed again at 7:30pm on 20th July 2018 at Cottage Gardeners, Yapton.)
Doors open at 12:30pm with a small charge payable on entry, and the event will close at 3:30pm.
Funds raised from the sale will be used to purchase music for the choir
View our Press Release for more information.
The choir and orchestra supported the charity Parkinson’s UK in this exceptionally moving concert to observe Good Friday.
Conducted by Musical Director James Rushman with a 34 piece orchestra and 57 singers, the concert included The Armed Man as the main work being performed. Soloist for the evening was local Soprano Lorna Moore who sang Oh Divine Redeemer in the first half, accompanied by the orchestra. The concert began with an orchestra piece, Prelude to the Dream of Gerontius by Edward Elgar, followed by the choir and orchestra’s performance of Aphrodite, Goddess of Love (Jenkins) and The Prayer: Laudamus Te, taken from Karl Jenkins vibrant “Gloria”.
The second half performance was The Armed Man which was written for the victims of the Kosovo crisis in 1999. The feelings of horror and of wanting peace all feature in this gripping composition of music which was expertly sung and played, capturing an eclectic mix of emotions. Lorna Moore excelled in voice and expression and the orchestra was outstanding, made special with solo parts from the percussion, flute, cello and trumpets.
The choir and orchestra’s hard work was rewarded with a well-deserved Standing Ovation from the sell-out audience, which included the Mayor of Littlehampton and his Consort. Many congratulations to everyone involved in this wonderful concert.
Update: The bucket collection raised £173.86 - thank you to everyone. There will also be a donation from the choir which will be presented at our annual dinner in August.
Fact 1 - During our financial year to December 2017, the choir directly raised £4,243.61 for charities and good causes:-
The total raised over the last 20 years is £140,000!
Fact 2- The choir has its roots in the church so is often perceived as a church choir but it is very much a community choir.
We are a not-for-profit performing arts charitable organisation serving the Littlehampton and surrounding areas. Being a community choir:-
Fact 3 - For 2018, we are proud to have 93 Patrons, 3 Life Members and 1 Honorary Life Patron.
Last updated : 20th May 2018
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