Investing in Choral Futures, Sing for Pleasure

Sing for Pleasure is a national charity. We encourage the enjoyment of better singing in class and choir through four main areas:

We actively promote choral excellence on behalf of our Membership. Join us today.

Upcoming Events

  • Summer School 2017

    12/08/2017 - 20/08/2017

    We’re now taking bookings for Summer School 2017, which offers training opportunities for choral enthusiasts of every kind – from musicianship and choral courses for singers, and Foundation and Intermediate choral conducting skills training, right through to the demands of the Advanced conducting course. Reserve your place now for a truly memorable week!

  • Bolton Weekend for Singers, Conductors and Vocal Leaders

    04/11/2017 - 05/11/2017

    Join us for our Bolton training weekend this November to develop and improve your conducting or singing skills! Now booking online.

Featured Articles

  • Summer School 2017 Concert Series confirmed

    Summer School 2017 Concert Series confirmed

    This year’s free-to-attend afternoon and evening concerts (and Choral Evensong) will take place once again in Keele University Chapel during our Summer School week, beginning on Tuesday 15 August 2017.Read More »
  • London Community Choir Showcase: applications now being accepted

    London Community Choir Showcase: applications now being accepted

    We’ve now finalised plans for our second Community Choir Showcase this year, which will be held in London on 21 October at St John’s Church, Waterloo. It’s an ideal event for non-auditioned, open access choirs to perform individually and together, share repertoire and performance ideas, network with like-minded groups – and enjoy a day of singing!Read More »

Featured Publications

  • Latest publications

    Latest publications

    Down in the River is now available to buy via the SfP shop. Commissioned by John Lewis Partnership Music Society as the prize for its choir competition, PartnerSing, in 2014, it contains eight new arrangements written with community choirs in mind. The pieces are all very accessible and would make an excellent resource for choirs making their first […]Read More »