• Next Event:
    CHRISTMAS CONCERT

    Saturday 17th December 2016, 7.30pm
    Venue: St Andrew's Church, Farnham

    Includes
    Bednall: Noe, noe
    Joubert: There is no rose
    Matthias: Ave rex
    Rutter: What sweeter music
    Britten: A Hymn to the Virgin
    together with Audience Carols and readings

     

  • New Scholarship Scheme announced

    Who can apply?
    All singers (sopranos, altos, tenors and basses) aged 19 to 26.

    What are the benefits?
    Cash rewards up to £200 per year and a certificate of participation.

    You will also have the opportunity to work with an eminent conductor,
    have a great musical experience and gain a useful addition to your CV.

     

  • JOIN US

Latest News

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Scholarship Scheme

Waverley Singers has launched a scholarship scheme aimed at young singers aged 18-26.  They may be ex-youth choir or university choir members who are...
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Posted on 2nd December 2016

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New Supporters' list launched

Waverley Singers has now launched its new supporters’ e-mail list, and the first newsletter of the season has been sent out.  Everyone on the list at...
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Posted on 26th February 2016

Next Concert

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Words and Music for Christmas

Saturday 17th December 2016, 7.30pm

St Andrew's Church, Farnham

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About Us

The Waverley Singers is a long-established, friendly and enterprising choir of around 100 singers, based in Farnham, Surrey.  Our musical director is Richard Pearce.

We perform four or more concerts a year with professional soloists and instrumentalists, in venues which include St. Andrew's church, Farnham, St Lawrence's church, Alton, Farnham Maltings, St Andrew's Garrison church, Aldershot, and Guildford Cathedral.

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