We are open to all ability levels and there are no requirements to be able to read music
We don't confine ourselves to a single genre of music. Our tastes are very broad and we sing everything from pop to folk music
There are no per-term or upfront fees, you simply pay for rehearsals that you attend and all of the required music is supplied
The Oxford City Singers are a community choir based in the centre of Oxford. We always like to welcome new members so if you are thinking about joining a choir then why not come along and give us a try?
In addition to rehearsing regularly we also give several performances a year – two during the Summer and two at Christmas. We are quite a large choir so there is no pressure to perform in any of these events – they are entirely optional.
So whether you sing regularly and would like to try something different or you’ve never sung before and want to try something new then we’d love to meet you. You can join us by simply coming along to one of our weekly rehearsals (see below) and signing up. If you have any questions then please see the contact page for more information on how to get in touch.
Rehearsals run weekly on Thursdays, starting at 7pm, throughout most of the year. Please see the rehearsal schedule page for the information about the current term. It costs £3 to attend a rehearsal and you only have to pay for those that you attend.
We are currently on our Summer break. The next term will start on Thursday 7th September.
Rehearsals start at 7.00pm and will finish at 9pm. Rehearsals will run until 7th December.
We rehearse at St Michael’s Church on Cornmarket Street in the centre of Oxford.
St. Michael’s Church is on the corner of Ship Street and Cornmarket Street – next to Pret a Manger. It is the very old tower near the end of Cornmarket Street. The church entrance is on Ship Street.
Buses stop on Queen Street, at the lower end of Cornmarket Street, and on George Street at the top end. There is limited parking on Broad Street. There is no parking available at the church – bikes can be fixed to the railings outside.