Established in 1960 and still thriving, the Croydon Bach Choir is one of the leading choral societies in the South East, with members of all ages and from a wide variety of backgrounds. Each season we perform a number of concerts in Croydon, including works by Bach but also a diverse range of other choral repertoire, generally engaging professional soloists and orchestras. We are often invited to sing at special events and on 30th June 2016 were privileged to perform at the Fairfield Halls with the London Mozart Players at a royal celebratory concert in honour of HM The Queen's 90th birthday. For our 2016-2017 season we have been selected to take part in Making Music's prestigious Adopt a Composer project and will be working with Mark David Boden on his composition of a piece to be performed at the Croydon Minster and recorded by BBC Radio 3 on 1st July 2017. If you are considering joining a choir in South London, are a confident and competent singer and enjoy the company of friendly like-minded people who share your passion for music, then you will find singing with the Croydon Bach Choir an immensely enjoyable and rewarding experience.