What we do

Click and Sing!

Our flagship event is our monthly Click and Sing, hosted by conductor and workshop leader, Cole Bendall. Running like a Come & Sing event, these sessions provide an opportunity to study a major choral work – or selections of a work – online. You’ll enjoy exciting warm ups and singing games, learn a little about the work in question and enjoy singing through the piece online!

Click and Sing sessions are offered free at the point of access simply by pre-registering. Donations towards the costs of running sessions and to relevant charitable causes are gratefully accepted. Details of upcoming events can be found here.

Recent and forthcoming Click and Sing events include Haydn’s Nelson Mass, excerpts from Handel’s Messiah and readings of new music for choirs!

Please note that attendance caps for Click and Sing sessions may be applied based on demand. For further details, please contact us.

What else can we do?

Click and Sing offers a range of other services at a modest cost, including:

  • Virtual Choir Videos – editing and mastering videos of your own communities/choirs singing
  • online one-to-one/group theory and singing lessons
  • “Explore” Sessions – online sessions studying an aspect of music history or a composer
  • singing games workshops for singers of primary and secondary age.
  • CPD, resources and support for tutors developing their own skills in online tuition or vocal leadership.
  • Guidance in helping you start your own virtual choir including preparations of practice tracks.

We also run our own “New Music Friday” series – a set of workshops and events running on Friday afternoons both for adults and young people. These workshops include new music, games, exercises, music history classes and more. There is a small charge for these events.

If you are interested in these services, please contact us.


“A great experience…I’m looking forward to the next one already!”

Singer, Haslemere Musical Society

“My friends just phoned to say how much they enjoyed it – they feel uplifted, as do we.”

Singer, Brockham Choral