Come sing with us

We are a 60-strong mixed voice choir based in West London. Our repertoire is deliberately varied  from baroque, classical and contemporary choral works to modern and show songs, traditional Christmas carols and folksongs (from all corners and occasionally in the original language!)

The choir welcomes new members and provides equal learning and performance opportunities for singers of mixed ability, ages and background.  The rehearsal hall and the church where we give most of our concerts are wheelchair accessible and we may be able to provide .pdf files of the repertoire for a concert for those who need bigger print or use a laptop/tablet. However, if you have a particular requirement, we strongly encourage you to make contact to talk to us and possibly arrange a preliminary meeting ; the Wednesday rehearsals are time-pressured and would not give us time to address your situation. You can contact us at via "more AT questorschoir.org" or phone 07802 720333

Our year runs from September to July, with breaks at school holiday times, and we usually prepare for three concerts a year (Christmas, Spring and Summer) at St Martins. We also sing at events around the Borough, by decision of the Choir, and often take part in the London Sangverstevne

For more information, read Where and when we meet or How to join the choir. The programmes of previous concerts along with our photogalleries are shown in the Choir History pages from the menu above. 

Betty Roe MBE, LRAM, ARCM

Honorary President of Questors Choir, Betty began playing the piano aged 6 and music has been the centre of her life ever since, with a professional career stretching over sixty years which has included playing, composing, singing, teaching, conducting, running workshops, examining and adjudicating.  Her compositions range from operas to pantomimes, choral works to musicals.  She started the NorthKen Choir/Chorale/Opera in the 1960s and remained with them until their recent closure.  She now sings for pleasure with the Questors Choir, and was elected Honorary President in 2011, but still finds time to organise weekend workshops, teach and judge competitions.  (http://www.bettyroe.com)