Kensington SingersYour Local Community Choir
Kensington Singers is a 40-strong community choir led by inspirational conductor Roseanna Skikun.
**Summer concert – Friday 8th July at Holy Sepulchre Church. Tickets on sale now**
**Autumn Term – join now or sign up for a taster session – information here.**
We rehearse in Notting Hill on Mondays during term time and sing a vast array of music – from pop to gospel, classical to musical theatre, jazz to folk, normally in three or four part harmony (or more!). Kensington Singers is made up of local people who love singing – there are no auditions and everyone is welcome. Enjoy singing? Come and join us!
Kensington Singers was founded in 2011 and we perform roughly twice per term. There are a number of social events through out the year, including weekly drinks after rehearsals, post-concert pub visits and occasional piano-oke!
Hannah has excelled at turning a bunch of local singing enthusiasts into a decent choir- but more importantly, done it in a fun and professional way. Thanks!!
Thank you so much for your energy, warmth and professionalism – the choir has really made positive changes to my life – singing therapy!
We have performed at venues such as the V&A, the Design Museum and the Southbank Centre and for groups such as the Chelsea Pensioners. We’ve enjoyed joint events with choirs such as the London Contemporary Voices, the Buzztones, Singology Gospel Choir, Capital Chorus and Kitsch in Sync. In 2017 members were lucky enough to perform with Gary Barlow and the cast of his musical ‘Girls’ at the Olivier Awards and at the Royal Variety Performance. In 2019 some of our members also sang at The Proms (Prom 66: In the Name of The Earth) at the Royal Albert Hall and the choir performed at The Barbican in early 2020, just before lockdown, with Hannah’s other community choirs: Victoria Park Singers and Finsbury Park Singers.