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Come and sing choral music. We rehearse on Mondays at 7.45pm during term time. You'll find us practising in the Merriman Music School of Cranleigh School.

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Joint Forces

Once every 2 years we join the Cranleigh School Choir to perform a large-scale choral work.

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Whether you want to sing, come to a rehearsal or concert, make contact!

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Come and enjoy a concert! If you're not sure where we are just click on the 'find us' tab for a map.

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Choir Rehearsal

Join Cranleigh Choral Society

Cranleigh Choral Society is a friendly choir at the heart of the village community in Cranleigh, Surrey.
If you would like to join us, just turn up on a Monday evening rehearsal at 7.45pm or contact us first for more details.
There is no audition and we always welcome new members, no matter what voice or degree of experience.

Monday Evening Rehearsal (7.45-9.45pm)

Newcomers welcome!

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Come along to a rehearsal

You're welcome to attend.
Just contact us to let us know when!



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Rehearsals take place during term time in the Merriman Music School at Cranleigh School

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Our main venues

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St Nicolas church, Cranleigh

Our Committee

Chairman: Richard Everitt

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The Committee

Music Director

Andrew Thomas

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Music Director, Andrew Thomas

Our History

Ralph Vaughan-Williams

1908, Cranleigh School, 1945...
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