Chamber Choir

based in Bracknell, Berkshire

January 2022 a new rehearsal venue

... as we leave our home of many years in South Hill Park for a new home at Jennett's Park CE Primary School.

TV at 50
50 Years of Music Making

September 2017 to August 2018

Nick Austin
Visit to Oloron, 2008

Our tour included a concert in the Oloron Cathedral, a World Heritage site.

Tour Diary
Celebrations after 40 Years, 2007
Poster 2007

September 2017 - August 2018: a Golden Season

... as we celebrate 50 years of music making.

January 2013 Nick Austin appointed music director

... and we say a fond farewell to Peter White after 16 years as our previous Music Director.

October 2008 a French excursion

... with our very first tour abroad visiting Oloron St Marie and Ogeu-les-Bains in the Haut BĂ©arn on the edge of the Pyrenees.  Despite Channel Tunnel closures following a fire and poor weather the choir arrived safely at Oloron, to the amazement of organiser Peter Soul, on 21st October 2008.   We gave two concerts, with one being a joint concert with our hosts, the local French choir La Villanelle.

June 2007 40th anniversary concert

... celebrating 40 years as a choral group, and 10 years under the baton of Peter White.   The concert included a first performance of Four Thames Songs, especially composed by Peter for the occasion.

November 2004 a successful adoption

... with the premiere of Echoes of Other Worlds by composer Mark Bowden.  We "adopted" Mark under the PRS for Music Foundation Adopt-a-Composer scheme for 2003-04.   We were one of three choirs chosen countrywide to take part in supporting gifted emerging composers in the composition and performance of new music.

November 1992 a return to Windsor

... for our 25th anniversary concert in Windsor Parish Church, as we perform the Bach B Minor Mass.

March 1985 a "Wilde" experience

... with a chamber performance of Handel's Messiah for our first concert in the new Wilde Theatre at South Hill Park, Bracknell.

1977 a royal location

... for our 10th anniversary concert in St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle.

1974 a new identity

... when we change our name to Thames Voyces.

1967 a choir is born

... with the founding of the choir by Ewan Davidson.