We’re rehearsing in-person & indoors, rehearsing at Dagnall Street Baptist Church (our new, larger, airier venue)
The committee has regular discussions to discuss guidance, research and mitigations. All decisions have been made based on advice, venue safety and member sentiment. We keep in regular contact with members related to any decisions that are made, and hope to be able to get back to ‘normal’ as soon as it’s safe to do so!
We have been happy to welcome a lot of new members since our return indoors, however we are now only looking for new Tenor and Bass members (not just for men! We currently have and have previously had female Tenor singers)
In 2019 we grew our membership by almost double, but the impact of 2020’s isolation, ill-health and general lifestyle changes has meant we have had to fill in some empty places. Thankfully, we’ve had a lot of interest, and now we’re looking to fill gaps with new Tenors and Basses – any other voice parts will be added to a waitlist. Tenors aren’t just for men – we have a good history of female Tenor singers, too.
Why not take a look at some of our recordings or visit our Facebook page to keep up to date with what we have coming up. We are really interested in encouraging new Men into our ranks, so if you are, or know of, a man who would be interested, please get in touch, or pass on our details!
Check out our information about joining the choir, and see why choirs are great in general, and ours even more so!
For other choirs in Hertfordshire, check out the British Choirs on the Net List.
The choir is very happy to sing at charitable fundraising events, do get in touch if you would like us to help you raise money for your cause. Quorum have performed at fundraising events such as afternoon teas and anniversary concerts.Find out more about Fundraising here!
We usually perform 3 concerts a year: the Spring and Summer concerts are often themed and we regularly invite local guest soloists or groups to join us, rounding off with a traditional Christmas Concert with audience carols. Admission to our concerts is free, with a retiring collection for named registered charities
Details of our past concerts and fundraising efforts can be found on our Concerts page.