Amateur SATB choir based in Fleet, Hampshire
"Those who wish to sing
always find a song."
Based in Fleet, Hampshire, this mixed-voice choir originated back in the early 1960's.
In 1972 the choir split, part being re-named the Fleet Singers, but remaining under the original conductor. With the arrival of Hart District Council the choir was renamed the Hart Choral Society to encourage a wider membership. In an attempt to reflect the type of music we sing, the current membership and expertise, the name of the society was more recently changed to Hart Voices.
Singers are drawn not only from Fleet and the surrounding area, but also outlying towns including Guildford and Basingstoke. Choir membership is currently around 50 voices, many of whom have sung with the choir for several years. The combined experience and enthusiasm enables us to explore new musical horizons - both in repertoire and venue.
We aim to broaden our experience, strive for quality and musicality in our performances and involve young singers wherever possible. Soloists are drawn from the choir, although for more complex works we often invite professional singers to participate.
Choir Members give us their views
WHAT CHOIR MEANS TO ME
Memories of our beloved base
ARISE ALL SAINTS!
Memories of past members
MEMORIES OF CHOIR MEMBERS