Voices Now: Big Choral Census (UK)

Voices Now‘s Big Choral Census looks at the activity and volume of vocal groups across the UK.

According to the census, there are at least 40,000 choirs across the UK, with more than 2 million members singing regularly.


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  1. 40,000 choirs, 2m singers in the UK: survey
    40,000 choirs, 2m singers in the UK: survey

    […] The Big Choral Census aimed to find out how many choirs there are in the UK, what types of choir are represented, who sings in them and what sort of music they sing. Through conducting an online survey of over 3,200 choirs and collecting data from a range of national and regional organisations, Voices Now estimates that 2.14m people sing regularly in over 40,000 choirs. Community choirs, choral societies, rock choirs and church choirs rub shoulders with new categories including choirs relating to health and social wellbeing, socially engaged choirs and even ‘tuneless choirs’ for people who ‘can’t sing’. […]

    15 July 2017 at 1:45 pm
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