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Welcome to Saltwood Choral Society's website, here you'll find details of our past and future events, photo & video galleries along with contact information and details how to join us. Everyone is welcome to join so please get in touch for more information. 



For our Spring Concert 2022 we sang Elgar’s arrangement of The National Anthem,

Cantique de Jean Racine Op.11 and

Te Deum Laudamus  (A thanksgiving for Victory) by Arthur Sullivan.


The Concluding piece was Gabriel Faure’s  Requiem, OP48.


An appreciative audience were then invited to join us for drinks and refreshment whilst enjoying an opportunity to meet and chat after such a long absence due to Covid restrictions.


Our next Concert will be held in Saltwood Parish Church on Wednesday December 14th and will comprise of Pergolesi’s “Magnificat” and Vaughan Williams “Fantasia on Christmas Carols” together with the usual Carols for all to sing.



Rehearsal start on September 14th in  Saltwood Village school hall  at


Anyone who is interested in singing and would like to learn more please contact

Kate Dilks .email


The Society performs two or three concerts during the year.  The programmes have been varied, ranging, in a lighter vein from Gilbert and Sullivan, Edward German and  ‘Songs from the Shows’  to the classical choir repertoire of Bach, Fauré, Handel, Haydn, Mendelssohn and Vivaldi. At Christmas, the Society has a carol concert in the church.


Click on the links in the top right-hand corner of this page for information about the Society's history, recent repertoire and for contact details.


Rehearsals take place in Saltwood Primary School on Wednesday evenings from 7.30-9.0pm.  The Society does not insist on auditions for prospective members and, although it is an advantage to be able to read music, many people find they can learn how to do this with experience.  The subscription rates are very reasonable and normally include the hire of music.