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Welcome to Stone Choral Society!


We are a mixed choir of around 70 singers based in the Midlands canal town of Stone in Staffordshire. We are a friendly group, generally performing 3 to 4 concerts a year in and around the town.

We will be rehearsing on Thursday nights in term time at Manor Hill First School, Manor Rise, Stone and sing a wide range of music, from Bach to Britten, madrigals, folk songs and show tunes.

Our Next Concert

Details of our next concert can be found on the Events page

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How To Join

We are always on the lookout for new members! If you would like to sing with the choir, we offer the first term free to new members. In addition, we offer free membership to people in full time education, and people under 21 get the first year free.

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About Stone Choral Society

The Choir’s reputation rests in no small measure on the conductors who have guided the Choir over the last 50 years. From those early years under the baton of Alrene Wainwright the choir has been fortunate to have a number of very talented musical directors including Gary Churchill, Frank O’Neil, David Burrowes, Keith Orrell, Richard Dacey, Patrick Larley, Roger Paul, Simon Dearsley, Amy Bebbington, Sarah Forbes, Charlie Penn and the current Musical Director Harriet Johnson.

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Latest news


Spring concert – Fauré Requiem

Saturday March 16th 2024 7.30pm at Priory Hall, St Dominic’s Priory School, Station Road, Stone, ST15 8EN We are delighted to be able to present our Spring Concert shortly before Easter. We ...

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Spring Term

We start our new term on 11th January and will be learning the beautiful and haunting Fauré’s Requiem together with a selection of other choral sacred works by equally famous composers. Come an...

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How long until Christmas?

With the Christmas concert soon approaching on 14th December we will be rehearsing like mad to get ready for it. Hopefully the current soggy rain will be transformed into crisp frost ready for a suita...

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