The MCH Singers started in September 2017 as MCH Community Choir. We meet at Our Zone on Pattens Lane, Rochester, Thursdays between 7 and 8.30 pm. £5 for the session. You would be very welcome to join us. Please see upcoming dates.

  • Having fun singing all together is essential to MCH Singers experience.
  • We are and continue to operate as a drop in choir with a core that come regularly. There is no pressure to come to every session
  • In our sessions, we start with a body and breath warm up, then warm up songs and then more in depth ‘repertoire songs’.
  • We have an inclusive and collaborative feel to our sessions that is an integral part of who we are.
  • We are primarily a group who meets to sing together on a Thursday, but have taken the opportunities to be a part of various performances.
  • We take responsibility for our own health and well-being in the sessions. This means we sit down and have a drink as and when we need to.

We sing together because it feels good. Now researchers are proving and finding evidence to support the whole body benefits of singing – but this is not new information – voice and singing have continuously been an essential part of our collective human experience.

For more about singing and wellbeing have a look at the British Voice Association, ‘Singing is Good for You’ advice sheet via the link.

MCH Singers have participated in Dante or Die’s production of ‘Take on Me’ (December 2018) sung at Christmas Dickens Festival  (2018, 2019), Leeds Castle 900 Carnival of History (July 2019) and Salute to the 40’s at Chatham Dockyard (September 2019) We have also sung for people living with Dementia at a local residential home and moving forward have agreed as a group that this is something we would like to do more.

Find our songbook here >

See lyric sheets from January 2018 >

See lyric sheets from April 2018 >