A Ladies choir based in Biggleswade, Bedfordshire
Established in 1978

Fun, friendly and no audition!
First term free!

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ABOUT US - Our Presidents
Past and Present

1978 - 1979 Geoffrey Wheeler, TV Broadcaster

1979 - 1981 Donald Ibrahím Swann, Composer

1981 - 1983 Johnny Morris, OBE TV Presenter

1983 - 1984 Lionel Bentley, Violinist

1984 - 1985 Andrew Shore, Baritone

1985 - 1987 Christopher-Smith, Flute

1991 - 1994 David Ragsdale, Violin

1994 - 1995 Gillian Hughes, Clarinet/Alto Saxophone

1995 - 1996 Malcolm Singer, Composer/Conductor/Teacher

1996 - 1998 Trevor Hughes, Keyboards/Organist/Conductor

1999 - 2003 Nigel Shipway, Percussion

2003 - 2004 Dr John Cole, General Practitioner / Conductor

 /Music Promoter

2008 - 2009 Bryan Shaw, Oboe (Biog unavailable)

2009 - 2011 Pam Rhodes, TV Presenter

2011 - 2013 Bryan Shaw, Oboe (Biog unavailable)

2013 - 2018 Brian Mack, Viola (Biog unavailable)

2019 - present Trevor Hughes, Keyboards/Organist/Conductor

We were extremely sad to report the passing of a legend in the viola world – Brian Mack who died March 24th 2019. A huge personality who did much to improve the pay and conditions of players in the West End, and a player with most of the great orchestras in the UK. Always in demand by the likes of Frank Sinatra when touring Europe and latterly principal viola of the New English Concert Orchestra. Always stylish, he cut a dashing figure both on and off the platform and was hugely entertaining with his fund of stories from the world of music. He was the longest serving President and great supporter of the Amici Singers and will be greatly missed