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VivaVoices Bury St Edmunds evening group

General Details

A fun, friendly singing group for adults of all ages and abilities who love singing. We sing a lively mix of pop, rock, easy listening, musicals and classical music. 


Who to contact

Graeme Hopson MMus BMus MISM
Choir leader
01284 700286
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Where to go

Unitarian Meeting House
Churchgate Street
Bury St Edmunds
IP33 1LS
Area served
Bury St Edmunds
Parking available
Parking details
No parking at venue. Free parking available in surrounding streets and at Angel Hill.
Easily accessible by public transport

Days & Times

We meet for 10 weeks each spring, summer and autumn term. Please visit our website for the term start date..
Time of day
Session Information
Tuesdays 7.15-9.15pm

Other details

Cost Details
£70 for the 10-week term, come along to your first session for free You may wish to purchase the sheet music for the 2-part harmony pieces from the choir leader (words for all the songs are available for free).
Age Groups
Wheelchair Access

Accreditation details
Graeme Hopson studied at the Royal Northern College of Music, gaining a Master’s degree in 2004, followed by further study at Queens’ College, Cambridge


Find your voice with VivaVoices!  We sing a lively mix of pop, rock, easy listening, musicals, classical music and songs from around the world in unison and 2-part harmony.  

We are a friendly and relaxed group led by Graeme Hopson, an experienced choir leader. Our fun end of term concerts have raised over £27,000 for charity since 2009. 


- no audition to join

- songs are taught mainly by ear, with copies of the words provided free of charge

- the ability to read music is an advantage but not essential

- all you need is enthusiasm!

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