The Silver Ring Choir of Bath is a mixed-voice choir which has been making music since 1951, when it was formed in Bathampton under founder-conductor, Kelvin Thomas MBE. (Kelvin celebrated his 98th birthday in September this year.)
Music has taken the choir all over the world, from New Zealand to the USA and many places in between. In recent years it has confined its tours to Europe, including Paris, the Ardennes and Germany.
Since 2015, conductor Philip Draisey has led the choir into a busy and exciting new period of musical versatility and ambition.
With a repertoire spanning over 500 years and many languages, the choir’s concert schedule continues to thrive and is always looking for new singers to join the increasing membership.
– Saturday 2 December – St John’s Church, Keynsham
– Monday 11 December – Singing for Residents of Bridgemead Care Home
– Wednesday 20 December – Carol Service at St Michael’s Without, Broad Street