Choral workshop, March 2020

Nearly 60 years of fun and fine singing!

The Kemsing Singers was founded in 1964 and is still based in Kemsing in Kent.  The choir gives at least three main concerts each year in the Kemsing and Sevenoaks area under its musical director, Sara Kemsley, with pianist Peter Young.  We also perform further afield each season, for example, in community events, singing carols for the National Trust and at weddings and funerals.


The choir's large repertoire includes major choral classics, but we are not a choral society.  Our programmes are built to a theme and consist of several shorter items in a range of styles.  Many of these pieces are on the lighter side of classical music or are contemporary arrangements of songs and carols with opera and musicals also represented.  Singers and audiences alike enjoy the variety.


Each year, we raise significant amounts for charity, perform with professional soloists and still have a very competitive subscription for members.

Enjoy singing but not sure how good you are?

We are a very friendly choir of about 50 singers, men and women.  We do not have formal auditions. Some singers are experienced, others not at all. Some read music well, some learn by ear. Just come along and sing with us for a few weeks and see how it goes. We will do our best to welcome you into our KS family. We meet on Mondays from 7.30 until 9.30 in the small hall in St Edith's Hall, Kemsing. 

If you'd like to know more, watch Sara's video below. Alternatively, email her at musicaldirector@kemsingsingers.com if you think you'd like to come along, or ring Jonathan our Chairman for a chat on 07415 957049. We'd be delighted to see you!