Our CORONATION ANTHEMS concert, originally planned for 16 May, has been rescheduled for 26 September.  This is subject - of course - to current restrictions being lifted.  We hope very much to see you then.
Our COME AND SING workshop has been postponed until next year. It will now take place on Saturday 13 March 2021 at the same venue, All Saints Church, Hampton and will centre around Karl Jenkins' The Armed Man.
CHOIR REHEARSALS are suspended for the immediate future.  We will attempt to keep the website updated with developments on our programme as they occur but look forward to seeing our members - long-standing, new and guest - again soon.

HCS is a friendly amateur choir which is non-auditioned and performs around the area of Hampton, Middlesex. We have about 90 members and our repertoire is largely oratorio and other classical works. The choir gives two or three formal concerts per year, often with professional orchestra and soloists. Our Musical Director, Richard Harker, is a graduate of the Royal Academy of Music and Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, and believes that rehearsals should be fun. They are!
Rehearsals are held on Tuesdays from 7.45pm to 9.30pm at Teddington Methodist Church, just opposite Teddington Hospital. The season runs from September through to June. If you are interested in joining, please drop in or contact us here.
Hampton Choral Society is a registered charity, number 261788.

Hampton Choral Team

Richard Harker
Richard Harker

Musical Director

Richard has an MA in choral conducting from the Royal Academy of Music and was organ scholar of Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge. He is also an artistic director of the Voices of London Festival and a Chorus Master for opera Holland Park.

    Pam Kent
    Pam Kent


    Pam is a graduate of the Royal Academy of Music. She has also been involved in piano teaching, giving chamber music recitals as well as acting as a professional accompanist to various musical organisations.

      Averil MacDonald
      Averil MacDonald


      Our marvellous committee of hard-working volunteers is ably lead by our chairman, Averil, who has recently taken over the role after serving as the choir's secretary for a number of years.