Welcome to the Mid Wessex Singers!


We are a friendly group of people who enjoy singing choral music in parts. We practise on Tuesday evenings during term time from 7.30 to 9.00 p.m in the West Street Church Hall in Somerton. If you would like to join us there are no auditions. Just come along one Tuesday evening or contact us.

Since our formation in 1999 we have performed two concerts a year, at Christmas and in Spring and in 2017 held our first ‘Come and Sing Day’. As a registered charity we also provide entertainment to people in local care homes and sheltered housing.

Under the guidance of our Musical Director, Graham Coatman, we are expanding our repertoire and range of events so look out for news here or contact us.

Upcoming Events

Spring Term and Spring Concert 2019

Rehearsals start again on Tuesday 8 January 2019 7.15 for a 7.30 start, West Street Church Hall, Somerton.  Anyone interested in joining us is welcome to come along and sing with us.  There are no auditions.

We will be rehearsing for our Spring Concert which takes place on Saturday 6 April 2019 at 7.30 at St Michael’s Church, Somerton.

Brahms and Schubert lighthearted pieces, sung in English, will be on the programme.

Latest News

Singing carols at Heaven’s Gate

Mid Wessex Singers were invited to lead the carol singing at the Animal Blessings at the National Animal Welfare Trust, Heaven's Gate Farm on Sunday 2 December. Here are a few of our angelic sopranos and altos, plus Mr...

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Freedom – we died for you

The Mid Wessex Singers' Armistice Concert on Saturday 10 November 2018 was a moving experience for all involved. We were made welcome by the vicar and PCC at St Andrew's Church in Curry Rivel and attracted a large audience including members of local branches of the...

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Charity sing at St. Cleers Lunch Club

We were pleased to be asked to come along and perform at a Charity sing at St. Cleers Lunch Club in Somerton on Wednesday 26th September. The event went really well and was enjoyed by all. The photo above shows Jane Rose, our chairman trying to get everyone organised!...

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