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Next Upcoming Event

Harmony Belles
Christmas Concert

Details to follow for our Christmas Concert
All Saints Church, Marlow
Saturday, 2nd December at 7pm

We hope to see you there!

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Upcoming dates

Dec 2, 2023

Dec, 2022

Harmony Belles Christmas Concert

7:00 pm

All Saints Church, Marlow. Further details to follow. Tickets on sale now!

Dec 13, 2023

Dec, 2022

Harmony Belles at the Duke

8:30 pm

Come and join us for some Christmas Cheer

Jul 14, 2024

Dec, 2022

Harmony Belles Summer Concert

7:00 pm

Hold the date, more details to follow

Where We Rehearse

We rehearse every Wednesday evening during term time. Rehearsals start at 7.50 pm with warm up starting at 8 pm. The session ends at 9.30 pm.

URC Church, 18 Oxford Rd, Marlow SL7 2NL

Become a Member

How to Join

New members are welcome to join us for Taster Sessions at the start of every term. This first session is always free so you can try us out before you join.

Harmony Belles: Term dates for 2023

Autumn term 2023

Wednesday 6th September to 13th December
(Excludes Wednesday 25th October, half term week)
Autumn term is 14 weeks

Spring term 2024

Wednesday 10th January to 27th March
(Excludes Wednesday 14th January, half term week)
Spring term is 11 weeks

Members Fee Structure


Our membership fees are one of the lowest in the area at £6.50 per session payable on a term basis.

Payment can be made by bank transfer.

More Information

If you would like to know more Harmony Belles, please feel free to contact us using the Contact page.

Covid-19 Policy

Keeping you safe!

New COVID Guidelines for Choir Members - now updated to be Viral Infection Policy and Guidelines

With the changes in the government advice and the removal of free lateral flow tests for the majority of the public we are updating our covid guidelines to a viral infection guidelines. No tests will be required however:

1.   On arrival at the church, please ensure that you use the hand sanitising station available in the entrance hall. We are removing the need to wear masks entering the church.

2.   We will continue to open the back door of the church and position chairs apart to help with ventilation. Please be mindful of other members concerns as they may be different to your own.

3.   If members have a new illness, which it may be possible to transmit to other members e.g. viral infection, covid, gastroenteritis etc, then we ask that they do not attend to reduce the risk of infection to other members in a high risk environment, namely singing.

4.   Anyone who has a household contact with a high suspicion that they have covid we would also encourage not to attend choir.  

5.   In the event that you develop symptoms within 2 days of attending choir rehearsal, please update the choir via the whole choir Whats App group. We suggest that you do not attend choir for 7-10 days from the start of your symptoms.  

It is really important that all members adhere to the requirements for attending rehearsals to ensure the safest possible environment for everyone. Thank you!

April 2022

Latest News

Harmony Belles raises money for Marlow Age Concern and Marlow FM New Home

This summer Harmony Belles found themselves back in the air-conditioned comfort of Borlase Theatre, Marlow as they performed our ‘Around the World in Harmony’ concert, raising a fantastic £2,005.18 for their nominated charities.

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Harmony Belles raises record money for Epilepsy Action

Harmony Belles raises their highest ever concert donation for Epilepsy Action at its ‘Christmas in Harmony’ concert on Friday 2nd of December 2022 in memory of Max

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Harmony Belles: Celebrating Our First Year Together

It’s the start of a new term for Harmony Belles. Our first anniversary is coming up and we have an exciting few weeks planned leading up to our Christmas concert on Friday 2nd of December. Let’s recap on our first year together as the Harmony Belles. What a year it’s been!

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The History of the Sea Shanty

We are currently learning our very first Sea Shanty, ‘The Wellerman’ (Origin – New Zealand, circa 1860) click here to read the history

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The Power of a Choir: What makes singing together so special

“Some people will always be deaf to the beauty of your song. Don’t stop singing.” Trudi Jane‍. There are many physiological and psychological benefits to music. Whether you play an instrument or sing, or just love listening to music, there is no doubt that music making exercises the brain as well as the body. Click to read more

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About Our Taster Sessions

We absolutely love when new members come and see us. So come and join us for a free taster session.
Our next taster session is the
11th January 2024.

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