Photographs courtesy of Tim Jenkins
In December 2022 we fundraised for local charity White Lodge!
We were proud to be part of the "Concert for Refugees in 2022 that raised over 10,000 Pounds to support Ukranian Refugees.
Walton Voices leads the carol singing at Walton Festival of light Nov 2019
Workshop with Cardinal Newman School, 23 May, 2018
At our 2017 Christmas Concert we raised £533.47 for the local charity, White Lodge Centre, which provides support for disabled children, young people and adults - and their families and carers.
Whiteley Village Centenary Celebrations
Sunday 16th July, 2017.
Walton Voices give an informal Christmas concert at Walton Day Centre
5th December, 2015
Walton Voices aims to be a choir with the local community at its heart; the Choir actively seeks ways to support organisations and promote the arts in Elmbridge. The Choir regularly participates in community events: for example, carol singing at the Heart in Walton, the Medicine Garden in Cobham and Walton Day Centre, as well as at local care homes and hospices. Recently the Choir has also worked with local schools to support their music curriculum as well as giving children the opportunity to rehearse and perform with the Choir. If you have an event you would like the Choir to be involved with, please contact a member of the Committee with details.
In December 2021 we supported YES Futures at our Christmas Concert:
Xmas 2021 - Unable to perform our normal concert at St Andrew's Holborn this year, we supported NSIF at our concert in Weybridge and raised £700 for them.
Over £700 raised for the charity Lifelites at our Christmas concert 2019
Xcel Activity Day
Sunday 17th September, 2017
Walton Voices and Walton Oak School combine forces
For our Christmas Concert, Walton Oak School joined us and we combined to sing a couple of pieces, this being one of them by John Rutter.
Walton Voices BaroqueWorkshop with Cardinal Newman School, Walton
What Our Singers Are Saying:
“When I decided to join the choir I hadn't sung for many years. But it was really easy to join, no auditions, and lots of help to learn the music. “I feel privileged to be able to take part in singing the choral classics that are part of our repertoire. As well as making new friends, I am singing music I love, brushing up on long idle sight reading skills and finding out about my community from long-time local residents."