All Sing! Harrow Road Community Choir is a singing group based in North Paddington. The Choir is open to everyone regardless of age, background or musical experience and we sing a variety of music from all genres, from many different cultures, and in languages from across the world.

You don’t need to be able to read music, as all songs are learned by ear, and there are no auditions – all we ask is enthusiasm and commitment!

Whether you’ve never sung before, used to sing but haven’t in years, or sing regularly; the choir offers a great opportunity to meet people from your local area, make friends and develop your singing skills with professional leaders and musicians.


The choir rehearses weekly during term-time and  is based at Paddington Academy, Marylands Road, London W9 2DR. We also perform at least one concert each term, and have performed at venues including Wigmore Hall, The Roundhouse and Paddington Central, as well as at a local venues such as Maida Hill Market Place, Paddington Library, City of Westminster College and a number of local churches and community settings.


Rehearsals are on Tuesday evenings, from 7 –  9pm, and anyone is free to turn up and give it a go!  You can come try us out before deciding whether to join; fees are low.


This is a short video from our Winter concert in 2013 at St. John’s Church, Kensal Green.  We’re singing “Sombamba”, let by our accompanist Joe Bunker.


“SOMBAMBA” video – embedded from Youtube

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For more information about joining the choir, click here

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To see current term dates visit the rehearsals page here

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To request a performance by the choir, click here

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