London Hackney Tuneless Choir

The London Hackney Tuneless Choir burst into song on the evening of Thursday 31st January 2019.

The aim of all Tuneless Choirs is to allow people to enjoy group singing without the need to worry what they sound like.  We literally are “singing like no one is listening” – it’s incredibly liberating, especially if you’ve ever been told to stop singing.  Join in wholeheartedly and your endorphins will start flowing. These are the brain’s feel-good chemicals, one of the many reasons why singing with others has been shown to increase life satisfaction.

The choir has been set up by Talibah Rivers, herself an accomplished vocalist with a passion for jazz, but with a belief that singing should be for everyone.

We are excited to announce that London Hackney TLC have found a new home in beautiful and vibrant Art Centre The Old Church in Stoke Newington on Church Street, N16 9ES

Starting Tuesday October 1st we will meet every 1st and 3rd Tuesday in the month:
Doors open 7.45pm we start singing from 8-9.15pm with a short break in between
  • October 1st and 15th
  • November 5th and 19th
  • December 3rd and 17th

Newcomers pay £15 the first time they attend which includes registration and that session. After the first session, the regular price is £10 for ‘pay as you go’ or you can pay in advance for a term for the equivalent of £7.50 per session.

If you have questions you can contact us by emailing londonhackney@tunelesschoir.com or calling Talibah on 07752 522 636.

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Talibah Rivers

Talibah Rivers

London Hackney Tuneless Choir Leader
Outside the Tea House Theatre

Talibah recruiting choir members for the London Vauxhall choir which she also runs.