“Back in the early part of the year I had a little inner nudge to tend to something that’s been mostly neglected for a very long time. To sing. When I saw Shakti Sings, a big diverse tribe singing to honour the Earth, it felt like that was the kind of singing I needed to do. So I found myself at a monthly rehearsal back in April, and again the following monthly. Completely wonderful, emotional, communal, uplifting… Such a lovely bunch of people, such a thing to be enveloped in sound, and to find a voice waking up in me and it find a place in a sea of voices, and to sing heartful, elemental, life-affirming songs.” Stu McLellan
Shakti Sings Choir welcomes new members all year round. Everything is taught by ear, no experience necessary, just a love of singing!
We rehearse every month, except July and August, in the Hythe Centre, TW18 3HD, Staines, West London. Our dates can be found on the Dates tab at the top of this website.
If you would like to try the Choir out, you don’t need to contact anyone, just come along. The rehearsals are over 4½ hours long and cost £8-13. Noone ever has to audition – all are welcome. We truly believe EVERYONE can sing!
If, after you have tried us out, you would like to join us you will be asked to become a member, which covers insurance and performing rights.
Annual Membership Fee (September-August): £25 (£15 concessions)
Monthly Rehearsal Fee: £13 (£8 concessions)
Sing to the Land Events
These events are open to all, you don’t have to be a member of the Choir to come along. This is an opportunity to visit sacred sites as a group and sing to the Earth! No audience, just us and the Earth. All events are free.
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Shakti Sings Choir have performed across the country including Ammas 2017 London Visit, Solstice celebrations at Stonehenge, Glastonbury Festival, West Holts stage at Glastonbury, World Environment Day at Covent Garden, Hay’s Galleria and The Scoop in London, anti fracking demonstrations in Balcombe.
Shakti Sings have been to Glastonbury Festival for the last 6 years, encouraging people to ‘Love the Farm and Do No Harm’. Our epic mission in 2015
You can also find out more about Shakti Sings at Glastonbury Festival at Gaia’s Guardians