The Wing Singers – who are we?
The Wing Singers
is a true Community Choir, open to all ages and levels of ability whether living in Wing or any of the surrounding towns or villages. Founded in January 2015, The Wing Singers provides a wonderful opportunity to find your voice and learn a variety of classical and contemporary songs in a friendly and fun environment.

Although about 75% of our choir members are from Wing, we have members from 18 other towns and villages, currently: Aylesbury, Bletchley, Cheddington, Cublington, Drayton Parslow, Granborough, Leighton Buzzard, Linslade, Mentmore, Milton Keynes, Newton Longville, Newton Leys,  Soulbury, Stewkley, Stoke Hammond, Tring, Wendover and Wingrave.

No singing experience required!
There are no auditions and there is no need to be able to read music. The choir learns songs in unison as well as two, three and four part harmony. Teaching tracks are posted on the website for members to use to help with their singing practice at home. Occasional workshops help develop members’ musicianship skills, vocal technique and confidence.

Where do we sing?
Rehearsals take place in the Wing Village Hall, 71 Leighton Road, Wing LU7 0NN (see the Calendar section for specific dates and times).

The Wing Singers choir meets for rehearsals lasting two hours, with an interval, on most Sunday evenings during school term time. The normal starting time is 5pm (doors open at 4:30pm and voice warm-up exercises normally start at 4:45pm) and an average of 60 members have attended rehearsals during 2018. From time to time The Wing Singers  perform at weddings, concerts, carnivals and other special events in and around the local area.

Newcomers are very welcome to attend any rehearsal – even taking part within the choir – with no obligation, to see if the choir meets their needs. Car parking is available both at the Village Hall and in the (free) public car park diagonally across the road.

What do we sing?
The choir’s music repertoire is essentially a mixture of popular and less well-known songs, including those from Broadway hits and West End musicals. Popular older songs are also included, together with a very small amount of more serious church music. The full listing of our songs is shown on the Repertoire page. To give a feel for the happy spirit of both The Wing Singers and the musical repertoire, our repertoire even includes Bring Me Sunshine.

How are we organised?
The choir is run by a committee of hardworking volunteers and other members take on specific roles as needed. If you enjoy the choir and want to see it continue, do have a think about volunteering to help with the running of it.

Further information can be found by using the named tabs at the top of the page.


The Wing Singers were awarded the bronze medal (with commendation) in the competition for community choirs at the 2019 Milton Keynes Festival of the Arts, held on 15 March, after which the adjudicator included in his critique: ‘Surely every person in this choir is the richer for being part of it.’


Competing for the first time at this prestigious Festival on 9 March 2018, The Wing Singers came FIRST in the Class for Open Community Choirs with more than 21 singers.


small-70The Wing Singers choir is registered as a beneficiary of the Aylesbury Vale District Council Lottery (Vale Lottery), that was established in 2015 to help raise funds for community causes.  Of every £1 lottery ticket purchased, 50p will come to the choir if the purchaser elects to support it.  To play, go to http://www.valelottery.co.uk
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In both 2015 and 2016 The Wing Singers received funds from the Aylesbury Vale Community Chest, a now discontinued community grants scheme that was run jointly by AVDC and VAHT.