Horsham Children's Choir for primary aged children.

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Love to sing?

The Horsham children's choir is not currently running, however Mark is now the director of West Sussex Youth Choirs and you can search for a choir in your area on the West Sussex Music website...

You may also like to take a look at Build an Opera which is an annual creative Summer project for 8-14 year olds...

The Team

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Mark Bradbury, BMus (hons), LRAM

Mark lives in Horsham with Lou and their three daughters who all love to sing. Mark began his vocal training with the legendary baritone John Cameron in Manchester and won a scholarship to study singing at The Royal Academy of Music. Theatre always played a big part in Mark’s life. As a performer, he always felt most at-home on the Operatic stage. Mark sang with Glyndebourne Opera for 10 years and learnt so many of his workshop leading skills in the awsome Glyndebourne Education Department. He joined the Glyndebourne Chorus in 1999 and sang with the company for many years. He made his solo Glyndebourne debut at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in 2001 singing Bartholomew/ The Last Supper (Birtwistle). Other operatic roles include Parpignol/ La Boheme (RAH Raymond Gubbay), Arbace/ Idomeneo, Acis/ Acis and Galatea, Monostatos/ Die Zauberflote. Chorally, Mark has enjoyed singing with The Academy of Ancient Music, Gabrieli Consort and Choir of the Age of enlightenment. As a founder member of European Voices, under Sir Simon Rattle, he sang with the OAE and Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra in Berlin and Salzburg in Les Boreades (Rameaux), Peter Grimes (Britten), and Wonderful Town (Bernstein). Mark is the director of the Big Notes and Little Notes Horsham choirs and is a founder/ director of Little Notes, along with running his Horsham Singing Teacher private studio offering one-to-one singing lessons.

Mark Bradbury (Director)
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Lou Bradbury, BMus (hons), LRAM, ARAM

Lou trained at the Royal Academy of Music, winning its Guinness Prize for Music in the Community and the Princess Alice Prize. The RAM has since honoured Lou’s contribution to music with an Associate Membership. Lou plays the flute, piano and ukulele, but her real passion is the recorder. Specialising in baroque and contemporary music, she has recorded several albums with Fontanella and Passacaglia. Live music highlights include performances at London’s Wigmore Hall, broadcasts for BBC Radio 3 and concerts at festivals across Europe. Teaching recorder has brought an exciting dimension to Lou’s career, working with recorder players at the Birmingham Conservatoire, Junior Guildhall and Christ’s Hospital School.

Lou Bradbury (piano)


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The Barn, Causeway, Horsham RH12 1HE

Parking and access

Access is through the double doors behind the building. The driveway is adjacent to the footpath leading from Causeway to The Forum  (and Sainsbury’s car park).

What is Little Notes?

Horsham Children's Choir is brought to you by the founders of Little Notes. Find out more about the other work we do in Horsham and beyond

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