About Us

Gravesham's Only Chamber Choir....

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The Marlowe Singers are joined by our passion to sing and perform, we are the only Chamber Choir in Gravesham and were founded in 1982 by Peter Marlowe.

We are a ladies chamber choir singing SSA & SSAA arrangements.

We have regular concerts and take part in community events and often sing with local orchestral groups.

The choir has run for over 30years and is the musical institution of Gravesend, we are a member of the Gravesham Arts Council and all come from the locality..... Join Us!

We have appeared in the past in a film as part of the BBC Documentary series "When I get older". We have also been featured on Radio Kent and in The News Shopper, This is Local London and The Medway Times.

Our Musical Director - Adrian Connell



Our current musical director is Adrien Connell, who was previously the conductor for the Ruskin Choir in Croydon.

Adrian graduated in 1987 with a joint BA honours degree in English and Music with a major in composition and conducting. Professionally he has always worked in music publishing. However Adrian has always enjoyed making music and has enjoyed both playing and conducting a number of different ensembles. Adrian has previously worked as a freelance bass guitar player in a number of professional bands, and taught jazz improvisation for many years. Since 1991 Adrian has been involved with choral music and choral conducting. Adrian is also a published composer.

Rehearsal: Thursdays, 7.45pm, St Andrew's Arts Centre, Gravesend (see map on homepage) generally term time only.

Get in touch:

Christine Shrosbee Choir Secretary, 07516 956259

@MarloweSingers

Our Piano Accompanist

We are pleased to welcome our new accompanist Jo Kemsley. Jo says,'I've been playing the piano since I was four years old, and studied Music at Bristol University. Past piano experiences are too numerous to mention here; but in 2018 I have played Elfrida Andree's Piano Quartet in Tokyo, performed Chopin's Cello Sonata in Aix-en-Provence, and played the keyboards for a big band at various gigs around London. I teach the piano in the Dartford area.'