Secret Eastleigh Choir


The Secret Eastleigh Choir stands out from other choirs because it embraces a unique approach – you don’t need to possess singing abilities to become a member. We gather to sing a variety of songs, ranging from popular hits to contemporary tunes that capture our interest.

My name is Nick Tann, and I not only manage the choir but also play the guitar. I founded this choir with the goal of fostering a sense of community and enjoyment among its members. In addition to being a professional guitar and singing teacher, I am also a performer and vocalist.

Our sessions are every Thursday.

The sessions commence from 7.30 and last 1 hour finishing at 8.30 The cost is Β£8 per session and payment can be made via card, cash or by scanning a QR code on the night.

Our choir are a warm and friendly group of individuals who share a deep passion for singing. We hold our sessions at The Wells Centre, conveniently located in central Eastleigh. You are welcome to join us without prior booking – simply show up and join in. We provide a supportive and enjoyable atmosphere and are always excited to welcome new members. We have a lively Facebook Group as well as this website.

This is the above video with sound


This is one of our favourites!

Any questions please use the form below.


  1. Kay

    I’m really pleased I’ve found the Secret Eastleigh Choir. I was really nervous about coming the first time as I haven’t sung in a choir since I was at school! Every week I feel my confidence slowly growing and singing has become my prescription for managing my anxiety. I love it thank you 😊

  2. Alison M

    Thank you for a great first session last week. I arrived alone on foot, was made welcome by everyone, had a great sing-song and walked home with two neighbours I’d never met before, who I’m meeting at 7.15 next week to walk to Secret Eastleigh Choir together with!
    If you’re wondering whether to join in then please do come along and give it a try in person.
    Being of a certain age I knew the words to Wonderful World, The Name Of the Game and Shiny Happy People off by heart; another Alison shared her copy of Down Town with me and Nick Tann had paper copies of Big Iron and Lone Star with him. Some members were following the words on ipads/phones – there’s an option for everyone.
    Nick encouraged us to sing the same song higher (and higher!) to show ourselves what we were really capable of and said that he is always up for suggestions.
    Two of my friends attend another meeting elsewhere in the building and said they enjoy listening to the choir in the background.
    See you next week 😁

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