Find out about our upcoming events:
All events are listed in our calendar on our Events page, you can see and click on highlighted dates at the bottom of every page too.
See posters of our main public events here:
A warm welcome awaits you in January at our Open Rehearsals.
Observe or learn alongside us as we start working on new songs to our repertoire
An opportunity to experience the camaraderie of singing in a choir. We hope you like it and may decide to come back but there is no obligation.
For location map and other information see our Rehearsals page.
Introduction to the Choir
The Harrow Apollo Male Choir (HAMC) is a long-established, mixed-experienced, friendly choir that aims to perform to a professional standard in support of good causes, predominantly in Harrow and the surrounding area. We have a wide repertoire, with new songs introduced regularly. Our emphasis is on enjoying singing, whilst aspiring to a high standard; having fun and raising money for good causes.
The HAMC membership comprises both choristers and associates. New members are always welcome.In addition to the Full Choir, we have an Ensemble of about 16 choristers, who are able to perform in smaller venues.
The Full Choir or Ensemble are available for a variety of events.We can provide a customised choral programme from our varied repertoire for whatever kind of event you have in mind.We also provide talks about the choir. Please contact our Concert Manager to discuss your requirements.(Tel.020 8868 2228 email:booking.harrowAMC@gmail.com). Price on application. We do not charge for charitable events.
We are very proud of our fundraising efforts for many good causes:
£143,287 raised so far!
Bentley Priory Battle of Britain Trust, Stanmore
DeHavilland Aircraft Museum
Harrow Music Service
Hearing Dogs For the Deaf
Help for Heroes
Hillingdon Autistic Care and Support
Llandudno Youth Music Theatre
Paul Strickland Scanner Appeal, Northwood
RAF Benevolent Fund
St Anselms Church, Hatch End
St John Ambulance Assoc, Clarkenwell
St Lukes Hospice, Kenton
Watford Sheltered Workshop