Choirs for Climate

Singing to change the world

Welcome to Choirs for Climate! This page offers resources for any choirs who are passionate about the environment. Find causes to support, get new music, tips on becoming an eco-friendly choir, and much more.

News, events, and new music

Green Love – 6 new songs for children’s choir from Jo and Alexander L’Estrange – with body percussion and backing band (or piano only). Watch the video here. Recording, backing tracks and scores available from the L’Estranges.

Yince A Paradise – in October the Dunedin Consort premiered a new work by Drew Hammond which sets a new text by Scottish writer Isobel McArthur and presents a profound meditation on the threats posed by climate change. Watch Drew discuss the piece here.

New music added from “Protest In Harmony” – Leave The Oil In The Ground (SATB) and Another World Is Possible (flexible 5-part), both free to download – and a selection of Nature Songs by Penny Stone for flexible 2-4 part choirs.

Click here to see older additions to the site and past events.

What’s available at Choirs For Climate?

New music, free – much of the music on this site can be downloaded for free and used by your choir straight away. Lists for all choir types now available – unison, 2-3 parts and 4+ parts.

New music, reasonably priced – a wide variety of environment-themed music for choirs, available from commercial sites.

Becoming an eco-friendly choir – tips and ideas from all around the world on how to reduce your choir’s carbon footprint

Concerts, events and recordings – listen to music online or in person

Resources and information – guides, essays and talks on music and climate change

Causes and charities to support – a list of groups and causes that you could support with a performance or by campaigning

Get involved – join #ChoirsForClimate as a choir director, singer, composer, lyricist, or in other ways

Organisations – other groups working in the area of music and climate change

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