New members always welcome!

For funky women who love singing, having a laugh and working

towards a goal. We welcome singers of any age & standard.

We perform songs from contemporary music, jazz, soul, musicals, gospel, classical and much more. No experience necessary... just enthusiasm


We cannot wait to run classes in person again. This will begin on 16th September 2020.

Due to the unprecedented situation we've all found ourselves in, we will be following government guidelines and updating information as and when. 

For the time being, we will be socially distancing as much as it's feasible within session. We will eliminate the need to queue on entrance and will no longer be requiring a register or be accepting cash at the door. In order to limit class sizes, we will unfortunately have to take bookings for the term, so will not be offering the opportunity to turn up and Pay as You Go. We apologise for this lack of flexibility.

 Please ensure that you do not attend any sessions if you are feeling unwell. 

Please note, the Wiltshire Music Centre venue has changed temporarily to the main auditorium. 



My friend Alex was a member from the beginning. She kept telling me about the fun she was having and as soon as I moved back to the area I joined this merry band of ladies! It's a very relaxed choir. We aim to do our best,  competing in festivals and performing to entertain and bring ourselves pleasure;  seeing the joy on the faces of our audience is something that also brings me joy!

Fliss  is quite an amazing teacher, somehow managing to get the best out of us! We are also very lucky to have an amazing Pianist, Kate, without whom we'd be lost! If you feel the need to sing outside of your shower or driving in the car, I would recommend coming along to our friendly, fun and fabulous Courage Choir!  Cath

After singing with another choir for 8 years I joined Courage Choir and have loved every minute. It’s great fun and Felicity’s style of teaching and the variety of music is just what I was looking for. I decided to go to Brighton to get to know some of the members better and grasp the dynamics of the group. It was a brilliant weekend with everyone making me feel welcome.    Sue

I always come out smiling from my Wednesday evening choir practice - best therapy in the world - and we sound pretty good too!     Tina.

I moved to Bath not knowing a soul but my neighbour (coincidentally the choir’s Pianist) invited me to choir with her. I was warmly welcomed, loved the fact that there is NO AUDITION and felt right at home. The sound we make is lovely and it is definitely the most fun I’ve ever had in a choir!   Kerry