Welcome to Delicious Sounds

Delicious Sounds Choir is based slightly to the north of Southampton city centre, and draws members from all over the city and beyond. There are no auditions, all songs are taught by ear, and we sing in 4 or 5 part harmony without accompaniment. Look out for our performances, or come and join us in rehearsals on Monday evenings.

" Thank you so much for energising all of us... Where do you get all your enthusiasm and energy from? Well done you, Fiona! - what a woman!" Annie A, Choir member.
"Singing with Fiona is a total joy. She combines a high level of professionalism with a delightful sparkly warmth, fine-tuning our voices into a truly delicious sound". Sharon, Choir member.

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Open to everyone

Singing with Delicious Sounds involves no auditions. You do need to be able to hold a tune while the person next to you is singing another harmony. You don’t have to be able to read music as Fiona and the other co-teachers will guide you through learning your song part.

This is seriously fun singing!

Latest news

Music in the City Performances

We are not officially in the programme, but we are performing twice!

Saturday 7th October, 10.30am, a free concert  Southampton Central Library celebrating the start of National Libraries Week.  Book your free seat here.

Saturday 7th October, 2.30pm, performing in Southampton Guildhall Square with Sing Out Children’s Choir performing Fiona’s composition ‘We’re All Here From Around the World’. Organised by Southampton Music Hub. Join the song!


New intern

Delicious Sounds Choir is delighted to be joined this term by Winchester University student, Diana Dracea.

Diana is in her final year of a BA in Vocal and Choral Studies. Musical director, Fiona Funnell, taught on the course module Voice in Education. Diana delivered her assessed vocal workshop to Delicious Sounds Choir in May. Fiona says,

‘Singers in choir were very impressed with Diana’s clear teaching style and electric energy. We’re thrilled to have her with us for two terms’.