Photo: Ruth Corney & Beatrice Foschetti

Projects: New Mixed Up Chorus

Musical Director: Jeremy Haneman
Creative Producer: Holly Jones

The New Mixed Up Chorus has no enemies. Only friends. We believe that if we sing next to each other, we'll live well next to each other.

The Mixed Up Chorus was co-founded in 2013 by Holly Jones and Jeremy Haneman to bring people from different backgrounds, faiths and cultures together through music. It began life as part of the arts and culture programme at 3FF, a charity committed to building positive relationships between people of different faiths and beliefs. In July 2017 the current choir community became independent from 3FF and reestablished as The New Mixed Up Chorus. The choir is non-auditioned and intergenerational, uniting audiences and members through a love of music, a global repertoire, regular performances and exciting collaborations with other artists.

The choir is led by musical director Jeremy Haneman.
Find out more about Mixed Up Chorus in The Times and on BBC Radio 4.


In 2017 Mixed Up Chorus worked with composer Mike Roberts and librettist Sarah Grange along with refugees and migrants from Freedom from Torture, Islington Refugee Centre and Rhyl Primary School to create a new song cycle – Singing Our Lives. The project was supported by partners 3FF, the Migration Museum, the International Organisation for Migration, Camden Music and Voluntary Action Camden.


For enquiries about booking The New Mixed Up Chorus to perform, please email:


Interested in Joining?

The New Mixed Up Chorus welcomes people of all backgrounds, beliefs, genders, ages (although if you're 16 or under please come with an adult) and all levels of singing ability.

We only admit new members from the waiting list once or twice a year.

If you'd like to join the list and receive a reminder before our next free taster session, please email:


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