The Rockabillies Adults Choir

The Rockabillies Choir is a fun, welcoming adult Choir for anyone who likes to sing.  We have an open door policy where you can join at any point during the year and there are no auditions or entry requirements of any sort.

We sing rock, funk, pop, soul and all sorts of wonderful songs from Billie Holliday and the Andrews Sisters through to Bruno Mars and Madonna!

We perform regularly at local events and we also enjoy the odd Flash Mob or two!  We have sung on the tram, in Asda, in pubs and most recently at Nottingham Castle and each time we bring surprise, shock and then hopefully joy and smiles to everyone around!

If you want to join a very happy and fun choir then this is the one for you.

Choir Day/Time

We meet every Wednesday during term time at Rockabillies at 8pm for an hour and a half.  

Contact us for more details and payment options.

Nicola Hunt Bmus(hons)PGdipgradRNCM - Choir Leader

Since joining the Rockabillies Choir as Leader in June 2015, Nicola has been thrown into a fabulous and exciting new world of Flash mobs, Concerts, Festivals, TV Auditions and Madonna Medleys - wonderful! 

Nicola conducts the Rockabillies choir in rehearsals and performances.  She begins each session with warm ups and exercises designed to strengthen and develop each singers’ vocal ability and awareness of pitch and rhythm, which in turn increases the overall sound quality and confidence of the choir as a whole.

Previously, Nicola attended Chetham’s School of Music and graduated from the Royal Northern College of Music with both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in music and performance. She then toured as a professional Opera singer across Europe with Diva Opera.  

Nicola enjoys singing and teaching all kinds of music, and is especially passionate about helping each person to enjoy their voice and reach their potential - to feel confident and proud of their singing. 

‘Singing your heart out’ with a group of lovely, welcoming and like-minded people is an excellent way to start the journey!  



1940's Knees Up at Nottingham Castle - 2nd May 2016