The National Association of Choirs was formed by British choirs to provide support and services for its members - the choirs.
Formed in 1920, the N.A.C's original aims were to represent choirs' interests in relation to music festivals. More recently its activities have expanded widely to provide British choirs with a range of support services as part of its charitable mandate "to promote and sustain the art and public performance of choral music."
The association currently has over 450 choirs in membership drawn from the whole of Britain - England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, north and south Wales - and covering the spectrum of male and female choirs, mixed choirs and choral societies, and youth choirs. There are also a few barbershop choirs; these and any other true choral group are very welcome to join in membership.
We specialise in providing services to choirs and are not strictly a competitive organisation with the likes of Nfms, BFYC, BABS, etc..
Please visit our website to find out more about us and the services we provide.