Polymnia is a chamber choir of twenty-two voices based in the Milton Keynes area. The choir was formed in 2006, and is named after the Greek muse of sacred song. We sing a very wide variety of music to a high standard, under the musical direction of John Byron. Read an independent review of our last concert here.

This summer we went to Italy, where we sang in the prestigious Mantova Chamber Festival. Last year we were selected by Tenors Unlimited to support them on stage at The Stables in Wavendon.  We also sang the national anthems of Fiji and Uruguay in front of a packed Stadium MK (and TV audience) at the Rugby World Cup.

In 2014 we toured Southern Spain, where we had the rare privilege of giving a concert in Granada cathedral and sang in the amazing acoustic of the caves at Nerja.

Two demo CDs are available for £5 each. To hear us on YouTube, scroll down this page to find the links.

Polymnia is affiliated to Making Music.

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29th October 2016: Gala Concert with Lesley Garrett

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We are delighted to announce that the international star, Lesley Garrett, has agreed to join Polymnia as our special guest star for the choir’s Tenth Anniversary Gala Concert at the…

Sunday 17th July – Milton Keynes Festival Fringe

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Polymnia will be performing in the marquee in City Square (outside M&S) as part of the MK 49th birthday celebrations at 2.30pm and again at 3.30pm. Come and join us…

Mantua Chamber Festival, Italy, May/June 2016

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Polymnia have just returned from Italy where they performed at the prestigious Mantova Chamber Festival, presenting three concerts in the Basilica of the Ducal Palace where Monteverdi lived and worked….