Missing People Choir

The Missing People Choir was formed in 2014 with the aim of using music to build a community of support and connection for families of missing people. In 2017 the Missing People Choir reached a global audience when they reached the finals of Britain’s Got Talent, bringing two missing people home to safety thanks to the publicity it generated.

After a short break, they are back and hoping to have some new members join them as they continue to spread awareness of the issue of missing and remember those who are away from home. It does not matter if you are a seasoned professional or if this is your first time singing in public; all abilities are welcome to join!

Who can join the choir?

The Missing People Choir is open to anyone who has been affected by missing including:

  • Family members who have experiences of someone being missing
  • People who have been missing themselves
  • Friends and family of choir members
  • Staff and volunteers connected to the charity
  • Other agencies connected to missing, Search and Rescue, police, other charities, NCA

How often does the choir meet?

Choir members will aim to meet monthly at a physical venue for rehearsals, but members will be able to meet online socially and stay connected via online platforms and meetings. Opportunities to perform will be scheduled by the Choir Manager and choir members will be encouraged to attend where possible.

Travel expenses will be reimbursed.

The choir is hoping to launch in the Autumn, and you can stay up to date by following them on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.