30th March 2019

The chorus will be performing in concert as guests of Compass Acapella on Saturday the 30th of March at Holy Trinity Church, The Avenue, Washington Village, NE38 7LE. The concert is to raise funds towards the upkeep of the church. The concert starts at 7.30pm.

A great start to the concert year with a concert to a packed house with superb singing by the chorus, Compass and South Side.

Feedback from the organisers:

I felt I must drop you a line to thank you for the most entertaining concert last night.  The programme was well judged for the audience and slickly presented whilst maintaining a very relaxed atmosphere.  I was especially impressed by the Ladies who showed a beautiful blend and excellent dynamic control. (And what an alto line!)  Please pass on my best wishes to all concerned.
I have not yet  received a full accounting but we seem to have taken over £500 on the door (with tickets and raffle) which is a splendid help towards our goal of improving our toilet and kitchen facilities.


30th April 2019

The chorus will once again  be the guests of Compass Acapella at an evening concert on Tuesday the 30th of April 2019 at All Saints Church, Cleadon Lane, Cleadon, Tyne and Wear, SR6 7UU. The concert will commence at 7.30pm. 

A stunning performance tonight resulting in a standing ovation. Great support from Enigma and superb singing from Compass and South Side. The full  house enjoyed a wonderful mix of music and the event raised £446 for the church tower restoration.





11th May 2019

Tyneside A Cappella  will be special guests of Compass at a concert in Talbot Road Methodist Church on Talbot Road, South Shields, NE34 0GL. The concert will commence at 7.30pm.

The packed and appreciative audience enjoyed two hours of fabulous entertainment. Tyneside  A Cappella, Compass, Enigma and South Side charmed the audience with a stunning collection of music helping to raise £300 for the church.


15th June 2019

The chorus will be performing in concert in Morpeth Methodist Church, 1 Howard Road, Morpeth, NE61 1HU. The concert will start at 7.30 pm and all proceeds from the evening will go to the Ashington branch of The Samaritans.

A stunning performance by the chorus and two fabulous sets from Enigma culminating in a standing ovation. A fabulous audience whe loved everything that they heard and also raised £830 for the charity.



4th July 2019

The chorus will be singing in concert at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church, 1 Church Way, Whitley Bay NE25 9PG. The concert is being given for the Ecumenical Society and is a return visit after a successful concert in 2017. The concert will start at 7.30pm and special guests for the evening will be Enigma. 

It was standing room only as the chorus sang to a full house. A fabulous evening of entertainment and a superb performance by the chorus and Enigma resulting in another standing ovation. The evening raised almost £550 for local charities.

Comments from the audience:

Well done you were fabulous, you made lovely harmonies, how difficult some of the songs and arrangements are, how did we remember it all without the music copy , fantastic soun. 


20th July 2019

Tyneside A Cappella will join forces with Compass Acapella at Beamish Museum on Saturday the 20th of July 2019. The lunchtime concert will commence at 1.30pm in the Masonic Hall in the town centre.

A fabulous concert given by both choruses to a full house, suported by Enigma and South Side. Also a world premierre for a specially commisioned arrangement by Dr Liz Garnett of A million Dreams from The Greatest Showman. A very emotional song beautifully performed by Compass.


4th September 2019

The chorus has been invited once again to sing at the Citizenship Ceremony at Newcastle  Civic Centre at 2pm on Wednesday the 4th of September 2019. This is a private event.

The chorus were honoured today to be invited to sing at a Citizenship Ceremony at Newcastle Civic Centre today where 22 new British Citizens took the oath of allegiance and a further 22 affirmed their allegiance and pledge. The people were from all over the world - Peru, China, Ghana, Iraq, Iran, Syria, Yugoslavia and many more. The ceremony was attended by the Lord Mayor of Newcastle and the Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Tyne and Wear.The chorus has been asked to do the same in September 2020.

Some comments from the new Brtish Citizens - awesome, brilliant, so professional and disciplined.


14th September 2019

The chorus will be singing to raise funds for Macmillan Nurses in a concert to be held in St Paul's Church, Ryhope Road South, Sunderland, SR2 0HH. THe chous will be joined by guest artists Compass Acapella and the joint concert will start at 7.30pm.in this beautiful church raised a lot of money for Macmillan Nurses a truly worthwhile cause.

A truly wonderful night of music was enjoyed by the packed audience in this beautiful church. The two choruses supported by Enigma and South Side charmed the congregation with a wonderful selection of music which was beautifully sung. The evning raised almost £400 for the Macmillan charity a truly worthy cause.

Feedback from the audience:

'The best choirs we've ever had in this church'

'You could hear every word so clearly even at the back of the church'


28th September 2019

The choir will be performing at St John's Church, Church Road, Sheriff Hill, Gateshead, NE9 5RD as guests of Compass Acapella. This is a new venue for the choir and the concert will start at 7.00pm.

The church was full, there was an air of expectancy  and Tyneside A Cappella and Compass performed to a level that has never been heard before. The audience were spellbound by the wonderful programme of music which created one of those magical evenings. The evening raised £518 much needed funding for the church.

Feedback from an audience member

'The best Saturday night I've ever had!'


19th October 2019

Tyneside A Cappella have been invited to perform in concert at St Edwards R.C. Church, Coquet Avenue, Whitley Bay, NE26 1EE, on the 19th of October 2019. The chorus will be joined by guests Compass Acapella and the concert will start at 7.30pm.

The two choirs and Enigma gave faultless performances to a full church. The evening raised £1207 for church funds.

Monsignor Faley commented:

The two choirs performed in harmony with each other and there were no soloist  just everyone singing for each other. Your performance was not just clever but also wise. Wise because it had depth, emotion and you communicated with each other and your audience. Singing without accompaniment is the most difficult type of singing and tonight both of the choirs were magnificent.


 28th Novermber 2019

The chorus has once again been invited back to sing at the official lighting of the Christmas tree sent from Norway. Every year the people of Bergen in Norway send a tree to the city of Newcastle and the chorus will be singing festive music at the 'switch on'. The event takes place at Newcastle Civic Centre from 5pm.

The chorus once again provided a beautiful musical backdrop to the wonderful civic event. The guests were entertained after the 'switch on' as the chorus once again thrilled with a high energy performance.


Follow the link below to hear the programme broadcast of the event.




7th December 2019

Beamish Museum - Tyneside A Cappella will be presenting a concert sprinkled with Christmas songs in the Masonic Hall starting at 1.30pm. Special gusest for the concert will be Compass Acapella

It was standing room only today as these two choirs supported by Enigma and South Side enchanted the audience with a mixture of Christmas music and popular songs. It's doubtful whether the Masonic Hall at Beamish has ever heard anything like this before.


21st December 2019 

The chorus will be presenting a Christmas concert to raise funds for Guide Dogs for the Blind. The concert on Saturday the 21st of December will be held at The Church of the Holy Saviour, Crossway, Tynemouth, NE30 2LB, Tyne and Wear.The concert will start at 7.30pm and the chorus along with special guests Enigma will present a show including music for the festive season as well as music from their cd recording.

A wonderful Christmas concert to end the year was enjoyed by the audience who enjoyed the programme so much it resulted in a standing ovation. The Guide Dogs fo the Blind charity also raised £950 on the night.