"My wife Sue and I have been members of Phoenix Choir for a combined time of over ten years and absolutely love it."
Paul (Bass)

"I joined Phoenix choir just over a year ago...When you first start, all the songs are new...[and]to know how the choir sing them with many excellent four-part arrangements... would thoroughly recommend coming along"
Bernie

Music

Below is a list of Songs we currently sing and also those that we are working on.

Repertoire
All songs, unless specified, are original arrangements by Yulia Hauer.

Work in Progress

  • Whatever’s Written in your Heart (Gerry Rafferty)
  • Times Like These (Dave Grohl / Taylor Hawkins / Nate Mendel / Chris Shiflett)
  • Go your Own Way (Lindsey Buckingham)
  • Sea Fever (Adam Saunders & Arr. by)

Performance Ready

  • Billy Joel Medley
  • Thank you for the Music (Benny Andersson / Björn Ulvaeus)
  • The Ultimate Queen Medley
  • Mr Brightside (The Killers)
  • Stitches (Shawn Mende, Arr. Jacob Narveruds)
  • Lean on me (Bill Withers)
  • I Wish (Stevie Wonder)
  • History (One Direction)
  • Don’t look back in Anger (Noel Gallagher)
  • Fireflies (Adam Young)
  • Flow Water (Damien Kehoe & Arr. by)
  • Evening Rise (Traditional Native American)
  • The Monkees’ Mashup
  • Somewhere Over the Rainbow/Singing in the Rain mash up (H Arlen / Y Harburg; NH Brown / A Freed)
  • See Beneath (Labyrinth/Emile Sande)
  • Blackbird (Lennon/McCartney)
  • Hit the Road Jack (Percy Mayfield)
  • Keep you in Peace (Arr Jane Smith)
  • Sunday Morning (Maroon 5)
  • Can’t Take My Eyes Off You (Bob Crewe / Bob Gaudio)
  • Bruno Mars’ Mashup (Grenade/Runaway Baby/When I was your Man)
  • Rhythm of Life (Dorothy Fields / Cy Coleman, Arr. Richard Barnes)

Archive

  • God only Knows (Backing Track)
  • California Dreaming (A cappella)
  • Seasons of Love (Piano Accompaniment)
  • In my Life (Piano and Guitar Accompaniment)
  • Don’t Stop Believing (Backing Track)
  • I’m Yours
  • Happy Ending (Piano Accompaniment)
  • Joy to the World by Three Dog Knight
  • If You Could Read my Mind by Gordon Lightfoot