Easy-to-use choir parts app
- 200+ ready-to-use choir arrangements by some of the word’s leading arrangers
- Easily adjust each voicing and backing track part
- Slow down song sections for learning
- Cycle and loop individual sections
- Listen, learn and sing along by isolating and mute song parts
- Easy-to-use app: takes minutes to learn and saves you time and stress
Choir app for practice and performance
Choir Player iOS and Android app allows you to control and combine the four separate vocal parts and backing track any way you like.
A library of backing tracks on your phone. Connect to your sound system via cable or bluetooth for ultimate teaching flexibility. An indispensible teaching aide – instantly demo the vocal parts leaving you hands-free to guide your singers.
Designed for community choirs with arrangements for 200+ songs from pop, rock, gospel, jazz, classical, Christmas and more.
Try before you buy – free app with sample track included. Low cost in-app purchases of £1.99-£2.99 per song.
Make rehearsing and performing with your Choir a whole lot easier, and more fun.
“And what an app it is! Cannot sing its praises enough…Thank you all for creating something that takes care of everything. As a full time singer this has saved my voice!”
Over 200 songs and we add new ones every week. They are all fully licensed and legal.
Choir members can learn parts and practice with the choir, even when they are at home
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Choir Player will make your life so much easier. From song selection to distribution and rehearsals, Choir Player ticks all the boxes – designed by choirs for choirs.
About our Musical Director
Jane Reeves is a full time choir leader as well as the Choir Player Musical Director. She’s been integral to ensuring the app delivers rehearsal and performance functionality that makes leading a choir a lot less stressful and a lot more fun.
“I love my job! It’s the best in the world. I split my time between writing, recording and performing Choir Player arrangements and running my choirs who perform regularly for charity all over East Sussex.”