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Cerys Hogg

Musician Composer Educator

The Kenningtones Choir

For the past seven years Cerys has directed The Kenningtones – a super-groovy top-tune-tastic choir based near Waterloo Station, at Morley College, London. The Kenningtones sing an eclectic mix of soul, jazz, pop, rock, world and film music, always with style and rhythmic drive.

For more information about booking The Kenningtones or becoming a member visit the Morley College website.

The V.I.P. Singers

The V.I.P.Singers are a group of  visually impaired people and their friends and supporters who meet every Saturday morning. Currently we are meeting online.

They have performed at events in the Houses of Parliament, The Tate Modern, Southwark Cathedral as well as at St Thomas’.

For more information about joining ring 07770 381 758 or visit

Hear Cerys talk about The V.I.P. Singers on Morley Radio here!

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Sing for Joy

Sing for Joy is a weekly session for people with Sing for Joy Bloomsbury is for people with Parkinson’s Disease and similar conditions and their friends and carers.

We currently meet online on Thursdays at 4.00pm.

For more information ring 07595 320 767 or email


“Cerys has been musical director of the Visually Impaired People’s Singing Group based at St Thomas’s Hospital in London for about 5 years. She is unfailingly innovative, resourceful, versatile  and fun every Saturday morning. The Singers all adore her.

She has a fantastic talent and we take full advantage.”


Sarah Janikoun MBBS DO MRCOphth
Honorary Associate Specialist in Ophthalmology, Guy’s and St Thomas’s Foundation Trust

“Friendly, funny and full of singing and joy! I love being a member of The Kenningtones Choir.  The sessions are fast-paced, vocally (and sometimes mentally) challenging, but always full of humour and laughter. 
Cerys, our leader, is fun and supportive and we sing her innovative arrangements of popular songs from a range of genres. 

The Kenningtones Choir is a great place to be on a Wednesday evening.”

Jo Salter, Kenningtones member since 2011.

“With sing for joy I learnt how to find my voice and overcome my nerves. 
Singing with Sing for Joy is fun, educational and a good form of therapy.”  


Mark – member of Sing for Joy

“My voice had become very weak to the extent that it was often reduced to a barely audible squeak. I was prescribed voice therapy which made me aware that without long term voice exercises, I would lose the gains I had made. I joined Sing for Joy.

For me singing is a wonderful voice maintenance tool: thoroughly enjoyable, therapeutic and socially constructive.”

Peter – member of Sing for Joy

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