Vox Steady Choir is an open access adult choir specialising in old and new Pop arrangements alongside many other styles too.
Open to music-readers and non-music-readers alike, the choir is well loved by its members for its satisfying part-singing, friendly leadership and sociable atmosphere.
Vox Steady was set up in 2010 by Robin Colyer in response to a growing demand for a fun, rewarding and non-traditional adult choir. Under Robin’s leadership, the choir grew rapidly to over 40 members. In 2015 the baton was passed to Tom Self where the choir continued thriving before handing over to It's current choir leader, Tom Bayliss.
The Vox Steady term operates in line with the School Term timetables, and run's 10 sessions per term, 3 times a year. We usually break in line with School Half term's where possible.
Term Fee's work via 2 different systems.
FULL TERM ( X10 SESSIONS)
£80 (£8 per session)
CARNET'S (£40, x4 SESSIONS)
Vox Steady also operates a 'Carnet' System. Carnet Cards can be purchased for £40, which allows members entry to x4 sessions, which can be used at any time. This is a popular option with members who's work schedule doesn't always allow them to attend for the full x10 week term.
MONDAY Evening's 7-9PM (TERM TIME)
St Margaret’s Church
St Margaret’s Road
Oxford OX2 6RX
Alongside leading the Vox Steady Choir, Tom is also currently playing Keyboards on The Bob Dylan Story UK Theatre Tour 2019.
Recently, Tom has been filming for MTV'S Reality TV series, "Teen Mom" as on-screen rehearsal/performance pianist, appearing in episodes throughout season 7, airing in both the UK and USA throughout 2020.
Other credits include: Peter Pan (MD/Keys, Watersmeet Theatre, Rickmansworth). The Missing Company of Sherlock Holmes (UK Theatre Tour). The Bob Dylan Story (UK Theatre Tour 2020)The Lionel Richie Songbook (Keys, UK Theatre Tour), Slapstick Symphony (Keys, UK Theatre Tour), Jack and the Beanstalk (MD/Keys, Wyllyotts Theatre, Potters Bar), Bananaman: The Musical (Associate Orchestrator/Keyboard Programmer, Southwark Playhouse), Our House (MD/Keys 1, Edinburgh Fringe Festival), Summer Holiday: The Cliff Richard Musical (AMD/Keys 1, Wyvern Theatre), The Sound Of Musicals (MD/Keys 1, Shepperton Film Studios).
He has also been fortunate to play for some pop artists including Ella Henderson and Jermain Jackman (Winner of the voice 2014). Tom is also a passionate music producer with his work appearing on ITV News London and the Elaine Paige Show (BBC Radio 2)