The N10 Choir repertoire spans the spectrum of music from the works of the great classical composers, to war-time favourites and much-loved movie songs.

A Clare Benediction John Rutter
A New year Carol Benjamin Britten
Adiemus Songs of Sanctuary Karl Jenkins
Alleluia William Boyce
Amen Siakudumisa S.C. Molefe
Angels from the realms David Willcocks
Angelus Ad Virginum David Willcocks
An Irish blessing Bob Chilcott
As with gladness men of old Conrad Kocher
A'Tocchi A'Tocchi Lamberto Pietropoli
Ave Maris Stella Edvard Grieg
Banuwa - Liberian Canon
Blue Moon Richard Rogers
Cantique de Jean Racine Gabriel Faure
Cantus inequalis Karl Jenkins
Carol of the bells M Leontovich
Da doo ron ron ron Jeff Barry
Dona nobis pacem Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
El Haderech Nurit Hirsch
Evening prayer Engelbert Humperdinck
Get me to the church on time Frederick Loewe
Goodnight sweetheart Calvin Carter
Gloria R590 Antonio Vivaldi
Honono - Trad. South Africa
Hosanna nkosi phezulu
I will sing with the spirit John Rutter 
Laudate dominum Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 
Masters in this hall William Morris
My favourite things Richard Rogers
Nativity carol John Rutter
O come all ye faithful
O come o come Immanuel
O Danny boy - check
O Holy Night Adolphe Adam
O little town of Bethlehem
On suuri sun rantas Hyokki
Once in royal David's city
Que sera sera Jay Livingston
Ring Christmas bells M Leontovich
Sanctus Gabriel Faure
Senzenina - Trad. South Africa
Signor Abate Beethoven
Signore delle Cime Giuseppe de Marzi
Silent night Franz Gruber
Singing in the rain Nacio Herb Brown
Siyahamba - Trad. South Africa
Stille Nacht Franz Gruber
Swing low sweet chariot
Szello Zug Lajos Bardos
The hills are alive Richard Rogers
The Lord bless you and keep you John Rutter
The Sally gardens Benjamin Britten
The seal lullaby Eric Whitacre
This Little Light of Mine - Spiritual
Thou must leave thy lowly dwelling Hector Berlioz
Tod ist ein langer Schlaf - Joseph Haydn  
Tundra Ola Gjeilo
Wade in the water - Spritiual
We wish you a merry Christmas
We'll meet again Ross Parker
While shepherds watched their flocks