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Leeds Musical Theatre Choir is a choir based in the heart of Leeds that specialises in performing songs from everyone's favourite musicals from stage and screen. Whilst the choir has high standards and great pride in the quality of the sound it makes it welcomes new members regardless of their musical experience. The choir places a lot of emphasis on being a community, a place where life long friends are formed through the wonder of music.

The choir was founded by musical director and arranger Robert Sanders in 2020, opening it's doors to the public in February 2022.

Despite being a relatively 'new' choir we have grown in size and now has over 300 members. In its first year LMTC performed 3 sell out performances at Yeadon Town Hall. In 2023 we are performing at the spectacular 'Huddersfield Town Hall' and 'St Georges Hall'.

We'd love to have you onbaord with us for this magical journey!


Robert Sanders

Musical Director & Founder

Robert Sanders is an award winning Musical Director, Composer and Arranger based in Leeds. He founded the Leeds Musical Theatre Choir in 2020. Since then Leeds Musical Theatre has gone on to have over 100,000 views on its videos on Facebook, as well as perform at West End and Friends!

Robert has over 10 years experience in professional theatre having worked across the world for the Walt Disney Company. He has had 3 original musicals commissioned and performed in Yorkshire and at the Edinburgh Fringe festival.

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Sophie Massa


Sophie Massa is an award winning performer and an invaluable part of Leeds Musical Theatre Choir.

Sophie graduated from Leeds University with a 1st class honours degree in Theatre. She has since gone on to perform all over the world as a performer. Locally she has performed countless times in a variety of roles. Roxy Heart in Chicago, Peter Pan in Peter Pan, Cinderella in Cinderella as well as being cast in various shows. She has also performed at the Edinburgh Fringe where she was nominated as 'voice of the Fringe' by the Derek Awards.


I was really apprehensive when I went for my first try-out session as I hadn’t sung in a choir since high school and I am now… well let’s just say it’s been a few decades. And I also don’t really read music. I shouldn’t have been nervous. I was made to feel very welcome. Robert makes the process of learning the songs as easy as possible, and there are lots of laughs. The sound we produce as a group makes my heart sing. Joining the choir is one of the best things I’ve done in years.
Catherine T
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