Keeping you updated with the latest news


23 March 2020
Coronavirus Update
9 March 2020
Committee Changes
9 January 2020
New Appointment for our MD
6 January 2020
Choral Evensong in Oxford


3 December 2019
Stephen Cleobury 1948-2019
24 November 2019
Bach, Brahms, Reger - a moving tribute
23 September 2019
Over 300 for Fourth Rutter Day
30 July 2019
Evensong in Westminster Abbey
24 June 2019
Berlioz Requiem : a NBC first
29 May 2019
Evensong in Winchester Cathedral
20 April 2019
On Tour 2019 : The Netherlands
17 February 2019
The Colours of Mozart
25 January 2019
Bach Choir Burns Supper


11 November 2018
Heroes for Peace - a fitting tribute
25 October 2018
Evensong for the Lord Lieutenant
21 October 2018
I was glad! A feast of Parry
1 September 2018
2019/2020 Season Launched
12 July 2018
Evensong in Worcester Cathedral
24 June 2018
French Fireworks! From Widor to Castagnet
28 April 2018
Rejoice! The UK and USA come together
11 April 2018
Evensong for Her Majesty the Queen
11 March 2018
Over 200 Singers for Mahler's Resurrection






Evensong in Worcester Cathedral

Earlier this week, over sixty members of the choir visited Worcester Cathedral to sing Choral Evensong. Repeating the programme of music we performed at St George’s Chapel, Windsor, earlier in the year, the choir sang a set of Responses, composed by our Director of Music for last year’s Diocesan Choral Festival in Peterborough Cathedral, a setting of the Evening Canticles in C by Bryan Kelly, and the extraordinary setting of Psalm 117 by Marcel Dupré, Laudate Dominum. The Psalms were sung to chants by composers with associations to Worcester, including one lovely chant by Sir Edward Elgar.

Here we Are!
Elgar in Worcester

It has been the choir’s ambition to add Worcester Cathedral to the ever-increasing list of English Cathedrals where we have sung Choral Evensong, as in 2008 a new Cathedral organ of 57 stops over four manuals and pedals as installed by Northampton organ building firm Kenneth Tickell and Company.

Ken Tickell's Organ
The Choir in the Quire Stalls