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AUGUST 2022 – DERBY CATHEDRAL – We are again out and about and our choir has just returned from a wonderful weekend singing in Derby
Cathedral, the first after a 2 year break. The cathedral community made us
very welcome and over Saturday and Sunday we sang in three services – 2
Evensongs and the Eucharist. As well as leading in the services in music (Brewer, Rawsthorne and Morley), we gave a good rendering of the well known anthems – ‘Ave Maria’, ‘With a voice of Singing’, ‘Be Still in the Presence of the Lord’, and ‘A Clare Benediction’.

August 2019 – Southwark Cathedral, London – A return visit after 2013. We sang Evensong on the Saturday and sang for three services on the Sunday!  A wonderful experience, although exhausting. Thanks to all at Southwark for making us so welcome!  We di, however, have some fun along the way with some site seeing and social activities!

August 2018 – St. Bavo’s Cathedral, Ghent, Belgium – a free public concert in this magnificent Baroque Cathedral performing Vivaldi’s ‘Magnificat‘ and Pergolessi’s ‘Magnificat‘.  Our thanks to Adrian Griffiths who played St. Bavo’s main organ and to Clare Griffiths our soprano soloist both of whom joined us on our first trip abroad.

August 2017 – Chesterfield Parish Church, Derbyshire – the church with the crooked spire!

June 2017 – Gala Concert for Music Festival

June 2017 – St. Faith’s Church, Waterloo

August 2016 – Lichfield Cathedral – the Choir sang Eucharist on Saturday and Sunday followed by Choral Evensong on Sunday afternoon in Lichfield Cathedral to the musical settings of Addington and Rawsthorne for the services.  The Cathedral’s community made the Choir very welcome and the choir enjoyed singing in the magnificent setting of this ancient place of worship. The Cathedral with 3 spires!


December 2015 – CHET Christmas Concert

August 2015 – Peterborough Cathedral

December 2013 – St Faith’s Church, Waterloo

August 2013 – Southwark Cathedral, London

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