The Chichester Singers

One of the South's Leading Amateur Choirs

Covid-19 Update

The implications of the Covid-19 outbreak are under constant review by The Chichester Singers. We very much hope to resume full rehearsals in September, when we will welcome potential new members to the choir, and the first concert of our 2021 – 22 season in Chichester Cathedral will be Elgar – The Dream of Gerontius on 13 November 2021.

However, you can see and hear us still singing together even though we’re apart. Enjoy We’ll Meet Again, which has become such a symbol of hope over the past year, as well as our earlier ‘isolation performance’ of  Mozart’s Ave Verum Corpus 

The Chichester Singers have been an established part of musical life in Chichester for over 60 years

The choir performs under the musical direction of Jonathan Willcocks, one of the UK’s foremost choral conductors and composers. We have around 140 singing members and our repertoire includes a broad range of music from the great choral classics to contemporary works, performed with first-class professional soloists and orchestras.

The choir’s accompanist is Sue Graham Smith and we currently work with the professional chamber orchestra Southern Pro Musica with most of our concerts in Chichester Cathedral.

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