Our Next Event
Saturday 10th March 2018
Cirencester Parish Church
Bach - St John Passion
Conductor Huw Williams
Guy Cutting Tenor, Julian Empett Bass, Helen Ashby Soprano, Ksynia Loeffler Alto
with Canzona Baroque Ensemble
Tickets £15 (under 16s free)
Available from Cirencester Visitor Centre (01285 654180), from choir members or on the door.
What people say.....
"Excellent concert. Choir and children's choir outstanding"
"Really good value for a fantastic programme and lovely performance"
"What a wonderful choir! from the moment the music starts you are swept up in the magic of the sound."
"Stirring Elgar, thrilling Chichester Psalms, very enjoyable Whitacre and Rutter a glorious finale. Well done!"
(Taken from audience surveys June 2017)
"Lovely performance in beautiful setting"
"Very good standard of performance and interesting, varied programme"
" Lovely programme - very polished , beautiful setting! Well done on all the hard work!"
Very enjoyable. Very uplifting, so necessary in this troubled world.."
( Taken from audience survey Tewkesbury Abbey November 2017)
Stroud Choral Society
Stroud Choral Society was founded in 1834 and therefore is one of the oldest choral societies in Britain. However, we are always moving with the times and in recent years have formed a childrens choir - The Minpins - and a youth. Both groups will sing with us occasionally and also have their own concert programme.
Typically we perform four major concerts throughout the year, singing in venues such as Bath Abbey and Tewkesbury Abbey.
Our repetoire in recent years has included Belshazzar's Feast by William Walton, The German Requiem by Brahms, The Chichester Psalms by Leonard Berstein and Rutter's Requiem.
Want to know more or possibly sing with us? Please visit the Contact Details page.
Please note at the present time we can not take any new applications to join the choir as we have reached our maximum capacity. Do keep an eye on the website as this changes throughout the year.
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Due to your kind generosity, our retiring collection after the Christmas concert raised £384.23 for St Rose's School, Stroud.
It was very much appreciated and is going towards improvements to their HE department.