ABOUT HEREFORD CHAMBER CHOIR
Founded in 1983, Hereford Chamber Choir consists of 30 mixed voices. Under its Music Director Simon Harper, the choir has gained a reputation for performing exciting programmes of choral music from the Medieval era to newly commissioned works.
The choir gives approximately six concerts a year in venues across Herefordshire. Most recent events have included an evening of Italian Baroque music with the Central England Camerata orchestra, 'Carols in the Cloisters' in aid of Save the Children, regular supper and concert evenings in collaboration with Cafe@All Saints in Hereford, the world premiere performance of Robert Peate's 'Two Souls in One', singing services at Bristol Cathedral, as well as two choral workshops a year which are open to all local choral singers. For upcoming events, visit our 'Concerts and tickets' page.
Hereford Chamber Choir also runs a Choral Scholarship Scheme, funded by the Friends of Hereford Three Choirs Festival, which provides funding for talented singers aged between 14 and 21 years. More details on our 'Choral Scholarship Scheme' page.
If you would like to audition to join the choir, then we would be delighted to hear from you. More details can be found on our 'Join us' page. The choir also has an active 'Friends' scheme which offers regular social events as well as benefits such as reductions on ticket prices. For more information, visit our 'Friends Scheme' page.