St Edward’s Singers
The St Edward’s Singers is a non-auditioned choir designed specifically for parents, staff, neighbours and friends
The Choir meets on Friday evenings and rehearses in the Weston Recital Room for two concerts a year (October and April) with a professional orchestra and school choirs. Founded in 2003 by Neville Creed, the Singers have put up on a long series of successful concerts, including Mozart’s Requiem in the Sheldonian and, most recently, a performance of Vivaldi’s Gloria and the Bach Magnificat at St Michael’s Church, Summertown, accompanied by period orchestra Instruments of Time and Truth. The Choir is now run by St Edward’s Director of Music and the Arts, Alex Tester.
Click below to watch a video of the 2019 season launch:
Rehearsals take place between 7.30 and 9.00pm.
If you would like to sing in the choir, please contact Alex Tester to register. A fee of £10 is payable to sing in the concert.