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St Andrew's Choir

The St Andrew's Choir is a mixed-voice SATB choir for both children and adults.  It leads the singing on the Sunday morning service (the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th Sundays of each month) and great festivals from the chancel.  (The adults also provide music for the evening services.) It is robed in the Anglican tradition and follows the principles of the Royal School of Church Music to enhance and enrich the services of our church with a wide range of choral music from across the centuries. 

The choir rehearses weekly on Fridays (except for the 1st of each month) and immediately before each service.  The children have their own rehearsal on Fridays and then join the adults for 30 minutes.

New members are always welcome.  Being able to read music is an advantage, but by no means essential. Please contact our organist if you would like to try us out.

St Andrew's Singers

The St Andrew's Singers is a unison choir for all age groups.  It supports the singing of the Sunday Services from the nave and is vital in maintaining a strong sound from our congregation.  On the first Sunday of each month it leads the services itself and has its own specific repertoire of melody-driven songs and hymns.  For larger services both choirs join together to create a spectacular sound.!

The choir rehearses twice per month (on Thursday or Friday) and immediately before each service.

New members are always welcome. You need no experience, just a love of singing!  Please contact our organist if you would like to give it a go.

Music & Rehearsal Schedule

You can view and download these from the link in the Contacts page.

Upcoming Events

Tuesday 20th February
10:30 am -
Tuesday 27th February
10:30 am -
Tuesday 5th March
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