The Elgar Chorale of Worcester..

The Elgar Chorale, founded by Dr Donald Hunt in 1980 is a mixed voice chamber choir of up to 40 singers  many of whom are professional musicians. Our musical Director, Piers Maxim, oversees a busy annual programme of concerts across Worcestershire and beyond.

The Chorale participates in leading roles in some of the region's premier musical festivals and delights in performing at weddings, Civic occasions and charitable events. Invites have also been extended from Germany, France and SouthAfrica, resulting in succesful tours in those countries and also the English South West.

Under the leadership of Dr Hunt, the choir gained a reputation for the quality and variety of its performances and is particularly renowned for its interpretations of music by the English composer after whom it is named. Under the guidance of Piers Maxim the choir's extensive repertoire is ever expanding and the Chorale is proud to curate one of the largest music libraris in the region.

After an enforced and frustrating cancellation of the 40th Anniversary celebrations in 2020, The Chorale has embarked on its 2021/22 season with renewed vigour and enthusiasm.

Please join us for as many of our events as possible, all publicised on our website elgarchorale.com

The Elgar Chorale, founded by Dr Donald Hunt in 1980 is a mixed voice chamber choir of up to 40 singers  many of whom are professional musicians. Our musical Director, Piers Maxim, oversees a busy annual programme of concerts across Worcestershire and beyond.

The Chorale participates in leading roles in some of the region's premier musical festivals and delights in performing at weddings, Civic occasions and charitable events. Invites have also been extended from Germany, France and SouthAfrica, resulting in succesful tours in those countries and also the English South West.

Under the leadership of Dr Hunt, the choir gained a reputation for the quality and variety of its performances and is particularly renowned for its interpretations of music by the English composer after whom it is named. Under the guidance of Piers Maxim the choir's extensive repertoire is ever expanding and the Chorale is proud to curate one of the largest music libraris in the region.

After an enforced and frustrating cancellation of the 40th Anniversary celebrations in 2020, The Chorale has embarked on its 2021/22 season with renewed vigour and enthusiasm.

Please join us for as many of our events as possible, all publicised on our website elgarchorale.com

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