Welcome to the Elgar Chorale

Members of the Chorale at Croome Court
Members of the Chorale at Croome Court

Founded in 1980 the Elgar Chorale is one of the leading chamber choirs in the West Midlands. We are a mixed voice choir of about 40 singers, many of us professional musicians, based in Worcester. We have a busy and varied programme of concerts taking place around Worcestershire and beyond. Our repertoire ranges from medieval to the modern day, from unaccompanied to with a small orchestra. The choir sings at many events to raise money for charity.

Our Next Events.

We are delighted to announce our 2 next concerts

French Connections

Poster showing Eiffel Tower in background and concert details in foreground
To buy tickets please click on picture above

In March The Elgar Chorale is at Worcester Baptist Church, Sansome Walk, for a programme of French Connections.  With music by Ravel, Debussy and Durufle, leavened with the Vaughan Williams Mass in G minor and A Festival Anthem by Lennox Berkeley, both of whom studied in France with Ravel and others.

  • Date – 9th March 2019
  • Time – 7.30pm
  • At Worcester Baptist Church, Sansome Walk, Worcester. WR1 1LN

Tickets are available from our Administrator on 01684 594570 or on-line by clicking here, or on the poster on the left.

We are grateful to Birmingham Music Library for the hire of some of the scores used in this concert


Summer Serenade

In June we will be returning to the Church in the Square, St George’s Church, St George’s Square, Barbourne, Worcester.  Following our very successful concert here 2 years ago we will be performing a programme of Birthday Madrigals, Choral Fanfare and Choral Amen by John Rutter,  together with Britten’s Hymn to St Cecelia.  We will also be announcing a very special piece of choral music that will have its World Premiere at this concert.

  • Date – 22nd June 2019
  • Time – 7.30pm
  • At St. George’s Church, St. George’s Square, WORCESTER. WR1 1HX

Tickets will be available shortly.

Read reviews of past concerts here and some of our past posters: