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 looking forward immensely to 2020, the 40th anniversary year of our founding by Dr. Donald Hunt O.B.E., M.A.. In 2020 we are delighted that we will presenting a concert as part of the world famous Three Choirs Festival in July and August. The programme for this concert is still being worked on, but we are pleased to announce the concerts and events leading up Christmas. These are:
Saturday, 30th November
Island, Discs and Desserts
An evening with Piers Maxim in conversation with Tim Watson at the Lyttelton Room, Church Street, Malvern. Saturday, 30th November 2019 qt 7.30pm. For more information and to buy tickets, please click here
This event has been supported by the PPL PRS charity and community discount scheme. PPL PRS licenses the use of copyright music across the UK, giving businesses and organisations the permission they need to play the music they want.
For more information about PPL PRS, visit pplprs.co.uk or call 0800 0720 808
Wednesday, 18th December 2019
The Mayor’s Charity Christmas Concert
Join the Mayor of Worcester and the Elgar Chorale of Worcester for a concert of Christmas Music and carols. All in the beautiful Assembly Room of the Guildhall on Wednesday, 18th December 2019 at 7.30pm. Admission by ticket to include a mince pie and a glass of wine, with soft drinks available for those driving home!
Tickets are £12, in person from the Worcester Tourist Information Office at the Guildhall, by telephone from the Civic Office on 01905 722001 and online at here (opens in new tab)
Read reviews of past concerts here and some of our past posters are below: