Elgar Chorale


We regularly give concerts.  To book tickets for concerts, please see red “Buy Now” button below on the right.

 Our Next Concerts and Events

The Elgar Chorale in Concert
31st October 2021

Our first concert is part of the Elgar Festival. It will consist of a programme of songs by Elgar, Vaughan Williams, Coleridge Taylor, and Hunt. We will also sing Roderick Williams ‘Shout! O ye winds. This Commission by the Chorale, was premiered at this year’s Three Choirs Festival by the Chorale. For more the full programme and to book tickets, please click here

John Rutter – Requiem & Piers Maxim – De Profundis
13th November 2021

St Martin’s Church, London Road, Worcester

Music for Remembrance tide. The iconic Rutter ‘Requiem’ and Piers Maxim’s beautiful ‘De Profundis’ join to make a concert fit for Remembrance weekend.

More information on this concert is available here

Tickets are now available from Worcester Tourist Information Centre (01905 726311)
and online from Eventbrite (opens in a new tab)

Mayor’s Charity Christmas Concert
15th December 2021

A highlight of the Chorale’s year is their collaboration with the Mayor’s Charity Christmas Concert. Proceeds will go to the Mayor’s charities, which this year are ASPIE1, a charity supporting sufferers of Asperger’s syndrome and The Stroke Association2

This year the concert will be on Wednesday, 15th December 2021, in the Guildhall surroundings of the beautiful Assembly Room with its Italianate ceiling.

Tickets are now available, adults £12 and Children £6.

Please click here to buy tickets

1Click here for more information about ASPIE,
2Click here for more information about The Stroke Association

Hunt – Hymnus Paschalis
9th April 2021

In April the Elgar Chorale will go to Great Malvern Priory on April 9th 2022, to sing Donald Hunt’s ‘Hymnus Pascalis’.

Dr Hunt was the founder of the Elgar Chorale of Worcester and its first Director of Music. Based on a plainsong chant discovered by the nuns at, now closed Stanbrook Abbey, ‘Hymnus Pascalis’ was written for and premiered at a Festival in 1995. It was performed again at the 1996 Three Choirs Festival in Worcester.

Further information will be available soon!