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Song of Songs
Our next concert is of settings of texts from The Song of Solomon – the Song of Songs – ranging from the Renaissance polyphony of Palestrina and Victoria to contemporary composers such as Howard Skempton.
Would you like to sing with us?
Vacancies arise in the choir from time to time. If you are interested in auditioning, have choral experience and a good level of sight-reading, please contact Stephen Ridge using the form on our ‘Contact us‘ page.
Planning a wedding?
Epsom Chamber Choir is available to sing at your church service or civil ceremony. We offer a wide selection of hymns, anthems and other favourite music. For further information please contact us using the form on our ‘Contact us‘ page.
ABOUT THE CHOIR
We are a choir of about 35 voices based in Epsom, Surrey where we give at least six major concerts each year, mostly in St Martin’s Church.
We sing music by composers as different as ‘Fats’ Waller and Arvo Pärt and pieces that have just been written as well as the classics.
Each year at Christmas we help the National Trust to raise funds at Clandon Park and from time to time we sing Evensong in cathedrals such as St Paul’s, Winchester, Southwark, Ely and, most recently, St Alban’s in May 2009.
We also tour abroad. In May 2012 we visited Chantilly, Epsom’s twin town, where we sang a concert at Sainte-Thérèse church in Bois Saint-Denis, and Mass at Notre Dame church. We also sang a concert at St Germain des Prés in Paris.
The choir has won Enterprise Awards on three occasions from the Performing Right Society. Epsom Chamber Choir, which was formed in 1969, is a Registered Charity number 1026721 and is affiliated to Making Music.
We belong to gerontius.net the website for choirs. Search gerontius.net for choirs or concerts in the Kingston-on-Thames (KT) post code area. We also advertise our concerts on www.wherecanwego.com’s What’s On Guide and concert-diary.com.
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