Ramírez
Misa Criolla

Sunday 27 October 2019, 7.30pm
Colyer-Fergusson Hall, University of Kent

Family
Carols
2019

14 December 2019, 7pm
Canterbury Cathedral

Rachmaninoff
All-Night Vigil

25 January 2020, 7.30pm
Canterbury Cathedral

Fauré
Requiem

21 March 2020, 7.30pm
Canterbury Cathedral

English Chamber Orchestra

Beethoven
Missa Solemnis

20 June 2020, 7.30pm
Canterbury Cathedral

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Canterbury Choral Society
Canterbury Cathedral concerts since 1951

Canterbury Choral Society has forged a reputation for outstanding levels of performance and is one of the most accomplished choral societies in South East England.

Admired for its quality of sound, ensemble and intonation, Canterbury Choral Society is a symphonic choir of which Canterbury can be proud. Canterbury Choral Society Youth Choir, formed in 2007, has provided a platform of excellence for younger voices which, like the adult choir, tackles repertoire in a wide variety of languages including German, Latin, Russian and occasionally English.

Led by our Music Director Richard Cooke since 1984, we perform four concerts and host Family Carols at Christmas in Canterbury Cathedral every year. Canterbury Festival has invited us to perform every year since its launch in 1984.

Whilst aiming for professional standards, Canterbury Choral Society is an amateur choir open to all who apply and pass an audition. If you would like to join us, come along to the open rehearsal on the Tuesday following each concert (except Family Carols).

 

Find out more about us

Ramírez
Misa Criolla

Sunday 27 October 2019

Richard Cooke conductor
Canterbury Choral Society
CCS Youth Choir
Robin Bailey
tenor
Benjamin Bevan bass

VENUE: Colyer-Fergusson Hall, University of Kent

 

Canterbury Festival concert with Canterbury Choral Society

Rachmaninoff
All-Night Vigil

Tavener Song for Athene
Sacred music sung by the Epiphoni Consort

Saturday 25 January 2020

Richard Cooke conductor
Canterbury Choral Society
CCS Youth Choir

Epiphoni Consort (conductor Tim Reader)
Judy Brown alto
Joseph Doody tenor

VENUE: Canterbury Cathedral

 

Pharon sponsors Rachmaninoff All-Night Vigil

Fauré
Requiem

Fauré Cantique de Jean Racine
Schubert Mass in G
Mendelssohn Hear my Prayer
(O for the Wings of a Dove)

Saturday 21 March 2020

Richard Cooke conductor
Canterbury Choral Society
CCS Youth Choir
English Chamber Orchestra

Katy Hill soprano
Richard Bannan bass
Nicholas Todd tenor

VENUE: Canterbury Cathedral

Beethoven
Missa Solemnis

Saturday 20 June 2020

Richard Cooke conductor
Canterbury Choral Society
CCS Youth Choir

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Judith Howarth soprano
Madeleine Shaw mezzo-soprano
James Gilchrist tenor
Tristan Hambleton bass

VENUE: Canterbury Cathedral

 

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Concert reviews

Vivaldi Gloria & Haydn Nelson Mass
23 January 2016

From the Manager of the ECO

“The ECO loved working with you and the Canterbury Choral Society and their youth choir – what a fantastic combined chorus they made, definitely the best amateur chorus we have worked with in a very long time. Tom also observed that the choir management were terrific to work with on the day. You chose great soloists too!”

Canterbury Cathedral concert with Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Canterbury Cathedral concert with Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Canterbury Cathedral concert Edward Elgar The Apostles – things to do in Canterbury in June 2019

Looking for things to do in Canterbury in June 2019?
Come to a Canterbury Cathedral concert. Take away the unforgettable memory of this monumental building drenched in the sound of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

On Saturday 22 June 2019, 7.30pm, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra will be performing Edward Elgar The Apostles.

If you’re looking for things to do in Canterbury, come and experience Canterbury Cathedral drenched in the sound of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Don’t miss the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in Canterbury

Don’t miss the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in Canterbury

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

This is a wonderful opportunity to hear the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) perform Edward Elgar’s Dream of Gerontius.

For more than seven decades the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) has been at the forefront of music-making in the UK. Its home base since 2004 at London’s Cadogan Hall serves as a springboard for seven principal residencies as well as more than forty-five concerts per year in long-term partnership venues across the country…

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