The Choir of Royal Holloway has attained standards of musicianship and technical refinement high above the reach of most student ensembles.
The Choir of Royal Holloway and Music Director Rupert Gough ensure that Oxbridge ensembles don't have it all their own way when it comes to great university choirs.
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The Choir of Royal Holloway is considered one of the finest mixed-voice collegiate choirs in the country. The 24 choral scholars that constitute the college's Chapel Choir undertake a busy schedule of services, concerts, tours and recordings. The Choir of Royal Holloway is available for hire to sing concerts, commercial and corporate events, as well as at weddings and funerals. Watch and listen to clips of the choir on this website, buy recordings, and find out more about where to see the choir and how to support it...
The Choir of Royal Holloway is pleased to present Reach for the skies, the second Sunday afternoon concert in our new series of performances in the Picture Gallery at Royal Holloway. This concert will see the lighter side of the choir’s repertoire, including music by Bob Chilcott, Ola Gjeillo and Stanford.
This concert will be free to attend, and will also be streamed live through our website at www.chapelchoir.co.uk/live
Read all about our upcoming projects and recent news here:
Would you like to sing in one of the country's finest university choirs? Watch our online open day video to find out more.Read
Our weekly lunchtime concert series returns with a live audience!Read
We are delighted to announce our Composition Competition, for composers in years 10-13.Read
Follow-up charity single with Thomas Hewitt-JonesRead
As part of an ongoing collaboration with Convivium Records, we're thrilled to release a recording of a brand new work by American Carson Cooman.Read
Midweek Music is back!Read
We're delighted to feature on a new release of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony with the Britten Sinfonia, directed by Thomas Adès.Read
The Choir of Royal Holloway announce their first ever Composer-in-Residence for 2021-2022, the award-winning Welsh composer Nathan James Dearden.Read