Just Keep Singing … (via zoom!)
We are continuing to rehearse via zoom until current guidelines change and warmly welcome new members to join us! Through the power of zoom we are able to remain connected and make music virtually together. We look forward to meeting you (virtually) at one of our upcoming rehearsals. For more information on how to join us click here:
Choral Scholars Wanted!
If you are a young aspiring professional singer and expect to be based in the Bristol area next season, why not audition for one of our Choral Scholarships? More information can be found here:
Bristol Choral Society Youtube Page
If you’d like to listen to Bristol Choral in the comfort of your home we have a number of videos on our Youtube page. Our debut CD and podcast are also available on Spotify.
Mary Otty Carol Competition Winner – I Saw Three Ships Pamela Slatter
If you would like to listen to all of the finalists click here:
‘The Big Picture’ – Available to buy now from our shop.
We had a splendid evening for our CD launch. Our conductor Hilary Campbell took participants on a virtual journey through our new CD.
Shortly we will be able to share with you some clips from our launch. Keep your eyes peeled for more information!
You can buy copies of our CD from the BCS Online shop here
Bristol Choral Podcast with Musicologist Katy Hamilton!
We’re delighted to share with you a podcast featuring musicologist Katy Hamilton to celebrate the release of our debut CD.
Katy Hamilton has written the sleeve notes for our CD. Click to listen to Katy chat with the composers Bob Chilcott, Cecilia McDowall and Judith Weir, some of the musicians who were involved in our recording as well as our Musical Director Hilary Campbell.
The link to the podcast can be found here:
Our debut CD was released on September 25th 2020. If you would like to buy a copy of our CD it is available via our online shop.
Bristol Choral Society Virtual Choir
We’re delighted to share with you our virtual performance of Rachmaninov’s Borogoditse Devo.
Bristol Choral Society is conducted by Hilary Campbell and is known as one of the leading big city choirs in the UK. Established in 1889, the choir has an auditioned membership of around 160 singers and performs classical choral concerts with professional orchestras at the Colston Hall and Bristol Cathedral.
It was a real treat to sing in front of such a good quality choir.
Nina Bennett, Soprano soloist
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