The Choir

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The New Cambridge Singers is a chamber choir based in Cambridge, England.

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English and American Choral Music

  The Frost Chorale is the premier choral ensemble at the Frost School of Music at the University of Miami, America where their repertoire encompasses the entire canon of choral music. They are currenty on a tour of the United Kingdom where their programmes will feature works by English, Scottish, and Irish composers, along with works by great American composers. In this concert they join the New Cambridge Singers for a concert of choral music by Britten, Stanford, Finzi and American composers.

Friday, May 16th, 2014 7.30 p.m
St Giles' Church, Cambridge


Full details of the rest of our forthcoming concerts are available on this site. Also you will find the latest news about the choir, general information about us, a summary of our repertoire, and details of works in our music library available on loan to other choirs. We rehearse on a Wednesday from 7.30pm to 9.45pm in Cambridge, in Churchill College, off Storey's Way. Membership is open to experienced singers of all ages by audition.

With around thirty-two voices, NCS aspires to the highest possible standards of performance in Baroque and contemporary British music, while also exploring a broad range of music from other periods and countries to produce varied and attractive programmes. NCS performs mainly in Cambridge and the surrounding region, rehearsing in Cambridge during school terms. It is distinctive among choirs of its size and quality for its policies of commissioning new works and performing with instrumental ensembles of appropriate size and playing style in the major works of Bach and his contemporaries.

We currently have vacancies for a tenor and a bass. Singers interested in applying should send details of their singing experience to our membership secretary here


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