About Coventry Cathedral Chorus

About Us

Coventry Cathedral Chorus was formed in 1963 shortly after the consecration of the new Coventry Cathedral and is regarded as one of the UK’s leading choral societies. From its formation until September 2017 the choir was known as Saint Michael’s Singers, taking its name from the saint to whom the cathedral is dedicated.
The choir has a membership of around 70 auditioned singers from all ages and walks of life and promotes its own season of concerts in Coventry Cathedral and at other venues in the English Midlands area.  Over the years the choir has performed with numerous professional soloists, conductors and orchestras in the Royal Festival Hall, Southwark, Durham and York Cathedrals as well as in mainland Europe.

Membership is by audition, but you don't need to be an experienced singer to join us. If you are able to sing in tune and are willng to learn you will fit in fine.

Our musical team is:

Musical Director: Rachel Mahon
Assistant Conductor: Luke Fitzgerald
Conductor Emeritus: Paul Leddington Wright

You can learn more about them by clicking on their name.

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