Chichester Voices was initially formed in 1992 of musicians working at St Richard’s Hospital, Chichester, but soon opened its doors to non-medics. The choir mainly works with charities ‘involved in the relief of human suffering’ and well over £100,000 has been raised over the years. Beneficiaries include: St Wilfrid’s Hospice, British Heart Foundation, Children’s Liver Disease Foundation, ARC, Cancer Wise and Friends of Chichester Hospitals.
The choir now numbers around 20, with many accomplished local musicians amongst the singers, performing a wide repertoire of music, from ancient to modern, plainsong to jazz and sacred to secular, allowing it to tailor its programmes to the occasion. The choir gives three to four concerts a year and regularly sings services in our great cathedrals.
Noticeboard posts:Preview: Chichester Voices’ concert “Requiem Aeternam” 30/10/2019
Preview: Chichester Voices Summer Concert: “Summer & the Sea” 27/05/2018
Come and ‘Raise the Roof’ singing ‘Jerusalem’! 01/04/2018