St Richard Singers (no longer active)

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21.05.23 Chichester’s St Richard Singers set to shut down
21.01.23 Chichester concert offers free entry for Ukrainians and other displaced people
26.06.22 Chichester’s St Richard Singers go back to their roots after the pandemic halves their size

The St Richard Singers, based in the centre of Chichester, is a 35-strong chamber choir with a professional Director of Music and Accompanist. We put on three or four major concerts per year including Christmas, Easter, and an annual appearance at the Festival of Chichester.

​We sing both a cappella works and with organ accompaniment, but occasionally we sing with our resident chamber orchestra, the Noviomagus Ensemble, and professional soloists.

​The Choir’s repertoire is wide, drawing on music from the sixteenth to the twenty-first centuries, ranging from the sacred to the light-hearted. Although most of the Choir’s performances are in the local area, it has performed widely through the South of England, including performances as far apart as Beaulieu Abbey and the Mansion House in London.

We rehearse each Monday evening at St.George’s Church, Whyke. It is a beautiful church with a wonderful acoustic – one of the best in the city, and we are fortunate to call it home.

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    June 26, 2023
    St Richard Singers, under the direction of Sachin Gunga, are marking 50 years of making music in the city with an evening of choral favourites. Enjoy some familiar tunes by Handel, Purcell, Vaughan Williams, John Rutter, Howard Goodall and others,...
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    January 21, 2023
    A Little Jazz Mass – Bob ChilcottJazz carol arrangements – Will ToddHere is the little door – Herbert HowellsTomorrow shall be my dancing day – John GardnerUkrainian melodiesNo small wonder – Paul EdwardsThere is no rose – John Joubert Director...
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    June 27, 2022
    St. Richard Singers, “still quiring” after 50 years, bring us “the touches of sweet harmony” for a summer’s evening. This programme particularly celebrates the music of several British master composers, including Parry, Elgar and Finzi, and in this anniversary year...