Winchester Community Choir is an open access choir for the people of Winchester in Mid Hampshire. Formed in late 2005, we now have almost 100 members who meet weekly to sing for fun and give regular performances in the community and to raise money for local causes.
Led by our conductor Carolyn Robson, the choir sings a wide range of unaccompanied harmony songs.
Latest choir news
- Concert Raises £1800 for Charity
The choir’s Christmas concert raised a total of £1800 for charity, which will be split equally between Read Easy supporting adults learning to read, and Southampton and Winchester Visitors Group improving the lives of asylum seekers. The above video was recorded by Karen Ferris.
Copies of our debut CD are available from our online shop.
- World Premiere for Winchester City Festival Choir
Winchester City Festival Choir will perform the world premiere of David Briggs “God’s Grandeur” later this month. The concert also features two pieces by Leonard Bernstein, one orchestral and the other choral, in this his centenary year. The musicians and soloists are all local people and WCFC are looking forward to singing with Cantare again, in Rutter’s Mass of the Children.