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Leominster Choral Society is a long established choir, its origins going back to 1902 - however, in its present form it was re-established in the mid 60s under the guidance of Vernon Thurgood who remained as musical director until he stepped down after 40 years in the post. He has been succeeded by James Atherton who was appointed in 2011.
Here you will find details of forthcoming concerts as well as information about the choir, how you can join us, or become a Friend of the society. New members are always welcome whether you are an experienced singer or are joining a choir for the first time.
Read what others say about us here including the winning entry to our Haydn’s Creation review competition, and entries to our previous review competitions.
Our next concert
The next Summer concert will be on Saturday 3rd June 2017 at 7.00 pm in Leominster Priory
Karl Jenkins’ The Armed Man, and John Rutter’s Gloria.
Accompanied by the Chameleon Arts Orchestra, with the Call to Prayer sung by Imam Sohayb Peerbhai.
Tickets (£10 in advance, £12 on the door, accompanied under 16s free) now on sale at Fletcher’s Newsagents, Leominster Information Centre, and from the Leominster Festival website: