• Choir of Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge

    The Choir of Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge is one of Britain’s leading collegiate choirs. The College was founded in 1348 but the musical tradition stems from the late nineteenth century, when the well-known composer of church music Charles W …

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  • The Choir of King’s College London

    The Choir of King’s College London is one of the most acclaimed mixed-voice university choirs in England. Founded in its present form in 1945, it consists of up to thirty choral scholars reading a variety of subjects. King’s College London, part of the …

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  • Choir of Merton College, Oxford

    The Choir of Merton College is one of Oxford’s leading mixed-voice choirs. It consists of thirty undergraduates and postgraduates, many of whom hold choral scholarships at Merton College. The choir has toured to France (2009, 2010, 2011 and 2015), the  …

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  • Choir of St Mary’s Cathedral, Edinburgh

    The Choir of St Mary’s Cathedral, Edinburgh enjoys an international reputation through its recordings, broadcasts, and tours. In its day-today work the choir sings each day at St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral and is the only choir in Scotland that contrib …

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  • Dunedin Consort

    The Dunedin Consort was founded in 1995 and is named after Din Eidyn, the ancient Celtic name of Edinburgh Castle. Under the musical direction of John Butt, the ensemble has established itself as the leading Scottish Baroque ensemble, performing at the …

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