Reading Festival Chorus is an amateur mixed choir, first established in 1945, which means we celebrated our 70th Anniversary a few years ago! We are a lively and friendly choir of around 80 singers who strive to attain a high quality of performance.

Click on the image to see and hear the Chorus in March 2018.

The Chorus also appears in A Creative Place: Reading 2018/19. This highlights many of the great arts, culture and heritage events and performances in Reading over the year. This film was produced for Reading UK by BBC Berkshire and was premiered at the Reading Cultural Awards on 24 June 2019. The audio track features the Chorus from about 2:42 with video at about 3:19.

The Chorus rehearses from September to June on Monday evenings at Wesley Church on Queen's Road, and new members are always welcome. To find out more click the appropriate item in the menu box on the left or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

Greg Hallam, our Music Director, started with us in April 2018. Greg is an experienced Choral musician as a Music Director, teacher and as a singer and soloist. Click here to get the full low-down on Greg.

The Chorus is a member of Making Music, a membership organisation which supports, stands up for and celebrates groups of people making and presenting music together in their leisure time across the UK.

The Chorus is a registered charity (No. 254201). If you wish to make a donation to the Chorus please use wonderful or for shopping use easyfundraising or smile.amazon.


30 November 2019

A Spotless Rose: Music for Advent

7.30 pm
Douai Abbey, Upper Woolhampton

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