Choir of Worcester College, Oxford
Sharing its duties with one of the few boys’ choirs remaining in the Oxbridge choral tradition, the Choir of Worcester College, Oxford typically sings two services a week in the eighteenth-century college chapel, providing opportunities for choral and organ scholars. The choir is made up primarily of students from Worcester College together with members from other colleges and from outside the student body.
The mixed choir sings a broad variety of music, from contemporary works by composers associated with the college to medieval English polyphony and a range of music in between. As well as making frequent recordings the choir performs concerts in and outside of Oxford on a regular basis as well as undertaking foreign or home tours and making day trips to sing services in cathedrals throughout England.