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Engage Worcester Cathedral Chamber Choir for your event
Although we are part of the Worcester Cathedral community and sing at many of the services throughout the year we are available, and welcome the opportunity, to sing at a wide range of occasions.
After all, rock legend Rick Wakeman hired us to accompany him on stage not once, but twice! 
If you are looking for something special for your wedding service or different for your event, please do get in touch.
We will work with you to plan a programme that fits with your specific requirement, be it secular and religious, part-songs and madrigals, oratorio or folk songs or something modern.
If you would like to hear us, follow this link to listen to excerpts from some of our recordings. 
To talk about hiring Worcester Cathedral Chamber Choir, please Contact Us.
As an integral part of Worcester Cathedral’s musical life, we take singing at services in our stride and weddings are no different.
We can provide smaller groups for ceremonies, adding a special high quality tuneful touch to the big day.  Worried that your service may only feature the vicar and a few brave souls warbling through the hymns?  We can remedy that to ensure everything ends on a real high note! 
From our extensive repertoire we can also provide an anthem and/or pieces during the signing of the register. 
Jesu Joy of Man’s Desiring – Bach
Panis Angelicus – Franck
For the Beauty of the Earth – Rutter
Ave Verum Corpus – Mozart
The Lord Bless You and Keep You – Rutter
Or perhaps something of your choosing? 
We will, of course, discuss every arrangement with you, but please bear in mind the music may depend on the organist being used. We’re also used to singing unaccompanied! 
If you would like to hear us, please click here to listen to audio clips from some of our CDs.  Or please do come to see us perform. Details here.  
If you would like to find out more, please do contact us here and we will be in touch.  Fees paid will go towards funding our regular programme of concerts and recordings. The singers give their time freely and are not paid.