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Consort, Chorus & Guild
St Paul's Cathedral Consort
The Cathedral Consort was formed in response to the large number of extra services and evening events which take place at St Paul's. It consists of the Vicars Choral and our team of professional sopranos who are some of the best singers in the business. The Consort varies in size from four to 18 depending on the occasion and is one of the most versatile liturgical choirs in the country.
St Paul's Cathedral Chorus
The Cathedral Chorus is an amateur choir which augments the Cathedral Choir in performances of Handel's Messiah and Bach's St John Passion every year. There is also a summer performance usually in early July. The Chorus was formed by Sir John Stainer and has enjoyed many years of supporting the music at St Paul's. They rehearse on Tuesday evenings prior to performances. Entry is by audition and new members are always welcome. For more information please contact the
The Guild of Companions of St Paul
The Guild of the Companions is the network for old Choristers of St Paul's and musicians who have been associated with the cathedral. There is an annual reunion held around St Paul's Day (25 January) when members have the opportunity to sing in a Festival Evensong as well as regular newsletters and updates.