The St Peter's Singers perform Tudor music and Vaughan Williams' Shakespeare Songs as part of our Thursday evening recital series.
St Peter's Singers is a mixed chamber choir of about 25 voices based in Peterborough. The choir was formed in the early 1970s by a group of Lay Clerks from the Cathedral Choir who wished to sing music other than the day-to-day cathedral repertoire. Although membership is now open to all, a close relationship with the Cathedral has always been maintained and is highly valued.
The choir performs concerts of sacred and secular works, both accompanied and unaccompanied, in and around Peterborough, and occasionally joins with other choirs and orchestras for joint concerts. Their wide-ranging repertoire spans eight centuries, from the 15th century to the present day, and often has a particular emphasis on British composers.
The programme will last around 45 minutes.
Entry is £5 per person. Please pay on the door, by cash or cheque.
Find out more about our Thursday evening recital series, which runs from 9th June to 14th July.