If you are interested in participating in any of the choirs, please contact the Organist and Music Director for more information.
The Adult Choir
The Adult Choir is one of the oldest groups at the Cathedral. In fact, its first director was none other than the Cathedral's first Bishop, John Medley, who was
a talented amateur musician. He even wrote for the choir. Today, the choir is comprised of approximately 40 choristers ranging in age from 17 to 81. Practices are once a week on Thursday nights at 7:30 PM.
The Choir sings at the Choral Eucharists and Choral Matins every Sunday morning, and Evensong once a month. Also, they contribute to the music for the Diocesan Services
held at the Cathedral during the year, such as Ordinations.
The Choir's repertoire ranges from Traditional Anglican music, such as Anglican Chants and Hymns, to more comtemporary composers and styles. They have sung music by such composers as Gibbons, Messiaen, Rutter, and Willan to name but a few!
The Treble Choir
The Treble choir has been in existence since around 1989 when the then "Boy's Choir" and the Sunday "Girl's Choir" were amalgamated into one choir. The choir does have an older history, and was strong as the Boy's Choir under past Music Directors. At present the
choir is made up of 16 choristers ranging from age 8 to 14.
The Treble Choir sings Choral Eucharist and Evensong once a month, and regularly contributes to the 10:00 service joining the Adult
Choir in anthems during the service.
The Contemporary Choir
The Contemporary Choir was formed in 1995 to help with music at the "Come Worship" service at 11:45pm. The music comprises modern worship songs. They are always looking for
more people to come out and sing.