About

We are a friendly amateur choir with about 60 members based in Banstead, Surrey. We sing all sorts of choral music from the 16th century to the modern day and stage four concerts a year in and around Banstead accompanied by professional soloists and orchestras. The best way to see what we do is to come to one of our concerts, or listen to us singing Mozart's Ave Verum Corpus

As well as performing locally, every three years we make a concert tour; in June 2016 we visited Normandy and our next tour is planned for 2019. Read about some of our past tours here.

We always welcome new singers and you can join St Cecilia Chorus at any time between September and June, so why not try us out? All the information you need about joining is here.


                                   
 Our Professional Musicians

                               
James Dixon (Music Director) was appointed Music Director of St Cecilia Chorus in September 2017. He moved to London in 2012 from his native Australia to study at the Royal Academy of Music and is currently musical director of St Francis of Assisi, Notting Hill and Brighton Consort.
Ian le Grice (Accompanist) received his musical training as a junior exhibitioner at the Royal College of Music and as a chorister at the Temple Church, London. He continues his association with the Temple choir, accompanying them under the direction of Sir David Wilcocks. He is also accompanist to Croydon Philharmonic Choir and has been accompanist to St Cecilia Chorus since 1983.

 




The Committee
Stephen Oliver  
Deputy Chairman
June Parsons 
Chairman















Committee Members
Margaret Stevens - Treasurer
Judith McEwan - Secretary
Alan Clark
Alison Jones
Jenny Miller-Sleights
Sue Sugden

President
Richard Stangroom

Vice Presidents
Geoff Barham
David Birt
Louis Hasley
Michael Payne
Kevin Shears


The History of St Cecilia Chorus
St Cecilia Chorus was established in 1922. Read our story so far here:

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