Welcome to Epworth Choir

Epworth ChoirWe are a friendly amateur mixed choir of about 80 singers from Woking and the surrounding areas.

The choir regularly performs in Woking and Guildford, engaging professional orchestras and soloists. After 60 years of performing, Epworth has developed the assured reputation as one of Surrey’s leading choirs. The aim of the Epworth Choir is to raise money for local charities, whilst promoting the enjoyment of choral singing as a pleasurable activity, easily accessible to all.

Each Year the Epworth Choir performs a spectrum of music ranging from major choral works in Guildford Cathedral with professional soloists and orchestras, to popular music and carols at venues in Woking. As well as regular rehearsals and concerts, the choir participates in other events and members take part in choral workshops and social activities.

  • Stainer’s Crucifixion

    Saturday 25th March 2023, 7.30pm
    Trinity Methodist Church, Woking | Map

    Join us for a meditative musical journey through the events of the Easter story, conducted by Michael Waldron,  with tenor and bass soloists.

    ‘The Crucifixion’ by Stainer has been a firm favourite with choirs for over 130 years. It tells the story of Christ’s crucifixion through a sequence of choruses and hymns for choir with arias for bass and tenor soloists.

    The concert will support Citizens Advice Woking.

    Tickets are now available online priced at £15 using the book now button below (on the door price £20).

    Book tickets online

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Our Most Recent Concert

  • Come and Sing! Verdi’s Requiem

    Saturday 28th January 2023, 10am to 5pm
    Trinity Methodist Church, Woking | Map

    Come and join Epworth Choir for the day to rehearse choruses from the thrilling Verdi ‘Requiem’, led by our Music Director Michael Waldron

    This famous work has many memorable choral sections, including the dramatic ‘Dies Irae’ and the joyful ‘Sanctus’ – wonderful to learn, or revisit if you have sung it before. 

    We’ll perform an informal concert for friends and family (free of charge) at the end of the afternoon.

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