We 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 nearly 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.
Our next concert
Saturday 29 April 2017, 7.30pm
Holy Trinity Church, Guildford (map)
Epworth Choir presents a concert featuring Rutter’s Requiem and a selection of renaissance masterpieces by Monteverdi, Victoria and Viadana. We will be joined once more by members of the Woking Symphony Orchestra.
The Epworth Choir, which was established over 50 years ago, has a long tradition of supporting local charities. For this concert, the choir will be raising funds for Action for Children, who help disadvantaged children through fostering and adoption, and by intervening early to stop neglect and abuse.
Our most recent concert
Saturday 25th February 2017, 11am – 5pm
Trinity Methodist Church, Woking
Thank you to all who attended a very successful Come and Sing day – we hope you enjoyed it as much as we did. Please do come and either join us at our Wednesday evening rehearsals or at our concert at the end of April to hear the finished article!
In preparation for our Spring concert in Guildford on the 29th April 2017, Epworth Choir opened its doors for for a day’s workshop on Rutter’s beautiful and accessible Requiem.
Conducted by Michael Waldron and accompanied by Laurence Williams, we were also joined by critically-acclaimed soprano, Augusta Hebbert. In addition to singing, she led elements of the workshop working on good singing and vocal technique in an applied setting. The day culminated with an informal performance of the work in the warm and pleasant surroundings of Trinity Methodist Church.