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.

Our Next Concert

  • Songs of Travel: Music for a Summer’s Evening

    Wednesday 26th June 2019, 7.30pm
    Trinity Methodist Church, Woking

    Join Epworth for this informal evening of tea, cake and inspiring music. With a light programme featuring arrangements from Handel to Flanders and Swann, all the music focuses around the theme of travel. [Free admission]

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Our Most Recent Concert

  • Fairest Isle: The English Pastoral

    Saturday 6th April 2019, 7.30pm
    Holy Trinity Church, Guildford

    Epworth Choir presented an evening of beautiful music celebrating many of England’s best-known traditional melodies. The programme consisted of several folk songs arrangements, including Afton Water, Swansea Town, Yarmouth Fair and Dashing Away with the Smoothing Iron by much-loved composers including Holst, Vaughan Williams and Warlock. The second half culminated with John Rutter’s beautiful suite, The Sprig of Thyme, which includes arrangements of The Keel Row and Down by the Sally Gardens.

    The Choir was delighted to be joined by professional musicians from The Lakeside Clarinet Quartet, who also performed instrumental works by more of England’s best-loved composers and arrangers in the atmospheric surroundings of Holy Trinity Church.

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