Bristol Cathedral Choir School Choral Society
Music Director - Geoff Wickham
Our Next Concert will be:
BCCS Choral Society and Yate Choral Society
on Saturday 16th March 2019 7:30pm
at Trinity-Henleaze United Reformed Church
Waterford Road, Henleaze
About the Choir
We are a friendly, non-auditioned choir who sing classical music. Our choir members come from all over Bristol - and beyond.
Join us to sing Handel's Messiah with the combined choirs of BCCS Choral Society and Yate Choral Society
BCCS Choral Society is currently looking for new choir members. So if you'd like to join us, contact our Membership Secretary by emailing
for more information and come to a rehearsal to see if it's for you.
We give 2 concerts a year - usually in March and June at venues in Bristol. Our Summer 'Pudding Concert' in June is well-known and well-loved: an evening of light music followed by a puddings-tasting (for audience and choir).
We usually hire or buy the music for a nominal amount.
Rehearsals are at the Cathedral School in central Bristol on Wednesday evenings 7:30-9:00pm (term-time only).
The Cathedral School is within walking distance of the city centre, with cycle racks nearby and some parking usually available in the school car park.
Get in touch to come to a rehearsal and see if it's for you!
Our Past Performances Have Included:-
Bach St John Passion, Magnificat;
Brahms German Requiem;
Britten St Nicolas;
Elgar Dream of Gerontius;
Fanshawe African Sanctus;
Handel Messiah, My Heart is Inditing, Harmony Mass;
Mahler Eighth Symphony;
Mozart Mass in C Minor, Requiem;
Carl Orff Carmina Burana;
Pergolesi Magnificat, Stabat Mater;
Puccini Messa di Gloria;
Purcell Dido and Aeneas;
Rutter Requiem, Magnificat;
Schubert Mass in G;
Tippett Negro Spirituals from A Child of our Time;
Vaughan Williams Five Mystical Songs;
Geoffrey Wickham Te Deum.
We are a self-financed group and charge a membership fee to help cover the cost of room hire, and to enable us to put on concerts with well-known local soloists and quality orchestral players.
The subscription is currently £95 per year.