Welcome to Epworth Choir

We are a friendly amateur mixed choir of about 100 singers from Woking and the surrounding areas.

The choir regularly performs in Woking and Guildford, engaging professional orchestras and soloists. After over 50 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 perform 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.

Epworth Choir Concert to Commemorate the 70th Anniversary of D-DayEpworth Choir Concert to Commemorate the 70th Anniversary of D-Day

Saturday 7th June 2014, 7.30pm, Guildford Cathedral
Copland - Fanfare for the Common Man,
Vaughan-Williams - Serenade to Music,
Britten - Four Sea Interludes,
Bernstein - Chichester Psalms,
Strauss – The Four Last Songs.
Supporting the Royal British Legion.

Epworth Choir Concert An Evening of Rodgers and HammersteinReview: Epworth Choir Concert An Evening of Rodgers and Hammerstein

Saturday 1st March 2014, 7.30pm, H.G Wells Centre, Woking

Woking's Epworth Choir present 'An Evening of Rodgers & Hammerstein' – a selection of Popular Choruses and Solos.

 

A Family Christmas Concert, December 14th 2013Review: Epworth Choir Charity Christmas Concerts

Saturday 14th December, 2013, HG Wells Conference and Events Centre, Woking, 2pm (Matinee) and 7.30pm

Woking’s Epworth Choir performed two Family Christmas Carol Concerts to large audiences at the HG Wells centre, Woking on Saturday 14th December 2013.

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