Founded in 1946, the Cheltenham Bach Choir is recognised as one of the foremost choral societies in the South West of England.
The choir's repertoire spans six centuries from the early Baroque to the 21st century - performing choral works by composers from Britain, Europe and beyond.
With over 100 auditioned singing members, the choir performs in major concert venues in Cheltenham, notably Cheltenham Town Hall and Pittville Pump Rooms, as well as further afield in the beautiful parish church in Cirencester.
Accompanied by professional orchestras and soloists the choir actively encourages and engages young artists at the beginning of their musical careers.
To learn more about the past, present and future of the choir, including how to join us, visit the ABOUT page.
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Watch and listen to the choir's musical director and singing members talk about what it's like to be part of Cheltenham Bach Choir. From the glorious opening bars of Cum Sancto Spiritu from J S Bach's Mass in B minor, sit back and prepare to be inspired.
Duration 11:17 minutes.