Come and Sing with Bob Chilcott


Singers, Choral Directors/Educators, Choirs

Saturday, October 12, 2019.

10:00am - 4:00pm

Registration $50 (including Lunch and Music); Students $25 (including Lunch and Music)



Join us on Saturday October 12th for a day of music-making, education, and fun with Bob Chilcott! This will be a fun-filled and musical day with the world-renowned composer, conductor, and singer. This event is open to all choirs, singers, choral directors, and choral aficionados.

"As a composer, conductor, and singer, Bob Chilcott has enjoyed a lifelong association with choral music, first as a chorister and choral scholar in the choir of King’s College, Cambridge, and for 12 years as a member of the King’s Singers. He became a full-time composer in 1997, and has produced a large catalogue of music for all types of choirs which is published by Oxford University Press. His most often performed pieces include Can you hear me?, A Little Jazz Mass, Requiem, and the St John Passion.
Bob has conducted choirs in more than 30 countries worldwide and has worked with many thousands of amateur singers across the UK in a continuing series of Singing Days. For seven years he was conductor of the Chorus of The Royal College of Music in London and since 2002 he has been Principal Guest Conductor of the BBC Singers. In 2017 Bob was awarded an Honorary Fellowship by The Royal School of Church Music and in 2019 takes up the role of Principal Conductor Birmingham University Singers.

His music has been widely recorded by leading British choirs and groups including The King’s Singers, King’s College, Cambridge, Wells Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, The Sixteen, Tenebrae, The BBC Singers, The Bach Choir, Commotio, and Ora. In 2016 he enjoyed a collaboration with the celebrated singer Katie Melua on the album In Winter. In 2017 two new discs were released by Commotio and Choralis – All Good Things on Naxos, and In Winter’s Arms on Signum, his first recording collaboration with an American choir. Newer recording projects are with the BBC Singers, Houston Chamber Choir, and Wroclaw Philharmonic Choir."  (from:

"A contemporary hero of British choral music." — The Observer (

Registration for this event now open, and is limited.  Any questions should be sent to the Director of Music Ministry at St. John's, Mr. Chris Brayne (

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