Would you like to sing with a small choir specialising in Renaissance music?
We practise from 7:30 – 9:00pm on Tuesdays at the Makers Workshop, the Arts Centre, and welcome new members!
You will need to have a good and true singing voice able to sing a vocal part with accuracy; the ability to read music; and, ideally, the ability to sight-sing.
To apply, email firstname.lastname@example.org and come and have a chat with our Musical Director
Subscriptions are $60 per term or $240 per year.
Listen to some short samples of our repertoire:
Polyphony: The Long Day Closes – Arthur Sullivan with words by Henry F Chorley
Chant: Salutis Humanae Sator – Ascension chant
Fun Song: The Lobster Quadrille – Lucy Broadwood arranged by David O’Beirne, words by Lewis Carroll
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I sang with Schola Cantorum briefly before the Chch earthquakes and relocated to Canberra in Australia to escape the ongoing shakes. My husband and I came back to Canterbury a year ago when the homesickness became greater than the fear of earthquakes! While in Canberra I sang with I Progetti, a small chamber choir specialising in Renaissance and Baroque music. I miss the choral experience, love early music and if Schola Cantorum has need of an extra soprano then I’d love to put my name forward.