Big music, big venues, big sound.


Cambridge University Symphony Chorus is a large symphonic choir of 120 singers, performing a wide range of large and exciting works under excellent musical directorship. The chorus' membership comprises singers from across the county and maintains strong links with the University where members include students, staff, graduates and alumni.

Recent performances include Haydn's Die schöpfung at King's College Chapel with the East Anglia Chamber Orchestra under Richard Wilberforce and Stravinsky's Mass and Bruckner's Mass in E minor under Richard Wilberforce and Will Rose at the West Road Concert Hall alongside the Wind and Brass of the Cambridge University Orchestra and Wind Orchestra.

In May 2023 the chorus will join the Orchestre de Paris at the Paris Philharmonie for two performances of William Walton's Belshazzar's Feast.

Want to know more? Read about the chorus, memberships or visit a rehearsal

Date of next open rehearsal: Thursday 27th April 2023.

2022/2023 Season Repertoire:

Michaelmas Term Handel Messiah in West Road Concert Hall
Lent Term Verdi Requiem in Ely Cathedral
Easter Term Mozart Requiem in Kings College Chapel

"The singing was beautifully in tune, tight, balanced, and impressively on the beat" - Tim Brown

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