Hampshire Chronicle praises this site Alan Cleaver, editor of the local newspaper that covers Winchester and mid-Hampshire, published a feature from which this site emerged with credit. He wrote: It is surprising that many web sites run by individuals or voluntary organisations are far superior to those run commercially. Romsey Abbey Choir, for example, has a delightful site that includes recordings of the choir. The full article is available on the Hampshire Chronicle web site.More »

The Bach Cantata Pilgrimage comes to Romsey Abbey On 31 January, we took part in our first concert of the year. It was given at the Abbey by Sir John Eliot Gardiner and the world-famous Monteverdi Choir, accompanied by the English Baroque Soloists. The Choir of Romsey Abbey in rehearsal with the Monteverdi Choir conducted by Sir John Eliot Gardiner They generously invited us to join them to sing, as a preface to their performance, the chorales from the Cantatas on the programme: 81 Jesus schläft, was soll ich hoffen 14 Wär Gott nich mit uns diese Zeit 26 Ach, wie flüchtig Sir John EliotMore »

Highlights for Romsey Abbey Choir in 2000 December Music through the ages Music this month November A hectic month! Music this month Organ scholar: applications invited October The talent at the Abbey Music this month September Music this month August Local newspaper praises this site…again! The Canterbury Canticle Pilgrimage Edward Gower, Senior Chorister on Decani Sam Stollery, Senior Chorister on Cantoris Cynthia Snell, wife of a tenor in the Choir Dennis Woodward, a Friend of the Choir The music we sang July Music this month June A goodly inheritance? May Abbey Choir goes Dutch: our adventures in the Netherlands Stephen Brown, Head Chorister on CantorisMore »

Wartime mayhem as the Choir treads the boards once more Peace in our time? Think again! This year’s Epiphany Supper took place on 8 January 2000 and was much enjoyed by all who attended. The evening began with three carols sung by the choir and, it must be said, the audience performed their verses of As with gladness men of old splendidly; it’s the only time for the year when we in the choir listen whilst others sing to us! Our thanks go to the dedicated team of Choirmums who delivered piping hot dishes of stew to us all: no mean feat for a singleMore »