We relish being part of the strong choral tradition at Romsey Abbey. Our repertoire is wide, ranging from Tudor motets through classics of the English cathedral repertoire by Stanford, Parry and Elgar, to French organ masses and works from the present day. Singing is complemented by a range of social activities, such as the annual Epiphany Supper, quiz nights, skittles evenings and end-of-term meals, not to mention drinks after the weekly choir practice at one of the local pubs.
We are looking for altos to sing in the Abbey choir – both male and female, full time and deputy members. There are also spaces for tenors and basses as deputies.
Singers need to be good sight-readers and to hold their line confidently.
Romsey Abbey operates a Child Protection policy and members of the Abbey community who deal regularly with choristers and other children – clergy, members of staff and choir parents, as well as adults in the choir – are vetted by the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly the Criminal Records Bureau).
Get in touch
Email Martin Seymour, our Director of Music, or use this brief form: