Monthly Archives: September 2017

We say goodbye to Matthew

Having been involved with The Cathedral Chamber Choir since 2002 – and our Musical Director since 2007, we said a sad farewell to Matthew O’Donovan on 27 August at Lincoln Cathedral. Matthew has worked with the choir on 26 occasions since 2002 either as organist or MD. Matthew was presented with a copy of the Carnegie […]

Monteverdi: Vespers of 1640

A singing colleague – Ellen Sarewitz – is organising a “Monteverdi: Vespers of 1640: Selva morale e spirituale” event at Thaxted in Essex 6 – 8 October 2017. This isn’t the 1610 vespers which is well known, but a much later work – representing more than 30 years’ work whilst Monteverdi was Music Director of […]

William Wingate scholarships

The Cathedral Chamber Choir has been singing in Cathedrals and Chapels since 1979, and as a Registered Charity is now able to offer scholarship bursaries to young people who would like to join us at one of our week or weekend visits and who might be prevented from doing so by reason of cost. The […]

Thanks for Lincoln everyone!

  It’s been a few days since we all got back home, and I’ve been busy sorting things out and returning music to those who lent it to us. We had a wonderful week at Lincoln, and to those of you who came for all of it, well done for staying the course, and for […]