Welcome to the Stratford-upon-Avon Choral Society
We are a vibrant choral society, singing the great classical and romantic choral works as well as lesser known and more modern pieces.
We perform three concerts per year, with our main season running from September through to Easter. Most of our concerts are held in Holy Trinity Church in Stratford-upon-Avon, where William Shakespeare was christened and is buried.
The core of our repertoire is 18th and 19th century works from composers such as Bach, Handel, Mozart, Beethoven, Elgar and Mendelssohn. We also sing works by 20th century and contemporary composers such as Parry, Britten and Karl Jenkins, and on special occasions we like to commission new works. We sang a new work commissioned from Toby Young as part of the 400th anniversary celebration for William Shakespeare in 2016.
The society welcomes both singing and non-singing members and you will find on this web site information about becoming a member or Patron, as well as about our future programme and information for members such as rehearsal dates.
Please have a good look around the site and let us know if it does not include all the information you are looking for. We always welcome ideas about how we can improve it and we will incorporate as many as we can.
Anyone interested in joining the Society, or merely seeking any further information, can contact our membership secretary, at