Oxford Bach Choir


Founded in 1896, the Oxford Bach Choir is considered to be one of the best large amateur choirs in the UK.


With 150 auditioned singing members drawn from the city of Oxford, the universities and the county of Oxfordshire, the Choir performs with professional orchestras and soloists in the splendour of Christopher Wren’s Sheldonian Theatre.


The Oxford Bach Choir is conducted by Nicholas Cleobury and associate conductor Timothy Byram-Wigfield.


Please use our website to find out more about the Choir, our concerts, buying tickets and how you can get involved.



Handels Messiah performed by Oxford Bach Choir on Saturday 5 December 2015 Verdi Requiem Oxford Town Hall Saturday 12 March 2016 performed by Oxford Bach Choir conducted by Nicholas Cleobury

Come and sing Spem in Alium


Saturday 7 November 2015


Join Oxford Bach Choir for an exciting day to rehearse and perform Spem in Alium -Thomas Tallis’ fabulous and monumental 40-part motet - in one day under the direction of ADRIAN PARTINGTON, Director of Music at Gloucester Cathedral.


Participants will need to state on the application form as to whether or not they are experienced singers/sight readers. The music will be sent via email in advance so you should be able to learn your part ahead of the workshop.



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