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OUR HISTORY IN ENGLAND

 

 

Gloriæ Dei Cantores has a long history with the United Kingdom, going back to 1988 when they took their first international tour to England. The choir studied for over three decades with numerous British instructors including Dr. George Guest, the late Stephen Cleobury, Dr. Mary Berry, Dorothy Richardson, and Joanna Weir Ouston. They have performed concerts, and sung both Evensong and Eucharist services across the United Kingdom.

 

 

”The choir has a large repertoire and its high standards rival those of the great European choirs. They bring musicianship, enthusiasm, and total commitment to all they undertake and, consequently, their many concerts have received the highest critical acclaim.”
The late Dr. George Guest, Fellow, Choirmaster and Organist, St. John’s College, Cambridge, England

”Superb!”
BBC

”Balance and unanimity of phrasing, sense of style and musical understanding …A powerful but well-controlled performance.”
The Independent, London, England

 

”One of North America’s …finest choirs”
Gramophone

”An evening illuminating and inspirational, opening vistas hardly guessed at here.”
Evening Standard, London, England

 

PERFORMANCE HISTORY IN ENGLAND

Boston

St. Botolph Church

Blackburn

Blackburn Cathedral

Bristol

Bristol Cathedral

Canterbury

Canterbury Cathedral

Cambridge

St. Clement’s Church
St. Giles Church
St. John’s College Chapel

Carlisle

Carlisle Cathedral

Chesterton

St. Andrews Church

Durham

Durham Cathedral

East Dereham

St. Nicholas Cathedral

Ely

Ely Cathedral

Gloucester

Gloucester Cathedral
Tewkesbury Abbey

Lincoln

Lincoln Cathedral

London

American Church
The Guards’ Chapel at Wellington Barracks
St. John’s Smith Square
Westminster Abbey

 

Newcastle

St. Nicholas Cathedral

Nottinghamshire

Southwell Cathedral

Oxford

Christ Church

Peterborough

Peterborough Cathedral

Ripon

Ripon Cathedral

Rochester

Rochester Cathedral

Salford

Salford Cathedral

Salisbury

Salisbury Cathedral

Southhampton

Romsey Abbey

St. Albans

St. Albans Cathedral

Wells

Wells Cathedral

West Sussex

Chichester Cathedral

Windsor

St. George’s Chapel

Worcester

Worcester Cathedral

York

York Cathedral