Masterpieces of the Baroque on Saturday 10 November

posted 6 Oct 2018, 03:40 by Caroline Mead

Come to our next concert on Saturday 10 November, Masterpieces of the Baroque.

It will feature Colin Hazel on the keyboard, Michael George on the cello and Alanya Reynolds (soprano).

Hope to see you there!

Good Friday Meditation: Friday 30 March

posted 25 Mar 2018, 13:01 by Caroline Mead

Come to a Good Friday Meditation, a feast of words, images and music.

The music will be performed by St Augustine's Singers. It will comprise
Funeral Ikos by John Taverner
Sancta Civitas by Messiaen
Ave Verum Corpus by Mozard
In Paradisum from the Requiem by Faure

Friday 30 March, 12pm
St Augustine's Church, Richmond Road, Cambridge CB4  3PS.


Reviews of Son et Lumière 2

posted 25 Mar 2018, 12:55 by Caroline Mead

We've had some great feedback from our concert Son et Lumiere 2!

'An incredible event to happen in a small village church.'

From soloist Amanda Dean: 'THANK YOU for a fantastic event on Saturday. Properly spectacular - I really enjoyed taking part!'

Son et Lumière 2, Saturday 17 March 2018

posted 5 Mar 2018, 14:53 by Caroline Mead

Come to a stunning concert of music and projected imagery with Amanda Dean and the St Augustine's Chamber Choir.

It will feature the Berio Sequenza III for female voice, a real showpiece that requires acting as well as singing abilities. It also features Wright and and Van't Hoog's Zip 1, Zip 2 and Zip 3, a series a short video observations of daily phenomena. This will provide visual interpretation for a musical work for the choir.

Finally, there will be the first performance of Richard Hoadley's Unthinking Things, for choir, electronics and projections of dynamic notations, based around concepts investigated by Bishop George Berkeley in 'A Treatise Concerning he Principles of Human Knowledge' written in 1710.

A one-of-a-kind concert that is not to be missed.

Saturday 17 March, 6pm
St Augustine's Church, Richmond Road, Cambridge CB4  3PS.

FREE with retiring collection.

Merry Christmas

posted 21 Dec 2015, 13:35 by Caroline Mead

Our final concert of the year was 'Christmas Bells' at the Michaelhouse in Cambridge on 19th December.

The church was full to bursting - we even had to turn people away - and the feedback was excellent:

"Lovely concert."

"Helped me prepare for thinking about Christmas."

The choir's final appearance of 2015 will be at the Midnight Service on Christmas Eve at 11.30pm at St Augustine's Church, Richmond Road, Cambridge. We'll be singing Philip Mead's Christmas Bells and Charles Ives' beautiful carol, Little Star of Bethlehem.

Concert of Sacred Music for Ascensiontide

posted 17 May 2015, 12:28 by Caroline Mead

Here's a taster of our Ascensiontide concert.

An audience member said: "Beautiful singing. It was the type of stuff to close your eyes to, and let your imagination run wild."

A Concert of Sacred Music for Ascensiontide, Sunday May 10 2015 at 3pm

posted 27 Apr 2015, 05:13 by Caroline Mead

Come and see the St Augustine's Chamber Choir for their first concert of 2015.

The programme includes Monteverdi’s rarely-performed Magnificat A 8 for double choir and musical ensemble. That’s eight individual voice parts plus a group of musicians! There’s also the chance to hear Gorecki’s beautiful Totus Tuus.

It's at St Giles Church, Castle St, Cambridge CB3 0AQ. Tickets are available at and cost just £6.

Happy New Year!

posted 27 Dec 2014, 04:44 by Caroline Mead

Here's a taster of our final concert of the year, a very successful event at the Michaelhouse on 20th December.
We'll be back for more singing in 2015!

Last concert of the year - Saturday 20 December 2014 at 1pm

posted 17 Dec 2014, 07:03 by Caroline Mead

Our final concert of the year takes place on Saturday 20 December 2014 at 1pm.

Come and join us at the Michaelhouse for Sing Amid the Winter's Snow

St Augustine's Chamber Choir with Cambridge Brass conducted by Philip Mead

Works by Palestrina, Victoria, Gabrieli, Gibbons, Schubert, Mead and Paley-Menzies.

At the Michaelhouse, Trinity Street, Cambridge CB2 1SU, at 1pm. Free.

Carol service led by Dr Rowan Williams, 6 December 2014 at 3pm

posted 24 Nov 2014, 13:06 by Caroline Mead   [ updated 24 Nov 2014, 13:08 ]

On Saturday 6th December at 3pm, the choir will appear in a carol service lead by Dr Rowan Williams, at Great St Mary's Church, Senate House Hill, Cambridge, in aid of Addenbrookes Kidney Patients' Association and The National Kidney Association.

St Augustine's Chamber Choir conducted by Philip Mead
Cara Ellison Organ

Carols and two a capella motets
Palestrina: Canite Tuba
Victoria:  O magnum Mysterium

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