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Elgar Baroque Singers
John Wilderspin, Director

The Elgar Baroque singers are a choir for advanced singers whose repertoire draws from the Renaissance, Restoration, Baroque and Early Classical Periods.

The choir made its debut in a public performance of Henry Purcell's Jubilate and has further engagements planned for Worcester, Oxford, London and abroad.

The choir performs regularly with early instrumental ensembles and orchestras and employs soloists from within the ranks of the choir. It has set its mission to promote awareness of early music to a wider audience, especially younger people. 



Monday-Friday 10:00am - Various

Saturday-Sunday Various

The school is normally open from 10am during the term times and remains open up until 10pm dependant upon activities and classes. We run reduced hours during the school holidays. 




The Elgar School of Music

16-21 Deansway



e. enquiries@elgarschoolofmusic.org.uk

t. 01905 28613

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President: Julian Lloyd Webber

Chairman of the Governors: Christopher Allsop

CEO Kate Fawcett

  Head of School: Noriko Tsuzaki

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