Chichester Cathedral Choir sings at many of the services, concerts and other events held here. Performing on roughly 300 occasions each year, the choir consists of 14 choristers, 4 probationers (choristers-in-training) and 6 Lay Vicars (professional musicians who sing the alto, tenor and bass parts).
Daily services of Choral Evensong form the core of the choir’s work, along with the Sung Eucharist and Choral Mattins on Sundays. The choir also makes recordings, broadcasts on local and national radio, and undertakes tours around Europe. They sing most days during term-time; please see the services listing for information about forthcoming services and music.
The choir performs under the direction of Charles Harrison, Organist and Master of the Choristers, and the Cathedral's Assistant Organist is Timothy Ravalde.
Update 1 July 2020: The Cathedral will be open for public worship from Sunday 5th July 2020. We encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. Further details about attending for public worship can be found here.