Since 1951, Cumbria Rural Choirs has been bringing together singers from across Cumbria and neighbouring areas, to perform large scale choral works, often led by internationally-renowned conductors and accompanied by professional musicians and soloists - something which small choirs are rarely able to do. You can read more about our organisation here.
Our next concert - “Celebrating Wordsworth” - will be on Saturday, 21st March 2020 in Carlisle Cathedral. 2020 is the two-hundred-and-fiftieth anniversary of WIlliam Wordsworth’s birth.
The unique and exciting concert programme features contemporary and specially-commissioned works to commemorate Wordsworth’s outstanding poetic legacy.
Read more about the concert here.
Why not come and sing with us as a member of Cumbria Rural Choirs in 2019-20? With over 100 members, it is the largest amateur choir in the county. Individuals may join as “independent” singers, only attending the key CRC joint rehearsals, or as a member of one of the constituent choirs.
Read more about Cumbria Rural Choirs here on the website and please get in touch if you need more information.
You’ll find a membership application form here too.
When and where are our rehearsals? The full list of dates, times and venues is available here.
We welcome your support in whatever way you choose to express it. As a registered charity (Registered Charity No. 1169081) we are always grateful for financial support to achieve our aims, whether as a sponsor; an advertiser in our concert programmes; or simply through a donation.
Most importantly, we welcome you as a member of the audience at our concerts, and will always aim to delight!