Based in Winchester, the Waynflete Singers is one of Southern England's premier amateur choirs, performing an exciting and diverse choral repertoire. We produce excellent musical events in the Winchester area and beyond, with the support of select professional orchestras and first class soloists.
Next Concert: 50th Anniversary Gala Concert
Saturday 28 March 2020, 7.00pm
The Waynflete Singers gave their first concert in November 1970 in Winchester Cathedral. This special concert to mark their 50th anniversary features much-loved choral works that have been central to the choir's repertoire as well as a newly commissioned piece. Conducting duties are shared by music directors past and present.
Parry: I Was Glad
SS Wesley: Ascribe unto the Lord
Howells: A Hymn for St Cecilia
Roderick Williams: To Autumn
First performance - Waynflete Singers Commission
Vaughan Williams: Five Mystical Songs
Barber: Toccata Festiva
Parry: Blest Pair of Sirens
Roderick Williams, baritone
Andrew Lumsden, organ
Alice Neary, cello
The Waynflete Singers
London Mozart Players
Martin Neary, conductor
David Hill, conductor
Andrew Lumsden, conductor
£49, £39, £27, £22 (2 for 1 offer applies) and £15
available from Winchester Cathedral Box Office from 3 February
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Announcing our Sponsorship with JM Finn
We are thrilled to have received sponsorship for this golden anniversary year from investment managers JM Finn.
50th Anniversary Gala Concert
Don't delay! Tickets for our 28 March Gala Concert are now on sale from the Cathedral Box Office.
"Elgar's Glorious Kingdom"
Two reviews of our December 2019 concert are now available.
It's a Wayn's Life - Tyneside edition
Read "Waynfletes on Tyneside" - the latest in the series of items in which our members describe their experience singing with the Waynflete Singers.
Crowdfunding for 2020 - we made it!
As part of our 50th birthday celebrations, we're commissioning a new choral work by the established British composer, Roderick Williams. This is an expensive project but we've raised money by crowdfunding.