Rodolfus Choir CHOIR

The Rodolfus Choir was founded in 1983 from the most accomplished singers from the summer choral courses, now known as the Eton Choral Courses.

There have now been 131 of these week-long courses, held all over the country. The choir’s first activity was a tour of Italy and Southern Germany. Since then they have toured regularly, including three visits to America. Their sixteen recordings include two of the music of Francis Grier, one of large-scale arrangements of nineteenth-century orchestral works and songs by Clytus Gottwald, the Monteverdi Vespers and the Bach b minor Mass. The last six CDs have been brought out by Signum. As well as regular broadcasts on BBC Radio, recent projects have included working at Abbey Road Studios to record Elgar's Sea Pictures with the English Chamber Orchestra. 2013 marked the Anniversary of the Rodolfus Choir, celebrated with a Gala Concert at St John’s Smith Square on New Year’s Eve. 2014 includes performances at the Three Choirs Festival and Westminster Abbey.

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