Ross Penyard Singers are an amateur, mixed-voice choir based in Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire.
We like to support charity and local community projects with our concerts.
Please take a look around our website and find out about our concerts, how to book us for a special event and how to join or support us. The choir has vacancies in all sections and new members will be very welcome. There are no auditions.
We welcome suggestions as to what you would like to hear
and we look forward to seeing you.
Our Next Concert
The next concert given by the Ross Penyard Singers will be held on 23rd November 2019, 7:30pm at The Venue, Ross-on-Wye.
We’ll be singing works by Haydn, Benjamin Britten (Rejoice in the Lamb), Giacomo Carissimi (Jephte) and excerpts from Michael Tippett’s A Child of our Time supported by a string quintet and a clarinettist, so put the date in your diary!
The Magic of Mozart Our All Mozart concert took place on 26th November 2016. We performed the lovely ‘Missa Brevis in D’ with choir, soloists & string ensemble and continuo, as well as the beautiful ‘Ave Verum Corpus’ and solos/choruses from Mozart’s dazzling operatic...read more
The Musical World of Lerner and Leowe The Ross Penyard Singers presented and performed 'The Musical World of Lerner and Loewe' in front of a packed house at The Venue on 21st May 2016. Under the expert leadership of our Choirmaster, Mr John Frith, and ably supported...read more
Choral Classics On 28th November 2015, the Ross Penyard Singers presented an evening of Choral Classics. Under conductor John Frith, and with string ensemble and continuo accompaniment, we sang Handel's Arrival of the Queen of Sheba and Zadok the Priest, Vivaldi's...read more
Help the Choir
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Our chosen charity to support in 2019 is Severn Freewheelers, a free, out of hours service delivering blood, human tissue and other essential medical items between NHS facilities in Hereford & Worcester, Gloucestershire and North Wiltshire. You can read more about them on their website