• Appreciative Audiences

    Appreciative Audiences

  • Exciting Repertoire

    Exciting Repertoire

  • Interesting Venues

    Interesting Venues



The English Arts Chorale is making ambitious plans . . .


Next EAC Concerts

Saturday 2nd December 2017    7.30pm
St Mary's Church, Reigate

Programme includes The Lark Ascending (soloist Savitri Grier), Barber's Adagio for Strings and Finzi's In Terra Pax.

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Sunday 10th December 2017    4.30pm
St Mary's Church, Balcombe

Carols at Balcombe

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Saturday 16th December 2017   7.30pm
St Mary's Church, Bletchingley

Carols at Bletchingley

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Next EAC Rehearsal

Monday 27th November    7.44pm  #
Wray Common Primary School, Reigate

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EAC President Brian Kay led the first Britten War Requiem joint rehearsal recently. Read more about the project, and read a transcript of his…

Join the English Arts Chorale and you could soon be singing in

The Chapel of St John's College, Cambridge
Winchester Cathedral
Tewkesbury Abbey
Queen Elizabeth Hall
Snape Maltings
Siena, Italy

as well as more intimate venues in Surrey and Sussex, including Reigate, Redhill, Bletchingley and Balcombe

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What Our Audience Say

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Paul Carr World Première - Reigate Oct 2017

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Translucent Singing

Not our words, but those of composer John Rutter, describing a recent performance of Lauridsen's "Sure on this shining night". Similarly, international soprano Susan Gritton, listening to the English Arts Chorale sing the Rachmaninov "Vespers," spoke enthusiastically of "a very special sound." The Chorale's distinctive sound has delighted audiences at home and abroad.

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