Sunday, 12th December 2021, at 4.30 pm and 7.00 pm,

Marlborough Road Methodist Church, St Albans, Al1 3XQ

This Festive season, St Albans Choral Society will present its annual programme of Christmas music with plenty of well-known carols, readings and opportunities for the audience to join in!


James Francis Brown – The Hertfordshire Carols  (world premiere)
Gustav Holst  – Christmas Day – a choral fantasy on old carols
Mykola Leontovych – Carol of the Bells


Online only – £10
Available via Ticketsource – booking fee is not included
4.30 p.m. concert  – tickets available here
7.00 p.m. concert  – tickets available here

Important notes:

The concert duration is about an hour.
Audience capacity is reduced to allow for social distancing.
Audience members are encouraged to wear face coverings.
Unallocated seating at the venue.
Doors open 30 min. before the concert.

Saturday 23rd April 2022, at 7.30, The Cathedral and Abbey Church of St Alban

Rebecca Bottone – soprano
Rebecca Afonwy-Jones  – mezzo-soprano
Bradley Smith  – tenor
Felix Kemp – baritone
Amy Dickson  – Saxophone
St Albans Choral Society
Orchestra Nova
George Vass  – conductor
Richard Blackford – Pietà
Commissioned jointly by Bournemouth Symphony Chorus and St Albans Choral Society
Franz Joseph Haydn – Nelson Mass

Saturday 18th June 2022, at 7.30, St Saviour’s Church, Sandpit Lane, St Albans

St Albans Choral Society

Richard Harvey – organ

George Vass – conductor 

Augustina Kapoti – conductor

Ralph Vaughan Williams  – Te Deum in G
John Ireland – Greater love hath no Man
Ralph Vaughan Williams  – Prelude on ‘Hyfrydol’
Herbert Howells – Like as the hart desireth the Waterbrooks
Ralph Vaughan Williams – Prelude on ‘Rhosymedre’
Edward Elgar – Great is the Lord, Op 67
Ralph Vaughan Williams – O taste and see
Geral Finzi – Lo, the full final Sacrifice
Ralph Vaughan Williams – Five Mystical Songs