After being forced to take a hiatus, we reunited at the end of 2021 for our 40th Anniversary Edition of the Christmas Cracker. We hope you enjoy listening to the recordings as much as we enjoyed singing this concert. Wassail!
It’s taken a bit longer than anticipated, but finally the professional recording of the Christmas Cracker concert from 2019 held at the St Charles Catholic Church in Victory Park is now available. Please enjoy!
In a time when the environment has been critically injured by humankind, Greenscapes brings focus to All Things Bright and Beautiful about our world. Join the choir on a contemporary choral journey of discovery through the earth, the seas and the heavens, with works by Lourens Faul, John Rutter and Morten Lauridesen, as well as … Read more
It’s taken a while, but the recording of Handel’s Messiah performed at the German School is now available. Unfortunately the last few numbers were not recorded due to a technical issue. Enjoy!
It’s taken a bit longer than anticipated, but here’s the recording of the Misa Criolla, performed in Pretoria at the Brooklyn Theatre. Enjoy!
To all those that attended the Lifelong Legacies concert, you will no doubt agree with me that it was a fantastic experience! It was great to sing with the wonderful and passionate singers of Jesus College, Cambridge. The recordings are below. The first song “I was Glad” by Parry was unfortunately not recorded due to … Read more
The recording of The Chanticleer Singers Christmas Cracker 2017 concert is now available. Enjoy!
The recording of the concert is now available for your listening pleasure.
The recording of our German Tour program is now available for your listening pleasure! It was recorded live in Wernigerode in the beautiful Sankt Sylvestri church. Enjoy!
The recording of the fantastic concert at St Charles Catholic Church on the 11th April 2017 is now available! It is available both audio-only and a video version including the words and images projected during the concert. Huge thanks to Jenny and Ron Gill for the moving visuals. Enjoy! Haydn – 7 Last Words of … Read more