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Welcome to our choir

Members of the Cantilena choir ExeterWe are a mixed voice choir, formed in 1987, of roughly 30 members, based at Broadclyst near Exeter.

Our ages and backgrounds are diverse, as is the range of music we sing – mostly in four parts (SATB).

We are a friendly and enthusiastic group who thoroughly enjoy singing together while always striving to improve our knowledge and ability.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cantilena delighted to have raised £1752 for ELF charity

We are delighted to confirm that Cantilena raised £1,752.32 for the Exeter Leukaemia Fund in 2013.

Here, Rosaleen Rashley, Chairman, is presenting the cheque to Dale Edwards, CEO of ELF.

Cantilena cheque presentation to ELF

Our Charity for 2014 is the FORCE Cancer charity based in Exeter.

Our next concert is on November 22

  • Location: Southernhay United Reform Church, Exeter
  • Starts at 7.30 pm

More details coming soon!

Listen to us

Listen to us by clicking the audio clips below, recorded at recent concerts:

  Jerusalem      |        Soon Ah Will Be Done

  Hello   |      I Serraillets Have

 Deep River

If you would like to join us

If you think you may be interested in joining the choir, click here to find out to enquire about current spaces, if available.

Cantilena spring concert 2014 programmeCantilena’s contribution to the Starcross Past & Present Festival

As part of the celebrations in Starcross Past & Present Festival, Cantilena were invited to sing at a concert at St Paul’s Church on Saturday 24 May 2014.

Our programme included a range of classical and lighter music, ranging from spirituals to the beautiful Cantique de Jean Racine by Fauré. The musical evening also included vocal solos for soprano and alto, organ works performed by David Hill and Cor van der Wijngaard, plus an enjoyable contribution for piano and flute from the St Paul’s Starcross music group.

Our Spring concert

Cantilena’s Spring concert was at Broadclyst church on 2 April.

The choir sang a range of choral pieces by composers including Mendelssohn, Vaughan Williams, Rutter, and Gretchaninoff. Among the highlights was a solo by soprano Heloise West.

Proceeds were donated to Exeter-based cancer charity FORCE.

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