The Worcester Cathedral Choir Association (WCCA) was established in the 1980s to support and enhance the work of the Cathedral Choir in its activities around Worcester Cathedral and in the wider world.
The Cathedral Choir is a choir of eighteen boy, eighteen girl choristers and twelve gentlemen, whose prime responsibility is to maintain the pattern of regular choral services.
The choirs are an integral part of the Cathedral life and history which we are delighted to support and work towards ensuring their continued success and sustainability. An important part of our function is to raise both awareness and funds for the choir. There is nothing quite like hearing the medieval plainsong, or the harmonic complexities of contemporary composers, all within the majestic setting of the Cathedral.
Membership of the Association is open to anyone through a simple subscription and the day-to-day working of the group is managed by a small group of volunteers who represent the wider membership. As a member of the WCCA you will be actively contributing to the choir through your subscription, interest and support.
You will receive a Newsletter and be invited to all WCCA activities including an annual special Choral Evensong.
By joining the Worcester Cathedral Choir Association you will be contributing to the Choir’s work and helping to maintain their national and growing international reputation.
The Association also enables people in less regular contact with the Cathedral to show their support of the choir whilst allowing Cathedral congregation and chorister parents to take an active part in the musical and social life of the choir.
The Choir Association plays a major role in developing the best traditions of the Cathedral choral worship and your support is crucial to the achievement of this for the Diocese of Worcester.
Further information can be obtained by contacting the Music and Liturgy Office at Worcester Cathedral (email@example.com)
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