The Parish of Bledlow with Saunderton and Horsenden

Bledlow, Holy Trinity: CHOIR

We sang in St Paul's cathedral (above) on January 7th 2019.


Bledlow Church Choir
is a thriving ensemble of around 40 members singing services regularly in England's great cathedrals. It was founded in 2004 by the late John White, and that same year Jeff Stewart became its choirmaster. It sings once a month at Holy Trinity, Bledlow, and at extra services during Holy Week and Christmas.

Read Jeff's account of the choir's history and achievements, 'Scaling the Heights'.

Cathedral visits began on Easter Monday 2007, with Evensong at Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, followed by visits to Peterborough, Birmingham, Norwich, Wells and Lincoln cathedrals.
2011 Salisbury Cathedral in April, and in September, with its new organist, Cynthia Hall FRCO, Southwell Minster.
2012 York Minster (weekend services) (pictures), and Southwark cathedral (pictures).

Coventry and St Albans cathedrals, Southwell Minster, and Malvern Priory (hear it singing Bruckner's Locus iste here).
2014 York Minster, Hereford Cathedral, and the American Cathedral in Paris.
2015 Norwich, Oxford, Winchester and Worcester cathedrals.
2016 Coventry, Guildford, American Cathedral in Paris and Peterborough cathedrals.
2017 St Edmundsbury and Ripon cathedrals.

Canterbury, Birmingham and Durham cathedrals
2019 St Paul's Cathedral, Southwell Minster and St Albans Cathedral

See also Jeff Stewart's biography and read about his other ventures, Choral Holidays and Cantemus cum Spiritu

Join us
If you would like to sing with us, please contact our charismatic choirmaster,
Jeff Stewart!

Stainer's 'Crucifixion' will be performed by the choir on Good Friday, April 19th, at 6 pm. Details

Hear the choir singing Lulajze Jezuniu in Durham Cathedral on Sunday, December 30th 2018.

Support us
Join our 100 Club

Meet my Choir
Bledlow Choir featured on Radio 3's 'Hear my Choir' on Easter Sunday 2014. Listen

Read Choir Notes, written by a different choir member each month, to find out what the choir is up to.

Read 'Why Singing is Good for your Health' (external link)