Over the Easter holidays the Chapel Choir, including the Quiristers, took the opportunity to go on tour to Durham, singing in the splendour of the city's Cathedral.
The Choir sang three Choral Evensongs, with some Easter repertoire including Byrd’s motet ‘Haec Dies’ and Wesley’s anthem ‘Blessed be the God and Father’.
The service of Choral Evensong is very familiar to the choir (you can hear them sing most Tuesdays during term time in Chapel) and this meant that rehearsal time could be kept to a minimum, allowing plenty of time for the boys to explore the university city, and enjoy some excursions. The Quiristers went on a walking tour of Hadrian’s Wall, and a guided tour of St James’s Park in Newcastle, whilst the older boys visited Tynemouth and Culler Coats.
The tour proved to be a musically enriching and bonding time for the whole Choir.
19th March 2022
On Sunday 13 March, the College hosted a moving performance of Oliver Tarney's St Mark Passion.
6th March 2022
Winchester will welcome a new Senior Chaplain in the summer, following the departure of Rev Justin White.
10th December 2021
Each year, the festive Mince Pie concert takes place in College Hall. Celebrate Christmas with a view of this year's recording.
19th October 2021
We have an exciting opportunity for four young boys to join the Winchester College Chapel Choir in September 2022 as Quiristers. Find out more about what it's like to be a part of one of the country's most famous choirs.
10th September 2021
Congratulations to the fourteen exceptional musicians who gained their music diplomas this summer.
25th May 2021
Last weekend sixth form pupils led a 24 hour music festival, involving performers of all ages and raising over £5000 for charity. They entertained a small live audience as well as parents and friends, via a livestream of the entire event.