Thame Chamber Choir

Thame Chamber Choir has been providing audiences with high quality musical performances since it began in 1999. We are a vibrant mixture of adults of all ages, from many different walks of life, with a shared love of performing alongside each other, to the very best of our abilities.

Thame Chamber Choir's repertoire has included substantial works by Bach, Bernstein, Charpentier, Dvorak, Faure, Handel, Haydn, Kodaly, Liszt, Mozart, Rossini, Schutz and Vivaldi, as well as shorter works by a wide variety of composers from the Renaissance to the twenty-first century.

Many concerts take place in St. Mary's, the beautiful fifteenth-century church in the heart of Thame and summer concerts are regularly held in the glorious acoustic of Exeter College Chapel, Oxford. Others have been performed in Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford; Peterborough Cathedral; Wells Cathedral and Bath Abbey.

Although we work hard at our music, we are also a friendly, sociable group. Most weeks, after rehearsal, a number of choir members will be found taking well-earned refreshment in The Cross Keys before heading home, and there are usually one or two social get-togethers during the course of a year.

Music in Thame 2019/2020 Season

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We are a vibrant mixture of adults, of all ages, from many different walks of life, with a shared love of making good-quality music together. We rehearse every Wednesday evening from 8pm till 10pm in Christchurch, Upper High St, Thame. If you are interested in joining us, please get in touch

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Christmas is Coming!

Carols and festive music by candlelight served with mince pies and mulled wine.
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Next performance:
7:30 PM 18th December 2021

at St Mary's Church, Thame

The World is Waking Up

Choral reflections on a changing wonderful world
The World is Waking Up
Last performance:
8 PM 16th October 2021

at St Mary's Church, Thame