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The Choir, Sundays at 6.30pm on BBC Radio 3

Join Aled Jones every Sunday evening for performances and features exploring everything from barbershop to gospel, plus profiles of today's leading choral performers and composers.

Choral Evensong, Sundays at 4pm on BBC Radio 3

A weekly live broadcast from a church location in the UK comprising hymns and biblical readings.

St John's College Choir – Webcasts

This traditional college choir are making the most of modern technology by audio-streaming some of their services.

Radio 3 Discovering Music – Gospel Roots

Listen to a programme first broadcast in 2004 in which Stephen Johnson is joined by Ken Burton and the London Adventist Chorale to reveal the roots of gospel choral singing.

Choirs from Wales

A list of the best-known choirs from Wales

Royal Choral Society

The RCS sings regularly in some of the UK's finest concert halls and cathedrals, joining with top international orchestras, soloists and celebrities.

The BBC Singers

A 24-voice ensemble, forming the UK's only full-time professional chamber choir. The Singers are a vital resource in the broadcast music-making of the BBC and a major force in British concert life.

Halle Choir

The Choir gives around twenty concerts a year with the Hallé Orchestra at The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester and other venues across the UK. It performs an exciting and varied programme of major choral and operatic works.

London Community Gospel Choir

'LCGC' is of the UK's longest standing gospel choirs. The choir performs a wide range of styles from funky gospel flair and R'n'B to the more traditional and soulful arrangements.

Young at Heart Chorus

A New England-based American chorus with an age range from 72 to 88, who perform songs by Jimi Hendrix, Talking Heads and Radiohead!

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