St Peter’s Singers of Leeds is a versatile and talented chamber choir, with a reputation for enterprise and inspired music-making.
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Directed by Dr Simon Lindley, we sing beautiful classical and church music in and around Yorkshire, and we tour in the UK and Europe.
‘… a jewel in the crown of Leeds’ cultural scene…’
‘…an ego-less ensemble … exquisitely musical…‘
‘Bring us O Lord God’ from our CD ‘One Equal Music‘ !
Got an hour free in the middle of the day ? Drop in to our lunchtime recital in Leeds Town Hall – admission is free – and enjoy a moment of peace and recreation!
The programme features outstanding works and deeply moving music, beginning with Philip Moore’s brilliant and exciting Tu es Petrus, taking in some classic Elgar, and finishing with Britten’s wonderfully whimsical Rejoice in the Lamb.
Looking for a choir to join in Leeds?
We’re a friendly bunch and welcome both experienced and young singers with talent and commitment to join us.
“There was a palpable momentum to Good Friday’s deeply moving performance given by the St Peter’s Singers and the National Festival Orchestra… The vocal line was impeccably counter-balanced by the rich sonorities of the instrumental ensemble.”
“As to be expected, Orchestra of Opera North and St Peter’s Singers deliver the goods with ease and are truly terrific in bringing the narrative into a new and perfect realm.”
Dr Simon Lindley has been Director of Music for St Peter’s Singers ever since the chamber choir was founded in Leeds by Harry Fearnley in 1977.
With a long and distinguished track record as one of Yorkshire’s leading choral directors and organists, Dr Lindley has a string of published compositions and arrangements to his name, notably his Ave Maria, which has been recorded, by Kathryn Jenkins, amongst others.
We welcome your engagement with St Peter’s Singers, in whatever form you wish that to take.
You can support our artistic programme by joining our growing Friends of St Peter’s Singers scheme and enjoy free tickets and special access.
Or you can just subscribe to our free newsletter and receive updates on the choir’s news and upcoming concerts.