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Chichester Voices was formed in 1992, giving their first public performance in October of that year. The choir is a chamber choir and has over the years enjoyed the companionship that belonging to such a group brings to its members.

The choir was initially formed of musicians working at St Richard's Hospital, Chichester, but soon opened its doors to non medics. Starting with just 12 members the choir has always worked with charities 'involved in the relief of human suffering'. Charities approaching the choir are put forward for consideration at the AGM and then offered a suitable concert date.

The choir now numbers around 20, performing usually with six sopranos, six altos, four tenors and four basses. The wide repertoire enjoyed by the group allows it to tailor its programmes to the occasion. Singing from ancient to modern, from plainsong to jazz and sacred to secular ensures variety which both performers and audiences seem to like.

An important and much enjoyed part of the choir's work is singing in our great cathedral churches. Recent visits have taken the choir to St Asaph, Bury St. Edmunds, Chester, Christchurch Priory, Gloucester, Peterborough, Portsmouth, Southwell Minster, Winchester, Worcester – and of course Chichester.