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The inspired, commanding singing that followed created the perfect ending and underscored what must surely go down as Henley Choral Society’s finest hour.

Trevor Howell, Henley Standard (Bach St John Passion)

  • Sat
    7:30 pmReading Concert Hall

    7:30pm – 9:30pm

    Reading Concert Hall (directions)

    Henley Choral Society
    Lea Singers

    Yvonne Howard  - The Angel
    Joshua Ellicott  - Gerontius
    Matthew Brook   - bass
    Benjamin Goodson   conductor-

    Dream of Gerontius Information Leaflet

    For tickets call 01491 572795  - cost £18 (unfortunately due to the cost of staging this event we are unable to offer any concessions).
    Online (£2 booking fee)
  • Sat
    7:30 pmChristchurch Centre, Henley

    20th Century French Composers

    DURUFLÉ - Requiem and Quatre Motets
    FAURÉ - Cantique de Jean Rancine
    VIERNE - Messe Solennelle
    Will Dawes, baritone
    Judy Brown, mezzo-soprano
    Richard Moore, organist
    Tom Edwards, conductor

    Information Leaflet





  • Sat
    2:30 pmSt Mary's Henley

    Junior and Senior Youth Choirs with Henley Choral Society
    Full Festive Programme
    Handel: Zadok the Priest
    Featuring Onyx Brass described by BBC Music Magazine as "easily the classiest Brass ensemble in Britain"
    and Daniel Moult - "one of the finest organists of our time" (The Organ)

    Please contact Jan French on 01491 572 795 for ticket availability

  • Sat
    7:30 pmSt Mary's Henley

    Henley Choral Society with Henley Senior Youth Choir
    will be joined by Onyx Brass "easily the classiest Brass ensemble in Britain" BBC Music Magazine,
    and Daniel Moult on the Organ.
    Traditional Carols with audience participation.
    Handel: Zadok the Priest
    Stanford: Te Deum
    Tavener, Lauridsen and Palestrina
    Please contact Jan French on 01491 572 795 for ticket availability




7.30pm Saturday, 6th April 2024, The Great Hall, University of Reading


June 6th 2024, marks the 80th anniversary of D-Day, the largest Naval, Air and Land Operation in history.  Ahead of these commemorations, at 7.30pm on April 6th at The Great Hall, University of Reading, Henley Choral Society presents a concert of works by British composers written between 1916 and 1945, on the themes of peace, service and sacrifice.  Performing Vaughan Williams haunting Dona Nobis Pacem (‘Grant us peace’), Elgar’s rousing The Spirit of England and the beautiful Lo, the Full, Final Sacrifice by Finzi, the concert will include a retiring collection in aid of the Royal British Legion. With the talents of Christine Cunnold, soprano, Ross Ramgobin, baritone and The London Collective orchestra, as well as the 100-strong chorus, Songs of Peace promises to be an exceptionally stirring and moving occasion.

Early booking recommended. Tickets £23 with £5.00 concessions including for veterans and current members of the services.

Parking for The Great Hall at the adjacent White Gates Car Park is free (sat nav RG1 5AG).

Henley Choral Society gratefully acknowledges the support of the Vaughan Williams Foundation and Finzi Friends in the performance of this concert.



Saturday 14th October, Henley Town Hall


What an absolutely amazing event this was!  Over 300 adults and children joined us to sing at the two events on the day AND you raised over £1,000 for Riverside Counselling.

First report and pictures here.


A selection of past concerts