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St. Paul's Church - Birmingham England
Music: The Choir
The Church of England
the Church
Set in a timeless Georgian square, with rolling lawns and tree-lined walks

Serving God
in the Jewellery Quarter

The Choir

>Choir Recruitment 2013

St Paul’s has an adult voluntary choir which plays a central role in the main Sunday service at 6.30pm each week, leading the congregational hymn and psalm singing and singing anthems.

Their repertoire ranges from Plainsong to Tudor anthems and motets, to modern works.

The choir rehearses at 5.30pm, immediately prior to the service at which it sings. The one-visit-per-week commitment makes it ideal for those who would find committing to a weeknight rehearsal difficult, perhaps due to living some distance from the city centre, for example.

During the year there are a number of additional opportunities for the choir to sing, including a Requiem Mass for All Souls’ Day, an Advent Carol Service, and occasional joint events with other choirs both in St Paul’s Church and elsewhere.

People interested in singing with the St Paul's Choir should contact the Director of Music in the first instance. Whilst the ability to sight sing is not essential, it is desirable since rehearsal time is limited. St Paul’s is a beautiful Georgian church with one of the finest choral acoustics in Birmingham, in which it is a real joy to sing.

Organist and Director of Music: Paul Carr web

>Choral Evensong

>Advent Carol Service

>Carols at Urban Coffee Company

>Requiem: Maurice Duruflé

>Review: Annual Service of the BOA
Birmingham Organists Association

>Service Music

>Thursday Live Monthly Organ Recitals

>The Organ