St Asaph Cathedral Choir
St Asaph Cathedral Choir dates back to the late 13th Century and today continues to play a significant role in both the liturgical and musical life of the Cathedral and Diocese.
St Asaph Cathedral Choir offers choristerships to boys between the ages of 7 and 13 years, and girls aged 8 to 16 years, who share a love of music.
Although previous musical training is not essential, the choir seeks to encourage those who are committed to fine music-making and giving of their best.
The choir sings regularly in the Cathedral and the choristers have appeared on national radio and television, both in live and recorded radio broadcasts, and have featured in two BBC TV Songs of Praise programmes recorded in the Cathedral.
Boy trebles are admitted to the choir from age 7 and continue until their voices break.
The Cathedral Girls Choir was established in 2003. The girls (age 9 to 16) come from far and wide, not just the St Asaph area.
We are always pleased to hear from parents of any prospective boy or girl interested in joining the Cathedral Choir.
The Cathedral Layclerks provide alto, tenor and bass parts for both boys/girls choirs. They rehearse weekly. All the choirs have varying Sunday commitments.