Directed by William Prideaux, Peterborough Male Voice Choir is recognised as one of the country’s finest male choirs, with an impressive concert schedule and a track record of national and international competition success. So far this year they have won the male voice class at the 2017 Mrs Sunderland Festival in Huddersfield, at the Oundle Festival of Music and Drama and at the prestigious Cheltenham Festival of Performing Arts, where the adjudicators described their performance as “vocal magic”.
In recent years they have performed with world-renowned musicians including the King’s Singers, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, legendary soprano Leslie Garret, folk hero John Boden of Bellowhead, the Band of the RAF Regiment and the BBC Concert Orchestra – among others – in spectacular venues from Truro Cathedral to Sage Gateshead and all points in between, regularly featuring on local and national radio.
Peterborough Voices is an award-winning women’s choir with an impressive record of national and international competition success and world-class collaborators including Bernie Nolan, classical crossover group Blake, the King’s Singers, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the Band of the RAF Regiment and the BBC Concert Orchestra. Their performances are regularly broadcast on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire.
In 2016 they were awarded a silver diploma at the prestigious Interkultur Canta al Mar international choral competition in Calella, Spain. They won the women’s voices and show tunes classes at the 2017 Oundle Festival of Music and Drama, and the female voice class at the 2017 Cheltenham Festival of Performing Arts, where they were awarded the coveted Gold Cup for the most memorable performance on ‘choirs day’.
Peterborough Youth Choir is the city’s leading youth music group with over 125 members in junior, intermediate and senior sections. Directed by William Prideaux, the choir is free to all and welcomes children from the age of seven, providing professional singing and music tuition and exceptional performances opportunities.
The choir has collaborated with world class musicians including the King’s Singers and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra as well as participating in national tours of Evita starring Marti Pellow and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat starring X Factor winner Joe McElderry. Their performances are regularly broadcast on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire and in 2016 they were featured on BBC One’s Songs of Praise.