Welcome to Lincoln Choral Society

Lincoln Choral Society is a 100-strong mixed choir. We are Lincoln's largest choral group and our aim is to give our audiences a wonderful musical experience, drawing on local, national and international musical talents, all in the magnificent setting of Lincoln Cathedral.
Our concert programmes are designed to appeal to all those who love the fabulous choral music of Verdi, Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, Rossini, Karl Jenkins and so many more. We are fortunate indeed to have Neville Turner as our Musical Director, a musician of renown throughout the north of England and beyond.

Flower Festival Concert
Keen Lincoln music aficianados may be interested in the Bassingham Flower Festival in St Michael's Church, Bassingham on 24th September. The concert features the award winning 440 Quartet (from Birmingham) as well as Ed Wellman, our LCS Assistant Musical Director and celebrated local organist. The program comprises all kinds of musical genres, including popular, classical, jazz and blues. There is something here to delight anyone interested in local musical talent and with tickets at £10 there is sure to be great demand. You can secure your tickets from Green's Store, Bassingham or from John Rowland - 01522 788652. There is music for all tastes here, so please show your support for this wonderful local musical event and get to know Bassingham! The flyer for the event is here. You can see/hear some of the excellent work of 440 Quartet on youtube here.

The next LCS concert is a celebration of the Baroque. The works being performed are J S Bach's Magnificat and Wachet Auf, along with Telemann's Overture TWV55 D18, performed by Lincolnshire Chamber Orchestra. For more information please click on the 'Next Concert' panel to the right.

Here is a video of the choir in rehearsal for the Shakespeare concert.

Lincoln Choral Society in Hull City Hall

Members of Lincoln Choral Society took part in a very exciting concert in January 2016 when they travelled to New York to perform Karl Jenkins' 'The Armed Man -A Mass for Peace' in Carnegie Hall. Details here: LCS at Carnegie Hall.

We present two major concerts most years and smaller ones at Christmas and in the Summer. We are an independent choral group with charitable status and rely to a very great extent on patrons, sponsors and friends for our ongoing viability. There are a number of ways you can support our choral society.
If you would like to consider supporting Lincoln Choral Society by becoming a Patron or a Friend please look at the information on this site. We greatly appreciate the support of our local community and are proud to have a growing number of local companies and organisations among our sponsors. There are many advantages in becoming a Patron/Sponsor or Friend -details on the Patrons/Friends page.



Join Us!
If you would like to join us as a singing member please click 'Join Us' on the menu at the top of the page (or here) for more information. We are currently seeking tenors and basses but new members of any vocal range are welcome. And always remember 'Singing Is Good For You!' Click the link to find out about 'ChoraLine', their projects and services.

If you are already a singing member of the choir, then please click on the 'Members Login' menu button at the top of the page for the latest information.



Future events include the following -further details will be added as they become available.

  • June 17th 2016: A Celebration of 'Shakespeare in music' at St Katherine's Cathedral Church. Details in the 'Next Concert' panel, above right.
  • November 5th 2016: 2016 Bach's Magnificat & Wachet Auf - Lincoln Cathedral. Also, G.P. Telemann's Overture TWV 55. D18 -Lincolnshire Chamber Orchestra
  • December 11th: Carol Singing on High Street, organised by St Barnabas' Hospice
  • December 17th 2016: Christmas Carols at St Nicholas Church, Lincoln.
  • March 25th 2017: Haydn -The Creation
  • November 4th 2017: Elgar -Spirit of England, Haydn -Mass in Time of War
President The Acting Precentor, Dr Mark Hocknull
Vice President Dr David Flood
Honorary Vice Presidents The Right Revd The Bishop of Lincoln, Miss Jane Eaglen, Professor Naji S Hakim, Miss Jane Glover, Dr Francis Jackson OBE, Lady Jean Nevile
Musical Director Neville Turner
Répétiteur & Assistant Musical Director Ed Wellman
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