The Manchester University Choral Programme is made up of Manchester University Chorus, Ad Solem, and the Cosmo Singers.  Led by Robert Guy, they perform in concerts in Manchester and further afield throughout the year.  While Ad Solem and Cosmo Singers are auditioned ensembles made up of music students, the University Chorus is not auditioned and includes both students and non-students of all ages.


This season the Chorus is looking forward to performing Brahms’ German Requiem and Vaughan-Williams’ Towards the Unknown Region at our Christmas Concert.  Our second semester will feature Orff’s Carmina Burana.

More information about joining us here

Read more from conductor Robert here


Upcoming concerts

Manchester University Chorus
Sunday 2nd December 7.30 pm

Whitworth Hall
Brahms German Requiem
Fauré Towards the Unknown Region


Upcoming concerts


Holy Name Church, Saturday November 3rd 2018

7.30pm, Holy Name Church, Oxford Road, Manchester.
Works include William Walton’s ‘The Twelve’, Imogen Holst ‘A Hymne to Christ’ and Francis Poulenc ‘Mass in G major’.

Also featuring The Cosmo Singers, performing choral works by Brahms, Rachmaninov, Maurice Durufle and Gustav Holst.

Tickets in cash on the door only (£10.50, £5 concessions, £3 students).