Minster Choir

Music plays a central part in the life of the Minster

Music enables us to engage with people from all parts of the community. It is the background for our visitors and a core part of our worship.

The music is provided by our talented Organists together with the Minster Choristers, our Gospel Choir, our Brass Ensemble, not forgetting our bellringers and visiting choirs and musicians. We are currently working to develop a choir for those with autism.

Sometimes quiet and prayerful, other times loud and boisterous, but all to the glory of God.

The Minster Organ (Photo Credit: James Bremridge)
Organist plays the Minster’s organ (Photo Credit: James Bremridge)

Visiting Choirs & Musicians

Visiting choirs and other musicians, both local and from overseas find a warm welcome at the Minster.

Salvation Army leading carols in the Square

Carols in the Square

The Salvation Army band regularly lead carols in the Square during the Christmas period, with shoppers and Minster visitors joining in.

Visiting Choirs & Musicians

Visiting choirs and other musicians, both local and from overseas find a warm welcome at the Minster.

Salvation Army leading carols in the Square

Carols in the Square

The Salvation Army band regularly lead carols in the Square during the Christmas period, with shoppers and Minster visitors joining in.

The Minster Brass

A pool of up to 15 people who come together for major events and services. They have won a competition at the Island Music Festival.

CoMA

Contemporary music for all – this is part of a national initiative for people of all abilities to provide quality concerts. All instruments are welcome

The Minster Brass

A pool of up to 15 people who come together for major events and services. They have won a competition at the Island Music Festival.

CoMA

Contemporary music for all – this is part of a national initiative for people of all abilities to provide quality concerts. All instruments are welcome