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The Henry Ley Singers

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About The Henry Ley Singers

Chamber Choir
Oxford
Founded in 2012 by its previous director, The Henry Ley Singers is an exciting new chamber choir of young singers based at Keble College.

Founded in 2012 by its previous director, The Henry Ley Singers is an exciting new chamber choir of young singers based at Keble College, Oxford. Made up of between 8 and 16 voices, the choir perform a wide range of music in concerts and services, both in Oxford and beyond. Over the course of 2013-2014 the choir will perform at the 'Keble Early Music Festival' alongside Oxford Baroque and Mahan Esfahani, record their first CD (the music of the late Clive Russell) and sing for services at Ely Cathedral. Recently, the choir have performed for the Britten in Oxford event, 'The art of Peter Pears' in front of Nicholas Cleobury and esteemed television presenter, broadcaster and producer, Humphrey Burton. The ensemble is named after distinguished past Organ Scholar of Keble College, Oxford; Dr Henry Ley.

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