We welcome to our services people of all faiths and none. Our worship is mostly in a traditional style that can be deeply moving in our great building. Our musical resources complement that style and are mostly centred on classical music.
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We occasionally webcast our services. For our latest webcast, click here
Truro Cathedral has had a choir since its doors first opened in 1887. The current choir is something of world class cultural significance that is going from strength to strength here in Cornwall.
To find out more about Truro Cathedral Choir, which sings at seven services each week during term time, click here.
WE ARE CURRENTLY RECRUITING FOR BOY CHORISTERS FOR SEPTEMBER 2017 !
The eighteen boy Choristers rehearse before school every day and give four or five public performances each week. As well as singing to many thousands of people here in Truro, in recent months they have recorded a CD with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales and broadcast live on BBC Radio 3. In the coming weeks, they will sing concerts and services in Germany.
When boys apply to join the choir, in Year 2 or 3, we are not looking for a “finished” musical product, but rather for potential. We would warmly encourage anyone who thinks their son might enjoy this life-changing opportunity to contact our Director of Music to discuss what the commitment is, and what the benefits are:- email@example.com
Click here for our Cathedral Choir Boy Choristerships leaflet.
Our Cathedral Choir also has girl Choristers and there is a separate recruitment process for them. They are in the 13 to 18 year old age group as their voices do not change in the way boys’ voices do. We welcome interest from girls currently in their first year at secondary school, and possibly their second year (Years 7 and 8).
Click here for details about our Cathedral Choir Girl Choristerships. Girls are normally selected while they are in Year 8 at school, and join the Choir as they enter Year 9.
Click here for details of our Choral Scholarships for altos (male or female), tenors and basses.
Click here for Visiting Choir information