Cantamus Chamber Choir is a Wiltshire based amateur choir led by Michael Daniels. Cantamus regularly performs a wide range of chamber music and occasionally larger works often with other local and national groups. The choir holds concerts throughout the year in the Bradford on Avon region.

If you would like to book the choir to perform at your event please go to our Contact Us page.
Cantamus at Holy Trinity Church in Bradford on Avon - May 2017

Cantamus at Holy Trinity Church in Bradford on Avon - May 2017

Cantamus at St Martin's Church in Bled, Slovenia - June 2016

Cantamus at St Martin's Church in Bled, Slovenia - June 2016

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Previous events

Christmas Concert - with Bristol Brass Consort

St James's Church, Church Street, Trowbridge

Cantamus Chamber Choir present a Christmas celebration of carols and readings, old and new with the Bristol Brass Consort. The concert will be in support of Breakthrough Trowbridge.

Tickets: £8 / £4 under 18s Tickets sold via the Wiltshire Music Centre. Click the link below to buy online or call the box office on 01225 860100. A limited number of tickets will be available on the door.

St John Passion: with English Touring Opera

Wiltshire Music Centre, Ashley Road, Bradford on Avon

Cantamus join forces with the ETO for the second time (first collaboration was in 2014 to perform the Bach Cantatas). This October sees Jonathan Peter Kenny conduct the choir singing the St John Passion accompanied by the Old Street Band. For more information on the project visit http://englishtouringopera.org.uk/productions/st-john-passion

Jul13

Zadok Rules - Hallelujah!

Wiltshire Music Centre, Ashley Road, Bradford on Avon

A community choral piece by Alexander L’Estrange, inspired by royal music through the ages and the works of G.F. Handel. The piece was commissioned by The Hanover Band to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, June 2013.

Cantamus will perform with the St Laurence School's choir and chamber orchestra. There are two performances, at 6.30pm and 7.30pm.