Welcome to Saint George’s Singers

Please browse our website and contact us if you have any questions about performances or membership.

Saint George’s Singers is a large Belfast-based choir. We are a diverse cross-community group who share a love of singing and of performing to the highest standard that we can achieve. Although we sing a wide range of music drawn from the 16th-21st Centuries, our special focus is on great choral works of the Baroque and Classical periods.

St. George’s Church, the place where our choir began over thirty years ago, is a beautiful and welcoming environment to sing in. Situated beside the Albert Clock in Belfast City Centre, it remains our weekly rehearsal venue and a favorite place for our concerts.

We seek to work creatively with other groups, and each season is marked by a number of exciting collaborations with professional and amateur musicians. Currently our links are especially strong with groups in Belfast and Dublin; we will continue to take every opportunity to widen our musical horizons.

We are always interested in attracting new members and new audiences.  Have a look around our website and If you think that this might be the choir for you, e mail us at contactstgeorges@gmail.com for more information – we will be delighted to welcome you!

New Music Director

This season, Saint Georges Singers are delighted to welcome their new Music Director, David Stevens.

David has got the choir straight back to work on an exciting winter programme.

We look forward to some great music-making ahead!

St George’s Singers, under their new Music Director David Stevens, will be performing a programme of seasonal music and carols at their Christmas Celebration Concert on 19th December at 7.30 pm, in St George’s Church, High Street, Belfast.

The choir will sing one of the most familiar pieces of 18th-century Italian sacred music, the Magnificat that has often been attributed to Giovanni Battista Pergolesi but which many believe was actually composed by Pergolesi’s teacher, Francesco Durante. What is not in doubt is the beauty of the piece, or the originality of the seasonal arrangement that will be sung at the concert, with familiar carols interspersed.

The second part of the concert will also have a festive theme and will feature the popular Christmas Cantata by British composer, organist and scholar of 20th-century English music, Geoffrey Bush.