The Delaware Choral Scholars are embarking on their Summer 2023 tour to the United Kingdom! The 60-voice international touring choir will be competing at the Llangollen Choir of the World competition in Wales, headlining at the JAM on the Marsh Festival in Hythe, England, and performing in many concerts along the way!
Want to see us on tour? Here are our upcoming dates!
July 5: St. Mary’s Church | Streatley, England | 19h30
July 7: St. Collen’s Church | Llangollen, Wales | 13h00
July 7: Chester Cathedral | Chester, Wales | 15h30
July 8: Eisteddfod International Choral Competition | Llangollen, Wales
July 9: Byrd’s Mass for Five Voices | St. Leonard’s Church | Hythe, England | 10h30
July 11: Canterbury Cathedral | Canterbury, England | 12h00
July 12: Nicholas Cleobury Masterclass | St. Leonard’s Church | Hythe, England| 14h30
July 13: Festival Concert: JAM on the Marsh | St. Leonard’s Church | Hythe, England| 19h00
Our Detailed Itinerary!
The choir lands at LHR and arrives in the lovely village of Streatley-On-Thames, England, to conquer jet lag and begin rehearsing!
The choir rehearses during the day, and performs an evening choral concert at St. Mary’s Church in Streatley on Wednesday evening at 19h30.
The choir does a pop-up concert at Coventry Cathedral at 10h00 and participates in the Llangollen Parade of Nations in preparation for the competition.
The choir prepares for the Llangollen Choir of the World Competition and performs two concerts- St. Collen’s in Llangollen at 13h00, and Chester Cathedral at 15h30.
Llangollen Choir of the World Competition! Wish DCS luck!!
A chamber group from the choir sings William Byrd’s Mass for Five Voices in Hythe, England, for the JAM on the Marsh Festival.
The choir performs a pop-up concert at Canterbury Cathedral in Canterbury, Kent.
The Delaware Choral Scholars are the choir in residence at the JAM on the Marsh festival in Hythe, England. This will culminate in a concert at St. Leonard’s Church at 19h30.
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