'Quire Voices' trademark performance is not to traditionally stand on the concert platform and sing at the audience but to surround the listeners, almost in-the-round but with the choir on the outside. This style of singing leaves no room for error or for weakness of voice and demonstrates the superb musicianship of these wonderful singers...The last item on the programme was so movingly and so mysteriously sung, it was not only the audience who were moved to tears but some of the performers too.'
Holy Trinity Garrison Church, Windsor, writing about Quire Voices' concert 'Faure: Requiem', July 2014
Founded in 2011, Quire Voices is a semi-professional chamber choir providing experienced singers with an opportunity to perform a diverse range of musical styles. Directed by Sean Bui, they deliver high-quality, engaging performances in and around Windsor, through a range of concerts, special events, and services.
Their last concert season featured interesting and innovative programmes including two musical lectures: Music of the Royal Courts and Byrd: 400 alongside A Choral Nativity Christmas concert and an Evensong at The Royal Chapel of All Saints, Windsor Great Park.
Previous performance highlights include: working with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, The Heroes Band, and CORO Chamber Choir; a special Jubilee concert at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle with the Orpheus Sinfonia as part of a massed choir; and working with The Band of the Household Cavalry to commemorate the outbreak of the First World War, which was attended by HRH Prince Edward and broadcast on Classic FM. Quire Voices regularly perform as part of the Windsor Festival, and their most recent concert, 1707: Handel and d’Astorga at Eton College Chapel was received with great acclaim.
If you would like to find out more about Quire Voices, please visit www.quirevoices.com.