Glorious Chorus

Watch Glorious Chorus sing ‘Family’ at Exeter Cathedral, supporting folk/rock band-of-the-moment Sound of the Sirens.

Glorious Chorus’s stunning video of their ‘Money’ mashup – the song which won them a place in the finals of Charles Hazelwood’s inaugural Orchestra In A Field choir competition.

Catch Glorious Chorus live in concert this summer at a variety of festivals and events around the south of England. This fabulous performance choir based in Totnes is the principal voice-piece for all of Helen’s new songwriting.

The choir will be performing a new repertoire for this season, featuring it’s outstanding new soloists. Complete with sensitive choreography by in-house artistic director Catherine Wilcox, this choir is a must-see.

Auditions are held every summer for September intake and at Christmas time for January intake.

Visit the Glorious Chorus website for all information.


Performing in 2013

Glorious Chorus in concert

The girls enter Dartington Hall to sing at Home Festival

The girls enter Dartington Hall to sing at Home Festival

Finalists at Orchestra In A Field

Finalists at Orchestra In A Field

Xmas '2012

Xmas ‘2014

In 2010 Glorious Chorus collaborated with commercial rap artist, Sam Welch, and pop producers, ‘The Competition’, with the release of Fabio World Cup Song. This coincided with England’s participation in the World Cup finals and accrued over 200,000 hits on as well as airplay on numerous sports TV channels. Glorious Chorus scored another publicity hit for Christmas with the release of their flashmob video of Fairytale of New York, Helen’s arrangement of The Pogues’ classic. The video is available to view on YouTube and has accrued thousands of hits.

Helen is director and composer for Glorious Chorus in Devon. Highlights of this performance choir include Glastonbury festival, Port Eliot & the Isle Of Wight festivals and finalists in the inaugural Orchestra In A Field choir competition. Click to visit the Glorious Chorus website.

‘Exceptional! Plenty of heartfelt soul to leave the crowd enraptured, and calling for more’
Dan Faberoff, Stage Manager, Glastonbury Festival, 2010

Other Devon Choirs

Helen runs the Embercombe volunteers choir at Embercombe near Exeter.