The choir gives a number of concerts both in the UK and abroad each year, making appearances in prestigious festivals such as the Spitalfields Festival in London and the Aldeburgh Festival; as well as performing in churches, cathedrals and halls.

The choir often collaborates with other professional groups, and has performed with the Cambridge Baroque Camerata, the Aurora Orchestra, Orchestre National Bordeaux Aquitaine and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.


Thursday 6 December, 8 pm

Cambridge Early Music presents 'The Caius to a Baroque Christmas'
Great St Mary's Church, Cambridge
Caius Choir will be joined by some of the country’s best up-and-coming period instrumentalists to perform Charpentier’s Christmas masterpiece, based on popular folk noëls of the 17th century. This will be complemented by works by some of the North German Baroque school of composers, including Buxtehude, Schütz, and Weckmann. 

Tickets are available here

Caius Consort French Christmas Tour

A group of Caius Choir members will be performing a series of concerts in Paris and Bergerac to promote their latest CD release Cantique de Noël

Friday 14 December, 6 pm
Joint concert with the Maîtrise de Paris in the Salle d'Orgue, Conservatoire à rayonnement regionale, 14 Rue de Madrid, Paris 

Saturday 15 December, 8 pm
Concert in Église Saint-Pierre de Chaillot, 31 avenue Marceau, Paris. More information can be found on the poster

Sunday 16 December, 10.30 am
Service at the Temple du Saint-Esprit, 5, Rue Roquépine, Paris

Monday 17 December. 8 pm
Concert in Église Ste Foy la Grande

Wednesday 19 December, 8.30 pm
Concert in Église St Jacques, Bergerac

Friday 30 November, 7.30 pm

Caius Choir Alumni Christmas Concert
St George's Church, hanover Square London

In addition to excerpts from the choir’s new Christmas CD ‘Cantique de Noël’ (French music for Christmas from Berlioz to Debussy), which will be on sale, the programme will include carols for all to sing and carols by two Caian composers, Paul Fincham and Peter Vizard. Wine and mince pies will be served during the interval.
Tickets available here

Supersize Polyphony 360 Tour with the Armonico Consort

Supersize Polyphony 360 is a celebration of large-scale works from the 16th century, performed surrounding the audience. The unique programme features epic motets, such as Tallis’ Spem in Alium and Striggio’s Ecce Beatam Lucem, alongside the rarely performed 60 part Missa Ecco Si Beato Giorno. Interspersed with the serene beauty of ethereal chants by Hildegard of Bingen and other works from the period, it is an evening of such magnitude and polyphonic drama that cannot be missed.

Tickets for all of the concerts listed below are available here.

Friday 22 June, 7.30pm ~ Thaxted Festival, Thaxted
Sunday 1 July, 7.30pm ~ Lighthouse, Poole
Tuesday 3 July ~ Concert in Great Bedwyn (see below)
Thursday 5 July, 7.30pm ~ Malvern Theatres, Malvern
Friday 6 July, 7.30pm ~ Coventry Cathedral, Coventry
Saturday 7 July, 7.30pm ~ The Anvil, Basingstoke
Thursday 12 July, 7.30pm ~ The Church of Our Lady and English Martyrs, Cambridge
Friday 13 - Sunday 15 July ~ trip to Vienna (see below)
Tuesday 17 July, 7.30pm ~ Petworth Festival, Petworth

Tuesday 3 July, 7pm

Faure's Requiem & Music for a Summer's Evening
St Mary's Church, Great Bedwyn, Wiltshire

Tickets from £10 to £20 including a free glass of Prosecco



Saturday 14 July
3pm Recital in Peterskirche, Petersplatz
Programme includes Missa Pange lingua Josquin des Prez and music by Marenzio and Celemns non Papa.
Admission Free

6pm Concert in Christ Church, Jauresgasse
A varied programme of British choral music by Wood and Stanford, works by Mozart and Haydn plus a selection of British Folksongs and madrigals.
Retiring collection

Sunday 15 July, 9.30am
Mass in Stephansdom
William Byrd Mass for four voices

Holy Week Concerts in Spain

Monteverdi’s famous setting of the Psalm Beatus vir opens this programme of music for soloists, choir and string trio. Kerll’s Missa in fletu is one of the most powerful settings of the Mass text from the 17th century with some extreme chromaticism; it was written while the composed himself was besieged in Vienna. Leo’s Miserere is a complete setting of the famous Lenten Psalm in which the composer pays tribute to the Palestrina style of sacred vocal music, though enriched with early 18th-century harmonies. Each concert concludes with Carissimi’s celebrated oratorio Jephte, in the version with violins, telling the tragic tale from the Old Testament. 

Saturday 24 March, 7.30pm ~ Iglesia de la Sangre, Liria, Valencia
Sunday 25 March, 8.00pm ~ Iglesia del Buen Suceso - Santa Ana, Sagunto, Valencia
Monday 26 March, 8.00pm ~ Iglesia de Santiago, Villena, Alicante
Wednesday 28 March, 8.30pm ~ Iglesia de Santa Maria, Brihuega, Guadalajara


A Ceremony of Carols

Britten's magical collection of music for upper voices and harp is the centrepiece of this varied programme of music for Advent and Christmas.

Monday 18 December, 8 pm
City Hall Kong
Tickets available here

Tuesday 19 December, 7.30 pm
Victoria Concert Hall, Singapore
Tickets available here

Sunday 25 June, 7.30 pm

Voices of London Festival 2017
St James's Church, Sussex Gardens, London
This concert brings together nearly all of Julian Anderson's small-scale choral works, including a newly-commissioned Nunc dimittis, and music from Caius Choir's latest CD release Set Upon the Rood.

More information and tickets available here

Holy Week Concerts in Spain

Tuesday 11 April, 7.30 pm ~ Auditorio de Castellón
Wednesday 12 April, 7.30 pm ~ Iglesia de San Miguel, Cuenca in the SMR festival 
                                                                (Semana de Música Religiosa de Cuenca)
Thursday 13 April, 12.00 pm ~ Sant Bartomeu Church, Benicarlo
Friday 14 April, 12.00 pm ~ San Nicolas Church, Requena

Saturday 11 March, 7.30 pm

Music for Passiontide & Commemoration
Great St Mary's Church, Cambridge
'Great Britain mourn!' - Anthems by William Byrd, Orlando Gibbons, Thomas Tomkins & Henry Purcell, plus Alonso Lobo's St Matthew Passion (Chant from Toldeo c. 1600)
The choir will be joined by The Cambridge University Viol Consort (William Hunt, director) and Cornetts & Sackbuts from the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama (Jeremy West, director).

This concert features a rare chance to hear both a consort of viols and an ensemble of cornetts and sackbuts in combination with voices, featuring some of the finest English music of the 17th century. The concert also celebrates the anniversary of the death of Alonso Lobo in 1617.

For more information please take a look at the poster

Tickets available here

Saturday 4 March, 7.30 pm

Allegri's Miserere, Byrd's Mass for Five Voices & other sacred music
St Neots Parish Church PE19 2BH
For more information please take a look at the poster


Tuesday 6 December, 7 pm

Bright Morning Star! Music for Advent & Christmas
Holy Trinity Church, Bincombe, Dorset
For more information please take a look at the poster

Monday 5 December, 7.45 pm

Bright Morning Star! Music for Advent & Christmas
Bradford Abbas Church, Dorset
For more information please take a look at the poster

Friday 2 December, 7.30 pm

Caius Choir Alumni Christmas Concert
St George's Church, Hanover Square, London, W1S 1FX
The evening will include a performance by the current Choir, as well as a chance for Alumni to take part in the singing and for the whole audience to sing some festive favourites. The music will feature Caius composers from Charles Wood to Tommy Hewitt Jones plus varied items for both Advent and Christmas. Tickets available here.

Saturday 12 November, 8.00 pm

The Dream of Gerontius ~ Edward Elgar
Ely Cathedral
The combined choirs of Gonville & Caius, Clare, Jesus, St Catharine's and Selwyn Colleges, Cambridge University Chamber Choir and the Ely Cathedral Girls Choir will perform this masterpiece of choral music with the Britten Sinfonia under the direction of Mark Williams. For more information and tickets please visit the Cambridge Music Festival website.

Concert Series on the Isle of Man 
A musical evening with the Wesley Family

Monday 4 July, 7.30 pm ~ Castletown Methodist Church
Tuesday 5 July, 6 pm ~ St German's Cathedral, Peel
Wednesday 6 July, 7 pm ~ St Lupus, Kirk Malew
Thursday 7 July, 7.30 pm ~ St George's Church, Douglas
Friday 8 July, 7.30 pm ~ Christ Church (by the station), Laxey
Saturday 9 July, 7.00 pm ~ St Paul's Church, Ramsey

Saturday 25 June, 7.30 pm

Midsummer Concert ~ Music for Choir with Harp & Lyre
St Mary's Church, Whitchurch, Cardiff
Programme includes the World Première of Cantata by Stuart MacRae for choir & lyre, and works by Fauré, Rheinberger, Parry, Vaughan Williams & Holst
For more information please take a look at the poster

Saturday 7 May

London Festival of Contemporary Church Music
St Pancras Parish Church, Euston Road, London
Music for the Lost Palace of St Stephen’s Westminster
Works for choir and organ by Nicholas Ludford
New music for choir and ancient instruments
Works by Stephen Bick, Francis Grier, John Kenny and James MacMillan, including the premières of The Deer’s Cry by John Kenny and Set upon the Rood by Stephen Bick
John Kenny (Deskford Carnyx), Patrick Kenny (Lochnashade Horn), Barnaby Brown (Northern Triplepipes, Lyre & Aulos)

Friday 15 April, 7.30pm

Auditoire de Calvin, 1 Place de la Taconnerie, 1204 Geneva, Switzerland
Fauré Requiem and English Choral Masterpieces from the 16th-20th centuries. For ticket information please take a look at the poster.

Saturday 12 March, 7.30pm

St Mary's Church, Ashwell, Herts

Wednesday 9 March, 7.30pm

Joint concert with the Choir of the Music School, Mannheim at Great St Mary's Church, Cambridge. Programme includes J. S. Bach's Actus Tragicus BWV 106


Saturday 5 December, 7.30pm

The Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Harlton
Fauré Requiem and music for Advent and Christmas

Wednesday 15 July, 8.30pm

St Albans International Organ Festival, St Albans Cathedral
“Music of the Irish and Tudor Kings” featuring the first performance of James MacMillan's work for choir, triplepipes and organ, Noli Pater.

Tuesday 30 June, 1.15pm

Chapel of St Mary Undercroft, Palace of Westminster
A recital of music from the Caius Choirbook, part of the St Stephen’s Chapel, Westminster: Visual & Political Culture, 1292-1941 project.

Sunday 28 June, 3.00pm

Deal Festival, St Andrew’s Church
A concert of Brazilian choral music from the CD, Romaria

Friday 26 June, 7.30pm

St Peter & St Paul, Charlton Church, Dover
A concert in aid of Porchlight in association with the Rotary Club