A few examples of pieces we have performed. Listen to a live recording by the choir of 
O Nata Lux by Thomas Tallis

Details of future concerts, and examples of past programmes

Details of recent and upcoming church services


Formed in 1991, the King Charles Singers is a small group of experienced performers, who enjoy singing music of the English cathedral tradition.

We sing church services and occasional concerts, mostly in the parish church of King Charles the Martyr in Tunbridge Wells. We are also a regular visiting choir at Westminster Abbey, and have sung several times at Westminster Cathedral and St Paul's Cathedral. We have also made occasional trips abroad, participating in the Dieppe Early Music Festival in 1995, and on tour to Venice in 2009.

The choir's size depends on the event. For most services, we number between five and ten singers, but this can double for important occasions. Additional singers are drafted in from elsewhere as necessary to help us put on the best music to the highest standard.


We can also offer younger people an opportunity to gain some experience of public performance. We have had school-age students singing with us in the past, and prospective university choral scholars would find us a useful stepping stone. Any enquiries from pupils or teachers are welcome.

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Want to join us? Singers wanting to join the choir, on an occasional or regular basis, are more than welcome to contact us. Good sight-reading is necessary, as we generally rehearse no more than once for each event.
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