The Leeds Guild of Singers:
an auditioned chamber choir, founded in 1948, based in the Clothworkers' Hall (in the University of Leeds' School of Music), directed by Graham Coatman.
We give around ten concerts and performances every year, some for charity, in and around Leeds, see about. We are also for hire, see contact.
Over on the right:
listen to a range of our recent recordings, some with the Skipton Camerata. If you'd like to be kept informed there's our emailing list, Facebook page, tweets, and Google Calendar.
News:
2017 — We're always keen to recruit able singers. For all the details of our practice times etc please see the contact page.
Latest:
2017.06.03 — We've found our new MD: Joe Judge. From his bio, "Director of the Hallé Choral Academy, and Founder of Turton Consort, he also holds a number of positions around the North West. He was one of eight inaugural Fellows of the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain (2015/16), performing as part of an elite vocal octet throughout the UK and in Malta, Shanghai and Hong Kong. He frequently performs as a soloist, and works with UK ensembles such as Westminster Abbey Choir and Armonico Consort. He has participated in masterclasses given by James Gilchrist, Harry Christophers CBE, and Lucy Schaufer.

Joseph is very excited to begin working with Leeds Guild of Singers, a choir who have already proven themselves able to perform a vast array of repertoire to an excellent standard, and keen to collaborate with many of Leeds and Yorkshire’s musical ensembles." Joe Judge's website.
Concerts