About The Clothworkers Consort of Leeds
The Clothworkers Consort of Leeds is an auditioned chamber choir rehearsing in the spectacular and historical Clothworkers Centenary Concert Hall at the University of Leeds. The choir pursues a wide-ranging programme of events from concerts, services and tours to weddings and recordings. Please explore our website for further details. The choir's director is Bryan White, assistant Stephen Muir. Find out more about the choir and its directors.
CCL joins Leeds Haydn Players for a performance of Mozart’s Requiem. The concert, directed by Melvin Tan, also includes the overture to Cosi fan tutte and and the Haffner Symphony
Clothworkers Concert of Leeds offers a programme of choral music featuring Darius Milhaud’s arresting Naissance de Vénus, Paul Hindemith’s Six Chansons, The Musgrave’s Four Madrigals and works by Copland, Dello Joio and Hennagin.
A programme of choral music for Advent and Christmas featuring works by Johannes Brahms, Michael Praetorius, Peter Warlock and Derri Joseph Lewis, along with traditional favourites and modern classics.