Choral Scholarships

Our choral scholarships offer superb opportunities for ambitious students looking to develop a range of professional-level musical skills. The Cathedral Choir – acknowledged as one of the finest in the country – sings daily services, with the Choral Scholars singing on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons and Sunday mornings.

Choral Scholar Timetable:
Tuesday – 4.30-6pm : Rehearsal, Vespers and Mass
Wednesday – 4.30-6pm : Rehearsal, Vespers and Mass
Sunday – 10-1pm : Rehearsal, Mass and scholars’ rehearsal.

Click here for the choral scholarship flyer.

‘I’d never really sung much early music before, so to come to a choir where Josquin, Tallis and Monteverdi are part of the diet has been a revelation. My sight-singing and choral confidence has improved beyond measure and I’ve subsequently started coaching some of the choristers in the wider programme.’ TD, Choral Scholar

Organ & Conducting Scholarships

As well as our Choral Scholarships we have a range of opportunities available, from organ playing to choral conducting and youth choir leadership. These scholarships give budding musicians the opportunity to develop specific skills through work experience not offered in Higher Education, enabling them to launch performing careers in classical choral music. Clear progression routes, expert tuition and mentoring, invaluable contacts and regular performances (including BBC broadcasts, the Leeds International Organ Festival and joint concerts with the Gabrieli Consort) make these scholarships an invaluable and unparalleled experience. 

To apply for our scholarships contact:
office@dioceseofleedsmusic.org.uk / 0113 244 8634

...'We constantly strive for the revealing of the extraordinary potential and hope contained within the children we work with. they deserve the very best we can bring them.'
Here's to another great term of singing with our schools and choirs!

...'Classical choral music is all too often a culturally monolithic bastion of privilege - the children we work with deserve the riches of this world too; we cannot allow the improvement of access to be undermined...'

Yesterday, the Director of the Schools Singing Programme, @thomas_leech, spoke to the @CatholicEdLeeds Headteachers' Conference on the many benefits for education, equality of opportunity, character formation and faith that excellent state school singing provides...

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Worth up to £2,000 a year, university students local to Leeds have the opportunity to sing with one of the country’s finest cathedral choirs. With clear progression routes, expert mentoring and regular performances (including BBC broadcasts, the Leeds International Organ Festival and joint concerts with the Gabrieli Consort) these scholarships are an invaluable and unparalleled experience.

Leeds Cathedral now has scholarships available for all voice parts from September 2019. To apply contact: office@dioceseofleedsmusic.org.uk
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Worth up to £2,000 a year, university students local to Leeds have the opportunity to sing with one of the country’s finest cathedral choirs. With clear progression routes, expert mentoring and regular performances (including BBC broadcasts, the Leeds International Organ Festival and joint concerts with the Gabrieli Consort) these scholarships are an invaluable and unparalleled experience. Leeds Cathedral now has scholarships available for all voice parts from September 2019.
To apply contact: office@dioceseofleedsmusic.org.uk

www.dioceseofleedsmusic.org.uk/cathedral-scholarships/
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