Campaign for the Traditional Cathedral Choir
Formed to champion the ancient tradition of the all-male choir in cathedrals and similar ecclesiastical foundations; with details of membership, newsletters, a library of resources, events diary, and a list of traditional all-male choirs.
The Cathedral Chamber Choir
A choir, drawn from singers who valuethe English Cathedral and Choral traditions, who perform in cathedrals around the country; includes a profile, contacts, calendar of visits, and audio clips.
The Church Music Society
Founded to publish and encourage the performance of good, but unavailable, church music; includes a catalogue, newsletters, background articles, and contacts.
Friends of Cathedral Music
Established to preserve and support the tradition of choral music in Britain's Anglican and Catholic cathedrals; includes details of membership and meetings, with a directory of cathedrals and choir schools, details of grants, news, and contacts.
Guild of Church Musicians
An interdenominational association formed to foster the highest standards of music in worship. Includes details of meetings and membership, publications, and examinations in Church Music.
In Quires and Places Where They Sing
Describes a project creating a definitive discography and collection of recordings from choirs of gentlemen and boys singing in the English Cathedral tradition; includes information for visitors, newsletter, and contacts.
The Liturgical Music Courses
Provides opportunities for choral singers to rehearse and perform in some of England’s finest cathedral settings; includes details of coming courses, reports of previous ones, and how to apply.
Morland Choristers Camp
An annual week-long residential summer course in Cumbria, open to members of church choirs, or school choirs that sing church services, of any denomination; includes programme and venue details, how to join, and contacts.
Society of Saint Gregory
National society for liturgy and music in the Roman Catholic Church welcomes Christians of any denomination who seek to achieve similar aims through liturgy, music and the arts.