The Naylor Singers

The Naylor Singers are a group of about 30 adult singers who have a common interest in participating in cathedral services and gather twice a year for this purpose. The membership was originally drawn mainly from London chamber and church choirs, but now about half the members live and are active in church music across the UK. The Naylor Singers' repertoire encompasses music from the early Renaissance to the present day.

Recent visits have been to Armagh and Hereford. For a full list, and for planned visits, please see  our cathedrals

The Naylor Singers are named after the great Edwardian composer Edward Woodall Naylor (son of John Naylor, organist of York Minster) whose anthem "Vox Dicentis" is one of the pinnacles of the English cathedral repertoire. Although the choir performs music from many periods and countries, we always like to include a work by one of the Naylors in our cathedral lists if appropriate.

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We visited Brecon Cathedral in August 2018.