Tours

Queen's choir usually undertakes at least one major concert tour each year. The choir’s touring schedule has taken it to exciting locations across three continents.


2017 TAIWAN TOUR 

The Choir of The Queen's College, Oxford is delighted to announce its 2017 tour to Taiwan. Organized with the generous support of Mr. Sam Yang and Kingdom Education, this two-week tour (beginning 21 March) will include engagements at the Xin Zhuang Concert Hall, Nanhua University, Ming Chung University, and National Taiwan Normal University, as well as performances and workshops for young singers at several international schools. The Choir will visit, Taipei, Chia Yi, Kaohsiung, and Toroko Gorge National Park.

 

previous tours

2016

Portugal (Viseu, Ponte de Lima, Oporto, Braga, Coimbra, Batalha)

2015

UK (Winchester, Exeter, Truro, Bristol, Salisbury)

2014

China (Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai)

In 2014 the choir embarked on its first ever tour of China, only the third visit of an Oxford choir to China. The Choir performed at the following locations:

•      The Hong Kong Club

•      St John’s Cathedral, Hong Kong

•      Forbidden City Concert Hall

•      The Great Wall of China

•      Shanghai Concert Hall

•      Fudan University Concert Hall

•      Dulwich College (Beijing / Shanghai)

2013

Portugal (Braga, Oporto, Coimbra, Viseu)

2012

UK (Edinbugh, Leeds, Lake District, Orkney, Dundee)

2011

Italy & Sardinia (including Umbria - Festival Federico Cesi)

2010

Portugal (Coimbra)

2008

Germany, Belgium & The Netherlands (including Ghent - Koor & Stem Festival, Utrecht, Amsterdam, Cologne & Bonn)

2007

Portugal (Lisbon, Coimbra, Oporto, Braga)

2006

USA (Boston, New York, Virginia)

2004

Sri Lanka (Kolumbo & Kandy)

2003

France (Nice, Cannes, Monte Carlo, St Tropez)

2002

Portugal (Braga, Aveiro, Oporto, Ovar)

2001

USA (Washington, Richmond, Virginia Beach, New York, Greenwich)

2000

France & Spain (Paris, Malaga, Granada)

 

Cathedral Visits

Since 1998 the choir has sung services and concerts in Gloucester, Lincoln, Norwich, Salisbury, Wells, Westminster, Worcester, and St Paul’s Cathedrals, and annually at Westminster Abbey.