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Welcome to the Home page of the Bartholomew Consort - a choral group that was founded in 2001, bringing together singers from around the United Kingdom and The Netherlands with a mutual love of singing, and inspired by the conducting of JanJoost van Elburg.

The consort regularly performs in and around Oxford and undertook a tour of SW France in summer 2003, Bulgaria in 2004, southern France in 2006 and again in 2008; it has also performed on several occasions in Amsterdam.

The choir takes its name from the historic Bartlemas chapel, hidden away in East Oxford and part of a mediŠval hamlet founded by Henry 1 in 1130 as a hospice for lepers.  The chapel (dedicated to St. Bartholomew) remains remarkably well preserved and is still used today for the occasional service, art exhibition or choral concert.

For details of our next concert follow this link.

To buy a ticket on line follow this link (not currently available).

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This page was last updated on 01 July 2014