We started Polycoro to explore choral repertoire that is under-represented and to offer a high-energy, persuasive, eloquent approach to choral performance. We share the conviction that we are discussing ideas in a musical form, rather than giving a concert, and so our public presentations are meant just as much for debate as for hearing. We offer complete experiences for the attendee, using immersive approaches to concert creating that offer a feast for many of the sense.

Polycoro exists in a few different formats depending on what the repertoire calls for – sometimes we are just 4 singers, sometimes we are 24. Sometimes we lean towards repertoire that was written just this year, sometimes we are back in the Middle Ages.

Above all, Polycoro is a labour of love between a group of us – a distinguished group of singers and a board – who advocate that choral music can always be more complete and more interesting. I can’t say enough good things about the experience of working at Polycoro.