Our Singing

"Our Christ is Born Today" recorded at St Leonards, Tring
for the charity Look Good, Feel Better

Concert at All Saints, Soulbury , April 2012

Our Past Performances

Concert at St Catherine's Church, Hoarwithy - May 2017
(more pictures from Hoarwithy)

Collégiale Notre-Dame de Montréal, near Avallon, Burgundy

Concert, 11th May 2013

Listen to some of the pieces :

Antoine Rufener ( Saxophone )

Penny Martin ( soprano )

The concert featured guest appearances by Penny Martin ( Soprano ) and Antoine Rufener ( Saxophone )

More pictures>>>>


Other Recent Events

"Christmas is coming"
at Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Drayton Beauchamp

Wednesday 9 December 2015


"Christmas Celebration" at St. Cross Church, Wilstone

a just-over-an-hour long concert of Carols and Advent hymns, with soloist Thomas O'Shea, horn.  

Donations to the Friends of St. Cross, collecting on behalf of DENS (the Dacorum Emergency Night Centre), who are building a new hostel. 


Graham Caldbeck

A Musical Matinee

St. Mary and St. Peter's Church,
St. Helier, Jersey

A concert of short choral pieces,
sacred and secular, serious and light-hearted, something for everyone

Guest Artist  -  Lillian Garnier, piano 
(Jersey Young Musician of the Year, 2014)




"Christmas
at Halton House "

November 2014

 

To raise funds for
the Wendover Multiple Sclerosis Centre


Farley Church

May Concert at All Saints' Church,
Farley, Wiltshire 

"Sweet Lovers Love the Spring"
17 May 2014, a Farley Music Festival event

The programme included the choir's usual mixture of short but splendid sacred and secular items, with a little audience participation towards the end. The church has excellent acoustics, often being used as a recording venue.

Dr Richard Godfrey, former organist at Farley, and restorer of the organ there, was our accompanist, and Helena Mackie, oboist in the National Youth orchestra, was the soloist.

The proceeds of the concert were shared between the Scanner Appeal at Salisbury District Hospital and Farley Church itself.


Spring Concert  at New Mill Baptist Church, Tring
on 26 April 2014

New mills Church Interior


The church was built in 1808 on the site of a former church, and is a charming building in the traditional non-conformist style, complete with a balcony from which you can only see the preacher!  It has good acoustics too. 

The Ridgeway Chorale performed our usual varied menu of items, sacred and secular, serious and not. Our soloist was Scarlet O'Shea, a fifteen year old violinist, and member of the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britian. 

Hospice Logo


The concert raised money for the Iain Rennie Hospice at Home, now merged with a similar organisation called Grove House and re-named Rennie Grove Hospice Care


Vevey, Switzerland
In front of a convenient backdrop, taken on 23 May 2008 before a joint concert with pupils at St. George’s School. Two days later we sang by ourselves in the German Church at Montreux to a hugely appreciative audience.

Yvorne, Switzerland
The more energetic members of the choir working off good Swiss food near Yvorne in May 2008

The Malvern Hills
On the top of Worcestershire Beacon, May 2009. During our annual away-weekends a bracing walk between the morning rehearsal and the evening performance has become a traditional feature.