"Exultate produced a purity of sound worthy of King's College, Cambridge" - Rian Evans, The Guardian
"The emergence of the Exultate Singers adds to the growing list of stellar British mixed choirs" AllMusic
"This imaginatively programmed disc marks the Exultate Singers out as a choir to be reckoned with." BBC Music Magazine
"Sung with requisite purity by the Exultate Singers under David Ogden" Financial Times
Exultate Singers is an accomplished chamber choir of 40 singers based in Bristol, founded in September 2002 by its conductor, David Ogden. It has gone on to perform in more than 150 concerts, broadcasts on BBC Radios 2, 3, 4, the World Service and Classic FM and has appeared on BBC's Songs of Praise and The One Show.
Exultate Singers' third CD, All Shall Be Well, including the title track by Roxanna Panufnik, was released on the Naxos label in May 2012 and was featured on BBC Radio 3's In Tune. It was played on Radio 3's The Choir on Sunday 3rd June and was selected as the Essential CD of the Week on Rob Cowan's Essential Classics.
Exultate Singers was chosen by the BBC to represent the UK along with two other adult choirs in the semi-finals of the international choral competition, Let The Peoples Sing 2013.
Exultate Singers performs a programme of choral music including settings of Shakespeare texts in the beautiful setting of Clifton College, Bristol
A programme of Russian music including excerpts from Rachmaninov's All-Night Vigil
Saturday 26 October - Tour of Italy
Evening concert in the Chiesa dei Filippini, Vicenza
Sunday 27 October at 12 noon
Singing Mass in the Basilica San Marco, Venice
Tuesday 29 October at 9pm
Concert in the Basilica San Nicolo, Lecco
Exultate Singers' annual concerts of exquisite music for Christmas in the beautiful setting of St James' Priory
Exultate Singers and the professional chamber orchestra The Bristol Ensemble present a festive programme of Christmas music, readings and pieces for orchestra in St George's, Bristol
All Shall Be Well (2012)
Exultate Singers' newest release, its first on the Naxos label features the title track by Roxanna Panufnik, offers connections and contrasts in music of devotion and consolation in a wide-ranging programme.
A Time For Singing (2008)
Warmly recommended. 4 stars." (Choir & Organ magazine, May 2009)
Visions of Peace (2005)
Described as 'full of interesting items' by Aled Jones on his BBC Radio 3 programme The Choir.