Exultate Singers appear on BBC television's Songs of Praise, singing David Ogden's arrangements of well-loved hymns including Dear Lord and Father of mankind, Fight the good fight and Be still my soul.
The pieces were filmed in St Alban's Church in Westbury Park, Bristol in March, with the Lochrian Ensemble (Catherine Black and Alison Black, violins; Nerissa Dando, viola, and Matthew Greswell, cello), the clarinetist Julia Holmes and harpist Kate Watt.
The programme can be seen on BBC iPlayer
Sunday 12th July 2009 at 5pm on BBC One
Exultate Singers sing Choral Eucharist at St Paul's Cathedral, London, including Howells Gloucester Service and Sumsion's They that go down to the sea in ships.
A new commission from composer Roxanna Panufnik for choir and solo cello is the centrepiece of what promises to be a stunning concert in Clifton Cathedral, Bristol commemorating the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Exultate Singers' newest release, recorded and produced by John Rutter. Described as, "a terrific mixed bag of a programme, designed to show off the considerable qualities of the Exultate Singers under their founding conductor, David Ogden... Warmly recommended. 4 stars." (Philip Reed, Choir & Organ magazine, May/June 2009)
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Exultate Singers' debut CD which includes Be still my soul in an a capella arrangement. The CD was described as 'full of interesting items' by Aled Jones on his BBC Radio 3 programme The Choir. Â£12.99 each - buy online now
During the filming of Songs of Praise, Eleanor Roylance, a media studies teacher and member of Exultate Singers, made a film for her students about the way the music is recorded. Click below to watch the film.