"Exultate produced a purity of sound worthy of King's College, Cambridge" - Rian Evans, The Guardian
Exultate Singers is an accomplished chamber choir of 45 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.
The choir is known for its engaging, entertaining and consistently high quality performances, making use of performance venues' spatial effects with singers placed in different positions around the hall or church throughout concerts. For particular pieces of music, the singers encircle the audience, enveloping it with stunning live surround sound, a spellbinding experience.
Exultate Singers performs a fundraising concert for Nepal in aid of the charity PHASE Worldwide which works in rural communities, and for which one of singers was volunteering when the earthquake struck in April
Exultate Singers returns to the beautiful cathedral in Salisbury to sing the weekend's services: Evensong on Saturday, Eucharist and Evensong on Sunday
A performance of James MacMillan's extraordinary new work Seven Angels, a setting of vivid and dramatic text from the biblical Book of Revelation
Exultate Singers' fourth CD features a programme of contemplative, powerful and inspiring choral music. Released December 2013. Buy now
Exultate Singers' first release 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.