Welcome to Oxford Youth Choirs

Click here for the MEMBERS area to access practice videos, rehearsal scores, and OYC policy documents.

Oxford Youth Choirs is a group of six choirs, including the Oxford Girls' Choir, for children aged between 4 and 18. We meet on Saturday mornings in Oxford at the Cherwell School North Site. Promoting musical diversity, we perform a range of music from Jazz to Opera. Our ethos is excellence for all - every choir member is encouraged and supported to be the best singer and musician they can be.

In the words of our patron, internationally renowned baritone, Roderick Williams OBE

"I have seen the choir grow from strength to incredible strength and have worked alongside them in opera, concert, jazz and dance, in London, across the UK and abroad - this is no ordinary choral training!"

In spite of COVID we are recruiting now for the school year 2020-2021:

For younger children

  • Mini Music Toddler Class. This new Zoom toddler class from Oxford Youth Choirs will give young children a lively introduction to singing and music. There will be puppets, interactive musical games and songs with live piano and guitar accompaniment. Online sessions are 30 minutes. Tickets are £5 per class with a discount available for block bookings per term. FREE trials available. To book, visit www.bookwhen.com/minimusic
  • Prep Choir (from age 4). With fun warmups, interactive games and songs, we will introduce children to elements such as pitch, rhythm and dynamics.


  • Junior Girls
  • Junior Boys


  • Senior Girls
  • NEW Senior Boys (with individual coaching for the developing voice - please email for details)

The Rose

The Rose
Oxford Girls' Choir's first virtual recording made during the coronavirus pandemic. Edited by Ed Conroy and Jon Livesey. Words and music by Amanda McBroom, arranged by Richard Vendome.

Sing along with Vivaldi!

Vivaldi's GLORIA - practice scores and videos
This playlist is based on our performances for the BBC and SKY Arts, together with the new Vivaldi's Women edition of the score transcribed from the original manuscript, together with rehearsal tracks to sing along with. Try singing each of the parts! Learn about our research into the Venetian tradition of female tenors and basses here.

An Evening with Amadeus Spring 2019