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The song playing is Helen’s arrangement of Sam Cooke’s classic soul hit ‘A Change is Gonna Come’, featuring the choir’s tenor soloist Vernon Davis on lead vocal.


Glorious Chorus on BBC Radio 3’s ‘The Choir’ programme
Listen to the choir being featured on ‘The Choir’ where members of the choir talk about their times with Glorious Chorus by visiting the News Page.

Totnes Market Choir
Helen is handing over the running of this choir to friend/colleague Rob Carney to make space for other work projects. Rob will re-start the choir at the end of September. Contact Helen for any further details.

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Catch Glorious Chorus this autumn & winter

Glorious Chorus already has a full diary for this autumn and winter which can be found on the Gigs Page. The choir has been selected to perform at the Voices Now Gathering in Birmingham on 17th September; after that it’s a concert and workshop with Helen at The Flavel in Dartmouth followed by its Christmas programme every weekend in December in the South West. Hope to see you there!

Watch Glorious Chorus take shoppers by surprise at Gloucester Services

The choir had such a great time at Voices Now Gathering in Birmingham on 17th September that they decided to have one last sing on their way home! See them sing their 'Try/Stay With Me' mashup here.

Director/Composer Helen Yeomans wins major prize at the UK Songwriting Contest

Helen has been announced winner of the gospel/faith category with her song ‘Saved' in the 2015 international songwriting competition. The competition attracts over 7,000 entries in total and is one of most prestigious songwriting contests in the world with several international winners in this year’s contest. Glorious Chorus will be performing this outstanding song next summer and you can find it on the Love, Peace & Harmony CD on the CD Shop Page. You can also see the choir perform it on the video below. For all info about the contest, visit

Saved performed by Destiny Africa

Helen’s prize-winning song was picked up by Tin Pan Alley productions which is about to run a 12-part Sky TV songwriting contest. Saved came in at number 13 of the final songs chosen out of over 600 submitted - although it didn’t make the contest ex-Radio 1 DJ and Tin Pan Alley producer Mike Read loved the song so much he chose it to be arranged by Ugandan youth choir Destiny Africa who are touring around Europe at the moment. See what they did with the song by clicking here.

The best of 2015 from Glorious Chorus

The two videos below were filmed live at Glorious Chorus’s Totnes Christmas concert on 20th December and show the choir performing two of their favourite songs. Little Drummer Boy, based on the Pentatonix arrangement, features beatboxing by Taschi.

These new videos of Glorious Chorus are from the summer 2015 repertoire and feature three of the favourite songs of the season - Jerusalem, Unto This Land and Saved. Helen’s arrangement of Jerusalem takes the song back to it’s roots, introducing a brand new chorus and a change in time signature. Unto This Land is a new earth blessing inspired by Hafiz and Saved is a soul show-stopper featuring new soloist Fran Andre. Enjoy!