Ipswich Chamber Choir

Since its formation in 1984, Ipswich Chamber Choir has established a reputation for a high standard of performance.   We employ a professional Music Director and Assistant Music Director, and we engage professional soloists and instrumentalists to perform at least three concerts a year in and around Ipswich.

Benedict Collins Rice is our Music Director, assisted by Emma Haggar.


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Saturday 30th March 2019

at St Mary-le-Tower Church, Ipswich


J.S. Bach Mass in B minor

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Pre-concert supper available at 5.30pm at The Ipswich and Suffolk Club - two courses, coffee and parking.

Concert tickets £15 (under 18s free) and supper tickets including parking £18, available from ipswichchamberchoir@gmail.com



A wonderful concert at St Mary le Tower with some challenging pieces that the choir and organist accomplished with real verve. A great evening.
— Sally Wilden
Ipswich Chamber Choir were extremely impressive, and managed to pull off a diverse programme of emotional music with aplomb. The strong rapport between them and Benedict was palpable in the rehearsal and concert, and they were a pleasure to sing with.

— Robbie Haylett, Baritone
It was a great pleasure to work with such a talented musician as Benedict. Ipswich Chamber Choir performed with great musicality and impressively brought to life their challenging concert repertoire. I am sure that there are many exhilarating concert seasons to come under Benedict’s assured baton.

— Anna Cavaliero, Soprano
The Ipswich Chamber Choir’s high standards make working with them a pleasure.
— Benedict Quirke, Tenor
It has been my great pleasure to sing with them on several occasions. They are extremely friendly and welcoming and perform with great passion and musicianship.
— Rupert Reid, Baritone
“I really enjoyed singing for Ipswich Chamber Choir. The programmes are always fantastic. I am increasingly impressed by the musicality with which the choir sings.”
— Robyn Allegra Parton, Soprano
They are one of the most enthusiastic, well-drilled and vibrant choirs that I have had the pleasure to stand in front of.
— Edmund Hastings, Tenor