The Rugby Choristers at Bilton Grange

A typical chorister week

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“Really excited other children are going to have the opportunities that I experienced”

– Naomi, Chorister at Rugby School

Pie Jesu

What does a typical chorister week look like?

Choristers attend morning rehearsal every weekday before school plus a service two, three or four afternoons each week according to a two-week schedule. The younger choristers have a lighter timetable which builds up to the full commitment in due course. There are not normally any commitments at the weekend.

Services take place in Rugby School Chapel and Bilton Grange Chapel with both sets of choristers singing in each chapel every week. Rugby School Chapel services are sung alongside adult singers, whilst the choristers sing on their own at Bilton Grange.

The Choristers’ timetable is carefully planned and balanced to ensure time for academic study and prep as well as access to the breadth of co-curricular activities.

Evening Collect

Become a chorister

CHorister staff

CHorister Programme