The choir's size gives it flexibility to perform music in diverse styles, from intimate Renaissance polyphony and partsongs to large scale works with orchestra.
The choir was formed in 1991 by Malcolm Archer. The choir now enjoys a busy schedule of concerts and events under the direction of David Ogden, who was appointed Director of Music in 2000.
Performance highlights include a performance of Elgar's Dream of Gerontius with City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra in 2007, an appearance on BBC television's Songs of Praise and performing David Ogden's Cabot Circus Cantata, an arts project created as part of the multi-million pound Cabot Circus development in central Bristol.
As a registered charity, City of Bristol Choir provides bursaries for four or five young people annually and, where necessary, subsidises orchestral concerts to help keep ticket prices low.
Saturday 28 February at 7.30pm
St Alban's Church, Westbury Park Bristol
Spring bursts into life in this concert which includes Bruckner's much-loved Mass in E Minor and Mozart's sublime Wind Serenade No.12 as well as motets and anthems by Brahms, Bruckner and Mendelssohn
Reserve tickets from City of Bristol Choir ticket line on 01454 778477 or buy online
New members are welcome by audition to join this lively, friendly and thriving choir. To arrange an audition, contact the Membership Secretary, Rose Lancaster.