Mark Gotham, Director of Music-Making; and Pearl Eagling, Organ Scholar.
About music in the chapel
The Chapel at Churchill College hosts one service per week
on Sunday evenings during term, employing a variety of
liturgies through the term. 'Inter Alios' is the de facto
chapel choir at Churchill. The choir prides itself both
on the quality of its music-making, and on its
welcoming and friendly atmosphere. Mark Gotham directs,
assisted by the organ scholar, Pearl Eagling. Both are
happy to speak to prospective members at any time.
The choir meets to sing those weekly services, as well as
for concerts and other occasional events. Choir members
have welcomed the opportunity to produce music of
extraordinary beauty to a high standard without it
dominating their time. The low commitment has enabled the
participation of students, fellows, and staff from
Churchill and other colleges who have rigid schedules in
the working week. The chapel choir also maintains a rich
social calendar including well-attended weekly pub trips,
as well as High Table dinner once per term at the
invitation and expense of the Chapel Trustees.
About choral scholarships
For up-to-date information about choral and organ awards, please see here.
Music for this term
Music from previous terms
Click to browse the Churchill psalter.