Sine Nomine Choir
Canterbury Cathedral 2018
About the choir
Sine Nomine Choir Rugby was founded in 2001 by its present conductor, Andrew Cope, to sing sacred repertoire to a high standard in our Cathedrals and churches, and to support many local charities through giving concerts with a variety of sacred and secular music. Occasionally, the choir can number up to thirty singers, drawing on the vast musical talents of North Warwickshire and beyond.
Sine Nomine seek to produce a pure "Non Vibrato" sound throughout their repertoire - from Cathedral to Concert platform - and are always looking for like-minded singers with excellent sight-reading ability. For further enquiries about becoming a member of the choir, please contact us by e-mail:
Since their debut concert in 2002, Sine Nomine have sung in many of the Cathedrals and Abbeys in the Country including Westminster Abbey, Westminster Cathedral, Canterbury, York, Salisbury, St. Paul's, Derby, Ely, Exeter, Truro, Worcester and Durham.
In 2018, Sine Nomine sang the services in St. George's Chapel Windsor, Westminster Abbey, Chester, Birmingham, Worcester Cathedral and a week's residency in Canterbury Cathedral.
Sine Nomine also perform in lunchtime concerts and charitable concerts, including an annual Reflections of Lenten Readings and Music in their local Catholic Church of St. Marie's in Rugby.