Concert of the St. Catharine’s College Girls’ Choir – Cambridge, UK

The St Catharine's Girls' Choir - the only college-based girls' choir in the UK - was founded in 2008.
The choir sings weekly in the College Chapel, as well as giving regular concerts and its repertoire extends from the early Middle Ages to the 21st century, with several works written specially for it. 
Their conductor is Edward Wickham. 

The Choir came to Hungary to participate in the Szeged – Cambridge Choir Meeting, organised by the Cambridge Szeged Society and the Dugonics András Piarist Secondary School. They gave several concerts in Szeged, and also in Budapest and Kecskemét.

The choir visited the Kodály Institute on 4 April. Dr. Mihály Ittzés gave a presentation on the life and work of Zoltán Kodály, and the choir gave a short concert in the Concert Hall.