The Cathedral Singers was established in 1989 at the suggestion of the then Dean, Bishop Ken Short, to be a mixed choir to sing the choral services at St Andrew's Cathedral, Sydney when the Cathedral Choir was on holidays or unavailable. The choir now sees its primary function as visiting and bringing Cathedral style music and liturgy to parish churches of all denominations throughout Sydney and beyond.
TCS is an auditioned choir and seeks to maintain a high standard at all times. Their repertoire is extensive they rehearse weekly before singing in parish churches several times a month. Each service consists of different music.
In 2008 and 2011 they were privileged to tour England, singing in Westminster Abbey, Salisbury, Peterborough, Ripon, Wells, Norwich and St Pauls' Cathedrals, York Minster and St John's College Chapel in Cambridge to mention just a few.
The Cathedral Singers also records and has produced four CDs to date which are available to purchase.