Now in its 27th year, NNCC is a friendly four part harmony choir of over 40 singers.


The choir was formed in 1996 on the initiative of David Evans, then Music Director of Worksop College. The choir continues to be supported by Worksop College and is directed by the College's current Director of Music, Timothy Uglow and accompanied by Matthew Wright.

Now a registered charity, 1155106 the choir is also a member of Making Music.


The previous repertoire has included:

  • JS Bach: Wachet Auf, Magnificat
  • Brahms : Requiem
  • Britten : St Nicholas
  • 'Early Music'  eg Tye, Gibbons
  • Fauré : Requiem; Cantique
  • Handel : Messiah
  • Haydn : Creation; Nelson Mass
  • Mozart : Requiem, Coronation Mass
  • Pergolesi: Magnificat
  • Puccini : Messa di Gloria
  • Rossini: Petite messe solennelle
  • Rutter: The Gift of Life
  • Schubert : Mass in G
  • Vaughan Williams : Five Mystical Songs
  • Vivaldi : Gloria


Music Director - Timothy Uglow             

The choir is directed by Timothy Uglow who is also Director of Music at Worksop College, 
with Annie Wikins as accompanist.

TIMOTHY UGLOW began his musical career at Wells Cathedral, first as a Chorister, and then as school organist. After leaving Wells, he spent a year as Organ Scholar at Salisbury Cathedral, and was then appointed Organ Scholar of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, where he also read music and studied the organ with both David Sanger and Nicolas Kynaston.

His work with Caius choir included four commercial CD recordings, two BBC Radio 3 live broadcasts of choral evensong, and tours to the US, Greece, Italy and Switzerland. After graduating in 2000, Timothy became Organ Scholar at Canterbury Cathedral, a post combined with teaching duties at The King's School.  He studied for the Post-Graduate Certificate in Education at Canterbury Christ Church University College.

Timothy is currently the Director of Music at Worksop College where he directs the Chapel Choir and North Nottinghamshire Chamber Choir. Prior to this he held the post of Organist and Head of Academic Music at Cranleigh School, Surrey.

Having gained awards at the Oundle International Summer Schools,Timothy has given many solo recitals around the country. In his capacity as a continuo player (both harpsichord and organ) he has appeared with The Sinfonietta, New London Sinfonia and the Britten Sinfonia as well as being the director and founder of the period instrument ensemble Nuove Musiche. In addition to his association with Canford Summer School (which began in 1998), he is a regular tutor of the Jennifer Bate Organ Academy, specialising in North German Baroque Repertoire and Basso Continuo playing.  


Accompanist - Annie Wilkins  

Annie began learning the organ through an organ scholarship at her parish church, where she had been a chorister as a child. She was a St Leonard Organ Scholar during her time at the University of St Andrews, where she received a BSc in Psychology. She was also awarded the Charles Bryars Organ Scholarship from the University of Sheffield, where she recently completed an MA in Psychology of Music. At university, her research topics included pianists’ motor memory consolidation and organists’ perceptions of their performance experiences whilst playing for church services. She was awarded a 1st class and a distinction for both projects. Annie is currently the Graduate Music Assistant at Worksop College, and is organist at St James’ Church, Barlborough, Derbyshire. She also plays the trumpet.