Taizé in Glastonbury 

Taizé singing was introduced to Glastonbury in the summer of 2009 by Natalie Fee who established weekly meetings in the chapel of Saint Mary Magdelene (renamed Saint Margaret's at the reformation) and later handed over the baton to the present choirmaster, Philip David, in December. After singing at the Magdalene chapel every Wednesday for almost a year, some of the singers relocated to the Mitre, on Benedict Street, on October 13th, 2010, to concentrate on working with the four-part harmonies and expanding the repertoire.

On the evening of September 9th, 2011, six of them sang in the Lady Chapel at Glastonbury Abbey at the invitation of the director, Katherine Gorbing, who decorated it beautifully with hundreds of candles. Subsequently, Taizé singers have been gathering to sing at 11.00 am, every Friday morning, at the altar of Saint Jospeh's chapel at the east end of the crypt. Everyone is welcome, either just to listen or to sing along in the Taizé tradition.