There has been an established choir at All Saints’ since its consecration. The choir sings at all main services, weddings and funerals.
The choir is affiliated to the Royal School of Church Music (RSCM) and the junior choristers are trained to their award scheme.
The music sung ranges from Tallis to Chilcott and the choir sings a broad range of Settings and Anthems throughout the church year.
The organ is by Henry Willis dating from 1874. A specification of the organ can be found in the Organ section of our website and at the National Pipe Organ Register.
Organists and Directors of Music
Sidney M. Lake 1864–1872
W.B. Souter 1872–1874
Frank H. Simms 1874–1889 (afterwards organist of St. Paul’s Church, New Orleans, United States of America)
Warden Harvey (FRCO) 1889–1894
Rev. J. Godfrey Luard M.A. 1894–1896 said to have been organist at St Andrews, president of the Jeu de Paume de Parc Beaumont in Pau, France (1910–1919)
Edmund Goldsmith 1896–1898
Richard Yates Mander Mus. Doc. FRCO 1898–1913 (previously organist of St. Philip’s Cathedral, Birmingham)
Ernest G. Welsh (ARCO) 1913–1929 (previously organist at All Saints’ Church Hessle)
D J Bevan (ARCO) 1929–1932
Osborne Edward Weare (FRCO) 1932–1934
Earnest G. Welsh (ARCO) 1934–1946
Wilfrid L. Reed 1946–1970
John Lea BA Mus (Hons) LTCL 1970–1976
John Flower 1976 (ARCO) subsequently Assistant from 1977 to 1995
Derek Beck LRAM 1977–1984 
W W L Baker (FRCO (CHM)) LRAM 1984–1988
R Weir BA LTCL 1988–1991
John Lea (Director of Music) 1992–1996
Andrew Cooper (Organist) 1995 onward
Robert Weir (Director of Music) 1996–1998
John Lea (Director of Music) 1998–2003
Godfrey Davis MA ARCO (Director of Music) 2003–2010
John Lea (Director of Music) 2010–2011
Graeme Martin (Director of Music) 2011–2012
John Lea (Director of Music) 2012 subsequently Director of Music Emeritus 2013–present
Simon Jarvis (Director of Music) 2013-2016
Andrew Cooper Organist and Director of Music 2016–present