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Founded by Barry Smith in 1964, the St. George's Singers is one of South Africa's leading chamber choirs with a repertoire extending from early music to popular modern arrangements. They have made a signal contribution to the musical life of Cape Town particularly in performances of the major choral works, oratorios and masses. They have toured not only in South Africa but also in England, Austria, and Israel and have appeared in numerous radio and TV programmes. In 1995 they also took part in the first Human Rights Day service in the St George's Cathedral attended by Queen Elizabeth II and Nelson Mandela. In 1996 they performed at the Three Choirs Festival in Worcester, England and again took part in the festival in 2007 and performed several times with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra in the celebrations marking the 150th anniversary of the birth of Edward Elgar.