A choir of men and boys has sung in the fine church of All Saints Northampton since the Middle Ages, and today sings regularly at services as well as performing concerts. Two separate choirs were formed in 1994 consisting of twenty boys and sixteen girls, who are supported by a back row of layclerks and choral scholars, many of whom are former choristers. Under the directorship of Edward Whiting, the choir maintains a busy schedule of rehearsals, services and concerts, exploring a wide repertoire of music from the sixteenth century to the present day. The choirs have produced four recordings on the Lammas label and has just released its first disc with Regent Records.
The choir undertake regular tours, most recently to New York, Rhode Island, the French Riviera and Switzerland. The choir also sings regularly around the UK; in 2005 they sang services in St Paul's Cathedral, New College and Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford.