The Taylor Festival Choir (TFC) is a professional chamber choir based in Charleston, SC. Founded and conducted by Robert Taylor, the choir is inspired by the life and career of Bob Taylor, the conductor’s late father and a noted choral musician and pedagogue. Since its inception in 2001, the Taylor Festival Choir has toured and been heard in prestigious venues and festivals throughout the U.S., and has garnered a reputation of excellence among critics and choral specialists alike. TFC was featured at the prestigious American Choral Directors Association National Convention and 50th anniversary celebration in 2009.

They currently record with Delos Recordings and their most recent release, featuring James MacMillan’s Mass and the world premier recording of Celtic Mass by Michael McGlynn has met with rave reviews: Musicweb International Classical Review (London) calling the TFC’s performance “choral singing at the every finest level…a very impressive performance indeed, "  Sing We Now of Christmas, recorded with legendary guest artists including Liz Carroll, John Doyle and Kim Robertson, has been called “a choral feast that will linger long in your memory after you’ve heard it” (Audio Society of Atlanta). TFC is part of the Taylor Music Group, and serves as the professional choir-in-residence at the College of Charleston and at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. It presents a full concert season in the Charleston area, and serves as the flagship ensemble for the Piccolo Spoleto Celtic Arts Series.

Personnel in the ensemble represent conductors, educators, performers and professionals from states throughout the U.S. The Taylor Festival Choir performs the finest choral literature from all eras, with particular emphasis on new music and folk music from the Celtic nations. Dedicated to bringing the beauty and spiritual enrichment of choral music to as wide an audience as possible, the Taylor Festival Choir tours frequently, and performs outreach concerts in schools and churches throughout South Carolina and surrounding states. TFC toured Ireland with sister ensemble Na Fidleiri in 2013. A documentary of this tour recently aired on South Carolina Public Television.