Passionate about great choral music!

We love to sing

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We love singing, and take part in a broad range of concerts performing at a very high musical standard. Most of our concerts are in Symphony Hall or Town Hall, Birmingham. So far this season, we have given successful and audience-acclaimed performances of Handel’s Messiah, our sparkling family concert Christmas Treats, Karl Jenkins’ The Armed Man and Mozart’s Requiem, and, most recently, Mahler’s Third Symphony.

Our next concert is our English Reflections programme. Visit our concerts page for more details…

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Our smaller group, Voices from the City of Birmingham Choir, has performed at the NEC Festive Gift Fair and at weddings and major corporate Christmas events, and are available for hire – please enquire!

Latest news…

Breadth and depth of choral sound

3rd March 2014, by Mark Lawrence

131116_5291webOur rehearsals at present take us into a broad and deep sound world of harmonic richness and polyphonic mastery, often singing in 8-part (double choir) formation. From the “Technicolor” sound world of Holst’s Hymn of Jesus to the Tudor masterpiece that is Orlando Gibbons’ O Clap Your Hands Together, via Vaughan Williams’ moving Dona Nobis Pacem and Mendelssohn’s Mass for Double Choir, we have plenty to get our voices into.

Meanwhile, we are planning an enterprising and innovative season for 2014-15. As we say, we are “Passionate about great choral music!

2013-14 season’s concerts…

Sat. 2nd November 2013 at 7.30 pm, Symphony Hall
Karl Jenkins conducts The Armed Man

Concerts with Adrian Lucas
Sat. 16th November 2013 at 7.30 pm, Symphony Hall
Mozart’s Requiem
Tues. 10th December 2013 at 7.00 pm, Town Hall
Handel’s Messiah
Fri. 6th December 2013 at 7.00 pm, Symphony Hall
Handel’s Messiah

Sun. 15th December 2013 at 2.30 pm, Town Hall
Christmas Treats



Sun. 23rd February 2014 at 3.00 pm, Town Hall
Mahler’s Third Symphony

Sat. 17th May 2014 at 7.30 pm, Symphony Hall
English Reflections

 Vaughan Williams

Vaughan Williams

to include
Vaughan Williams’ Dona nobis pacem

stunningly accomplished performance by Adrian Lucas and the City of Birmingham Choir — Birmingham Post, May 2010

A friendly choir that loves singing.

A friendly choir that loves singing.

Directed by our inspirational conductor, Adrian Lucas, our concerts draw consistent praise from both critics and audience. Listen to us audio-icon. Read a review.

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Want a choir for your wedding, party or other event?

We can provide a choir for weddings, parties or other events. Voices from the City of Birmingham Choir have been enthusiastically received at a wide range of events. A choir of between 10 and 30 singers can perform serious or more light-hearted songs to suit your occasion. Read MORE.

We like singing!

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A choir of over 150 singers, we are always looking for new members to join us. We’re a friendly choir with a manageable commitment for busy people, rehearsing on Tuesdays in central Birmingham from 6.30 to 8.30pm.
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In Symphony Hall...

In Symphony Hall…

Rehearsing Mozart Requiem

Rehearsing Mozart Requiem