Passionate about great choral music
Welcome to our wonderful choral concerts in Birmingham’s magnificent Symphony Hall and in historic Town Hall. We are also looking forward to our centenary in 2021. Our inspirational music director is Adrian Lucas.
stunningly accomplished performance by Adrian Lucas and the City of Birmingham Choir (performance of James MacMillan’s Seven Last Words From the Cross)
Birmingham Town Hall, Sunday 25th November 2018 at 2:30pm
Elgar’s choral masterpiece performed in the Town Hall by the City of Birmingham Choir together with our good friends, Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra. [more]
Symphony Hall, Friday 7th December 2018 at 7:00pm
We are experts at singing this classic and wonderful music, in a tradition dating back decades but up-to-date, accompanied by a chamber-sized, superb CBSO. [more]
Hear us on disc
Our new recording of Mahler’s 2nd Symphony transcribed for organ by David Briggs was described as ‘riveting’ on BBC Radio 3’s Record Review.
Hear us at the FESTIVE GIFT FAIR
15th-18th November, NEC Birmingham Hall 5
We will be singing carols to entertain you while you shop.
Click on the logo to visit the Festive Gift Fair website.
A choir of 140 singers, we are always looking for new members to join us. We’re a friendly choir with high standards of performance, rehearsing on Tuesdays in central Birmingham from 6.30 to 8.30pm. Read MORE.
The City of Birmingham Choir welcomes you to its busy autumn of concerts. Elgar’s The Dream of Gerontius, Spectacular Classics (with lasers and indoor fireworks), Handel’s Messiah, Christmas Classics, there’s plenty of opportunity to hear us in action. Or join the choir and take part yourself, perhaps? A smaller group, Voices from the City of Birmingham Choir, will be singing at the NEC for the Festive Gift Fair.
A very varied and interesting programme of singing. Do join us in the choir seats (audition required) or the audience. We look forward to seeing you.
World Première Performance
We were delighted to perform the world première of our composer-in-residence, John Barber’s, The Rain Queen. Read MORE