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Tel: 0114 236 9548 or email

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2016

Summer Concert
Saturday 2 July

St Andrew's, Psalter Lane

7:30pm

Including Purcell's Dido and Aeneas and O Sing Unto the Lord, plus a selection of other songs by Purcell and several madrigals, incuding Henry VIII's 'Pastime with good company'.

Concert flier

Spring concert
Saturday 12 March

Holy Trinity Church, Millhouses

7:30pm

Rossini's Petite Messe Solennelle

With George Parsons (piano), Richard Longman (harmonium), Lindsey James (soprano), Keren Hadas (alto), Chris Hughes (tenor), Andrew Randall (baritone).

Concert flier

2015

Celebrating Christmas in Words and Music
Tuesday 8 December

All Saints Church, Ecclesall

7:30pm

Our traditional mixture of music, readings and festive refreshments, presented in association with ASSIST Sheffield and South Yorkshire Refugee Law and Justice to help raise funds for refugees and asyslum seekers.

Concert flier

Celebrating Christmas in Words and Music
Tuesday 8 December

Holy Trinity Church, Wentworth

7:30pm

Our traditional mixture of music, readings and festive refreshments

Summer Concert
Saturday 4 July 2015

St Andrew's, Psalter Lane

7:30pm

A concert with an American theme to celebrate the foundation of the United States of America, including choral music by George Gershwin, Leonard Bernstein and Eric Whitacre, plus baritone solos by Charles Ives and Ned Rorem.

with Jak Laight (baritone), George Parsons (piano)and Emily Chaplais (violin)

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Spring Concert
Saturday 14 March 2015

Holy Trinity Church, Millhouses

7:30pm

A programme of music focusing on Haydn's Nelson Mass, interleaved with his Insanae et vanae curae and Abendlied zu Gott, plus Mozart's Exsultate jubilate, two of his Epistle sonatas and his Adagio for Glass Harmonica.

With soloists Cally Youdell (soprano), Keren Hadas (Mezzo), Chris Hughes (tenor) and Jak Laight (baritone), plus George Parsons (organ) and the Escafeld Players (leader Amanda Rowden-Martin.

Concert flyer.

2014

Christmas Concert
Tuesday 16 December 2014

All Saints Church, Ecclesall

7:30pm

Our traditional mixture of music, readings and festive refreshments, including Vaughan Wiliams's Fantasia on Christmas Carols. This concert is presented in association with the Sheffield Royal Society for the Blind.

with Jak Laight (baritone) and George Parsons (organ)

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Christmas Concert
Saturday 6 December 2014

Holy Trinity Church, Wentworth

7:30pm

Our traditional mixture of music, readings and festive refreshments, including Vaughan Williams's Fantasia on Christmas Carols

with Jak Laight (baritone) and George Parsons (organ)

Autumn Concert: Before the Lights Went Out
Saturday 18th October 2014

Central United Reform Church

7:30pm

A concert of music mainly composed in the period immediately preceding the first world war, with pieces by Parry and Elgar, including his 'From the Bavarian Highlands'. The concert also includes Rutter's settings of traditional British folk songs, 'The Sprig of Thyme', and a number of solo items. This concert is presented in association with the Friends of the Rowan School, Sheffield.

with Laura Lister (soprano), Jak Laight (baritone) and George Parsons (organ)

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Summer concert: A Feast of British Music
28th June 2014

St John's Church, Ranmoor

7:30pm

A celebration of the music of some of Britain's best-loved composers, from Elgar (‘From the Bavarian Highlands’) and Parry (‘Blest Pair of Sirens’; and ‘I Was Glad’) to various folk song arrangements, including John Rutter's ‘The Sprig of thyme’.

with Laura Lister (soprano) and George Parsons (organ)

Spring Concert: Faure's Requiem
05 Apr 14

St Mark's Church, Broomhill, Sheffield, 19:30

A concert of French music, also including Missa Salve Regina by Jean Langlais, Crux Fidelis by Jean Roger-Ducasse and César Franck's Panis Angelicus.

With Laura Lister (soprano) and instrumentalists

2013

Christmas concert
10 Dec 13

All Saints Church, Ecclesall, 19:30

Our usual mixture of music and readings - some familiar, some less well known - rounded off by seasonal refreshments.

This concert is being presented n association with Lost Chord, an innovative charity dedicated to improving the quality of life and wellbeing of those suffering with dementia by using interactive musical stimuli to increase their general awareness and self-esteem. See: http://www.lost-chord.org.uk/
Download the flier from the Gallery section of this website.

Christmas concert
07 Dec 13

Holy Trinity Church, Wentworth, 19:30

The first of our popular Christmas concerts featuring seasonal music and readings, rounded off with mulled wine and mince pies.

Summer concert: On This Island
06 Jul 13

St Andrew's Psalter Lane, 19:30

A wide-ranging selection of music associated with the British Isles, including Vaughan Williams' 'In Windsor Forest' and excerpts from Handel's 'Acis and Galatea' , with our Associate Soloist Debra Finch, together with up and coming baritone Matthew Palmer and soprano Miriam McCombe. Other composers featured include Benjamin Britten, Ivor Gurney and Peter Warlock. The concert also includes two first performances of pieces by local composers: Kieren Hancock's setting of Christina Rosetti's 'A birthday' and Mark McCombs's setting of Thomas Hardy's 'The darkling thrush'.
Tickets: £12 (concessions £9)
Download the concert flier from the 'Members' information' page. More information about Mark at http://markmccombs.wordpress.com/

Spring concert
16 Mar 13

St Oswald's Church, Bannerdale Road, Millhouses, 19:30

Programme including Howard Goodall's Requiem - Eternal Light and Charpentier's Te Deum, plus excerpts from Pergolesi's Stabat Mater, with soloists Debra Finch (sop), Kathryn Wells (alto), Andrew Butterfield (tenor) and Matthew Palmer (bass).

2012

Christmas concert
13 Dec 12

All Saints Church, Ecclesall, 19:30

Our usual mixture of familiar and less-well-known music, interspersed with readings and rounded off with seasonal refreshments. Soprano soloists Debra Finch.

This concert is in aid of the Motor Neurone Disease Association, South Yorkshire branch.

Visit the 'Members Information' section of the website to donwload a PDF file of the flier for this concert.

Christmas concert
08 Dec 12

Holy Trinity Church, Wentworth, 19:30

Our usual mixture of familiar and less-well-known music, interspersed with readings and rounded off with seasonal refreshments. Soprano soloist Debra Finch.

Summer Concert: Music from the Americas
30 Jun 12

St Andrew's Psalter Lane, 19:30

Copland, Tippet, Weill and Richard Rodgers are just some of the composers featured in this concert, which not only showcases our present Associate Soloist, Rosie Williamson, but also includes appearances by her predecessor, Matthew Palmer, and next year's Associate, Debra Finch. A highlight of the evening will be the rarely performed Misa Criolla of Ariel Ramirez. It's a 1960s work fuelled by exciting folk rhythms from his native Argentina and was a tribute to human dignity, courage and freedom that originated in a visit to Germany in the aftermath of the Second World War. We also commemorate George Gershwin's death 75 years ago, with two piano preludes performed by our Musical Director, Peter Dutton, while Rosie Williamson marks the occasion with Summertime, perhaps his most famous song, from Porgy and Bess.

Tickets for the concert (full price £9, concessions £7) will be available on the door, but to be sure of a seat, use the contact button or phone Ann on 236 9548.

Spring Concert
24 Mar 12

Holy Trinity Church, Grove Road, Millhouses, 19:30

Vivaldi: Gloria
Haydn: Little Organ Mass
Britten: Te Deum in C
Balfour Gardiner: Evening Hymn

Sopranos: Rosie Williamson, Abigail Kitching
Alto: Kathryn Wells

2011

Christmas Concert
14 Dec 11

Holy Trinity Church, Millhouses, Sheffield, 19:30

Our usual mixture of familiar and less-well-known seasonal music and words (and refreshments). Donation from proceeds to the Lord Mayor's charities. The Lord Mayor (Councillor Dr Sylvia Dunkley) will be in attendance.

Christmas Concert
10 Dec 11

Holy Trinity Church, Wentworth, 19:30

Our usual mixture of familiar and less-well-known seasonal music and words (and refreshments).

Summer concert: Music for Royalty, Revelry and Romance
16 Jul 11

St Andrew's Psalter Lane, 19:30

A mixed programme showcasing our talented Associate Soloist, baritone Matthew Palmer (David Clover competition winner) and with other young musicians from the University of Sheffield.. Works include, Parry's 'I was glad', Handel's 'Let their celestial voices', excerpts from operas (Tosca and La Sonnambula) and musicals (from Oklahoma and My Fair Lady to Sweeney Todd) and a variety of songs with a romantic theme.

Spring Concert
09 Apr 11

St Mark's Church, Broomhill, 19:30

Brahms's Requiem. Conducted by Peter Dutton, with organist Alan Eost, baritone soloist Matthew Palmer and soprano Gina Walters

2010

Christmas concert in aid of Motor Neurone Disease
15 Dec 10

All Saints Church, Ecclesall, 19:30

Our ever-popular mixture of Christmas music and readings, rounded off with traditional seasonal refreshments. The proceeds from this concert will support the work of the South Yorkshire branch of the Motor Neurone Disease Association:

Christmas concert
11 Dec 10

Holy Trinity Church, Wentworth, 19:30

Our ever-popular mixture of Christmas music and readings, rounded off with traditional seasonal refreshment - mulled wine and mince pies

Ecclesall Arts Festival
02 Nov 10

All Saints Church, Ecclesall, 19:30

A mixed programme as part of the Ecclesall Arts Festival

40th Anniversary Concert
03 Jul 10

St Andrews Psalter Lane, 19:30

A special concert to celebrate our 40th anniversary, with a mixed programme including some of our old favourites plus Ron Law's 'Requiem'. With baritone soloist Francis Wells and the baton in the hands of Peter Dutton, we bring together our three main conductors in one piece of music.

Spring Concert with Sheffield Philharmonic Orchestra
20 Mar 10

Victoria Hall, Norfolk Street, Sheffield, 19:30

Conducted by Ewa Strusinska
Programme to include:
Tchaikovsky, Tempest Fantasy Overture
Beethoven, Pastoral Symphony
Vaughan Williams, In Windsor Forest
Vaughan Williams, Cantata - Psalm 100

2009

Christmas Concert
15 Dec 09

Holy Trinity Church, Millhouses, Sheffield, 19:30

A repeat performance of our popular Christmas concert - A Christmas Feast of Words and Music. A variety of choral items, including Schutz German Magnificat, plus a selection of readings. Rounded off with seasonal refreshments.

Christmas concert
12 Dec 09

Holy Trinity Church, Wentworth, 19:30

Our popular Christmas concert - A Christmas Feast of Words and Music. A variety of choral items, including Schutz German Magnificat, plus a selection of readings. Rounded off with seasonal refreshments.

Summer concert: Midsummer Messiah
11 Jul 09

Central United Reformed Church, Norfolk Street, S1, 19:00

250 years after Handel's death, this commemorates the first summer performance of Messiah that took place in Dublin in June 1742. Soloists: Anna Gould, Amanda Cowan, Jeremy Dawson, Peter Taylor. Organist Jonathan P Eyre. PLEASE NOTE THE START TIME IS 7 P.M.

Spring concert
21 Mar 09

Victoria Halls, Norfolk Street, Sheffield, 19:30

Continuing our successful collaboration with Sheffield Philharmonic Orchestra, under their conductor Ewa Strusinska, we will be joining them to sing Poulenc's Stabat Mater. The concert also includes Brahms's Fourth Symphony and Szymanowski, Etude for Orchestra

2008

Christmas Concert in aid of Motor Neurone Disease
15 Dec 08

All Saints Church, Ecclesall, 19:30

This year we are supporting the work of the Motor Neurone Disease Association with our Christmas concert - a mixture of well-known and less familiar carols and and readings, rounded off with seasonal refreshments.
Tickets: £8 (£6 concessions) on the door or in advance (£1 reduction) from choir members or Calow Classics, Abbeydale Road.

Christmas Concert
13 Dec 08

Holy Trinity Church, Wentworth, 19:30

Our popular Christmas concert with seasonal music and readings, rounded off with mulled wine and mince pies.
Tickets: £6 on the door or £5 if bought in advance from Calow Classics, Abbeydale Road or Roy Smalley (tel: 01909 560795)

If music be the food of love.. (Summer Concert)
05 Jul 08

St Andrew's Psalter Lane, 19:30

Our summer concert will feature settings, both old and new, of Shakespearean words, and a variety of music, including madrigals, composed by contemporaries of Shakespeare.

Spring Concert
12 Apr 08

St John's Church, Ranmoor, 19:30

A joint concert with Sheffield Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Ewa Strusinksa, and featuring Mozart's Requiem. Soloists: Christine Dawson, Kathryn McAdam, Andrew Lockwood, Roger Nichols. The concert will also include Bach, 'O Jesu Christ, meins Lebens Licht' and Brahms, 'Geistliches Leid'.

2007

Christmas Concert
13 Dec 07

Holy Trinity Church, Millhouses, 19:30

A second chance to catch our poular Christams concert, featuring seasonal music and readings and rounded off with mulled wine and mince pies.

Tickets on the door or from Calow Classics or choir members.

£1 discount for tickets purchased in advance.

Christmas Concert
08 Dec 07

Holy Trinity Church, Wentworth, 19:30

The first of our popular Christmas concerts featuring seasonal music and readings, rounded off with mulled wine and mince pies. this concert will be repeated at Holy Trinity Church, Millhouses, Sheffield on Thursday 13 December 2007.

Tickets from Calow Classics, choir members or on the door.
£1 discount for tickets purchased in advance.

From Bizet to Broadway
14 Jul 07

Central United Reform Church, 19:30

Theatre music from opera to 20th century musicals. With Nicola Harrison and the Mayfield Wind Sinfonia

Music ranging from the Habanera from Carmen, the Easter Hymn, and Dido's lament, to songs by Gershwin, Cole Porter and others.

Central United Reformed Church,
60 Norfolk St, Sheffield S1 2JB

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